Project Title: ACT Communicate Transcend

Project Number: 2020-1-HR01-KA227-SCH-094792

Duration of project: May 2021 – May 2023

Project languages: The project’s outputs will be available in English, Italian, Romanian, Turkish, Bulgarian and Croatian.

Project Partners:

Description of project:

The aims of ACT project are to assist the progress of learning English as a foreign language, in particular speaking skills, by developing a unique drama-based speaking assessment rubric, a set of training materials, a drama-based activity book, and, finally, a e-learning platform which will unite all previously mentioned intellectual outputs. Said intellectual outputs will provide a deeper understanding of drama and its benefits in the classroom.

The project has brought together 8 partners from 6 different countries and employed 12 ESL teachers. This multicultural and diverse cross-sectoral cooperation includes a theatre company, a directorate, a university, two NGOs, an adult education center, and a foreign language school.

Project target groups involve primary and secondary English language teachers from 6 countries, namely Croatia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Italy, and the UK. Their involvement in the project is crucial as they will be implementing the developed activities and be actively involved throughout the project. Having been involved in the project, the teachers will gain an in-depth knowledge of drama-based speaking activities, improve their pedagogical skills, develop their language and cultural understanding as well as make their teaching more fun.

The latest surveys on accomplishments of English language learners as well as a comparative analysis of languages in education and training across the EU have revealed that “most Member States face challenges in ensuring appropriate learning outcomes in the field of languages” as stated in the aforementioned document. This clearly indicates the necessity to bring a change into the curricula and provide an innovative tool that will be directed at improving English language speaking skills. We believe that bringing drama-based activities into the classrooms across Europe will increase the level of students’ motivation, interest, engagement, and most importantly, facilitate their learning process as well as improve their speaking skills.

The intellectual outpus will be made available for use both for teachers and their students even after the project is finalized, to develop new and innovative teaching methods and implement these directly into practice as well as professional development through project work.

For more information on implementation of drama based activities in English language education visit the ACT project website.

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ACT – Act Communicate Transcend Project funded by Erasmus+ approved by AMPEU Agencija za mobilnost i programe Europske unije will last from May 2021 until June 2023.

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Project Number: 2020-1-UK01-KA226-VET-094508

Project Title: Learning Foreign Languages Online

Duration of project: June 2021 – May 2023

Project languages: The project’s outputs will be available in English, Spanish, Greek and Polish.

Project Partners:


Description of project: According to the University of Oxford, thousands of people have decided to learn or continue learning one of the most marketable skills for employment: foreign language. The LFLO project intends to help increase their employability with foreign language skills. The aim of the Learning Foreign Languages Online project is to make it easier for adult and self-directed language learners to learn a foreign language online.

Project partners have developed 2 innovative products/intellectual outputs which aim to encourage self-directed learners to understand how foreign languages are learned and how to effectively engage available online materials to support their learning journey. The products have been assesed by a team of language experts and have been compiled into a project website.


Compilation of Open Educational Resources (OERs)

The first product/intellectual output is a compilation of Open Educational Resources (OERs). In the context of this project, OERs are freely accessible, openly licensed online resources for language learners (e.g., grammar websites, podcasts, etc.).  The resource organizes each language’s materials by CEFR level (language level) and area of language study (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, reading, writing, listening, and speaking).

While using the resources users can learn 7 languages: English, Spanish, Italian, French, Polish, German, and Croatian.


E-course on How to Learn Foreign Languages Online

The second product/intellectual output is an e-course designed to provide guidance as to how to use our compilation of OERs effectively. E-course provide 40 hours’ worth of lessons and is comprised of 2 modules:

  • Best practices for self-directed learning- designed to help learners understand how to manage their own learning
  • Best practices for foreign language learning – designed to help learners understand the different components of language learning.

With this e-course, learners will develop highly useful skills to be more self-sufficient at learning languages with available resources online.


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You can download the PDF project leaflet in English and in Croatian

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