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Downloads

On this site, you’ll find documents related to autonomous / informal language learning (for information & downloads for tandems click here).

SLB-Downloads

Questionnaire for Language Learning Advising (SLB)

Before the first advising session, please fill out and send the questionnaire per email (ilka[dot]doenhoff[at]upb[dot]de) or bring it with you to the session itself. Contents are e.g. information on your class (if taken), languages learnt so far, your goals and focuses as well as a grid for a self-assessment (your current language level).

  • Questionnaire_SLB.pdf (139 KB) (After the download, please open file with Adobe Acrobat for enabling the formular function)
  • Fragebogen_Outgoings (379 KB) (After the download, please open file with Adobe Acrobat for enabling the formular function)
Journal / Logbook (Logbuch)

A journal / logbook is a helpful tool for (autonomous / informal) language learning which supports the organisation, documentation, and reflexion of your work. Please find a suggestion for a structure (including time, content, learning goals and ways, progress, and next steps):

CercleS checklists for self assessment & goal setting (A1-C2)

In these checklists, you’ll find descriptions of what people usually can do at their language level – so-called „can-do statements“. They help you in assessing your own level, in getting assessments from other people, or in getting inspiration for concrete learning goals.

The lists are sorted by skills and include university-specific content and are available in German and English.

Grids to evaluate quality (oral & written, A1-C2)

You can go deeper into the quality of your production by using these grids.

1. Grid for the assessment of ORAL communication
(including criteria such as range [vocabulary], [grammatical] accuracy, fluency, interaction [in dialogues], and coherence [structure])

2. Almost the same grid, but expanded by „phonology“ (including pronunciation)

3. Grid for the assessment of WRITTEN communication
(including criteria such as range [vocabulary], coherence [structure], [grammatical] accuracy and the text types description and argument)

Further information:

The University for the Information Society