PLURI-LA - Plurilingualism-Language Autobiographies Project

An individual relationship with languages (mother tongue/s, dialects, varieties of the same language or foreign languages), whether acquired in an informal setting or through formal or informal instruction, is often problematic for many adults. Therefore, the activity of guided reflection on their own language learning is important. The Language Autobiography is the result of reconstruction (written, oral, in groups or individually) of the most significant aspects of the relationship with these languages for each individual, allowing one to situate one's personal history within collective community histories.

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