2. My language repertoire

List

  1. All the languages and dialects you use with your family or relatives.
  2. The languages you studied at school. Remember to mention any language clubs, shorter introductory courses and language showers you have attended, including those in pre-school, basic education and general upper secondary school. What was the language of instruction at your school?
  3. The languages you hear and make use of in your hobbies and free time. For example, what languages do your friends have knowledge of?
  4. Other languages in your life and the languages of your community. What languages are spoken in your school? Take into consideration dialects and registers*, as well.
  5. Finally, your aspirations: In which languages would you like enhance your skills in? Which languages would you like to start from scratch? What would you like to be able to do in different languages?

*Final question: what have you learned about dialects and registers in your mother tongue and literature or Finnish or Swedish as a second language lessons?

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