The language profile is divided into three sections: 1) Language skills, 2) Language, culture and internationalisation, and 3) Language learning skills. Each section includes example tasks that will help you identify, assess, and describe your skills in different languages. You will also learn to find ways to develop your language skills during and after general upper secondary school.

A language profile is like a workbook that you start at the beginning of general upper secondary school and which you return to at different stages of your studies. With the help of the language profile you can reflect on your language learning history and experiences and learn to know who you are as a language learner now and after general upper secondary school.

From the European Language Portfolio (ELP) to the Language Profile

The aim of the language profile is to continue the language portfolio work that has begun in basic education. Read more about the European Language Portfolio on the EDUFI website: