As part of our project, we conducted extensive research:

Comparative analysis of national research results
(University of Coimbra)

Includes a comparative analysis of the legislation and policies, the results of our initial survey of learners and trainers in the member countries of the consortium, as well as conclusions and common approach at European Level.


Development of training guidelines

Outlines the guidelines for the development of the training materials based on the comparative national research analysis report.


Development of training pathways
(English at Work)

Outlines the design of each of the self-help learning modules, including a summary, an overview, suitability, required level of English, content, estimated time for completion, objectives and methodology for each of the developed modules..


Methodological handbook

Includes the concept, design and elaboration of the self-help training methodology.


Piloting and validation results
(University of Coimbra)

Outlines the methodology used and includes a comparative analysis of the results of our final project testing and validation phase.



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Supplemental Self-Help in English as a Foreign Language for Learners with Specific Learning Differences(cc) 2014 – 2017

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Module covers photos by: Reading and listening - Cristina L. F, Memory - Fe Ilya, Writing - Julie Jordan Scott, Intercultural Communication and Motivation - Emma Jane Hogbin Westby, Strategies for Better Learning - Wolfgang Greller, Interpersonal Communication - Bryan Hughes, Public Speaking - Dave Fayram (cc)