This paper presents a proposal for a research project, which aims to promote multilingualism in the context of Vocational Education and Training in Greece. The proposed project is expected to promote access to multilingual learning resources and address the specific needs of the target population by developing a multidimensional, multilingual syllabus through detailed needs analysis procedures, which involve questionnaires and interviews with students, LSP teachers, directors, and prospective employers. Moreover, it is expected to foster multilingualism through the promotion of the less widely used European languages and provide a concrete basis for linguistic diversification in LSP course design.
Αρχική » Περιοδικά-Συνέδρια » Chostelidou, D, Griva E., Panitsidou, E. & Dinas, K. 2013. Fostering multilingualism and providing linguistic diversity in Vocational Education: Promoting the less used languages. Στο: 5th World Conference on Educational Sciences – WCES 2013, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 116 (2014) 1348 – 1352