The European Language Portfolio is a tool which can be used to record all significant language learning experiences. In the portfolio you can record what you are able to do in a foreign language and how good your language knowledge is. This is defined in terms of the reference levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). The language portfolio also helps you plan activities to improve your language skills.
You can assess your language proficiency level by filling in the language progress and the checklists in the language biography.
A language portfolio always consists of three parts:
- a language passport
- a language biography
- a dossier.
The Dutch digital language portfolio has also had the section 'language progress' added to it. There you can show your language level and your plans to improve your proficiency.