List of Subject-Specific Competences
1 . Ability to communicate in one’s first language in different ways (oral, written) and contexts.
2 . Ability to communicate in the target language in different ways (oral written) and contexts (general, business, academic, professional, and multilingual).
3 . Knowledge of grammar and ability to apply grammatical principles in the language/s learned.
4 . Ability to build one’s vocabulary, to use it with precision.
5 . Ability to identify different registers of expression and to use them appropriately in communication.
6 . Ability to write correct and effective as appropriate for different categories of readers
7 . Ability to speak correctly and effectively in the languages known, as appropriate to the audience.
8 . Ability to read and listen, distinguishing and analysing the linguistic and non-linguistic aspects of a text.
9 . Ability to develop and apply effective strategies for learning languages
10 . Ability to utilise computer-assisted language learning methods.
11 . Ability to recognise and use non-verbal means of communication
12 . Knowledge of the social and historical aspects necessary for learning and using the target language/s.
13 . Ability to recognize and solve linguistic problems
14 . Awareness of theoretical approaches in language learning and teaching and ability to apply appropriate methodologies in practice.
15 . Ability to search for, retrieve, analyse and process information in the target language.
16 . Ability to preserve, evaluate, and present national values in the language learned.
17 . Ability to develop language skills continuously over time.
18 . Ability to translate and interpret different types of texts and corpora.
19 . Capacity to think and generate ideas in the language learned.
20 . Ability to use the target language in practical situations.
21 . Ability to use the language learned in one’s professional field.
22 . Ability to use the appropriate methodologies for different types of linguistic research.
23 . Ability to reflect critically on widespread errors and misconceptions regarding language and language behaviour.
24 . Ability to work with mass media sources in learning languages.
25 . Awareness of the history, geography, economics, literature (etc.) relating to the target language.
26 . Ability to use linguistic data in the construction of linguistic argumentation.
27 . Awareness of the differences and similarities between the target and the native language.
28 . Capacity of self-evaluation in language learning.
29 . Ability to develop self-motivation in language learning.