This guide contains a set of proposed activities to promote language learning with non-formal tools that place nature and ecology at the center. The guide is aimed at anyone who works in the accompaniment of migrants, either professionally or on a voluntary basis.
We have elaborated both theoretical resources, as a result of the research carried out by different participating organizations, and practical ones. Since the final objective is to become a practical tool that the reader can implement using the proposals in the easiest and most comfortable way possible.
In the first part, we emphasize the importance of language learning for people living through a migration process. Then, we explain what multisensory and non-formal learning is, focusing on nature’s beneficial effects on stress and how it can contribute to enhancing learning. Finally, we show examples of non-formal learning in the Green Interculturality project context. Lastly, in the second part, we offer suggestions for activities to do with non-native speakers.