- Learners are motivated to take a more active role in their learning, by participating in the setting of realistic goals, developing learning plans and monitoring their own progress. Having more “ownership” of the learning process helps them to achieve better results.
- Learners are provided with more visible evidence of their progress and a more concrete connection between their language-learning activities, the skills they are acquiring, and Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) levels and competencies.
- Working within the PBLA model helps learners develop important skills and concepts that can transfer to other life, work and school contexts.
Learner Feedback on PBLA [Links to quotes and/or audio] – To follow