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CLIL step by step
Transcript of CLIL step by step
WHAT IS CLIL?
CLIL Unit step by step:
Analysis of a CLIL Unit
CLIL stands for
Content and Language
Refers to any
educational approach in which an additional language or a
is used as a means for the learning and teaching of both
in a classroom.
The 4C's Framework
The Language Triptych
The CLIL Matrix
The spiral of language progression
Lack of Linguistic Competence in English.
Lack of materials and appropriate classrooms.
Not all workmates and parents see a need to foster CLIL methodology in the schools.
Lack of appropriate teaching materials geared to CLIL and the high cost of introducing CLIL.
Lack of teaching materials geared to CLIL leads to additional work for the teachers involved.
The need for teacher training more focused on CLIL.
Not all pupils feel motivated to learn a foreign language.
To understand and comprehend the basic vocabulary in order to
know how to use the CLIL methodology.
To create an effective didactic unit following
the CLIL methodology.
To analyse and reach conclusions after
doing the CLIL Unit.
It is a natural way of learning a language.
It can provide a real way of approaching a language.
CLIL fosters the language and thinking skills.
In CLIL the content drives the language.
CLIL promotes the acquisition and development of cognitive skills.
It involves social learning.
CLIL is student-centred.
CLIL follows a constructivist approach. It is learning by construction,
as opposed to learning by instruction.
LET'S PUT THE
. A shared
vision for CLIL
Importance to find
. Analysing and
personalising the CLIL context
Joc de la Bola' school
. Planning a Unit
The CLIL Mind Map
. Preparing the Unit
. Monitoring and
Extract information for future planning
The CLIL Matrix
. Next steps: Towards inquiry-based professional learning communities
Sharing knowledge and experiences between teachers.
STAGES FOR A
To understand and comprehend the basic vocabulary in
order to know how to use the CLIL methodology.
- Observing lots of CLIL units.
- Reading to know the CLIL methodology.
To create an effective didactic unit
following the CLIL methodology.
- Using the Tool Kit.
- Creating new materials.
To analyse and reach conclusions after doing the CLIL Unit.
- Redesigning each session, if necessary.
- Observing and comparing three levels.