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Content and Language Integrated Learning

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Jesi Swach Perez

on 19 November 2013

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Content and Language Integrated Learning
Why CLIL?
What is CLIL?
Historical Background
CLIL Dimensions
The Four C's
Creative and Critical Thinking
What is CLIL?
An approach.
Learning subjects through a foreign language.
Authentic language.
Real contexts.
Avoids fragmentation.
Historical Background
1990s Globalisation.
Technological developements.
Virtual and physical mobility influenced teaching.
Learner autonomy.
CLIL Dimensions
The Four C's
Content: focus on substance rather than form.
Community: learning - personal and social process.
Cognition: co-operative reflection and analysis.
Communication: communicative process.
Creative and Critical Thinking
Creative thinking involves creation.
Critical thinking involves evaluation.
Self-directed thinking.
Affective filter.
References
Uncovering CLIL- Peeter Mehisto, David Marsh and María Jesús Frigols. Macmillan 2008
CLIL across Educational Levels- Compiled by Emma Dafouz and Michele C Guerrini. Richmond 2009.
Hacia una didáctica del Inglés para niños en escuelas primarias- Compiladora Estela Nélida Braun. EdUNLPam 2010.
Hands-on experience!
Preparation.
Co-operation among teachers.
Simple but content-rich input.
Thanks
for
listening!
Jésica & Víctor
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