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CLIL: The Solar System

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Transcript of CLIL: The Solar System

CLIL
The Solar System
By
Marina Boix Padilla
Sara Caballer Rovira
Context
Before anything else
Q & A (Intro)
We are teaching students from
Year 6
(5º of primary school).
We are teaching
Natural and Social Science
(because of its possibilities).
The teacher draws up the
materials
due to the scarcity of them.
Homogeneous class
.
Little
cultural diversity
of students helps CLIL program because they are
English-speaking.
Teacher and students have a
high level of English
.
Check the Answers
Activity 1: The Text
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Activity 2: The Song
We start the class with an
introduction to remember
what we saw in the last class.
We use the
question and answer
technique.
We also write the
main words
on the blackboard.
Some questions
How many planets are in the Solar System?
Can you name them?
Is the planet Neptune bigger than Earth?
What is the name of the second biggest planet in our Solar System?
What are the four inner planets?
Is Venus a outer planet or inner planet?
What is the sun (a galaxy, a planet or a star)?
Which planet is known as the “Red Planet”?
This unknown words will be explained by us. If it's necessary, we can use the L1.
Listening and writing activity
Fun, unusual and motivating
1)Listen to the song and try to write words related to the universe and the sky.
2)By grups, try to fill the gaps.
Moon
Fobos
Deimos
Reading and writing activity
This is it!
Thank you for your attention!
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