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CLIL

Content Language Instruction Learning
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Robert Oliwa

on 25 February 2014

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Transcript of CLIL

C - Content
L - Language
I - Integrated
L - Learning
(
some
) Benefits for learners
Zintegrowane

Naucznie
Językowo
Przedmiotowe
How old is CLIL?
It's as old as education
CLIL today
Topic: Content Language Integrated Learning
"Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), in which pupils learn a subject through the medium of a foreign language……"
"CLIL refers to situations where subjects, or parts of subjects, are taught through a foreign language with dual-focused aims, namely the learning of content, and the simultaneous learning of a foreign language".
"CLIL is about using languages to learn………..It is about installing a 'hunger to learn' in the student. It gives opportunity for him/her to think about content ..."
How CLIL are you?
ancient Rome
multilingual societies
mobility
first adopted 1994
Marshal,Maljers,Hartiala
globalization
economics
social convergence
mobility
transferable skills
motivation
cognitive development
multiple intelligences/different learning styles/neuro linguistic programming
preparation for studying in another country/language
loads of input
multiple skills
Benefits for teachers and school
development
innovation
reflection
better language skills
better methodology
collaboration
Planning
LESSONS
1. content
- what is the topic?
e.g. skeleton
2. communication
- what language will learners communicate?
comparing and contrasting
3. cognition
what thinking skills will my students use?
e.g. classifying, describing
4. culture
is there a cultural focus in the lesson?
e.g. differences among races
What's a CLIL lesson?
It's a subject lesson delivered in
a foreign langauge
It's the content which determines
what leanguage we need to teach.
CLIL lesson is NOT a language lesson
CLIL models
Language teacher teaches content
in a foreign language
Content teacher teaches content
in a foreign language
Future of CLIL ?
a common feature of many
European education systems
content:
What is CLIL?
What people think CLIL is
Sky and Water (Escher)
What is a CLIL lesson?
CLIL models
How old is CLIL?
CLIL today
Benefits
Planning a CLIL lesson
Future of CLIL
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