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CLIL: Children Love Interesting Learning

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Transcript of CLIL: Children Love Interesting Learning

Content
Language
Integrated
Learning Children
Love
Interesting
Learning But first, 2 questions:

What do you understand by CLIL?

What activities do you think your students find interesting? CLIL So, what is interesting to students? Moving about
Singing
Stories
Playing games
Talking
Hands on What's CLIL? “It teaches aspects of subject topics which students learn in their other school classes, such as Science, Maths, Geography and Music, using English as the medium of instruction.” ‘Content-based instruction',
‘English across the curriculum',
‘Bilingual education‘ (Canadian model)
‘Immersion programmes’ (Comprehensible input) “What immersion has taught us is that comprehensible subject matter teaching is language teaching – the subject matter class is a language class if made comprehensible”

Stephen Krashen Comprehensible Input It provides a new learning experience (the curricular subject and the language are taught together).
Integrates subject thinking skills with language learning skills. CLIL Features Let's look at an example Why is CLIL so popular? Natural Language Acquisition (acquiring vs. learning) (meaningful contexts and practical tasks)
Motivation (Learners’ interests)
Incorporating the ‘real world’
Consolidating knowledge Professor Coyle’s 4Cs
The essential elements in a good CLIL lesson:
Content (different subjects)
Communication (increasing STT)
Cognition (Thinking Skills)
Culture (Global world) The 4 Cs of CLIL Look at these materials (1–2) from course books. Which page is from a regular ELT book and which from a CLIL book? How do you know? Think of the 4 Cs. Hands-on CLIL Models How can I incorporate this into my classes? What about ART? Remember the other CLIL? So, ‘Let’s all do … the Maskman Song’ Motivation
Digital Learners Stories and technology... Introduces a wider cultural context.
Prepares for internationalization.
Improves overall and specific language competence.
Develops multilingual interests and attitudes.
Increases learner motivation.
Helps to gain academic language. THE ADVANTAGES OF CLIL It’s a useful tool which motivates and enhances their language learning,
but
Identify activity types your students most enjoy to incorporate into your lessons. “To CLIL or not to CLIL?” CLIL Away! http://www.euroclic.net/
http://www.clilconsortium.jyu.fi/
http://www.isabelperez.com/clil.htm
http://clil.wordpress.com/
http://www.clilcompendium.com/
http://clipsforclil.blogspot.com/
http://www.onestopenglish.com/clil Useful Websites Thanks... Where has CLIL come from?
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