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KA-101. Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
12.10.2014 – 25.10.2014
Juan Carlos García Lorenzo
IES “Nosa Señora dos Ollos Grandes”
Avenida de Ramón Ferreiro, s/n, 27002 Lugo,
SPAINIES “Nosa Señora dos Ollos Grandes”
Sallancher Str. 5, 78549 Spaichingen,
International Projects Centre. IPC
7 Colleton Crescent. EX2 4DG Exeter, Devon, UK
“CLIL is an educational approach in which various language-supportive methodologies are used which lead to a dual-focused form of instruction where attention is given both to the language and the content:
… achieving this twofold aim calls for a special approach to teaching in that the non-language subject is not taught in a foreign language but with and through the foreign language.”
CLASSROOM SESSIONS FEATURE:
. Language development activities.
. Features and rationale of CLIL.
. Teaching, learning and revising vocabulary.
. Learner training techniques.
. Classroom language / teacher talk.
. Use of websites and resources.
. Speaking and communication skills.
. British Education system and comparisons.
. Preparation, design and evaluation of materials.
. Planning time for collaborative micro-teaching.
. Giving constructive feedback.
. Practical ideas for the CLIL classroom.
. Assessment in the CLIL classroom.
. Reflective practice.
. A focus on adapting materials and activities introduced during the course for teachers’ own classroom use.
Planning micro-teaching activity: Freddi, Juan and Alex
CLIL lesson on Genetics
Teacher trainer Catherine Pickles
A day out with Roger
Exeter’s historic quayside
Mol’s Coffee House, Exeter