Content and Language Integrated Learning. In ELT, forms of CLIL have previously been known as 'Content-based instruction', 'English across the curriculum' and 'Bilingual education'.
Methodology. This section offers practical guidance on how to make CLIL a reality in the classroom including articles, teaching tips, advice on CLIL study skills and handy reference materials.
If you are interested in discussing any of the concepts or themes raised in the articles, you can post a message in the discussion forum. If you are new to CLIL and want to see what it's all about, you can try before you buy with these FREE sample methodology resources Thinking Skills, Planning CLIL Lessons, CLIL Teacher Knowledge Test. And if you need any further help or encouragement, you can also check out our selection of YouTube clips on CLIL? Enjoy!
Untitled. Published education-3-4-6.pdf. The snowman. Flipped Classroom - Unlimited Personalized Lessons from Knewton. NON TROVATA. Students favour online technology in 'flipped' classroom models. Kimberley Santos, 15, uses online technology at home to help with her studies.
Photo: Kate Geraghty School's in but dad ran over the iPad As school kicks off for another year, an increasing number of teachers are ditching traditional teaching models for "flipped" classroom programs, which rely on engagement with online learning content at home. In a "flipped" class structure, students complete the traditional aspects of schoolwork at home through online technologies such as videos, podcasts and interactive forums.
The students then head to school for more discussion-based, university-style lessons. Rachel Lilley, director of teaching and innovation at Regents Park Christian School, frequently uses the flipped learning method for various subjects, including maths, science, history and music. Her students are often asked to watch YouTube videos or Mrs Lilley's own video tutorials, and complete exercises on free education site Khan Academy at home to understand core concepts before class. Article: Planning CLIL lessons. By John Clegg To overcome the language barrier, CLIL teachers need to plan their lessons to include language support as well as content teaching.
John Clegg explores the strategies that can be applied. Teaching in L1 If you teach a subject in the first language (L1) of your learners – or in a language in which they are fluent – there are some things which you normally feel you can count on. I’ll mention two: basic language ability and academic language proficiency. a) Basic language ability.
TECHNOCLILEVO16: Primary school. Hi everyone!
I think that Flipped Classroom is a way to change teaching, but... it's difficult to use in Primary school, isn't it? For better didactic planning I want to share some previous questions that teachers have to suppose. Lessico Inglese. Mind Mapping Software - Create online Mind Maps. Index 2. Schools - Primary History.
Useful links. ENCHANTED LEARNING HOME PAGE. United Kingdom. British Council. English as a Lingua Franca - What is ELF? English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) refers to the use of English as a medium of communication between peoples of different languages.
We include as potential ELF users both those who speak English as an additional language and those who speak English (in any of its social, regional and national varieties) as their main language. So, if you are speaking English with another student who speaks English as an additional language, whether or not English is your main language, you are both using ELF (VOICE/FAQ 2009). ELF has been studied by linguists interested in how its grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation is different from other varieties of English (Seidlhofer 2005).
If you have grown up speaking English, shouldn't ELF be easy? A number of linguists have suggested that this isn't necessarily the case (Graddol 2006, Rajagopalan 2004, Smith 1983). For more about who this tutorial is for and what it aims to do, click here. My new popplet. ClicZone - English. Spanish topics. CLIL Materials. CLIL Magazine. Fall 2016 Spring 2016 Fall 2014.
Great videos sites with CLIL content. Flipped Classroom - Unlimited Personalized Lessons from Knewton. The Next Revolution In School Tech: Bring Your Own Device. English: Mobile phone evolution Русский: Эволюция мобильных телефонов (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The combination of students and mobile phones has long been a source of anxiety for teachers.
Instead of being engrossed in the lesson, the assumption is pupils will be unable to resist the lure of texting, watching videos or playing games. But the next revolution in school tech is turning this attitude on its head, as students are being encouraged not only to bring their mobiles into schoolbut to use them in the lesson, in an approach dubbed bring your own device (BYOD). While BYOD already has some traction in schools in the U.S., as well as in a growing number of workplaces, it has yet to infiltrate many schools in the U.K. But although the number of schools going down this route is still small, experts predict it may soon become the norm, in response to both the ubiquity of personal devices and the cost of updating hardware to keep pace with technological advances.
Five of the best CLIL resources online - CLIL Media. In the posts on this website I usually share my opinion on CLIL as well as share some ideas of others.
This time however, I would like to share CLIL resources that I think are really worth your time and can be used to advance both your knowledge of CLIL as well as help you with ideas for your lessons. 1. Peter Sansom’s Blog. LITTLE RIDING HOOD. What Is Extensive Reading? What is extensive reading?
Extensive reading is reading as much as possible, for your own pleasure, at a difficulty level at which you can read smoothly and quickly without looking up words or translating to English as you go. In other words, instead of spending a half hour decoding a tiny part of one book (also known as intensive reading), you read many simpler books that are at or slightly below the level at which you read fluently. This lets you get used to reading more complex sentences with ease, reinforces the words you already know and helps you learn new words from context. What are the principles of extensive reading? Start with stories that are well below your fluent reading level, and while reading, follow these principles: 1. (loosely translated from Kunihide Sakai’s tadoku.org) Finally, keep track of your progress: I estimate the number of words I’ve read.
Viewer - Learning Designer. 60 minutes) Students are divided in four groups, and each group receives different assignments. In particular each group is asked to read online (look at the link allowed) different material in each different section about how to run a business. Each student reads alone for the time given. Viewer - Learning Designer. Warm up The teacher introduces the topic by asking the children to talk about ghost stories. Then he/she tells the children about the book they intend to read: “The Canterville Ghost” by Oscar Wild. The teacher invites pupils, who know the story, to tell it to their classmates or to say the main characters’ names.
Using drawings or flashcards, the teacher invites the students to watch the pictures and to guess the right name of some characters. Then he/she suggests a guessing game: “Who is the ghost?” ; “Who is Virginia”; .. etc. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name A CLIL/ER lesson plan Topic Learning time 110 minutes. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name Topic Music. Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Teaching-Learning activities Talking together about DNA 285 minutes) In this phase student talk about DNA they have just read a newspaper page on the topic 1953: Scientists describe 'secret of Life' the students begin to realize a brainstorming activity After discussion they have to realize as task a concept map on DNA they have to connect the key concepts together I suggest with Popplet Create a first mind map with the key words relate to the topic Class is divided into three groups students selects themselves the components of their team First and second team’ activity Students works on their tablets organizing a Popplet concept map in group.
The key words came from the initial brainstorming in class Third and fouth team’ activity Students works in their group working in creating DNA Flashcards with quizlet In this way students can learn key words and associate definitions by themselves and organizing step by step their knowledge having fun. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name Topic History Learning time. Viewer - Learning Designer. Viewer - Learning Designer. Name. TED: Ideas worth spreading. Free online courses from the world's best universities. Clilstore - Teaching units for content and language integrated learning. Welcome. Flipped Classroom - Unlimited Personalized Lessons from Knewton. Science and Reading in the English Classroom.
Illustration from Next Door by Robert Campbell. Welcome to Penguin Readers. Pearson English Readers book series improves’ your English literacy with world-renowned stories and world-class teaching support. This series has an incredible range of popular titles, authors and genres graded across seven English levels and correlated to the CEFR and Global Scale of English (GSE).
Works best for English learners who will be reading on their own time: for fun, at home, in the park, on the train, on the beach, with a hot drink, during holidays or for the sheer pleasure of reading. This series is more intensive than general Pearson Readers, with comprehension exercises included throughout the book. Cambridge English Readers. What’s the point of Extensive Reading? To celebrate the launch of Project fourth edition, Domino author, Nina Prentice explores the relevance of extensive reading in the upper primary classroom. School is generally about hierarchies and rules. The teacher is the authority on and dispenser of the syllabus. Reading matters: Extensive reading. Why is extensive reading important? - Fremmedspråksenteret - Høgskolen i Østfold. Extensive reading. The reading skill is most often taught by close study of short passages followed by analysis of language. Extensive reading: An alternative approach Aims of extensive reading The characteristics of an extensive reading approach Motivation The teacher's role Conclusion The value of this intensive reading procedure, with its focus on the teaching of discrete reading skills has been questioned by some, who claim that teaching students reading strategies does not necessarily make them better readers.
It is widely believed that people become good readers through reading, and that learning how to read should mean a focus of attention on the meaning rather than the language of the text. Reading in a Foreign Language: Top Ten Principles for Teaching Extensive Reading. The practice and theory of CLIL. Putting CLIL into Practice - factworld.info. Give CLIL time. Article: Planning CLIL lessons. CLIL: A lesson framework. Home. Holocaust activity for EVO 2016. CLIL science. Technoclilforevo16 / CLIL - PRIMARY SCHOOL. Viewer - Learning Designer. Clil LessonPlan CiviltaEgizia. A LONDON TRIP. Viewer - Learning Designer. BBC Learning English - The English We Speak. Pools - producing open online learning systems. Article: What is CLIL? Learning diary by Marina Adriano on Prezi. CLIL: An interview with Professor David Marsh. Content and Language Integrated Learning. CLIL-CD Home. CLIL Media - Your online source of CLIL materials.
Laura Ciarmatori. GIULIA BINI - Learning Diary for the TECHNOCLIL FOR EVO 2016 MOOC. 2015 » Edizioni Ca' Foscari. Learning Diary. Marina's Learning Diary for CLIL EVO 2016. BICS and CALP explained J. Cummins Bilingual Education Web. Article: Skills for CLIL. Facebook. Techno clil evo16 course. CLILEVO16. MARINA LOCATELLI. Rosalinda's learning diary. Putting CLIL into Practice. Maria's blog. Moodle for Teachers (M4T): Log in to the site. Met - Content-based Instruction. CLIL-CD Home. What is CLIL? Looking at portrait. Wall/c668yrykxeeh. CLIL. Learning diary of CLIL Tecno Evo 2016.