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Content and language integrated learning (CLIL) | Lanqua Definition Content and language integrated learning (CLIL) was originally defined as a pedagogical approach with a dual focus, involving the integration of (second/foreign/target) language study with the study of a subject domain instructed in that language. However, there are many other definitions and terms, with over 40 in use in Europe alone (see e.g., all referring to some kind of an approach where both content learning and language learning are being promoted. Nevertheless, because CLIL has become a relatively established term in European primary and secondary education, and also suggested for higher education (HE), the term will be used here as an umbrella term for all those HE approaches in which some form of specific and academic language support is offered to students in order to facilitate their learning of the content through that language. CLIL in the European Higher Education Area Knowledge, understanding and skills (competences) Teaching and learning

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L'EMILE/CLIL en Europe Comment est né le concept d'EMILE en Europe ? Comment nos voisins européens envisagent-ils cet enseignement spécifique et comment le mettent-ils en œuvre dans leurs systèmes éducatifs respectifs ? Cette page vous invite à un Tour de l'EMILE en Europe pour faire le point sur ces différentes questions. L'EMILE en Europe : mise en perspective historique Depuis deux décennies, l'Europe a fait preuve d'un volontarisme exceptionnel en faveur de l'éducation bi-/plurilingue et de l´Enseignement de Matières par l´Intégration d´une Langue Étrangère (désormais EMILE). Toutefois, si ce type d'enseignement est devenu très prisé depuis le début des années 90 dans le cadre de la politique linguistique européenne, il n'est pas si récent qu'on pourrait le supposer et l'on peut même affirmer qu'il remonte à l'Antiquité. Carte interactive de l'EMILE en Europe Une Visite d'étude consacrée à l'EMILE/CLIL a été organisée au Centre international d'études pédagogiques (CIEP) avec l'Agence 2E2F.

How to Learn Excel: The 10 Best Resources on the Internet I, like most people, have some experience with Microsoft Excel -- but not as much as I wish I did. For the most part, I've used it to brainstorm ideas, budget vacations, and make simple traffic and leads calculations. But thanks to my limited Excel skills, I'm subjecting myself to the tedium of updating my spreadsheets manually. I'm well aware that it's causing me to miss out on a whole world of reporting automation that could save me hours and hours of time. But when I asked a handful of my most Excel-savvy colleagues where they picked up their Excel knowledge, they all told me things like, "I mostly learned from colleagues and friends" or "When I have a specific question, I ask someone or search on Google." Fair enough ... but as a beginner, I feel like I'd have a few too many Excel questions to have to rely on colleagues or friends to answer every one. Download our complete guide to using Excel here for more step-by-step Excel tutorials. 1) Microsoft's Excel Training Center Price: Free Top 100 Teacher SitesYou will be astonished at the wealth of FREE stuffyou can get on this site!! Customizable worksheets, songs, puzzles, rubrics, tutorials, crafts andproject ideas, ...and a whole lot more.See for yourself! SITES FOR TEACHERSHundreds of educational websites rated by popularity.The valuable resources seem endless. These includefree educational clip-arts, worksheets, lesson plans,tips & ideas, etc. TOGETHER WE TEACHA great site where you can find teachers collective wisdom on teaching & learning, plus a great number of educational and non-educational, but yet very practical resources. TEACH-NOLOGYSimply Amazing! THE TEACHER'S CORNERFree, excellent teacher resources, lesson plans, printable worksheets, ...and a whole lot more! SONGS FOR TEACHINGAll teachers should be singing with their studentson a regular basis, in order to increase theirstudents' motivation and enhance their learning! TEACH WITH MUSIC...and you really should! JAM STUDIOWow! E.

40 Recommended Extensions for Teachers, Research, and Language Learners – Teacher Reboot Camp “It isn’t that they cannot see the solution. It is that they cannot see the problem.” – GK Chesterton Did you know a web browser has many free incredible extensions (Chrome/Safari)/add-ons (Firefox)/plugins(IE) to support teachers and learners? Teach your students how to enhance their reading, writing, literacy, studying, and research skills with these powerful web browser tools. Extensions also help teachers accomplish many time consuming tasks faster, such as grading, assessment, providing feedback, research, creating lesson plans and more. Extensions/add-ons/plugins appear at the top of a browser usually to the right of the omnibar. Enjoyed these ideas? Extensions for Students Extensity– helps you manage all your extensions so your browser runs faster and isn’t crowded with tons of extensions at once.Pushbullet– I use this extension and free mobile app to send sms messages, images, and websites to all your devices and a group of people. Extensions for Teachers Bookmarks

« Le plurilinguisme à l’école » : quels obstacles, quels bienfaits, quelles ressources ? – CASNAV de l'académie de Grenoble La journée du plurilinguisme organisée par le CASNAV de l’académie de Grenoble le 29 mars 2017, continue de porter ses fruits. Après le compte-rendu de la conférence tenue par Marinette MATTHEY intitulée « le plurilinguisme à l’école, entre science et politique« , nous publions le document « Le plurilinguisme à l’école« , élaboré par Nicolas PICOD, Magalie BRUANT et Lucile CAGNON, également intervenus ce jour-là. Après un état des lieux synthétique du plurilinguisme notamment à l’échelle locale, les auteurs du document s’attachent à comprendre les obstacles que peut rencontrer le plurilinguisme à l’école, malgré ses bienfaits pour tous les acteurs de l’éducation. Télécharger le document « Le plurilinguisme à l’école »

21 Things Recruiters Absolutely Hate About Your Resume I'll never forget one of my first job interviews out of college. I was applying for a marketing position at a technology company. (No, not HubSpot.) Because my college major had nothing to do with marketing or technology, I'd written "Relevant coursework: Statistics" in the education section of my resume in an effort to draw a connection. When I came in to interview, everything was going great -- until I met with one of the company's VPs. He sat down, turned my resume over on the table in front of him, scribbled down an advanced statistics question, and pushed it across the table to me. Crap. Let's just say it'd been a while since I brushed up on my statistics. Download these marketing resume templates to make your job hunt easier. Every recruiter has their own list of things they don't like to see on resumes, and you never know who's going to see yours. 1) When you send it in a Google Doc, and then don't grant proper permissions. We recommend a PDF format, though. The only exception here? Articles 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.