CLIL AND ETWINNING     FreeMind Mapping Stories
CLIL (Content Language Integrated Learning)                A controversial definition.“CLIL refers to situations where subj...
Very significant level of positive scores on the CLILstudents’ tests and performances (Ball & Lindsay,2010; Lorenzo et. al,...
CLIL is nowadays considered a revolutionary learner-centered approach that enhances the student’smotivation (Marsh, 2002; ...
Computer Assited Language Learning (CALL) seemsto share pedagogical roots and implications with CLIL(Fernández Fontecha, 2...
Using the network as a tool that connects studentsfrom different countries cutting geographicaldistances.
ETwinning is the Community for schools in Europe.Teachers from all participating European countries canregister and use th...
Why choosing FreeMind Mapping?
One of the proposed Marsh, Maljers & Hartialasdimensions for the implementation of CLIL (as citedin Ruiz de Zarobe, 2010) ...
MOTIVATION                    CLILETWINNING            CALL
POSSIBLE RESEARCH QUESTIONSMOTIVATIONDoes the collaborative story project increases motivation in theCLIL classroom? (Ques...
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION
REFERENCESBall, P. and Lindsay, D. (2010). Teacher training for CLIL in the Basque Country: The case of theIkastolas in se...
Coyle, D., “Foreword”. In Ruiz de Zarobe, Y. & Lasagabaster, D. 2010. (eds.) CLIL in Spain.    Implementation, Results and...
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    1. 1. CLIL AND ETWINNING FreeMind Mapping Stories
    2. 2. CLIL (Content Language Integrated Learning) A controversial definition.“CLIL refers to situations where subjects, or parts of subjects, aretaught through a foreign language with dual-focused aims, namelythe learning of content, and the simultaneous learning of a foreignlanguage.” (Marsh, 2002)
    3. 3. Very significant level of positive scores on the CLILstudents’ tests and performances (Ball & Lindsay,2010; Lorenzo et. al, 2009)Moot points such us the influence of time of exposureor the starting level of FL of students enrolling CLILprogrammes (Burton, 2010)
    4. 4. CLIL is nowadays considered a revolutionary learner-centered approach that enhances the student’smotivation (Marsh, 2002; Coyle, 2008; Ting, 2010)But how can the practicioners (teachers) contribute tothe originality of the material design in order toachieve L2 student’s motivation within the CLIL frame?
    5. 5. Computer Assited Language Learning (CALL) seemsto share pedagogical roots and implications with CLIL(Fernández Fontecha, 2007) which indicates thepossibility of applying this two methodologies togetherto stretch their benefits through the use of activitiesthat promote collaborative learning. We are not talkingabout the student using the computer in just onedirectional learning affair, (Dooly, 2008) rather computer student
    6. 6. Using the network as a tool that connects studentsfrom different countries cutting geographicaldistances.
    7. 7. ETwinning is the Community for schools in Europe.Teachers from all participating European countries canregister and use the eTwinning online tools.FreeMind Mapping = A free software that helpsstudents creating collaborative stories, connectingideas and if desired, presenting them in public.
    8. 8. Why choosing FreeMind Mapping?
    9. 9. One of the proposed Marsh, Maljers & Hartialasdimensions for the implementation of CLIL (as citedin Ruiz de Zarobe, 2010) is the “culture dimension”.This concept explores the building of interculturalknowledge and understanding.
    10. 10. MOTIVATION CLILETWINNING CALL
    11. 11. POSSIBLE RESEARCH QUESTIONSMOTIVATIONDoes the collaborative story project increases motivation in theCLIL classroom? (Questionnaires)INTERCULTURAL AWARENESSDo CLIL students’s reflection on cultural aspects benefit fromthis exercise?LANGUAGE COMPETENCES & USEDo students spoken discourse benefit from this activity?(Measure= Fluency)
    12. 12. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION
    13. 13. REFERENCESBall, P. and Lindsay, D. (2010). Teacher training for CLIL in the Basque Country: The case of theIkastolas in search of parametres. In Lasagabaster, D. & Ruiz de Zarobe, Y. (eds.) CLIL in Spain:Implementation, results and teacher training (150-187). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge SchoolarsPublishing.Bruton, A. (2011) “Are the differences between CLIL and non-CLIL groups in Andalusia due to CLIL? Areply to Lorenzo, Casal and Moore (2010)” Applied Linguistics (2011: 32/2 :236-241).Coyle, D., “Foreword”. In Ruiz de Zarobe, Y. & Lasagabaster, D. (eds.) CLIL in Spain. Implementation,Results and Teacher Training. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2010.Coyle, D. (2008). Along the continuum- An exploration of integrating language and content learning inEngland. In Dooly, M. & Eastment, D. (eds.) “How were going about it”: Teachers Voices on Innovativeapproaches to teaching and learning languages (139-151). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge SchoolarsPublishing.
    14. 14. Coyle, D., “Foreword”. In Ruiz de Zarobe, Y. & Lasagabaster, D. 2010. (eds.) CLIL in Spain. Implementation, Results and Teacher Training. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars.Eurydice European Unit. 2006. Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) at School in Europe.Brussels.Fernández Fontecha, A. (2007). The design of ICT materials for L2 teaching :state of the art.Interlingüística, 17 (333-344).Lorenzo, F. , Casal, S. & Moore, P. (2010).“ The Effects of Content and Language Integrated leraning: KeyFindings from the Andalusian Bilingual Sections Evaluation Project”. Applied Linguistics. 31(3), (418-442).Marsh et al, Project D3-CLIL Matrix, 2005. archive.ecml.at/mtp2/CLILmatrix/ Last retreived 12th December.Oxford, R.L and Shearin, J. (1996). Language learning motivation in a new key. In Oxford, R.L (ed.), Languagelearning motivation: Pathways to the new century (120-144) Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press.Ruiz de Zarobe, Y. 2008. “CLIL and Foreign Language Learning: A Longitudinal Study in the Basque Country”.International CLIL Research Journal, 1(1), (60-74).Ting, T. 2010. “CLIL Appeals to How the Brain Likes Its Information: Examples From CLIL(Neuro)Science” International CLIL Research Journal,1(3). Last retrieved 11th Dec.

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