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  • Investigating into the Lithuanian Secondary School Teachers’ Needs for CLIL Dalia-Ona Pinkevi čienė Loreta Zavadskienė Institute of Foreign Languages Vilnius University Memebers of LATEFL 2 1st May, 2011 , Vilnius Presentation made at the 5 th International Conference “Languages for Work and Life: a Challenge for Teachers and Learners”
  • The Scope and Tool of the Survey
    • Scope – 74 teachers from different regions in Lithuania
    • Tool - the questionnaire (questions grouped into the blocks of information):
    • The professional background of respondents
    • Their general understanding of CLIL
    • Their ability to apply CLIL to practice
    • The particular aspects of CLIL they think they need
    • The age groups to be targeted
    • The topics to be covered
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Regions of Lithuania
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Regions of Lithuania and Subjects Taught
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Type of School
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Length of Teaching
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Subject Taught
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Pedagogical Category
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Level of English
  • Teacher Distribution According to the General Knowledge about CLIL
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Sources of Information about CLIL
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Ability to Plan a CLIL Lesson
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Intention to Participate in the “Green English in CLIL” Course
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Most Important Aspects of the “Green English in CLIL” Course
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Opinion in which Classes the Course “Green English in CLIL” should be Taught
  • Teacher Distribution According to the Opinion on the Length of the “Green English in CLIL” Course
  • Teacher Distribution A ccording to the Form of Teaching the Course
  • Topics to be Covered
    • Pollution of the Baltic Sea
    • Stabilization of sand dunes
    • Rising sea levels
    • Seaside littering
    • Recession of beaches
    • Oil platforms in the Baltic Sea
    • Coastal erosion & coastal defences
    • Saving flora & fauna of the Baltic Sea
    • Pollution of rivers
    • Surface water quality
    • Sunken ships at the coast of Denmark
    Water: Water Lithuania Things Latvia Energy Estonia
  • Implications
    • More teachers of English than subject teachers participated in the survey.
    • The majority of respondents has basic understanding of CLIL matters and is aware of the promising future prospects of this modern approach.
    • The teachers of English possess more information on teaching CLIL than subject teachers.
    • The respondents in both groups emphasize the need for CLIL methodology, lesson planning and material development.
    • The course of CLIL is in great demand.