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CLIL: Teaching History to Language Learners


Find Resources at http://Pear.ly/b7VkT

Find Resources at http://Pear.ly/b7VkT

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  • Join me this Friday for a Free Webinar! Virtual Field Trip Resources & Lesson Ideas https://americantesol.adobeconnect.com/terrell
  • http://myhistro.com
  • Explore the Historypin map - the Historypin map has 1000s of images and stories pinned to it and the app allows you to browse this by date and location, using your location to find the nearest content, or exploring remotely.✓ Explore the streets - holding your phone up to the street, the app uses your camera view to display nearby images. By selecting the image, it can be overlaid onto the modern view to create an historical comparison, which you can toggle or fade between.✓ Read stories and recollections - all stories shared can be accessed through the app.
  • http://www.scholastic.com/dearamerica/
  • http://www.scholastic.com/dearamerica/
  • http://www.scholastic.com/dearamerica/memscrapbook.htm#/4
  • http://www.scholastic.com/scholastic_thanksgiving/letters.htm
  • http://myhistro.com
  • Özge will be talking about the what voki is and how to create a voki example
  • http://voki.com/lesson_plans.php


  • 1. Content andLanguageIntegratedLearning:Blend LanguageLearning withHistoryShellyTerrell.com
  • 2. Planning Lessons with the 4Cs•Content- How can we make the materialmore accessible to our language learners?What might they already know about the topic?•Communication- What vocabulary willstudents need to use? What grammarstructures will they use?•Cognition- What thinking tasks will they do?Classifying, identifying, etc.•Culture- What cultural considerations can youmake?
  • 3. Go beyond traditional teaching
  • 4. Lesson Planning
  • 5. Timetoast.com
  • 6. Timeglider.com
  • 7. ImagebygreekadmanDimitrisPapazimouris,Flickr
  • 8. Myhistro.com•Students create a virtualtour withpictures, map, timeline &audio•Free app for i-devices
  • 9. History Pin App/WebtoolItunes.apple.com/us/app/historypin/id455228207?mt=8
  • 10. Learn with Online Scrapbooks
  • 11. Mixbook Online ScrapbookMixbook.com/gallery/education?v=2
  • 12. Scholastic.com/dearamerica
  • 13. Scholastic.com/dearamerica
  • 14. Scholastic.com/dearamerica/memscrapbook.htm#/4
  • 15. Scholastic.com/scholastic_thanksgiving/letters.htm
  • 16. Primaryaccess.org
  • 17. Toondoo.comCreate Comics with Historical Figures
  • 18. CreazaEducation.comCreate Comics/Videos with Historical Figures
  • 19. voki.com/lesson_plans.php
  • 20. GoAnimate.com
  • 21. Puppet Pals
  • 22. Motivate them to learnbeyond the classroom
  • 23. Let’s Play GamesMultiplayer Games by Scottfidd, Flickr
  • 24. Fake Tweets: Classtools.net/twister
  • 25. Classtools.net/fb/home/page
  • 26. Pearltree BookmarksPear.ly/b7VXTPear.ly/b7VkT
  • 27. ShellyTerrell.comBit.ly/ShellTerrellTwitter:@ShellTerrellPearltrees.com/shellyterrellDiigo.com/user/shellyterrellFacebook.com/ShellyTerrellPinterest.com/shellyterrellBit.ly/ELTLINKs