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CLIL: Teaching Science to Language Learners


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  • Throughout my career, I needed help! How many of you need help? How many of you in your first year of teaching know you will want help quickly and from experienced educators in the field? How many of you would like this quickly while you face problems such as classroom management, communicating with parents effectively, or integrating new technology you were never trained in effectively? Throughout your career you will face many problems and like the Beatles say it is great to get a little help from our friends!
  • by @barbarabujtas
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    • 1. Content and LanguageIntegrated Learning:Blend Language Learningwith
    • 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. Create
    • 6. Image by Brevard Public Schools3D Graphic Organizers
    • 7. Butterfly Life Cycle Poster Theyoungones1994, FlickrDiagrams & Labeling
    • 8. •slidebookswith images,videos, text•Embeddable&
    • 9.•Create interactiveimages•Create rich imageswith music, video,sound, text
    • 10. CharacterTexts•Students get in pairs•They chose characterthey want to be•They text to each othera conversation theyimagine the 2 characterswould have now•Take screen shots, poston blog & discussTeach Science through Comics
    • 11.
    • 12. Engagewithrealia&
    • 13. QR Code Periodic Table with Symbols By Periodic Videos,
    • 14.
    • 15. CollaborativeProjects
    • 16. Research Notes by CEThompson, Flickr, CC 2.0
    • 17. Evernote App•Organize pictures, websites,notes, videos, audio notes,etc.•Some text in images becomesearchable•Organize by notebooks, tags,categories•Syncs on all devices
    • 18. to turn EverNote into a website
    • 19. PenUltimate App
    • 20. Skitch App for Annotating Websites
    • 21. Skitch
    • 22.
    • 23. Elementary students using the iPad in school.Flickingerbrad, Flickr, CC 2.0
    • 24. Invite Subject Matter ExpertsMcCouch-field by IRRI Images, Flickr
    • 25. Spider Web Observation
    • 26. Sink or FloatSink or Float by Louisville Images, Flickr
    • 27. Object FloatSink
    • 28. Science through CookingLittle Chef Makes Waffles by cproppe, Flickr
    • 29. visual
    • 30. Science through Magic Tricks by @barbarabujtas
    • 31. Study the StarsConstellation by halseike, Flickr
    • 32. Motivate them to learnbeyond the classroom
    • 33. Science through Videos••Check for transcripts& closed captions•Flip the class- addto a wiki, website orblog
    • 34. Blubbr- Interactive Youtube Quizzes
    • 35. Pearltree
    • 36.