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Getting Ready For Clil

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  • 1. Getting ready for CLIL
  • 2. The essence of CLIL
    • Creating connections between learners’ lives and the content being taught in school;
    • Learners will co-construct their understanding and learning.
    • “ Learners learn to use the language and use the language to learn”
    • CLIL recreates the conditions to which young children are exposed when they learn their first language.
  • 3. CLIL environment
    • It makes a child’s language-learning potential work by providing:
    • Rich INPUT
    • Opportunities for rich INTAKE and OUTPUT
    • BUT: not all INPUT becomes INTAKE
    • CONSEQUENCE: limited opprotunities for output and learning will be HINDERED
  • 4. WHAT IS AND ISN’T UNIQUE ABOUT CLIL?
    • Although CLIL is a new approach , it fits into the parametres of national or regional curriculum;
    • It is a new approach that seeks to enrich the learning enviroment;
    • It requieres a co-operation and skills exchange among language and content teachers;
    • It requieres a colective agreement on common teaching strategies and students learning activities;
    • An essencial step in CLIL implementation: Interdiciplinary fusion
  • 5. CORE-FEATURES OF CLIL METHODOLOGY
    • These are essencial elements of good practice in CLIL and in education in general;
    • These strategies support the successful deliver of CLIL lessons.
  • 6.
    • MULTIPLE FOCUS
    • SAFE AND ENRICHING ENVIROMENT
    • AUTHENTICITY
    • ACTIVE LEARNING
    • SCAFFOLDING
    • CO-OPERATION
  • 7. WHAT DRIVES THE CORE-FEATURES?
    • THINKING drives the teaching/learning process;
    • COGNITION drives the good CLIL practice.
    • THINKING = COGNITION
    • It is the mental faculty of knowing which includes:
    • Perceiving
    • Recognizing
    • Judging
    • Reasoning
    • Conceiving
    • imagining
  • 8. CLIL GOALS
    • The holistic development of learners;
    • To guide students towards becoming capable and motivated;
    • To form independent students
    • To put the focus on SUBSTANCE
    • Not only provide with new information but also permit the connection between that new information and the existing knowldge, skills and attitudes.
  • 9. CLIL MODEL
    • MEANING-MAKING is both a personal and social process (COMUNITY)
    • The new knowledge and skills develop through:
    • Personal and cooperative reflection (COGNITION)
    • A communicative process (COMMUNICATION)
  • 10. THE FOUR PRINCIPLES
    • These principles can serve as a reference point for lessons planning
    • They contribute to successful outcomes
    COMMUNITY – CONTENT - COMMUNICATION COGNITION
  • 11. How does clil work for students ?
    • CLIL classes work:
    • To create life experiences;
    • To tap into the innate language learning ability we all have.
    • Communication and learning take place in the CLIL language
  • 12. CLIL lessons around the world
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAJSzSTUNT0&feature=related
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J-s_OCc8zw&feature=related
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYsG52Vw5do&feature=related
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsSGFsgWNVg&feature=related
  • 13. Sources
    • Book: “Uncovering CLIL”,by Peter Mehisto, Maria-Jesus Frigols, and David Marsh. (Chapter 2: Getting ready for CLIL)
    • Youtube lessons

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