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Clil presentazione new

  1. 1. CLIL Definition-D.Marsh “Situations where subjects, or parts of subjects, are taught through a foreign language with dual-focussed aims, namely the learning of content, and the simultaneous learning of a foreign language”, 1994. “Any activity in which a foreign language is used as a tool in the learning of a non-language subjects in which both language and the subject have a joint role”, 2002. CLIL Definition-D.Coyle “CLIL is dynamic, a flexible concept where topics and subjectsforeign language and non-language subject/s – are integrated in some kind of mutually beneficial way so as to provide valueadded to educational outcomes for the widest possible range of learners”
  2. 2. My definition CLIL is an intellectual-lexical processing which use motivation, effective tasks, flexibility, innovation and cooperation to real acquire the culture. It means "learning and acquisition of contents" through other languages, integrated with hi-tech languages! It’s task-based and learning-by-doing-based, it stimulates in the meantime the whole brain and mental connections, it activates complete and long-term comprehension by listening/speaking/reading/writing/doing and it is the best way to involve students in active learning, to learn to/for learn, without boring!
  3. 3. What weighs more? content language
  4. 4. Content: 4 C’s “acquisition” of knowledge, skills, and understanding Cognition: critical thinking skills to solve problems and to reflect to getting better Culture, community and Communication : “learn to use language and use language to learn”. Team working is very useful citizenship: learning community of a class/school to understand the concept of citizens of the world (international awareness and understanding)
  5. 5. Extensive Reading . Play-mindmap, drawings, interesting stories, illustrations Perform-role play and voice miming Simulate-storytelling and problem solving Appropriate-collaging, mashing Multitask-notetalking, listening, team working Distribute Cognition-learning tools Utilize Collective Intelligence- community of practice Judgement-critical views Navigate across mediums Network-meetings through topics/forum/chat/videolessons Negotiate Long Term learning
  6. 6. Creating Evaluating Analysing Applying Understanding Remembering
  7. 7. CLIL potential Successful Leaners Confident Individuals context Responsible Citizens Effective contributors
  8. 8. CLIL beyond •Revisits effective teaching/learning •Provides new challenges •Raises our expectations •Challenges our learners •Motivates learners •Elevates our subject •Develops different kind of language •Makes us ask What? How? Why? •Allows teachers to ‘own’ the process
  9. 9. CLIL considerations  Learning grows through motivation in natural way  Overall and specific language competence improves together  It’s a good preparation for both study and working life  It allows a diversity of methods and forms of teaching/ learning, suitable for all students  Task is more important than text level  It provides Planning Manage with aim, activities and knowledge (concetps, preocedures, skills and language) task is more important than text!
  10. 10. Learning by CLIL

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