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CLIL - ICT- HE Designing CLIL Materials: Using OER and ICT

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  • 1. CLIL - ICT- HE Designing CLIL Materials: Using OER and ICT @isabel pérez torres
  • 2. • CLIL Methodology • CLIL Resources • IT and Web 2.0 Tools
  • 3. CLIL is NOT working the same content but translated into English
  • 4. Teaching CLIL means changes in.. • The working and planning methodology • The classroom methodology
  • 5. Some core features of CLIL Methodology • Facilitate learning Use lot of “scaffolding” • Visual and graphic support (pictures, charts, diagrams, tables, etc.) • Key words • Repetition, paraphrasing, • Code switching • Language frames • Templates
  • 6. Some core features of CLIL Methodology • Variety of materials – Use of glossaries, dicctionaries, data bases, etc. – Use of academic and authentic materials – Different formats (video, audio, texts, etc.)
  • 7. • Active and interactive learning – Training students in learning strategies – Use of "rubrics" Some core features of CLIL Methodology
  • 8. • Cooperative learning – Group work (WebQuests, webtasks, PBL, etc) – Peer evaluation Some core features of CLIL Methodology
  • 9. Key points when designing & planning
  • 10. Language identification
  • 11. Scaffolding • Reception scaffolding (glossaries, tables, diagrams, etc.) • Transforming scaffolding • Production scaffolding (Templates, language frames, etc)
  • 12. Resources / type • Content specific resources: academic / authentic
  • 13. Resources / type • Language resources – Dictionaries, Glosaries – Vocabulary in context (collocations) – Pronunciation – #Functions – #Discourse models
  • 14. Resources / format • Continuous and discontinuous texts • Audios: podcasts • Videos • Images • Animations • Graphics, mind maps, timelines,
  • 15. Tools to design materials • Planning – Template
  • 16. Tools to design materials • Using IT tools – Podcasts / audacity – Subtitling videos – Graphics, mind maps, timelines, others – Presentations
  • 17. Tools to design materials • Sharing and working in collaboration – Institutional Platforms – Edu.com – Wikispaces – Google drive – Bookmarks
  • 18. Physical Education