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IE Costa i llobera - PILE overview - March 2014

IE Costa i llobera - PILE overview - March 2014

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  • 1. PILE Content Language Integrated Learning programme at IE COSTA i LLOBERA
  • 2. CICLE INICIAL: Art Workshops + Physical Education PRIMARY English Drama CICLE MITJÀ i SUPERIOR: Drama Workshops 2010-2013__PELE: Improving English Oral Expression through ART & DRAMA 4th ESO: Physics and Chemistry 1st BAT: Physics and Chemistry + Economics 2008-2011__PELE: Learning to learn in English 1st ESO: English & Sustainable Lifestyles + ICT+ Physical Education 2nd ESO: Touch Typing 2012-2014__PILE: Learning to learn in English 2.0 4rth ESO: Physics and Chemistry+ Mathematics Batxillerat (Consolidation stage PELE 2008-20011) : Physics and Chemistry+ Economics 4 SECONDARY and BATXILLERAT 2006- 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 TIMELINE PILE Timeline Now… 1 3 2 4th ESO: Office IT
  • 3. Increase in the number of subjects PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme 2nd ESO: Touch typing English  Drama   workshops   Primary  school:   Art  Workshops  +  Physical   Educa;on  +  Drama   Secondary  and  Batxillerat:   Physics  and  Chemistry  +   Economics   ICT  +  Physical  Educa;on  +   English  &  Sustainable  Lifestyles   +  Touch  typing   Physics  and  Chemistry  +   Mathema;cs  +  Office  IT   Built-­‐in  subjects  from  previous   PELE  (2008-­‐2013)  at  Primary,   Secondary  and  Batxillerat   2012 2014 2008 2013 2006 2007
  • 4. Interdepartamental Collaboration Foreign   Languages   Physics  &   Chemistry   Technology   Physical   Educa;on   Mathema;cs   and   Economics   Coordinate Plan activities Improve language skills PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme
  • 5. 1st ESO (age 12) - English and Sustainable Lifestyles PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Global  Overview   Ac0vi0es   Picture  1:  Knowledge  Forum   Picture  2:  Presenta;ons  with  Prezi   Picture  3:  Videoconference  using  VIA  soYware   The objective is to learn about how we live and then reflect on what we can do to make our lifestyle more sustainable. To do this the students use several ICT tools such as a Knowledge Forum, where they post their findings and questions which help them build their own knowledge. They also use on-line collaborative tools (Prezi) to present their findings and video conference software (VIA) to share the project results with other students.  
  • 6. 1st ESO (age 12) – ICT PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Global  Overview   Ac0vi0es   Picture  1:  Logo  of  the  subject   Picture  2:  Sample  of  a  Unit  in  Moodle   Picture  3:  Grades  chart  in  Moodle   The main contents of the subject are three: - Hardware and software, learning the components of computers - Improving the basic skills to use a personal computer to work: Document classification and backups, large text documents, spreadsheets, image manipulation programs, searching information on the Internet and organizing it, tools to make presentations, etc. - Basic programming with Scratch
  • 7. 1st ESO (age 12) – Physical Education PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Global  Overview   Ac0vi0es   Picture  1:Vocabulary  on   Volleyball   Picture  2:  Students  learn   and  dance  Cha  Cha  Cha   Picture  3:  Games   Students develop the skills and knowledge that will enable them to enjoy being active and healthy throughout their lives, through opportunities to participate regularly and safely in physical activity and to learn how to develop and improve their own personal fitness. The movement competence needed to participate in games, sports and dance, using the English language in all the activities
  • 8. 2nd ESO (age 13) – Typewriting PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Global  Overview   Ac0vi0es  And    Methodology   The objective is to learn to type correctly and efficiently helping the students develop their keyboard skills. The students use on-line software to practice exercises. They also play typing games. The class is entirely conducted in English. - Every day the students practice in class, usually through typing games. - Students always work with the keyboard covered by a box they built. That forces them to concentrate on using the right fingers for the right keys without looking at the keyboard. - Throughout the course 2 new keys are introduced every week. - An on-line typing test is taken every week to check students’ progress. - At the end of the course students must achieve a minimum typing speed to pass the course.
  • 9. 4th ESO (15) – Office IT PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Global  Overview   Ac0vi0es   Picture  1:  Gimp   Picture  2:  Libre  Office   The objective is to improve the student’s previous knowledge on word processors, spreadsheets, presentations and drawing software to perform a high quality work during their everyday classes. The subject uses Moodle platform and open source programmes Libreoffice Writer Libreoffice Impress Libreoffice Calc Gimp
  • 10. 4th ESO (age 15) – Physics and Chemistry PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Global  Overview   Ac0vi0es  and  Methodology   The objectives are: - Study the fundamental contents of Mechanics, Inorganic Nomenclature, Atom Structure and Chemical Bonding. - Study the scientific nomenclature of these contents in English, Catalan and Spanish - The subject combines Physics and Chemistry treated with mathematical tools and a broader vision of science. -  The Moodle platform is used to give documents and activities to the students and receive their tasks. -  The use of IT technologies (presentations, internet, etc.) help the students to follow the subject. -  Each student has a computer. It is used for theory notes mainly. -  Traditional notebooks are used for making problems that need graphs and equations. -  Watching scientific documentaries is a good tool to popularize other topics that motivate the students. -  The work in the laboratory is also important. -  The content and the language are evaluated 80% and 20% respectively.
  • 11. 4th ESO (age 15) – Mathematics PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Global  Overview   Ac0vi0es  and  Methodology   - “Matemàtiques”: 4 of 5 hours per week are taught in Catalan. The focus here is the mathematical content. - “Mathematics”: 1 of 5 hours per week are taught in English. The mathematical content and the language are evaluated at 50%. - Content: *Statistics & probability *Numbers, algebra, geometry and graphs. -  The Moodle platform is used to give contents and workbook style activities to the students and receive their tasks. -  Each student has a computer and makes all the tasks with it. -  The work is designed with students in mind whose first language is not English. In each unit the fundamental vocabulary and the English structures are given to the student. -  In each unit content and workbook style activities are given. -  Different “talking point” activities appear in each unit.
  • 12. Benefits of the Programme PILE Content Language Integrated Learning Programme Resources  from  the  Department  of  Educa0on  :  training  in   methodology,  teacher  assistant,  financial  aid   Students  obtain  a  more  comprehensive  understanding  of   English   Students  learn  curricular  content  using  the  foreign  language   BeEer  academic  performance  when  using  different   languages   A  growth  in  the  interest  of  families  for  the  project  CLIL Programme