CLIL in Lower SaxonyGermany
Germany2
Lower Saxony3 Size: 48,000 km2 Population: 8 Million(170/ km2) Schools: 3,000 Teachers: 80,000 Pupils: 900,000 Bilin...
Hildesheim4
5Hildesheim
6
The Lower Saxony School System7LowerSecondaryGym-nasiumRecommendation/Parents’ decisionPrimary5 – 106 – 9Lower Secondarymi...
Languages and subjects Languages for bilingual education:English (very few schools with French/Spanish/Italian) CLIL-sub...
Qualification & Training usually subject + English teachers usually without special qualification new courses in initia...
Teaching Models:» full course, even leading to A-levels (notcentralized exams); separate curriculum» modules (brief teach...
Problems financial restrictions (staff, extra time) reduced offers in lower grades createproblems for formation of upper...
My interests International research (DESI study) hasproven superiority of CLIL over regularlanguage teaching measures to...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Germany- Lower Saxony- by Jens Bolhoefer_Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Barcelona)

412 views

Published on

Presentation for the European Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Catalonia, Spain), "Language learning spaces: diversity and transversality". Author Jens Bolhoefer. Visit the web: http://blocs.xtec.cat/cataloniastudyvisit2013languagelearning/report/

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
412
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
29
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Germany- Lower Saxony- by Jens Bolhoefer_Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Barcelona)

  1. 1. CLIL in Lower SaxonyGermany
  2. 2. Germany2
  3. 3. Lower Saxony3 Size: 48,000 km2 Population: 8 Million(170/ km2) Schools: 3,000 Teachers: 80,000 Pupils: 900,000 Bilingual schools:ca. 100-150
  4. 4. Hildesheim4
  5. 5. 5Hildesheim
  6. 6. 6
  7. 7. The Lower Saxony School System7LowerSecondaryGym-nasiumRecommendation/Parents’ decisionPrimary5 – 106 – 9Lower Secondarymind. 3-zügig(eher zweig-gegliedert)mit gym. Angebot ohne gym. AngebotOberschule10 – 151 – 411 + 12LowerSecondaryC o m p r e -h e n s iv eReal-schuleHaupt-schuleLower Secondarymind. 2-zügig(eher jahrgangs-gegliedert)UpperSecondaryUpperSecondaryUpperSecondary13VocationalGymnasium(miterweitertemSekundarabschlussI)DualSystemVocationalEducation1816 – 17bilingual classesyear age
  8. 8. Languages and subjects Languages for bilingual education:English (very few schools with French/Spanish/Italian) CLIL-subjects:» Geography» Biology» History» Politics» Sports8
  9. 9. Qualification & Training usually subject + English teachers usually without special qualification new courses in initial teacher training CPD:» network meetings» regional and subject-specific in-servicetrainings9
  10. 10. Teaching Models:» full course, even leading to A-levels (notcentralized exams); separate curriculum» modules (brief teaching units) CLIL courses begin in year 7, usuallypreceded by extra English lessons usually just one CLIL subject10
  11. 11. Problems financial restrictions (staff, extra time) reduced offers in lower grades createproblems for formation of upper grade courses lack of suitable materials for all subjects extra workload for teachers lack of effective certificates of competence sporadically selective effects11
  12. 12. My interests International research (DESI study) hasproven superiority of CLIL over regularlanguage teaching measures to support CLIL and multilingualism(Agenda 2020)» incentives» training programmes» good practice examples12

×