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Presentation for the European Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Catalonia, Spain), "Language learning spaces: diversity and transversality". Author Cristina Pavisic. Visit the web: ...

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Italy-Marche by Cristina Pavisic_ Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Barcelona) Italy-Marche by Cristina Pavisic_ Study Visit 2013-189-ES (Barcelona) Presentation Transcript

  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 1“ES-189 Language learningspaces: diversity andtransversality”April 22–26 2013Barcelona, Spain
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 2
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 3Jesi View slide
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 4Istituto di Istruzione Superiore“Galileo Galilei”JESI (An) Italy View slide
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 5Profiles:BiotechnologyHumanistic Liceum
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 6713 students500 females213 males85 teachers
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 7
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 8 8Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 9 Innovative programmes for EuropeanPlurilingualism Strategies for inclusion and studententrepreneurship Challenges in the foreign languageclassroom using ICT and CLIL
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 10 In 1991 Italian legislation introduce afirst foreign language in primary school. In 2004 a second mandatory foreignlanguage was introduced with theMoratti reform in lower secondaryschool
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 11 According to the latest findings of theMinistry of Education, 4.2% of the schoolpopulation in Italy is made of non Italiancitizens.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 12 These findings show that schools havebecome multilingual, not so much or solelybecause of the proposed lingustic offerings,nor for the linguistic heritage of Italianspeakers, which alternates among dialect,regional Italian and standard Italian, butmostly because of the dimension created bythe contacts developed between differentlinguistic and cultural heritages.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 13 In Italy there is a special situation nearthe borders with France, Austria andSlovenia There are schools with French orGerman or Slovenian and Italian, thenEnglish as foreign language.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 14About entrepreneurship… National curricula for secondaryeducation do not includeEntrepreneurship Education. As schools have some flexibility inchoosing the content of subjects, theycan foster entreprenuship activities.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 15 Entreprenurship is not yet included in allvocational training courses, schoolprogrammes still attach too little valueto business stat ups andentrepreneurship. Although initial stepshave been taken, future modernizationof vocational training shouldsystematically include entreprenurship.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 16 Alternation school-work: now a daysthere are a lot of projects at schoolabout alternation school work thatconsists in 2 or 3 weeks of workplacements after some hours (20) oftraining. These projects are supportedin part by the Ministry of Education andsome of them by ESF.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 17With the Secondary school reform in Italy, theCLIL teaching will be compulsory Linguistic Lyceum: a subject non linguisticwill be tought in a foreign language from thethird year and another subject in anotherforeign language from the fourth year. Other Lyceums: one non linguistic subject ina foreing language at fifth year
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 18To carry out this innovation it isnecessary to: Train teachers Foster understandig of cultures and mentalityof other countries Improve language skills Improve professional skills Enhance European Dimension of thelearning/teaching process
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 19The traditional teaching isnot enough if we want toteach the citizens of theXXIst century.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 20 Taking into account all the teacher’sneed, something concrete had to bedone at school to help students andteachers to become better teachers andbetter students. At school we began to work with theLeonardo da Vinci Programme
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 21 The Leonardo da Vinci Programmelinks policy to practice in the field ofvocational education and training. Work placements abroad for students Mobility of teachers
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 22 The teachers needed something newand something with a very high impactin their professional development.That’s why we decided to apply for aLeonardo da Vinci project for teachers.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 23 Mobility of 2 weeks Know the new context Develop new skills Improve a foreign language There wasn’t a big standstill of theschool activities.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 24Results1. Teachers interested in study foreignlanguages2. Teachers interested in CLIL (Contentand Language Integrated Learning)
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 25 Being the average age of the teachers of theschool coincident with the mean age of theItalian teachers (50-55 years), thecompetence of the English language isalmost absent or poor in the majority of theteachers. With the project we intended to neutralizetheir not mastery of the foreign languagesand to stimulate the awareness of the need ofcompetences and knowledge.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 26Added value of the projectWe succeeded in the participation of40% of the teachers staff at anexperience of mobility. This type ofexperience is often only for the teachersof foreign languages, but rarely forteachers of other subjects.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 27Impact After their participation to the projectactivities, the teachers were able tomotivate the students in some newcompetences and skills because theywere more motivated and enthusiastic. Teachers followed an English course The school applied for another project.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 28The teachers understood that teachingwith CLIL methodology will help their studentsbecause: Builds intercultural knowledge and understanding Develops intercultural communication skills Improves language competence and oral communication skills Develops multilingual interests and attitudes Provides opportunties to study content through differentperspectives Allows learners more contact with the target language Complements other subjects rather than competes with them Diversifies methods and forms of classroom practice Increases learners’ motivation and confidence in both thelanguage and the subject been tought.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 29At school we began with experimental lessons. There are some teachers teaching some hours theirsubjects in English There is a generally favorable atmosphere andpositive and enthusiastic response on the part ofstudents and parents The result is that students are more involved in theschool work The teachers found the tools to be motivated The performance of students and teachers becamebetter
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 30 The students and teachers are interested inlearning more foreign languages, learningmore under a mobility project in anotherEuropean country and they enhance theirinterest towards taking active part in theKnowledge Society. Teaching with CLIL is not the only tool toincrease the performance of teachers andstudents, but it can be an important one.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 31 Bilingual teaching and learningrequires that we look not just at whatthe students have learnt/understoodbut, equally importantly, at how theyhave understood it.
  • 05/06/13 Prof. Cristina Isabel Pavisic 32 Thank you very much for your attention!