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Clil mathematics


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Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) involves teaching a curricular subject through the medium of a language other than that normally used. The subject can be entirely unrelated to language learning, such as history lessons being taught in English in a school in Spain. CLIL is taking place and has been found to be effective in all sectors of education from primary through to adult and higher education. Its success has been growing over the past 10 years and continues to do so.

Teachers working with CLIL are specialists in their own discipline rather than traditional language teachers. They are usually fluent speakers of the target language, bilingual or native speakers. In many institutions language teachers work in partnership with other departments to offer CLIL in various subjects. The key issue is that the learner is gaining new knowledge about the 'non-language' subject while encountering, using and learning the foreign language. The methodologies and approaches used are often linked to the subject area with the content leading the activities.
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Clil mathematics

  1. 1. Mathematics Prathomsuksa 2
  2. 2. Addition andSubtraction
  3. 3. Adding and Subtracting
  4. 4. Vocabulary minus
  5. 5. Vocabulary plus
  6. 6. Vocabularychange
  7. 7. Structure• How many?• How much?
  8. 8. How many?• Followed by plural noun For examples• How many pens do you have?• How many pets do you have?
  9. 9. How much?• Followed by an uncountable noun For examples• How much sugar do you have?• How much money do you have?
  10. 10. Question1. How much money did the man give to Carlos? : Two quarter or 50 cents.2. How many dimes make 50 cents? : 5 dimes
  11. 11. How many fruits are there in all?
  12. 12. There are 6 apples and 5 oranges.How many fruits are there in all? 11
  13. 13. How many fruits are there in all? 14
  14. 14. Your turn
  15. 15. 11
  16. 16. 15
  17. 17. 15
  18. 18. 16
  19. 19. How much is it?
  20. 20. 40 10 50 40+10 = ?
  21. 21. 30
  22. 22. Role play• Situation: You are in the toy shop• Direction• Work in pair• One is an shopkeeper and another is a costumer.• A costumer has 70• A costumer has to choose 2 things• A shopkeeper has to change money
  23. 23. Example Yes, please. I Welcome to SS’ toy.would like to buy toys. May I help you?
  24. 24. Example A tennis is 12 .How much are A Barbie is 25 . they? 12+25 = 37
  25. 25. ExampleI give you 50 – 37 = 13 Thank you Here is 13 in change.
  26. 26. 2012 15 28 25 3530 25 24