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Successful Bilingual Programmes

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Presentation by Natalio Ormeño, Consejería de educación en el Reino Unido.

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Successful Bilingual Programmes

  1. 1. Successful Bilingual ProgrammesWhy going bilingual can work for your school University of Westminster 17th November 2012
  2. 2. BILINGUAL EDUCATION Where are these concepts used?• CLIL• Enriched education UK• EMILE• Dual language programmes USA• AICLE EUROPE• MFL across the curriculum• One-way immersion CANADA• Two-way immersion What do they mean?
  3. 3. BILINGUAL EDUCATION• 5000 years + old• Over 66 % children worldwide now bilingual• 1940: One-way immersion in Wales• 1960: Transitional bilingual programmes in the US• 1970: One-way immersion in Canada• 1980: Bilingual immersion in Spain• 1990: Two-way immersion in the US• 2000: Implementation of CLIL (1994)programmes spreading in Europe
  4. 4. WHY BILINGUAL EDUCATION? Migrant population (Human rights) Endangered languages Bilingual society Enhancing MFL teaching OTHER REASONS?
  5. 5. BILINGUAL EDUCACION BENEFITS Enhances SLA Improves academic achievement Increases motivation Enhances cognitive activity Prepares for internationalisation Increases teacher collaboration Enhances school profile MORE BENEFITS ?
  6. 6. EFFECTIVE BILINGUAL EDUCACIONCRITICAL FEATURES:1. Parent involvement2. High standards3. Strong leadership4. Programmes are developmental5. Instruction is student centred6. Language instruction integrated with challenging academic instruction7. Teachers are reflective8. Integration with other school programmes and schools9. Programmes aim for additive bilingualism Adapted from Cloud, Genesee and Hamayan, 2000
  7. 7. CLIL CONCEPTUsing a non-native language as a medium ofinstruction, integrating content from thecurriculum and language learning:– Language learning is used in content classes.– Content from subjects is used in language classes.– Learning skills to support the achievement of content language goals are developed . (adapted from Mehisto, Marsh and Frigols, 2008)
  8. 8. CLIL GOALSCognitive and social skills for an ever- Academic achievement changing worldUnderstanding and Language proficiency (L1appreciation of the and L2)associated cultures
  9. 9. CLIL COMPONENTS Content Cognition Culture Communication(adapted from Coyle, Hood and Marsh, 2010)
  10. 10. SUCCESFUL BILINGUAL EDUCATION School Beyond the school Programmes Teachers Students
  11. 11. BILINGUAL EDUCACIONSUPPORT PROGRAMMES MECD Schools / programmes Bilingual Publicationsprogrammes in /materials Spain CLIL Secciones Seccionesprogrammes ISAS Españolas Bilingües in Spain
  12. 12. BILINGUAL EDUCACION SUPPORT PROGRAMMES MECD Teachers Language SummerVisiting Teachers Assistants Courses
  13. 13. BILINGUAL EDUCACIONSUPPORT PROGRAMMES MECD Beyond the schools Seminars, con ferences, asso ciations
  14. 14. BILINGUAL PROGRAMMES IN SPAIN• Regional Spanish governments bilingual education systems (Catalan, Basque, Galician,…)• British Council- Spanish Ministry of Education Agreement (1996): National Bilingual Education Project (CLIL)• Regional Spanish governments CLIL programmes (English, French and German)
  15. 15. National Bilingual Education Project 70 State primary and 40 secondary schools http://www.britishcouncil.org/spain/bilingual-schools-project-0 PROGRAMME• Early start• Whole-school aproach• 40% of school time in subjects through English, such as science, history and geography.• Spanish and English national curriculum
  16. 16. National Bilingual Education Project TEACHERS• State schools classroom teachers.• British Council teachers (230 primary, 15 secondary): European QTS infant/ primary teaching . Some teachers with secondary PGCE or TEFL. Native or near-native command of English.• Language Assistants (British Council +Ministry of Education).
  17. 17. National Bilingual Education Project TEACHERS• Up to 4 BC teachers in each school.• BC teachers work alongside the classroom teacher or take the whole class for games, stories, reading and writing and other curriculum input.• Staff development for teachers.• Close collaboration English department + department of content areas in secondary.
  18. 18. National Bilingual Education Project EVALUATION 1• 2011: publication of an independent evaluation report : – Impressive learner performance in language proficiency and subject matter achievement. – Good practice teaching strategies. – ‘on-task’ performance in spoken and written English. (adapted from Dobson, Pérez Murillo, and Johnstone, 2010)
  19. 19. National Bilingual Education Project EVALUATION 2– Written Spanish performance of the students in BEP groups stronger than those in non-BEP groups.– IGCSE: Students taking English 1 and Biology, History and Geography, in English, with success– Overwhelmingly positive perception of the programme by students, parents, teachers and head teachers. (adapted from Dobson, Pérez Murillo, and Johnstone, 2010)
  20. 20. Regional Bilingual Education Projects 17 Autonomous regions CLIL in primary and secondary schools English 2100 French 220 German 25 Portuguese 3 Italian 1
  21. 21. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, Sections Internationales• A school or a group of schools (primary or secondary)• A stream at different educational stages• In the same city or geographical area• Support from the Ministry of Education as established in the individual agreements, by school• CLIL approach• Multicultural educational experiences.
  22. 22. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, Sections InternationalesCountry Sections Schools Teachers StudentsFrance 13 27 52 3210Germany 3 7 8 1222Italy 8 8 18 2211Netherlands 1 1 2 208United Kindom 1 5 2 654USA 2 9 10 2395Total 28 57 92 9900
  23. 23. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, United Kingdom1 section/ 5 schoolsLiverpool : St Austin’s Primary School (2006) St Christopher’s Primary School (2006) St Cuthbert’s Primary School (2006) St Sebastian’s Primary School (2006) Broughton Hall High School (2010)
  24. 24. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, United KingdomObjectivesImplementation of a CLIL programme with the following objectives:• To improve the quality of the Spanish teaching.• To provide the students the possibility of receiving high- quality MFL education in the context of an intercultural education experience• To foster knowledge and experience of the Spanish language and culture.
  25. 25. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, United KingdomCurriculum• Content and language from the English National Curriculum + a component of the language, literature and culture of Spain and Spanish speaking countries.• Reception to Year 6: Weekly average of 2 hours in Spanish. Mathematics, Physical Education or Humanities.• Year 7 to Year 13: Weekly average of six 6 hours in Spanish. Spanish Literature and Culture, History, Geography or Humanities.• Spanish Language taught separately.• At the end of Year 13, expected level of linguistic competence in Spanish level B2 of the CEFR for languages.
  26. 26. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, United KingdomCurriculum: Primary Schools R 1 2 3 4 5 6 St Austin’s Math Math Math Math St Cuthbert’s Math Math Math Math PE St Sebastian’s Math Math Math Math PE PE St Math Math Christopher’s
  27. 27. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, United KingdomCurriculum: Secondary School Year 7 8 9Broughton Hall Opening Enquiring Geography, Minds Minds History
  28. 28. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, United KingdomTeachers• 2 content teachers appointed and funded by the Ministry of Education.• Teachers of Spanish: classroom teachers, or MFL teachers appointed and funded by the school
  29. 29. Secciones Españolas Spanish Sections, United KingdomStudents• Primary: Whole school programme• Secondary: Stream, 7 and 8 year, high achieving students.• Knowledge of Spanish, not an admission requirement, except for advanced levels of the Spanish Section.• The achievement of the Spanish Section’s objectives a requirement for continued participation in the programme.
  30. 30. Secciones Bilingües Bilingual Sections• Beginning 1988• Whole school or stream in a school (primary or secondary)• Support from the Ministry of Education as established in the individual agreements, by country• CLIL approach• Multicultural educational experiences• Double certification/ Final examination
  31. 31. Secciones BilingüesBilingual Sections in Central and Eastern EuropeCountry Level Schools Teachers StudentsBulgaria Secondary 12 15 3317China Primary 2 2 252Czech Republic Secondary 6 20 891Hungary Secondary 7 18 1086Poland Secondary 14 30 2311Romania Secondary 12 10 1239Russia Primary 5 9 891 /secondarySlovakia Secondary 7 30 1336Turkey Primary 1 1 220 63 135 11544
  32. 32. Secciones Bilingües Bilingual SectionsAssociated programmes:• Spanish teachers• Theatre festival• Summer trip to Spain• Scholarships for students• Teacher development activities in each country and Spain• Teaching materials
  33. 33. Secciones Bilingües Bilingual Sections: CurriculumCountry Years (age) Content Hours/ weekBulgaria 5 (14-19) Literature, History, Art, 6-8 GeographyChina 5 (6-11) Language and Culture 3Czech 2+4 (13-19) Literature, Physics, Maths, 6-8Republic Chemistry, BiologyHungary 5 (14-19) Literature, History, 8 Geography, Physics, MathsPoland A: 4 (16-20) Literature, History, Art, 6-8 B: 3+3 (13-19) Geography
  34. 34. Secciones Bilingües Bilingual Sections: CurriculumCountry Years (age) Content Hours/ weekRomania 4 (14-18) Literature, History, Art, 6-7 GeographyRussia 8 (9-17) Literature, History, Art, 6 GeographySlovakia A:5 (14-19) Literature, Physics, Maths, 3-8 B:4+4 (11-19) Chemistry, BiologyTurkey 5 (6-11) Language and Culture 3
  35. 35. ISAs International Spanish Academies• Beginning 2000• Whole school or stream in a school (primary or secondary)• Support from the Ministry of Education as established in the individual agreements with each school• Bilingual immersion approach, existing programmes• Multicultural educational experiences
  36. 36. ISAs International Spanish AcademiesCountry Schools Teachers FLAs StudentsUSA 76 67 16 20288Canada 17 17 1 3143 93 84 17 23431
  37. 37. ISAsInternational Spanish Academies
  38. 38. ISAs CurriculumGrades % in Content SpanishK-5 50-100 Spanish Language Arts, Maths, PE, other subjects to be determined by the school6-8 40 Spanish Language Arts, Maths, other subjects to be determined by the school9-12 30 Spanish Language Arts, Maths, other subjects to be determined by the school
  39. 39. ISAs International Spanish AcademiesAssociated programmes:• Visiting teachers• Language Assistants• Annual seminar for administrators• Teacher development activities in each country and Spain• Teaching materials• DELE/ certifications
  40. 40. Spanish School Colegio Español “Vicente Cañada Blanch”• 1977• Spanish education system• 553 students• Aged 5-18• 51 teachers (of which 12 English, language and content)
  41. 41. Spanish School Colegio Español “Vicente Cañada Blanch”Age % in English Content5-12 25-30 English Language, Art, Science12-16 40 English Language, Social Science, Citizenship, Science, Art, Music, IT16-18 15 English Language
  42. 42. Associated programmes: Visiting Teachers• Participant countries: USA, Canada• Selection: CV, personal interviews• Duration: 1 to 3 school years.• Levels: Primary and secondary schools.• Subjects: Spanish/English as a foreign language and content areas
  43. 43. Associated programmes: Language Assistants• Participant countries: United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Australia, Austria, Belgiu m, China, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy Malta, Nueva Zealand Netherlands, Portugal, USA .• Selection: CV, personal interviews• Duration: 1 school year.• Levels: Primary and secondary schools.• Subjects: Spanish/English/German , etc. as a foreign language and content subjects
  44. 44. Associated programmes: Materials, publications• Resources to teach CLIL in Spanishhttp://www.educacion.gob.es/reinounido/publicaciones- materiales/material-didactico.html• Science, etc. (Secciones Bilingües)http://www.educacion.gob.es/exterior/sk/es/publicaciones-y- materiales/recursos-didacticos.shtml• In FrenchEMILEhttp://www.emilangues.education.fr/formation/certification- complementaire/les-enjeux
  45. 45. Associated programmes: Associations, Organizations , Institutions• Languages Companyhttp://www.languagescompany.com/images/stories/do cs/news/clil_national_statement_and_guidelines.pdf• European Commissionhttp://ec.europa.eu/languages/language- teaching/content-and-language-integrated- learning_en.htm• CLIL compendium:http://www.clilcompendium.com/clilexpertise.htm
  46. 46. Associated programmes: Associations, Organizations, Institutions• ALLhttp://clil4teachers.pbworks.com/w/page /8427859/FrontPage• La Cosecha, Dual Language Education of New Mexicohttp://dlenm.org/• NABEhttp://www.nabe.org/
  47. 47. UTAH DUAL LANGUAGE• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTG 0YFU8vWA
  48. 48. GRACIAS | MERCI | THANK YOU l natalio.ormeno@mecd.es Why going bilingual can work for your school University of Westminster 17th November 2012

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