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Workshop clil copia

  1. 1. Rocío Monguí SánchezEsp. University Teaching – U. El Bosque &Strode College - UKMA in Applied Linguistics to TEFL – UD – Btá.MA in Technology and Innovation in Education– U. Tecnológico de Monterrey - MexicoIED Bosa NovaMay 2nd, 2013CLIL – AICLE WORKSHOP
  2. 2. WORDLE - CLIL• http://www.wordle.net/create
  3. 3. Are you a CLIL teacher?Bilingual Integration of Languages and Disciplines (BILD)Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)Content and Language Integration in Primary CLIPContent-based Instruction (CBI)Content-based Language Instruction (CBLI)Content-based Language Teaching (CBLT)English Across the Curriculum (EAC)English as an Academic Language (EAL)English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI)Foreign Language Immersion Program (FLIP)Foreign Languages as a Medium of Education (FLAME)Languages Across the Curriculum (LAC)Teaching Content Through EnglishTeaching English Through Content
  4. 4. CLILEl Aprendizaje Integrado de Contenidos yLenguas Extranjeras (AICLE)CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning. It refersto teaching subjects such as science, history and geography tostudents through a foreign language. This can be by the Englishteacher using cross-curricular content or the subject teacher usingEnglish as the language of instruction. Both methods result in thesimultaneous learning of content and English.The term CLIL was coined by David Marsh and Anne Maljers ,University of Jyväskylä, Finland (1994): "CLIL refers tosituations where subjects, or parts of subjects, are taughtthrough a foreign language with dual-focused aims, namelythe learning of content and the simultaneous learning of aforeign language."
  5. 5. How does CLIL work?Learning improves due motivation – natural LTeaching of CA is done in other LBased on L Acq not enforced learningL knowledge becomes means of learningL builds on other forms of learningL is integrated in broad curriculumErrors are natural part of L learningLong term learning. Academic proficiencyReading is a essential skillFluency more important than accuracyUse L to communicate for a variety of purposesNatural L development seen in real-life situations
  6. 6. WHERE TO STARTWHOWHATCONTENTLANGUAGEMATERIALSLEVEL L & C,NEEDS,REQUIREMENTS
  7. 7. Ideas to exploit materials• Match words todefinitions or pictures,or• Making a gap-fill• Discover the meaningsthrough the text• Guess meaning fromcontext• Information gaps• Jigsaw reading tasks• Jumble tasks• Group discussions• Individualpresentations• Making posters and• Writing about thetopic
  8. 8. CLIL Activity –Balanced eatingFood PyramidPut these labels on the pyramid:• 1. Milk, yoghurt and cheese group• 2. Fats, oils and sweets group• 3. Vegetable group• 4. Bread, cereal, pasta and rice group• 5. Fruit group• 6. Meat, poultry, fish, dry beans,eggs and nuts group
  9. 9. The advantages of CLILPrepare for future studies and / or working lifeDevelop multilingual interests andattitudesIncrease learner motivation.improve overall and specific languagecompetenceDiversify methods & forms ofclassroom teaching and learningCLIL helps to:Introduce the wider cultural context Prepare for internationalization
  10. 10. Content: Causes of WWIILanguage skills: listening/speaking(debating/discussions)Lexis: language for debating
  11. 11. LISTENING QUESTIONS WW2Listen to a discussion about the causes ofthe Second World War andanswer the following questions.1. What was the first possible cause ofWWII mentioned?a) Appeasementb) Hitlerc) Stalind) The Great Depression2. What was the second possible cause ofWWII mentioned?a) Appeasementb) Hitlerc) Stalind) The Great Depression3. What was the third possiblecause of WWII mentioned?a) Appeasementb) Hitlerc) Stalind) The Great Depression4. What was the fourth possiblecause of WWII mentioned?a) a. Appeasementb) b. Hitlerc) c. Stalind) d. The Great Depression
  12. 12. Listen again and answer these questions (theyaren’t in order).• 5. Why was the Great Depression a cause ofWWII?• 6. Why was Appeasement a cause of WWII?• 7. Why was Stalin a cause of WWII?• 8. Why was Hitler a cause of WWII?• What do you think? What was the cause ofWWII?LISTENING QUESTIONS WW2
  13. 13. 4PRINCIPLESOF CLILAt the heart of a learningprocess lie successfulcontent or thematic learningand the acquisition ofknowledge, skills andunderstanding. Content is thesubject or the project themeLanguage is a conduit forcommunication and forlearning. The formulalearning to use languageand using language tolearn is applicable hereThere must be challenge forlearners to think and review andengage in higher order thinkingskills. CLIL is not about the transferof knowledge from an expert to anovice. CLIL is about allowingindividuals to construct their ownunderstanding and be challengedStudying through a foreignlanguage is fundamental tofostering internationalunderstanding. ‘Otherness’ isa vital concept and holds thekey for discovering self.Culture can have wideinterpretation – eg. throughpluricultural citizenship
  14. 14. THE 4Cs – THE 3 AsStage 1: Analyse content for the language of learningStage 2: Add to content language for learningStage 3: Apply to content language through learning
  15. 15. Bloom´s taxonomy
  16. 16. CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
  17. 17. C.1. The castle is located…Castles are designed for … / to …We should …It seems that …
  18. 18. References• http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/articles/content-language-integrated-learning• http://www.onestopenglish.com/clil/what-is-clil• Commission Of The European Communities PromotingLanguage Learning and Linguistic Diversity: An ActionPlan• http://eclilgames.uws.ac.uk/ImageClick.aspx?GameValue=51• http://www.virtuallearning.org.uk/• http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/time_savers/bloom/• Coyle, Do (2005) CLIL: Planning tools for teachers.Univeridad de Nottingham

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