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This 90 minute session will feature a 45 minute mini-demo lesson from a CLIL course on English Literature. The session will focus on the works of Sylvia Plath; examining her relationship to her own father and also her husband, Ted Hughes, through analysing her poem “Daddy”. Before and after the mini-demo lesson the speaker will situate the lesson in the context of the course, and explain how syllabus, materials and assessments would work together to ensure the lesson satisfies the “dual aims” of the CLIL approach (language and content). Samples of students’ work will also be shown in order to demonstrate how CLIL works in Practice, with a special focus on assessment and interaction. This is a very hands-on and practical session using real-life examples from a practicing teacher. There will also be time for questions and discussion at the end.