This is a Power Point Presentation
where you can see the developing
of my lesson plan.
My 2nd grade students where
working on a project about
romans, that is why I decided to
teach one session about Roman
mosaics using CLIL.
It consisted on one-hour
session, divided into two parts: one
in the classroom and one in the
In this presentation, I show you
some pictures of my group class in
action and some of the Power Point
and other materials I used.
Title of the Lesson: The Roman mosaics
Date: 22nd January, 2014
Unit of Study: The Romans
Level and group: 2nd
Number of children: 12 pupils.
The group is working on a one-trimester project about the Romans.
They already know some key words.
Recognize what a Roman mosaic is.
Recognize how Roman mosaics are
Label some vocabulary about Roman
a mosaic using an on-line game.
Act. 1. Let’s see some pictures: Students see
different Roman mosaics pictures on a
Power Point presentation. 3 min.
Act. 2. What can we guess
about the Roman mosaics?
Students, in pairs, answer two
questions about what they
think about the mosaics. The
answers are checked with
the whole group. 8 min.
Act. 3. What are the tesseares?
The teacher explains what the tesseares are
by showing some pictures from the Power
Point presentation. 3 min.
Act. 4. Complete the worksheet: Students
complete, individually, the worksheet about
what they have learnt from the previous
activities. 15 min.
Act. 5. . How were the mosaics made?
The teacher explains how the Roman mosaics were
made by showing the interactive presentation
Act. 6. . Let's build our own mosaic!
Students build their own Roman mosaic by
using a game on-line found on
HERE YOU HAVE THE RESULTS...
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I had a really great experience when teaching this lesson plan. The
students were surprised at the beginning because it was the first time they
listened English outside the language class. However, they followed it
without problems and the majority fulfilled the objectives of the lesson .
When they had to create their own mosaic with the on-line game they
were very motivated and the activity helped them “touch” a real Roman
I am very satisfied with my first class using CLIL. Altought it is a lot of work if
you wish to implement it on a daily basis, the results are positive and I think
it compensates the time spent.