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Case Study
Bilingual Programme
IES VALLE DE CAMARGO
IES Valle de Camargo: Bilingual School
Beginnings in 2007-2008
with an English-Spanish
Programme
Three departments invol...
Structure
 1st cycle ESO:
 English: 2 morning sessions + 2 seventh period sessions
 French: 3 morning sessions + 1 seve...
Methodology
Based on the Common Framework of Reference
DNLs (Disciplinas No Lingüísticas) use CLIL/AICLE
(Content and La...
Conversation Assistants
Communication skills
Encourage interest in the culture and customs of
French and English speakin...
European Projects
School trips to England
 2008-2009 Eastbourne (1º ESO)
 2009-2010 Londres (3º ESO)
 2010-2011 Exeter...
School trip to England 2008-2009
What’s Global Classrooms?What’s Global Classrooms?
• International, innovative programme
• Secondary schools
• Students le...
Where is Global Classrooms?
 In cities all over the world:
Beijing Beirut Berlin Boston
Chicago Hong Kong Houston Johanne...
What do we do?
Simulate the General Assembly and other
organisms of the United Nations.
Students take the role of ambass...
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  1. 1. Case Study Bilingual Programme IES VALLE DE CAMARGO
  2. 2. IES Valle de Camargo: Bilingual School Beginnings in 2007-2008 with an English-Spanish Programme Three departments involved:  Foreign Languages  Mathematics(1º, 2º, 3º, 4º)  Technology(2º, 3º) English-Spanish bilingual programme in Vocational Training: Administration and Finance
  3. 3. Structure  1st cycle ESO:  English: 2 morning sessions + 2 seventh period sessions  French: 3 morning sessions + 1 seventh period session  2nd cycle ESO:  English: 3 morning sessions + 2 seventh period sessions  French: 2 morning sessions + 1 seventh period session Bachillerato:  2 seventh period enrichment sessions  No CLIL subjects – 2nd FL not compulsory
  4. 4. Methodology Based on the Common Framework of Reference DNLs (Disciplinas No Lingüísticas) use CLIL/AICLE (Content and Language Integrated Learning/Aprendizaje Integrado de Contenidos y Lenguas Extranjeras) English-medium instruction Strengthening of Communicative Competence
  5. 5. Conversation Assistants Communication skills Encourage interest in the culture and customs of French and English speaking countries Increase student motivation
  6. 6. European Projects School trips to England  2008-2009 Eastbourne (1º ESO)  2009-2010 Londres (3º ESO)  2010-2011 Exeter (2º ESO)  2011-2012 Hastings (2º ESO) Cultural trips to France  Poitiers, la Ruta de los Cátaros, Paris . . . Exchanges Etwinning: Exchange of letters and experiences on-line with schools in Denmark and Poland (1º ESO)  Project and Trips: C.S. Vincent van Gogh in Assen, Hollanda(4º ESO)
  7. 7. School trip to England 2008-2009
  8. 8. What’s Global Classrooms?What’s Global Classrooms? • International, innovative programme • Secondary schools • Students learn to research and debate in English • Current topics: human rights, poverty, global warming Students participate in conferences simulating the United Nations
  9. 9. Where is Global Classrooms?  In cities all over the world: Beijing Beirut Berlin Boston Chicago Hong Kong Houston Johannesburg London Los Angeles Madrid Mexico City Miami Minneapolis New Delhi New York City San Juan Sao Paulo Seoul Tampa Bay Tel Aviv Tokyo Washington, DC  In Bilingual High Schools in Cantabria IES Cantabria IES Foramontanos IES Lope de Vega IES Marismas IES Marques de Manzenedo IES Miguel Herrero IES Montesclaros IES Nª Sra. De los Remedios IES Ría del Carmen IES Valle de Camargo IES Valle de Saja IES Villajunco Colegio Sagrados Corazones (Torrelavega)
  10. 10. What do we do? Simulate the General Assembly and other organisms of the United Nations. Students take the role of ambassadors Student “delagates” Prepare resolutions Negociate with delegates from other schools Follow model UN conference procedure Solve problems affecting countries around the world.
  11. 11. PositionPosition PaperPaper SpeechSpeech
  12. 12. Mini-conferencias
  13. 13. NUEVA YORK

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