Clil in italy

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Clil in italy

  1. 1. CLIL in ItalySituations of vehicular use of a foreign or second language are not new in Italy.In schools in Val dAosta, the promotion of bilingualism (Italian and French) through the schoolsystem is the result of the special statute of 1948, Article 38, which establishes equal rightsand equal status to both languages (French and Italian).This educational intervention was designed to promote competence in the language (andculture) of the neighbouring country (France).The development of CLIL teaching in Italy was also encouraged by the law on education(Decree 3 September 2002, Art.4, Section 3).Then there have been the experiences of ministerial projects in progress since the beginning ofthe early 90s, such as the European High School and the European Languages High School.Other important steps towards the CLIL teaching in Italy have been done thanks to TheMinisterial Project " Languages 2000 " and the decree of 17/10/05, implementing the Law53/03, concerning the introduction of the second cycle of secondary school.This decree states that in the 5th year of all the high schools, teaching of a non linguisticsubject will be compulsory.The ongoing experiences of CLIL teaching are especially at school, where there are many casesof schools connected in networks to form centres of research and permanent training, inLombardy (project ALI-CLIL: 1999), in Friuli Venezia Giulia (Network- CLIL: 2000), in Venetowith the University of Venice ("I learn in Language 2": 2002), in Piedmont ("Language, cultureand science: Language Integrated Learning and scientific content": 2002), Trentino Alto Adigewith IPRASE and the University of Trento and Venice ("LI.VE-languages used: 2002) and EmiliaRomagna.The involved universities that are collaborating in these projects especially provide scientificguidance or they and form CLIL teachers, as in the case of CLIL Laboratory of the Universityof Venice and the post-graduate course in Teaching of modern languages of the University"Carlo Bo" in Urbino.

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