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Implementing clil in the art lesson

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Tips on how to implement Content and Language Integrated Learning in the Primary School Art Lessons!!

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Implementing clil in the art lesson

  1. 1. Implementing CLIL in the Primary Art class in Cyprus Anastasia Kapari October 2018
  2. 2. BEING A CLIL TEACHER
  3. 3. In Primary education in Cyprus: CLIL in specific school subjects in the timetable (e.g. Geography, Education for Life, Art, Music, P.E.)
  4. 4. INTRODUCING CLIL SCHOOL: MANAGER/COLLEAGUES  School conference presentation  Sample lesson for colleagues  Co-teaching lesson PARENTS  Letter with brief information and invitation to join a lesson  Sample lesson  School event on the 26th of September to celebrate the European Day of Languages STUDENTS  CLIL bulletin board  Introductory unit «The importance of learning foreign language» (Students create posters)  Poster exhibition at school during the celebration of the European Day of Languages  Calendar with students’ CLIL posters
  5. 5. School event on the 26th of September to celebrate the European Day of Languages
  6. 6. Students’ posters
  7. 7. Students’ posters
  8. 8. Students’ posters
  9. 9. ORGANIZING THE CLIL ART CLASSROOM  Workspaces corners (art games, library, computer corner)  English Posters everywhere (art material, art techniques, elements of art, rules, etc.)  Permanent bulletin boards (Art related professions, Be ARTiculate, CLIL)  Artistically decorated classroom and schools walls with quotes and slogans
  10. 10. Art room entrance
  11. 11. ART T-SHIRTS
  12. 12. ART LESSON RULES
  13. 13. ART LANGUAGE POSTERS
  14. 14. ART LANGUAGE POSTERS
  15. 15. • Rhymes (posters, hat) • Art Jobs (ties) • Classroom Language (Box with sentences) • Classroom rules (poster) • Puppet CLIL ART LESSON ROUTINES
  16. 16. “Line up!” rhyme
  17. 17. Give me 5!! I love art!! Rhymes
  18. 18. ART JOBS (ties and poster)
  19. 19. PUPPETS
  20. 20. BOX WITH SENTENCES
  21. 21. Smart tips
  22. 22. Smart tips
  23. 23. Smart tips
  24. 24. KEEP THE BALANCE!!! DIFFERENTIATION According to • The grade and the age of the students • The students’ English language level • The art unit • Each unit lesson’ s order • The lesson conditions BILINGUAL LESSON • The use of language is predetermined and thoroughly planned during CLIL activities • The students are encouraged to use English to communicate during the lesson but they are in no way obliged to do so if they do not want to.
  25. 25. PLANNING A CLIL ART LESSON • use of a specific lesson template • set objectives (art and language) • consult Art and English lesson Curriculums • note down vocabulary (new &recycle language) • prepare word banks, posters, ppt • plan lesson activities carefully so as to maintain the balance between content and language • get help from CLIL and Art lesson teaching consultants
  26. 26. Word bank poster Word bank table template
  27. 27. Enhancing writing: Art Notebooks
  28. 28. STUDENTS’ NOTES
  29. 29. STUDENTS’ NOTES
  30. 30. STUDENTS’ NOTES
  31. 31. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (1ST GRADE)
  32. 32. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (2ND GRADE)
  33. 33. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (3RD GRADE)
  34. 34. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (4TH GRADE)
  35. 35. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (4TH GRADE)
  36. 36. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (5TH & 6TH GRADES)
  37. 37. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (5TH & 6TH GRADES)
  38. 38. STUDENTS’ CREATIONS (5TH & 6TH GRADES)
  39. 39. ART APPRECIATION ACTIVITY BE ARTICULATE BOARD
  40. 40. ADJECTIVES
  41. 41. QUESTIONS TO ENHANCE DISCUSSION
  42. 42. EXTRA WORDS NEXT TO THE WORKS OF ART TO MAKE COMMUNICATION EASIER

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