Using CLIL Planning and using Empowerment program
A CLIL LESSON• Content: knowledge,skills and undestanding• Communication: using language to learn whilst learning to use language• Cognition: thinking skills• Culture: alternative perspectives and shared understandings.• Productive and receptive skills jsp 2010-2011
LESSON PLANNING• Language and content• Language difficulties• Supportive strategies – Talking in groups – Write sentences – Reading the textbook – Graphs – Visuals – Frames
Unit: Unit: Le sson: Le sson: Le a rni ng Outcom e s Le a rni ng Outcom e s Conte nt Conte nt Com m uni c ti on Com m uni ca ti on a Cogni ti on Cogni ti on Cul ture Cul ture Introduction/ Rev ision Rev ision Warm up Activ ities M ain M ain Activ itie s Activ itie s Want to know/ Want to know/Re inforce me nt/Re inforce me nt/ Exte nsion Exte nsion Asse ssme nt/ Asse ssme nt/ Re fle ction Re fle ction M ate rials/ M ate rials/ Re source s Re source s jsp 2010-2011 Material crea i adaptat de diverso t s autors pel Servici d’Ensenyaments en V alencià - Conselleria d’Educació.
U nit: Área: Áre a: Lesson s: Le ss n s: o Ed. Level: Ed . Le vel: Teaching Objectives Final Task Assessment C riteria K ey C ompetences Materials R esources Conte nt Conte nt S tudent Cognition Cognition Learning rn Culture Culture Outcomes es es Communication Communication Language for the topic jsp 2010-2011 Language for th topic e Language for interaction Language for int raction e
A successful CLIL lesson shouldcombine elements of the following (the 4Cs):• Content - Progression in knowledge, skills and understanding related to specific elements of a defined curriculum. (It should not repeat the content learnt in other lessons!)• Communication – Using language to learn and learning to use language. Language does not follow the grammatical progression found in language-learning settings• Cognition-Developing thinking skills which link concept formation (abstract and concrete), understanding and language• Culture- understanding of otherness and self, deepened feelings of community and global citizenship (David Marsh)
Conceptual map for understanding CLIL: holistic, symbiotic view (developed by Do Coyle) context context cognitioncontext culture context
Three interrelated types of language• L of learning – content obligatory language related to the subject theme or topic• L for learning – language needed to operate in foreign language environment (for pair/ group work, asking questions, debating, etc.)• L through learning- new language that cannot be planned. This emerging language needs to be captured, recycled and developed so that it becomes a part of a learner’s repertoire