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What is CLIL?

CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning and refers to teaching subjects such as science, history and geography to students through a foreign language.

This 2 week course is a combination of our two, one-week courses; Practical Methodology for Teachers Working with CLIL and Technology & ICT Tools for Teachers Working with CLIL.
It introduces you to the principles of CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) and analyses CLIL teaching techniques, including practical ways of integrating CLIL into a classroom teaching environment. Teachers will explore the 5 Cs of CLIL, scaffolding for learners, multimodality, assessment, and teaching aids in CLIL.
In the second week, participants will look at practical ways of integrating technology into a CLIL classroom teaching environment. You will explore a variety of ICT tools which you can use to facilitate and support teaching through CLIL.

Who is it for

Our CLIL courses are designed for teachers (in the primary, secondary and vocational sectors) who teach other subjects, such as Geography, Mathematics, Science etc in English. This course is also ideal for those teachers who are about to start using CLIL to teach a subject in English, and would like to use technology as a teaching aid for CLIL in their lessons.

Course benefits

During this course, you will have the opportunity to:

  • acquire a greater understanding of the principles underlying CLIL methodology
  • become better equipped to integrate technology into CLIL principles and methodology in your everyday lessons
  • develop your skills in designing CLIL learning materials
  • gain the skills to create your own teaching materials
  • become better equipped to integrate technology into CLIL principles and methodology in your everyday lessons
  • improve your command of English in a multi-cultural context
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    • What is CLIL?
    • 4Cs
    • Academic language
    • Learning outcomes
    • Language objectives
    • Trilingual education
    • Content or language outcomes
    • Academic language
    • Critical thinking
    • Scaffolding
    • Reporting framework for NIS Language Coordinators
    • Critical thinking and Formative assessment resources
    • Assessment grid
    • Some functions common to many subjects include:
    • Feedback survey
    • ASSESSMENT IN CLIL