CLIL AND DBL
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) and Digital Based Learning
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.(David Marsh, University of Jyväskylä, Finland (1994)
"CLIL refers to situations where subjects, or parts of subjects, are taught through a foreign language with dual-focused aims, namely the learning of content and the simultaneous learning of a foreign language."
You can teach the subjects which can be anything from academic subjects like physics and history, to even life skills taught in a classroom context by using language inside the classroom to explain.
It is a kind of integration of subject and language
Our course is aimed for anyone interested in implementing CLIL&DBL methods in classes. With our course you will explore new approaches to make your lessons more enjoyable for your learners by learning how to use CLIL&DBL Methods.
OUR OBJECTIVES ARE;
-Increase awareness of CLIL Method main aims
- To Describe processes of CLIL
- To Explore characteristics of CLIL lesson
- Advantages and risks of CLIL lesson
- To Learn how to organize CLIL lesson
- To Use CLIL approach in the classroom
- To Create activities using CLIL
- To Construct your own CLIL lesson plans
OUR COURSE PROGRAMME
-Presentation of timetable, detailed information about course
-What is CLIL&DBL ?
- Aims of CLIL methods
-Processes of CLIL&DBL
-How to prepare and propose CLIL activities, planning CLIL lessons
-CLIL & methodology
- Resources, tasks & materials
- Skills in CLIL
-Content & language activities in CLIL
-Feeling comfortable with a new teacher identity and giving students more control of their learning
-An Example of a CLIL Lesson
-How to Prepare a Great CLIL lesson
-DBL in CLIL
- Tasks in CLIL and Problem Solving
- Language Acticites in CLIL
- Using a task-based learning approach to develop students’ productive skills
- Developing awareness of and responding to different learning styles
-Some Examples of Good Practices in CLIL Schools
-Games and Fun
-Workshop: Lesson Design
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