This pinterest boards has 980 pins about Science experiments and activities.
This is a pinterest board focused on Science. Here you will find original ideas, great blog posts and amazing resources you can use with your sutdents in your CLIL class.
10 simple science activities that will amaze, amuse, educate, and delight your students.
In this site you will find a great collection of must try experiments that will wow the kids.
This site show a list of 25 fun Science experiments to use with your students in your CLIL lessons
This web is a pinterest board related to CLIL Science. A great board where you can find more than 800 pins ready for you to use in your CLIL class.
This web is a pinterest board related to CLIL (science and art and crafts). A great board where you can find more than 90 original pins ready for your CLIL class.
This is an interactive board where Clil teachers can give explanations, or promote some reflection through different topis. Also enjoyable in app and ideal to work with tablets. All the creations can be shared by sending a pin to the students attached to the class created by the teacher this way learning is not restricted to the class anymore ready to use at any moment.
From P.E to Art or Science and graded to different years this site is full of tested activities that might be interesting for our proposals.
This site allows to create different games for our students related to a questionnaire that teachers can prepare in advance very motivating in order to show how to do a questionnaire by playing kids will see hoe to play by learning or reflecting from what they know about a topic.
This is website allows to use the smartphone or the tablet in the class as a pushbutton responses so students can take part in a competition since previously the teacher has created a questionnaire and shared a pin to get access. Very easy to use in any nonlinguistic subject as to revise knowledge or bring previous knowledge in a a very interacting and funny way. first register in getkahoot.com and the send the participants to kahoot.it to joy in.
If you want to start motivating your kids with a question, know their previous knowledge on something or just check what they have learnt this site helps at any of this point in a free accesible and easy way. Once all our students/families have answered the site does charts so we can have a clear idea on what the others think about something.
This site helps students to create their own stories dealing with many different topics from most of the related in Science to arts (easy image browser by tags). An astonishing tool to develop our students creativity or to create very motivating resources for our students in order to activate the learning process or as a complementary activity.
Aplicación adecuada para alumnado de los últimos cursos de la Educación Primaria que desarrolla un juego entre equipos rivales. Cada uno de ellos deberá hacer girar una ruleta (pinchando en el icono que les representa) que seleccionará un área del conocimiento.Una vez determinado el tema de la pregunta, el equipo deberá responderla seleccionando una de las tres posibles respuestas que se le ofrecen.Favorece el trabajo en equipo y dialógico.
This software helps to work through colors. It finds loads of images from flickr according to the color palette you choose (up to 5 colors) you can also upload and image and then find images with the same palette of color or you can even split some from your image and again it finds thousands of images with the same palette. Another possibility this software offers is to create a reverse image (the negative) from the one updated.
The European Framework for CLIL Teacher Education offers a teacher training curriculum for CLIL that may be linked to learners’ curricula. Adaptable curricular models, suitable for both foreign language and content teachers are based on a set of defined target professional competences, e.g.: “ClIL teachers are able to articulate and discuss CLIL with school’s internal and external stakeholders”.
The ICRJ is an electronic refereed journal which acts as a platform for researchers across the world who work on Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). Research in this field is often published in a range of journals reflecting different disciplines. The ICRJ attempts to consolidate insights and research findings into a single publication so as to enhance accessibility to those in the field.
A CLIL website with a bank of over 1,300 resources to cover primary and secondary teaching across the curriculum and covering a range of topics including science, geography, history and mathematics, onestopclil combines curriculum subjects with language learning for resources to make the best of both worlds.
Can CLIL improve language and subject teaching at the same time? Phil Ball examines this bold claim by contrasting task design in native speaker and CLIL lessons, looking at the procedures and processes students undergo to acquire content knowledge.
Perhaps due to its relatively recent birth as an approach with a label, CLIL shelters a broad range of practice under its pedagogic roof. But if it is to be taken seriously as an approach, and then adopted by the world of pedagogy, it needs to have identifiable limits. We need to be able to say what it is, but also what it isn’t. In what ways does CLIL manifest itself in terms of curricular types, and perhaps more simply – how do you know if you’re ‘CLIL-ing’, to quote a new verb?
Can CLIL deliver? Phil Ball looks at some of the challenges facing CLIL, as it attempts to both gain a foothold in standard educational practice and at the same time convince its doubters that it can really deliver.
Despite the self-explanatory nature of the phrase ‘Content and Language Integrated Learning’, the true nature of CLIL still remains elusive. This introductory article (of four) briefly analyses a series of broadly-accepted definitions of CLIL as a way of highlighting its most significant characteristics.