Content and Language Integrated Learning (Secondary)
Who is the course suitable for?
Non-native secondary school teachers who teach their curriculum subject(s) in English.
Participants should have a minimum language level corresponding to B1 in the Common European Framework.
In learning about the theoretical and practical aspects of CLIL and by sharing teaching knowledge and expertise, participants will have a wider understanding of teaching subjects through English along with a number of practical ideas to use as a confident and knowledgeable CLIL teacher.
Description of training content
This course offers 20 hours per week of teaching methodology (Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 13:30) in a maximum group size of 12.
Monday: Introductions and establishing course priorities
Tuesday: What is CLIL?
Wednesday: What does an ESL lesson consist of and how can I integrate it into my lesson?
Thursday: Teaching and recycling vocabulary
Friday: Websites that will save your life (and make you laugh)
Monday: Learner styles
Tuesday: CLIL: How can we bridge the gap between theory and practice?
Wednesday: Activating Schemata: What makes a successful speaking activity?
Thursday: Identifying language in texts and modifying them for class use
Friday: WEBQUEST Shared findings
Monday: Grammar 1: Evaluating presentation techniques.
Tuesday: Q & A session with a CLIL student
Wednesday: Pronunciation and drilling made easy ICQ / CCQ
Thursday: Classroom management issues in the CLIL classroom
Friday: Support strategies for teachers and students
Monday: Materials development and lesson planning
Tuesday: Lessons and feedback
Wednesday: Lessons and feedback
Thursday: Lessons and feedback
Friday: Mentoring and peer feedback. Sharing of resources