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Techno-CLIL 2019

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Session Title: 

 

TECHNO-CLIL 2019

 

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Abstract: 

CLIL – Content and Language Integrated Learning - is a "dual focus" methodology, fostering the development of language competences and the delivery of subject content at the same time. It refers to the learning of a curricular subject in a foreign language, with great advantages in terms of students' learning outcomes and cognitive processes. CLIL is spreading more and more, as an integrated part of school curricula in many countries. In order to implement this innovative approach, the role of teacher training is essential. This EVO session is aimed at spreading CLIL methodology, combining teaching strategies and technical tools and eliciting reflections and discussions among teachers from all over the world. It is important to share good practices from the different countries and learn from other colleagues through synchronous and asynchronous web meetings.

 Webinars with national and international CLIL experts will be a highlight of this session.

 

 A Moodle platform will be used for this session.


 

Target audience:

Primary and secondary school teachers

• Inexperienced teachers who want to implement a CLIL approach

• Experienced language teachers who want to learn about a CLIL approach and teach CLIL

• Experienced subject teachers who want to teach their subject in English

• Inexperienced and experienced teachers of sheltered instruction

• Inexperienced and experienced teachers who implement a content-based/centered learning approach.

 

Session objectives:

By the end of the session, participants will have:

 

• read about and discussed the theory, methodology and practice behind a CLIL approach

• considered how to plan CLIL class activities using the Internet and 2.0 web tools

• considered and discussed teaching and assessing learners studying through a CLIL approach

• reflected upon their awareness of what CLIL is and on how to teach through it.

 

Syllabus:

 

This EVO session is aimed at spreading CLIL methodology combining teaching strategies and technical tools, eliciting reflections and discussions among teachers from all over the world.

 

Week 1:

 

A GLOBAL APPROACH TO CLIL

 

The what and why of CLIL

CLIL around the world

The CLIL teacher profile

The CLIL team

 

Introductions: sharing experiences with CLIL, comparing methodologies and strategies from all over the world.

 

Tasks:

  • Introduce yourself
  • Checklist: "How CLIL are you?"
  • Read about Content and Language Integrated Learning: useful study materials
  • Share your experiences with CLIL
  • A CLILquest.

 

 


Week 2:

 

FOCUS ON LANGUAGE

 

The roles of language in CLIL

BICS and CALP

Vocabulary in CLIL

Language and skills for CLIL

Language for thinking

Translanguaging

 

Exploring the potential of Web 2.0 in the implementation of CLIL.

Participants will be guided through the exploration of some of the most powerful and effective webtools and websites to work with words and expressions.

Suggestions, ideas and formats will be given to focus on language.

 

Task:

Focus on language: play and teach with words

 


 

Week 3:

 

SCAFFOLDING

 

CLIL pathways

The CLIL matrix

Teaching and learning strategies

Activating and guiding understanding

Supporting communication (speaking/writing)

The Pluriliteracies wheel

 

 

Planning and implementing a CLIL path.

Hints and suggestions about planning and implementing a CLIL path .

Participants will be guided to explore some tools for planning a CLIL pathway and implementing it in the most effective way.

 

Tasks: 

Let’s work on a CLIL lesson plan

Let's create and use graphic organizers.

 

 


 

Week 4:

 

FOCUS ON (PEER)EVALUATION AND (SELF)ASSESSMENT

 

Rubrics

Peer-evaluation

Assessment

Self- Assessment

 

Examples and reflections

Participants will be guided to create a rubric.

 

Task:

Let’s make a rubric

 

 


 

Week 5:

 

 

CLIL repository

 

Participants will be guided to find, create and assemble resources in order to build up a TES lesson to be used in innovative CLIL environments (BYOD; Flipped Classroom).

 

Task: 

Let’s work on a CLIL repository: a TES lesson

 


 

Media:

 

Moodle platform for asynchronous activities; devoted platform for synchronous meetings; Twitter, Facebook Group;  Telegram.

 

Sponsors

 

 

 

Join this session

 

 

Pre-Registration from January 7 to January 13, 2019

Course starts on January, 14, 2019

 

 

To join this session:

 

  1. Go to http://onlinepaths.eu/course/view.php?id=79#section-0

 

     2.  Create your account. 

     3. An email will be immediately sent to your email address.

     4. Read your email, and click on the web link it contains.

     5. Your account will be confirmed and you will be logged in.

     6. Now, select the course you want to participate in (Techno-CLIL 2019)

   

 

 

 

Name (last, first)

Email address

Location (country of residence)

Biodata (not more than 50 words)  

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Daniela Cuccurullo

danielacuccurullo@gmail.com Naple, Italy

Contract Professor of English and of didactics and multimedia teaching at the University of Naples, School teacher of English, teacher trainer, e-tutor, forum moderator and author of digital contents.

Engaged in research on teaching English as a second language through multimedia and CALL/MALL/MALU, she has presented papers at national and international conferences and is the author of essays on didactics and English literature, reviews and translations. She has planned, coordinated and taught CLIL courses at International, national and local levels.

 

Letizia Cinganotto

letizia.cinganotto@gmail.com

Rome, Italy

 

PhD, Researcher at the Italian Institute for Documentation, Innovation, Educational Research.

Former teacher of English, teacher trainer and author of digital contents.

She worked for several years at the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, dealing with issues relating to the Upper Secondary School Reform, with particular focus on foreign languages and on CLIL.

She has presented papers at national and international conferences and published articles and chapters in national and international peer-reviewed journals and an e-book in English with Daniela Cuccurullo.

 

 

 

 

 

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