Initial CLIL course addressed at Primary teachers. During this course, students will learn some basic principles of CLIL methodology and they will also practice the theory through practical activities.
Learn how to teach non-linguistic areas or subjects in the English language.
Learn the key concepts related to CLIL methodology.
Provide methodological and linguistic resources.
Provide a wide range of resources related to CLIL.
Learn how to use scaffolding strategies in order to support the language learning process.
Distinguish between input and output. To be able to use both of them.
Design a CLIL activity.
Module 1. Hello, CLIL!
Language acquisition and foreign Language learning: An introduction to language acquisition – Theories related to foreign Language learning – Acquisition of a foreign language in multilingual environments
Using languages to learn and learning to use languages: Conclusion – Resources
Module 2. CLIL keys
The 4Cs framework: Content – Communication – Cognition – Culture
Oliver Meyer’s strategies for CLIL: Rich input – Scaffolding learning – The cultural dimension – Provide activities to develop High-order thinking skills
Module 3. CLIL task creation
Scaffolding and tips for good scaffolding: Introduction to scaffolding – Tips for good scaffolding
Examples of CLIL tasks for Primary Education