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Hard CLIL or soft CLIL? That is the question.

Hard CLIL or soft CLIL? That is the question.

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Hard CLIL or soft CLIL? That is the question.

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  1. Hard CLIL or soft CLIL? That is the question. Norman Cain

  2. How old is CLIL? The term CLIL was ‘invented’ by David Marsh, University of Jyväskylä, Finland in 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."

  3. Are you a CLIL teacher? Bilingual Integration of Languages and Disciplines (BILD) Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Content and Language Integration in Primary CLIP Content-based Instruction (CBI) Content-based Language Instruction (CBLI) Content-based Language Teaching (CBLT) English Across the Curriculum (EAC) Languages Across the Curriculum (LAC) Teaching Content Through English Teaching English Through Content

  4. What is Hard (or Strong) CLIL? This is CLIL where the teaching and learning is focused primarily on the subject content and so is content-driven This means that the subject content is given primary focus, this applies to both content and the administrative implications. For example, a school that uses total immersion – where the academic (and possibly social) medium is in the new language – would operate under a strong version of CLIL and favoursubject concepts and skills in the language being taught. .

  5. What is Soft (or Weak) CLIL? The soft version of CLIL is one in which the teaching and learning is focusedprimarilyon language and so islanguage-driven. A language-driven approach mean foreign language classes using more content than is typical of such programmes, or using didactic units which make greater use of subject-based content. The language-driven approach has language learning as its basic objective.

  6. What is Mid (or Comfortable) CLIL? The mid (or ‘comfortable’) version of CLIL is one where lesson subjects, or parts of subjects, are taught via a foreign language with dual-focused aims, and where learning is a combinationofbothlanguage and content.

  7. What’s that? Why is it useful?

  8. What shapes our world?

  9. Exploiting posters

  10. What shapes can you see? What are they? Wcos Nesh Peesh Hifs

  11. Which food comes from where?

  12. How do we categorise food?

  13. Where do we buy food?

  14. Places

  15. What is it?

  16. Art

  17. People

  18. How many different types of food can you see?

  19. How many different animals can you see?

  20. Animals

  21. What’s the language & topic?

  22. What do plants and people need to grow? Three things Can you find the words? wahesunterlightat

  23. The W…… C…….

  24. Spring seeds leaves sun water a flower

  25. Italian or English? Guarda il ciclo della vita e scrivi le parole. Ecco un seme di girasole. Si semina in primavera e poi inizia a crescere e diventa una pianta. Ha bisogno di concime, calore e acqua. Dopo qualche settimana spuntano le foglie e allora ci vuole tanto sole. Poi arrivano i fiori – guarda come si girano verso il sole! Quando il colore del fiore cambia da giallo a marrone si vedono tanti semi. Alcuni semi puoi darli agli uccelli, altri puoi tenerli per piantarli la prossima primavera quando il ciclo della natura ricomincia, oppure puoi mangiarli tu!

  26. What’s the topic?

  27. From the pictures do you know this story?

  28. What does the story cover? Different foods Another cycle – The cycle of life The past tense!!! Yes, but that’s not a problem for CLIL and that’s another session!!

  29. All I can say now is Don’t forget to CLIL out!! Thank you