‘CLIL’ stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning. The best way to learn English is in English class, of course, but students will develop their language skills faster and more effectively if English is the tool to learn other subjects as well.
Discover how to plan, teach, and assess in a CLIL context. Design theory and practise more effectively and cover the learning outcomes of your class.
When we can become aware of opportunities that offer the possibility for personal growth and academic growth, we
are more likely to be actively involved in the process. This process requires developing a “Growth Mindset.”
- Determine the role of the CLIL teacher.
- Design an effective course activities utilizing the main 8 mindsets
- Create material that incorporates metacognitive strategies and “learning to learn”
- Get personal and hands-on experience in developing a growth mindset
- Use the components of transformational teaching and learning to construct activities and projects
- Use a wide range of resources and materials such as ICT tools.
- Put into practice different CLIL techniques for different stages in a lesson.
- Learn how and which aspects evaluate in CLIL.
Reflect on teaching CLIL in different contexts and be able to face challenges in any classroom situation.