Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
CLIL fosters a greater understanding of a language by conceptualising it around a concrete subject framework. It is widely agreed that this approach adds a deeper level of understanding and assimilation.
Our one- or two-week CLIL Programs are focussed on developing the key skills needed for teaching CLIL effectively in a broad range of environments.
This teacher-oriented development program is delivered by highly experienced, Cambridge qualified Teacher Trainers and will provide teachers with practical ideas to use in the classroom as well as their theoretical background.
Who is the CLIL course for?
How can I fund this course?
This course is appropriate for teachers teaching primary all the way up to university. It is also beneficial to language teachers who support subject teachers. Programme participants should have an English level of B1 or B2 as a minimum requirement.
Self-funding this course is the easiest and fastest way to securing a place for you in this course.
Our courses are compliant with all the rules of Erasmus+ funding. Reach out to us to find out more.
Even post-BREXIT, it is still possible to fund this course using the Touring Scheme.
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What are the benefits of this course?
- The CLIL course assists teachers in improving learner motivation.
- The CLIL course helps teachers to develop their portfolios.
- The CLIL method taught in this course enhances learner cognitive development.
Definitions and theoretical foundations of CLIL
Planning a CLIL lesson
Selecting & developing materials
What topic are covered in this course?
- Teacher competencies
- Defining learning objectives
- Task complexity and sequencing: from input to output
- Scaffolding content, scaffolding language
- Adapting materials for the CLIL classroom
- Creating CLIL materials
- Summative assessment: what makes a good exam question?
- Formative assessment: tips and techniques