Introduction to CLIL
CLIL (content and language integrated learning) methodology can provide the necessary tools that teachers need to guide understanding and support the learning of their students.
CLIL is not a new form of language education. It is not a new form of subject education. It is an innovative fusion of both. Inherent to both definitions is the bringing together of two areas that for the most part had stood apart: subject teaching and language teaching.
CLIL programs aim to increase students’ subject-area knowledge while at the same time improving their knowledge of and skills in the target language. In addition, students should improve their own ability to learn and come to understand and appreciate a new culture.
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Course fee: 480 euros per participant (6-day course).
- Learning Together’s Welcome Kit;
- A Daily Program designed by our trainers;
- Welcome Dinner to meet your new colleagues;
- Daily Coffee Break;
- Logistic, organizational and administrative support from headquarters;
- Daily assistance and on-call support throughout the whole week.
- Daily assistance and suggestions (restaurants, sightseeing, hospitals…) – we also have a section on our website dedicated to Discovering Porto (eating, sleeping, sightseeing suggestions) that we always recommend our participants to check out.
The course aims to introduce and explain the CLIL approach to teaching academic subjects, while also helping participants to refresh their own English language skills.
This course will comprehensively examine all aspects of CLIL while giving participants the opportunity to practice the methodology. Participants will understand the needs of learners and will develop and practice teaching techniques that can support and motivate subject students in new ways.
Expand and improve participants’ understanding, expertise and skills related to CLIL;
Combine subject goals with associated language goals in learner-centred lessons;
Apply the knowledge and skills to create their own high-quality CLIL education;
Apply the knowledge and skills to develop a subject and language integrated curriculum;
Improve how to manage a CLIL lesson: materials, time management, coordination with colleagues;
Practice presentation and lecturing skills;
Reinforce self-awareness as a European citizen;
Share ideas and resources with other teachers and gain different education practices and policies;
Improve communication, social and English skills.
- Introduction to CLIL Methodology
- The origin of CLIL – What does it mean to combine content and language?
- Key terminology
- Combining language and content: Advantages and Disadvantages
- Implementing CLIL in different subjects
- Lesson plans in ClIL: Framework for planning CLIL lessons
- The 4Cs of CLIL
- How to start a CLIL lesson
- ICT in CLIL classroom
- How to create a digital environment in school
- Setting up Interactive Exercises
- Problem–Solving Activities within a CLIL Classroom
- Games in CLIL as a vehicle for learning
- Language skills in CLIL: Listening, speaking, reading, and writing
- Developing CLIL materials
- Classroom Management
- Presentation of participants’ learning portfolios
- Final reflection
- Course roundup and review
- Learning Outcomes validation
- Certification Ceremony
*This schedule/ program describes likely activities but may differ based on the trainer's discretion and objectives.
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