505313-L LLP-1-2009-1-IT-KA2-KA2MP. Fair Assessment in CLIL. John Clegg.
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CLIL is teaching subjects through L2:
A CLIL programme has either:
CLIL programmes often have
In CLIL programmes you can assess:
It may work, but:
Assessment makes CLIL teachers clarify their objectives and methodology
Subject standards in CLIL must be equal to or better than in L1-medium teaching
CLIL programmes must have reliable subject performance data
We don’t know for sure whether CLIL increases subject or language levels
We need data, especially reliable assessment outcomes
Learner language levels influence our choice of assessment methods
We need practical knowledge about how to assess in CLIL