An Introduction to CLIL. The European Language Label Cracow, 14-16 October 2005 Ana Llinares Universidad Autonoma Madrid. CLIL/CBI: ORIGINS AND DEFINITIONS. Associated with the genesis of language immersion education in Canada (1965)
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The European Language Label
Cracow, 14-16 October 2005
Universidad Autonoma Madrid
1.Enhance student involvement
3.Promote student-student interaction
4. Work on academic skills and strategies characteristic of the subject matter
5. Work on communication skills for academic purposes
6.Access to information and communication technologies
7.Accept code-switching as a normal feature of CLIL classroom
8.Joint assessment of content and communication skills
Students have to be competent in one ore more foreign languages, in addition to Spanish and, in some cases, their regional language (Multilingualism).