CLIL in primary classes. Tracey Sinclair And you!!!. CLIL or Culture studies. What is the difference ? Does any difference matter ?. Areas of lexis. Let ’s see what we know Words related to CLIL. CLIL Aims. The 4 Cs: Content Communication Cognition
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CLIL in primary classes Tracey Sinclair And you!!!
CLIL or Culture studies Whatis the difference? Doesanydifferencematter?
Areas of lexis Let’s seewhatwe know • Wordsrelatedto CLIL
CLIL Aims • The 4 Cs: • Content • Communication • Cognition • Culture (aka Citizenship or Community)
CLIL aims to: • Introduce learners to new ideas and concepts in curriculum areas • Improve learners’ performance in both content subjects and target language • Encourage stronger links with citizenship curriculum • Increase learners’ confidence in the target language
CLIL aims to: • Make the content subject the primary focus of classroom materials • Enable learners to access what they already know and extend on it • Provide cognitively challenging materials from the beginning
Communicative skills • Agreeing and disagreeing • Asking questions • Clarifying what has already been said • Comparing and contrasting • Describing • Explaining a point of view • Expressing ideas • Predicting • etc
Communicating skills • What language do you need to be able to do these things: • Agreeing and disagreeing • Asking questions • Clarifying what has already been said • Comparing and contrasting • Describing • Explaining a point of view • Expressing ideas • Predicting • etc
Choosing materials • Editing • Pretesting • Rejecting • Revising • Itemising • Analysing • etc
Terminology • For teachers • For example? • For pupils • For example?
Visual aids • Charts • Flash cards • Flow diagrams • Diagrams in general • And???
Auditory aids • Songs • Music • Chants • Rhythms • Rhymes • Pronunciation • And???
Auditory aids • Classroom language • Rules L1 and/or L2 • Questions: open, closed, display • Target language is ENGLISH??? • And???
Lexis • What words MUST they know? • What words SHOULD they know? • How can I teach the new words? • How can the students teach ME? • And???
Lexis Let’s choose a topic • Words they MUST know • Words SHOULD they know • How can I teach the new words ? • How can students teach ME? • And???
Planning a lesson • Choose a topic • Time of class? • Level of students? • Team teaching or single teacher? • A one-off lesson or series? • Language to know • WHY THIS TOPIC?
Planning a lesson • Aims • Steps • Rules (do I need them) • Activities and materials needed • Skills needed • Skills used • And?
Planning a lesson • What am I most confident in (subject)? • What am I most confident at (skills)? • What are my SS most confident in? • What are my SS most confident at? • Do we clash or agree? • What will I most enjoy? • What will they most enjoy? • Easy or difficult?
Describing a process • The diagram shows .... • First of all .... • Then .... • Next ..... • After that .... • Finally .....
Thinking Maps • Circle • Tree • Bubble • Double bubble • Flow • Multi-flow • Brace • Bridge
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