CLIL Course – Nottingham 2009. EXPERIMENTING WITH PHYSICAL PROCESSES Anabel Borràs González CEIP Joan Sallarès i Pla. Main aspects of the presentation. The school & the background Our English project Theoretical approach A general overview Some activities Assessment Conclusion.
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CLIL Course – Nottingham 2009 EXPERIMENTING WITH PHYSICAL PROCESSES Anabel Borràs GonzálezCEIP Joan Sallarès i Pla
Main aspects of the presentation • The school & the background • Our English project • Theoretical approach • A general overview • Some activities • Assessment • Conclusion
My school It’s a CAEP Around 400 students and 40 teachers Infant + Primary education 2 form entry Learners’ mother tongue: 80% Spanish (including South-american) , 5% Catalan, 15% others
The background • Sabadell – Campoamor • Industrial area • Mainly state subsidised housing • Large number of gypsies and immigrants (foreigners + other Spanish communities) • Working class – low/medium economic level
Our English project Oral language (split group) CM&CS – 1h/ fortnight Infant P5 30 mins. a week English bags, theater, role plays, projects, ICT CLIL CI – Art&crafts – 1’30 CM&CS – Science – 1 unit per term English CI – 1’30 CM – 2 CS – 2’30
CLIL – Art & crafts • Art & crafts • Artists: Mondrian, Seurat, Warhol. • The seasons: displays, crafts. • Festivities: Halloween, Xmas, Easter, Carnival. • Topics worked in the English class: toys, pets, fruit, house, clothes. • Songs & rhymes: Old McDonald, 2 little butterflies, Humpty Dumpty, Incy Wincy Spider.
CLIL - Science • CM-1: matter states, plants, recycling. • CM-2: dissolving, the senses, transport. • CS-1: magnetism, machines, the pond. • CS-2: volcanoes, light, substances.
Theoretical approach • The 4Cs – in the whole planning • Bloom’s Taxonomy – cognition • Cummins’ Matrix – cognition+language • The 3As – language of, for and through • Vygotsky ZPD – activities • Scaffolding – activities
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Conclusion • Explain what CLIL is to colleagues but also to the rest of teachers • Review all the Science and Art&crafts lessons to introduce the 4Cs methodology and teach THROUGH English • Scaffold EVERYTHING • Create an individual CLIL portfolio • Always try to be in touch with people who works with CLIL to get feedback