This book is a masterful introduction to CLIL, the major trend in education since the beginning of millennium. The theory which underpins the teaching of a content subject through another language is summarized, whereas its practical application is discussed, as well as the key directions for the development of research and practice.
Technology is a powerful source of learning so this infographic will help us understand that social media, photography skills and making apps can benefit your language students massively. There are at least 21 ways to be a relevant and effective 21st-century teacher for your students.
David Marsh is defined as a CLIL-man, which his work and talks amazingly prove. Hopefully his 9-minute explanation on how CLIL benefits learners across cultures will inspire you to get more of his content: books, videos, talks and materials.
We are back to the One Stop English website because here multitudes of resources are provided for students aged 11-18. Thanks to free sheets and well-explained theory, we see how English can be taught across curriculum and as pleasure for both students and teachers.
The bilingual blog of Isabel Peres not only enables teachers to refresh their knowledge of English and Spanish as they browse through, but it also provides real CLIL treasures with almost 100 subsections. It is always a pleasure to see well-organized, user-friendly content which was created with so much enthusiasm and knowledge.
One Stop English helped us understand all subcategories in the CLIL method as they ask you whether you are a CLIL teacher. The link also includes CLIL Teacher Magazine and news about the latest methodology. It is one of those pages that you will come back to again and again.
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is a competence-based teaching approach which involves teaching both language and subject as defined, "using language to learn, learning to use language." The substantial material is provided, as well as videos from teachers in different education systems and countries.