CLIL is an innovative approach to language teaching, where students are exposed to foreign language while learning the content about subjects such as geography, fine arts, science etc. This course concentrates upon the practical aspects of teaching CLIL at different levels, including use of scaffolding strategies, integration of four language skills or assessment.
Application form relevant topics
New innovative curricula/educational methods/development of training courses, Teaching and learning of foreign languages, Pedagogy and didactics
CLIL course is structured into 17 thematic modules. It is designed as a series of workshops that are composed of discussions, hand-on activities, and practical tips how to implement CLIL to schools. You will experience CLIL activities from the perspective of students, design lesson plan and teach it within a micro-teaching session in our course.
- Module 01 – Introduction to CLIL Methodology, Practice in Selected European Countries
- Module 02 – Benefits and Risks of CLIL
- Module 03 – Language Showers
- Module 04 – An Example of a CLIL Lesson
- Module 05 – CLIL Activities across the Primary School Curriculum
- Module 06 – Classroom Materials and CLIL Resources
- Module 07 – CLIL in Secondary Schools
- Module 08 – Real‐world Tasks in CLIL and Problem Solving
- Module 09 – Scaffolding Strategies
- Module 10 – Teaching Methods and Techniques Suitable for CLIL
- Module 11 – How to Prepare a Good CLIL lesson
- Module 12 – English for Classroom Management
- Module 13 – ICT in CLIL
- Module 14 – How to Start CLIL in my School
- Module 15 – Assessment in CLIL
- Module 16 – Students’ Presentations of CLIL Lesson Plans
- Module 17 – Individual Projects and their presentations
Guided City Tour
- Develop practical classroom skills to teach CLIL, show effective techniques when teaching learners’ whose mother tongue is not the medium of instruction, promote teaching content in cross-curricular platform.
- Gain techniques for working in linguistically heterogeneous classrooms with regards to inclusive approach, promote intercultural awareness.
- Generate ready‐to‐use materials and ideas, discover the process of CLIL implementation into schools, enhance good quality of mainstream education.
- Improve competencies in using ICT in CLIL lessons, develop digital skills and media literacy, promote open educational resources and open learning environment.
- Apply CLIL method, encourage student’s critical and creative thinking, employ authentic communication and solving real-world tasks; foster innovative, student-centred pedagogies.
- Enrich communication skills, improve foreign language competencies, broaden professional vocabulary, promote EU’s broad linguistic diversity.
- Revise and develop personal and professional competences, build confidence in using CLIL methods in classrooms and teaching through a foreign language.
- Meet colleagues of different nationalities within the EU, engage in cross-cultural learning experience, exchange ideas and build a network for future international cooperation.
- Gain broader understanding of practices, policies and systems of education of different countries, cultivate mutual respect, intercultural awareness and embed common educational and training values.
General Course Information
Before the course:
You would be required to fill a Questionnaire.
You will receive “ITC Guide Document” where you will find all necessary information.
After the Course:
Course evaluation form
Course materials in electronical form / Other materials for self-study and dissemination of the techniques.
18. 02. - 22. 02. 2019
15. 04. - 19. 04. 2019
23. 09. - 27. 09. 2019
02. 12. - 06. 12. 2019
17. 02. - 21. 02. 2020
13. 04. - 17. 04. 2020
03. 08. - 07. 08. 2020
30. 11. - 04. 12. 2020
15. 02. - 19. 02. 2021
12. 04. - 16. 04. 2021
02. 08. - 06. 08. 2021
29. 11. - 03. 12. 2021
courses in BARCELONA, HELSINKI, KARLSHAMN, LONDON,
EACH COURSE WILL BE HELD WITH MINIMUM OF 10 COURSE PARTICIPANTS