Through this course, participants – secondary EMI Science teachers –will become more aware of ‘modern’ approaches to CLIL teaching. The course provides the participants with tools and techniques supporting both the language and the subject learning in secondary school.
The course intends to give insights into basic rationale and rules of integrating secondary school content and language. It focuses on specific attention to subject-specific vocabulary and how to work with it in the classroom to help students boost their subject knowledge. The course also addresses classroom management issues, teacher language, specifically in asking questions, eliciting students’ knowledge and giving clear instructions and explanations.
Through this course, participants will become more aware of ‘modern’ approaches to CLIL teaching, which prepare learners to study in any higher English-medium institution.
The course is based on modern research into both language and science teaching and learning. It provides the participants with tools and techniques supporting both the language and the subject learning.
Requirements for a Certificate:
Minimum attendance requirement is 75% of course events.
Assessed portfolio work for practical tasks like group and individual planning, observation, demonstration, micro-teaching, discussion and feedback sessions.
1000-word end of course Reflective Essay.
430.01 – What is CLIL instruction – Working with data
430.02 – Teaching Science
430.03 – Language in CLIL
430.04 – Classroom management
430.05 – Teacher language 1 – Elicitation
430.06 – Vocabulary in CLIL
430.07 – Teacher language 2 – Questions
430.08 – Lesson planning 1 – Video practice
430.09 – Giving clear instructions
430.10 – Lesson planning 2 – Text
430.11 – Student autonomy and St-St interaction
430.12 – Demo lessons