In order to investigate issues to be taken into account in promoting the use of CLIL methodology as far as mathematics is concerned, the course presents analytical models suitable for the different ways the L2 is used in Maths teaching.
As to mathematics being taught using CLIL methodology, the course is focused on a linguistic approach, which is exploited to analyse different types of discourse emerging in Maths classroom, where students need specific vocabulary to talk about and do maths.
450 CTS in Introduction to CLIL in Primary Maths
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.
460.01 – Group Building – Teacher Roles and Attitudes
460.02 – Recap of CLIL Primary instruction
460.03 – Planning the Year and Lessons
460.04 – Video Lesson Analysis – primary teacher perspective
460.05 – How to Exploit Videos – How to work with a Text
460.06 – Primary Learner Styles – Learner Autonomy
460.07 – Project Work in Primary CLIL Classroom
460.08 – 1st Project Work – Mapping the Course Book
460.09 – The Importance of Supplementing
460.10 – Video Lesson Analysis – student perspective
460.11 – 2nd Project Work – Unit Lesson Planning
460.12 – Ways to Measure and Assess Learning