Language for teaching
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Mode of delivery:
Language is oftentimes taken for granted, where learners do not have access to the language needed to successfully operate in the classroom tasks and activities. This course will help participants better understand the role functional and academic language plays in the CLIL class, where focus will be on developing learner communication, identifying the language demands involved in the CLIL classroom, describing parts of speech and grammatical structures. Participants will analyze existing materials and identify the subject-specific language & functional language needed for the success of that lesson.
Professors of any field teaching subject in English
(English level required: B2+)
Mode of delivery: Online
100% virtual course with one real-time session per week
Type of certification
Evidence of learning
2 CLIL Focused Lesson Plans
In order to earn a CLIL (Content & Language Integrated Learning) Certficate you must take the following 4 courses:
- 120 hours
- 12 weeks
CLIL unit planning and lesson planning
Planning a CLIL lesson requires certain skills and competences, since you have to combine both language and content. There are several aspects that need to be considered in order to successfully plan a good CLIL lesson.
Focusing on assessment in CLIL
The course provides participants with an overall understanding of the principles of CLIL in relation to assessment and evaluation.
Essentials for CLIL implementation using technology
The use of information and communications technology has become an essential apart of the teaching and learning process. However, are you ready to embrace it or are you trying to avoid it?
Essentials for CLIL implementation