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Developing Young Learners’ Logical/Deductive Thinking Skills and Second Language Skills through a CLIL approach

Alvarenga, Denise Maria de Figueiredo
Fonte: Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa Publicador: Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em /09/2012 ENG
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Trabalho de Projecto apresentado para cumprimento dos requisitos necessários à obtenção do grau de Mestre em Teaching English as a Second / Foreign Language.; Este trabalho de projeto procura explorar os enúmeros benefícios do uso de uma abordagem CLIL no ensino da língua inglesa como língua estrangeira e simultaneamente avaliar a possibilidade de melhorar competências matemáticas e competências associadas a uma língua estrageira através de uma abordagem CLIL, com crianças do 1º ciclo do Ensino Básico. Este action research tem como objetivo responder à pergunta É possivel melhorar competências matemáticas e competências associadas a uma língua estrangeiraatravés de uma abordagem CLIL? Este action research foi estruturado usando uma abordagem CLIL e desenvolveu-se numa escola privada, envolvendo um grupo de 18 crianças que frequentavam o 4º ano de escolaridade. Estas crianças inscreveram-se no English Club que tinha lugar uma vez por semana durante meia hora. As crianças participantes neste projecto trabalhavam em grupos tendo participado em cinco ciclos de trabalho com diferentes níveis de dificuldade, onde tiveram de completar atividades matemáticas que envolviam problemas matemáticos de lógica e dedução. Estes cinco ciclos de trabalho foram desenvolvidos usando uma abordagem Task-Based Learning. Tendo em conta toda a informação recolhida neste projeto...

Towars quality CLIL: successful planning and teaching strategies; Hacia un CLIL/AICLE de calidad : estrategias efectivas de planificación y enseñanza

Meyer, Oliver
Fonte: Escuela Cardenal Cisneros. Centro Adscrito a la UAH Publicador: Escuela Cardenal Cisneros. Centro Adscrito a la UAH
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is currently gaining considerable momentum and it is being integrated into curricula all across Europe. However, there is still a lack of appropriate teaching materials and a comprehensive and integrative CLIL methodology has yet to be developed. Legitimate concerns have been raised that practitioners may fail to reach the inherent potential of the CLIL approach unless they embrace the specific CLIL mindset and are provided with the methodological competences needed to bring this innovative approach to life and to ensure quality teaching and learning. This article intends to address this problem by establishing quality criteria for successful and sustainable CLIL teaching and learning and by introducing a fl exible planning tool that enables teachers to develop innovative materials based on the 4Cs-Framework (Coyle).; El aprendizaje integrado de contenidos y lengua extranjera (AICLE/CLIL) está tomando un impulso considerable, prueba de ello es que está siendo integrado en los programas académicos de toda Europa. Sin embargo, hay todavía una falta de materiales didácticos adecuados para su práctica, y queda todavía por desarrollar un enfoque CLIL integral e integrador. Existe la legítima preocupación de que los educadores no lleguen a alcanzar el potencial inherente del enfoque AICLE sino adoptan una mentalidad AICLE y unas competencias metodológicas idóneas para hacer que este enfoque innovador cobre vida y asegurar un proceso de enseñanza y aprendizaje de calidad. Este artículo intenta referirse a este problema estableciendo criterios de calidad que ayuden a conseguir una enseñanza y aprendizaje CLIL exitoso y sostenible...

Where is CLIL taking us?; ¿Hacia dónde nos está llevando el CLIL?

Arnold, Wendy
Fonte: Escuela Cardenal Cisneros. Centro Adscrito a la UAH Publicador: Escuela Cardenal Cisneros. Centro Adscrito a la UAH
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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CLIL is a chameleon which means different things to different contexts. It is generating a whole new ELT industry. So is this just a new fad or is it something seriously groundbreaking in education? This article explores the what, the why, the how and give a personal opinion. It will briefly explore the implications of CLIL on ELT materials and teacher training in the future.; CLIL es un concepto camaleónico que signifi ca diferentes cosas en diferentes contextos y que está generando un nuevo sector de la enseñanza del inglés. ¿Se trata de una nueva moda o es en cambio algo seriamente innovador en educación? Este artículo explora el qué, el por qué y el cómo y da una opinión personal sobre estas cuestiones. En él se abordan brevemente las implicaciones del CLIL en los materiales y en la formación para la enseñanza del inglés en el futuro.

El teatro como recurso didáctico en la metodología CLIL : un enfoque competencial

Nicolás Román, Susana
Fonte: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá Publicador: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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Las últimas investigaciones en el campo CLIL evidencian que el bilingüismo en la escuela contribuye de manera eficiente a la mejora de la competencia comunicativa y al aprendizaje de otras asignaturas. Este nuevo enfoque propone el trabajo por competencias, la motivación intrínseca y la autenticidad del lenguaje como sus exponentes fundamentales. Considerando el teatro como acto esencial de comunicación, este ensayo propone la explotación del teatro como una de las mejores técnicas didácticas a desarrollar en una clase CLIL. Asimismo, propone una introducción al teatro bilingüe como una práctica innovadora y efectiva en el aula de idiomas.; The latest research into the field of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) evidences that bilingualism at school efficiently contributes to the improvement of communicative competence and the learning of other subjects. This new focus poses the topic of competences approach, intrinsic motivation and the authenticity of class language as its fundamental exponents. Considering theatre as an essential act of communication, this essay proposes the exploitation of theatre as one of the best didactic techniques to be developed in a CLIL class. In addition, it proposes an introduction to bilingual theatre as an innovative and effective practice in the language classroom.

Criteria for producing CLIL learning material

Mehisto, Peeter
Fonte: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá Publicador: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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This article first describes some general criteria that can be applied to the development of any type of learning materials. Second, the article lists criteria for creating CLIL (content and language integrated learning)-specific learning materials, and provides examples of how to apply each proposed criterion whilst also providing a corresponding rationale with references. Third, additional requirements pertaining, among others, to technical, environmental and social issues that apply equally to CLIL and non-CLIL materials are presented. This article aims to serve as a practical tool for CLIL materials development, hence it uses an atypical format and structure.; Este artículo describe en primer lugar un conjunto de criterios que pueden aplicarse a la elaboración de cualquier tipo de material docente. En segundo lugar, el artículo ofrece una lista de criterios para crear materiales de aprendizaje CLIL específicos, sugiriendo ejemplos de cómo aplicar cada criterio, al tiempo que su justificación teórica. En tercer lugar, presenta una serie de requisitos adicionales relacionados, entre otras, con cuestiones técnicas, ambientales y sociales que pueden aplicarse tanto a materiales CLIL como a otros materiales. Al ser el objetivo del artículo servir de herramienta práctica para la elaboración de materiales CLIL...

Content and language integrated learning (CLIL): limitations and possibilities

Harrop, Ena
Fonte: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá Publicador: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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CLIL is currently enjoying a surge in popularity across the world in its cross-curricular form. While the structural difficulties in implementing CLIL are often recognised, there is little discussion of its inherent limitations. Focusing on cross-curricular programmes, this article analyses critically four of CLIL’s central claims against the evidence of the latest research. The claims analysed are: CLIL leads to greater linguistic proficiency, it boosts motivation, it is suitable for learners of all abilities and it leads to greater intercultural awareness. The article concludes that while all four claims are, to a large degree, substantiated by the evidence, there are also clear limitations, stemming from theoretical and methodological shortcomings of the CLIL model, as well as from its interaction with contextual factors. The article suggests a number of ways in which these limitations can be addressed and concludes that, unless remedied, they could lead to an understandable yet regrettable disappointment with a model that is genuinely promising.; CLIL goza en estos momentos de enorme popularidad a nivel internacional. Mientras que sus dificultades logísticas y estructurales se reconocen ampliamente, sus limitaciones intrínsecas son objeto de escaso debate. Este artículo analiza de forma crítica cuatro de los postulados centrales de sus programas croscurriculares en base a las investigaciones más recientes. Los postulados analizados son los siguientes: CLIL conduce a mayor competencia lingüística...

CLIL Teacher Development: Challenges and Experiences

Banegas, Dario Luis
Fonte: Universidade La Sabana Publicador: Universidade La Sabana
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Content and Language Integrated Learning is regarded as an innovative or alternative approach to Communicative Language Teaching. Stakeholders, researchers and other actors involved in teaching foreign language embrace CLIL in the hope that deficiencies in foreign language learning can be overcome so as to meet new socio-economic needs.  However, CLIL is not only about benefits. In this article I will first outline some of its challenges and drawback particularly in reference to teachers and teacher development since other difficulties may be rooted in how teachers are prepared to respond to the new issues that CLIL seems to raise. Secondly, I will describe pre- and in-service CLIL teacher development opportunities partly based on personal experiences at the University of Warwick and then I will describe other personal experiences of workshops in Argentina. Last, I will suggest possible ways of incorporating CLIL understanding in Argentina as an example of an EFL context.

Which score is adequate : approximation to the assessment rationale used in a Science through English CLIL written test

Fuentes, Miquel Àngel
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2013 ENG
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Despite the surge of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) studies in many areas, assessment practices in CLIL contexts are considered to be much unaccounted for (Poisel, 2007; Hönig, 2009, Maggi, 2012). This paper intends to become a contribution to this area and addresses the issue by approaching to the case study of a Science through English CLIL unit implemented on a state-funded secondary school in Barcelona, Spain. The paper focuses on the written test of the unit and analyzes the students’ responses and degree of satisfaction of the teacher after implementing and correcting the test, which provides valuable insights in the light of teacher development and offers a snapshot of CLIL assessment practices and their effects. The results present a close look at the teacher’s attitude towards content and language errors and points out the lights and shadows of assessment in CLIL while highlighting the need of disclosing further assessment practices in similar contexts.; A pesar de la oleada de estudios sobre Aprendizaje Integrado de Contenido en Lengua Extranjera (AICLE) en varias áreas, las prácticas de evaluación en contextos AICLE continúan siendo escasas (Poisel, 2007; Hönig, 2009, Maggi, 2012). Este estudio pretende contribuir a este apartado y trata el problema acercándose a un estudio de caso situado en una unidad de Ciencias a través de Inglés AICLE implementado en una escuela secundaria pública en Barcelona...

TRICLIL 2012 proceedings: Better CLIL: more opportunities in primary, secondary and higher education.

Taula Rodona Internacional TRI-CLIL
Fonte: Bellaterra : Equip col·laboratiu CLIL-SI, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Publicador: Bellaterra : Equip col·laboratiu CLIL-SI, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf; application/pdf; application/pdf
Publicado em //2012 CAT
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Recull de ponències del II International Round Table on CLIL Programmes i del VI Colloquium on CLIL in Catalonia, organitzades a la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona per l'equip col·laboratiu CLIL-SI integrat al Grup de Recerca en Ensenyament i Interacció Plurilingües.

CLIL education policies in Catalonia: looking for collective empowerment through school autonomy

Lorenzo Galés, María Neus
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2012 ENG
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In this article we analyse education policies for language learning in Catalonia, within the European organisational framework. We present educational plans for Catalan schools, developed for empowering foreign language learning to increase academic success, focusing on how social and democratic participation can be built through plurilingualism and integrated language learning approaches (CLIL), as well as through international mobility and eLearning.

Physical education and english integrated learning : how school teachers can develop PE-in-CLIL programmes

Coral, Josep
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2013 CAT
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This paper provides school teachers of Physical Education (PE) with strategies to facilitate the development of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). The article begins by introducing the concept of CLIL and outlining the literature related to both the integration of physical education and language and recent research about PE-in-CLIL. Next, the current scenario of CLIL provision in both pre-service and in-service teacher training in Catalonia is discussed. Then, a PE-in-CLIL development proposal is detailed and presented according to long-, medium- and short-term school planning. The proposal covers school policy , provides a work plan and explains how to plan PE-in-CLIL units and lessons. Finally, the proposal is summarised and teacher training necessities in both educational administration and universities are considered.; L'article proporciona estratègies al professorat d'Educació Física que faciliten la incorporació i aplicació de programes d'Educació Física en AICLE (Aprenentatge Integrat de Continguts i Llegües Estrangeres) als centres educatius. En primer lloc, s'introdueix el concepte AICLE i es revisa la literatura més recent relacionada amb l'ensenyament-aprenentatge integrat de l'Educació Física i la llengua anglesa. Tot seguit es resumeix l'estat actual de la formació del professorat en AICLE. En el següent punt es formula una proposta de planificació –a llarg...

Analysis of the CLIL model in Galicia

San Isidro Agrelo, Fco. Xabier
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 ENG
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III Colloquium on Semi-Immersion in Catalonia; III Encuentro sobre Semi-Inmersión en Cataluña; El Aprendizaje Integrado de Contenidos y Lenguas, CLIL, está cambiando de manera incontestable los parámetros educativos en una gran parte de los estados miembros de la Unión Europea. Al igual que muchos de los sistemas educativos europeos, la administración educativa gallega está dando cada vez más importancia al aprendizaje de lenguas extranjeras o adicionales en base a la necesidad de desarrollar una ciudadanía con competencias plurilingües e interculturales dentro del proceso de globalización que está teniendo lugar en el mundo actual. Galicia, comunidad bilingüe situada en un enclave intercultural por su proximidad a Portugal, comparte con Cataluña y el País Vasco no sólo el bilingüismo, sino también la experiencia en programas de inmersión en lo referente a las lenguas maternas. Esta experiencia ha sentado las bases para el desarrollo de una política educativa de semi-inmersión relacionada con las lenguas extranjeras, que está teniendo como resultado la revitalización del aprendizaje de las mismas. Teniendo en cuenta este contexto, esta comunicación tiene como objetivos: 1) el análisis de las medidas llevadas a cabo por la administración educativa gallega relacionadas con la implementación de CLIL: programas de inmersión en el extranjero...

Using a socio-cultural CLIL pedagogical model to develop subject matter CLIL Courses

Moate, Josephine
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf; application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 SPA
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III Colloquium on Semi-Immersion in Catalonia; III Encuentro sobre Semi-Inmersión en Cataluña; Sociocultural theory suggests that knowledge is a cultural construct initially co-constructed on the social plane, before being internalised by learners. From this perspective the teacher in the subject classroom represents a cultural body of knowledge and is responsible both for the mediation of this knowledge to learners, as well as the apprenticeship of learners into a particular knowledge community. The primary tool in this approach is language. This approach therefore offers a potentially powerful foundation for the construction of subject matter in the CLIL classroom, differing quite significantly from the socio-cognitive approach represented in the 4Cs principles of practice (Mehisto, Frigols & Marsh; 2008). On the basis of the sociocultural approach, a CLIL-specific pedagogical model has been specifically developed to support subject matter CLIL courses in secondary education. This particular CLIL model is being used to develop a number of CLIL courses in a lower secondary school in Central Finland. The CLIL courses are being developed in history, science, home economics and health education. The initial aim of the socio-cultural CLIL model is to provide a discussion tool to help teachers share the specific pedagogical content knowledge connected with their subject matter. The model is then intended to serve as a guide in the negotiated integration of language and content learning. The model highlights the characteristics of subject pedagogy...

The role of tasks in CLIL program development

Gilabert, Roger
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 ENG
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III Colloquium on Semi-Immersion in Catalonia; III Encuentro sobre Semi-Inmersión en Cataluña; The goal of this paper is to discuss the role of tasks and task-based research may play in content and language integrated learning (CLIL) program development. In the last three decades, a large body of research has been conducted in all areas of task-based program development. A number of task-based approaches have looked at how task-based interaction and performance may contribute to L2 development and acquisition. Both from and interactive (i.e. looking at how learners or learners and teachers may interact) and cognitive (i.e. looking at how information is processed in the learners’ mind) perspective, task-based research has triggered promising results for the balanced development of L2 production and acquisition. I suggest that such evidence can be useful for and complementary to current research into and implementation of CLIL. It is argued that content in many subjects (i.e. chemistry, geography) is often organized into tasks, and that program design in CLIL can benefit from what is known about task-based performance and its impact on learners’ interlanguage development. The paper will first deal with how needs analysis may be used to identify the relationship between tasks...

CLIL courses as meeting points for teacher students and professional teachers from different disciplines – CLIL courses as effective platforms for creating cross-curricular projects

Sandberg, Ylva
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf; application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 MUL
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III Colloquium on Semi-Immersion in Catalonia; III Encuentro sobre Semi-Inmersión en Cataluña; Background/Introduction: I am an upper secondary teacher of English and German. Over the last ten years I have been working as a language teacher at Kungsholmens Gymnasium, Stockholm. Since August 2008 I am working as a teacher trainer/junior lecturer at The Department of Education in Languages and Language Development. One of the courses I’m in charge of is called Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). The CLIL course at our department is a 15-credit (ECTS)-course for university students enrolled in different teacher programmes. The students learn to plan, carry out and evaluate classroom activities and projects in their subject, taking into account the specific needs of pupils who are studying content in a second language. Thesis : Having taught my first CLIL course at the university this term, I realize that CLIL courses for teacher students and already professional teachers of different subjects serve the purpose of being effective meeting points in the form of ”miniature schools” at hand. The many different competences are there to meet, to let shine in all their subject-specific beauty and to blend in in the form of tasks and assignments with a dual focus. Indeed...

Dix ans de pratique CLIL en Belgique multilingue. Un résumé des résultats d’apprentissage

Van de Craen, Piet; Mondt, Katrien; Ceuleers, Evy; Allain, Laure
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 FRA
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III Colloquium on Semi-Immersion in Catalonia; III Encuentro sobre Semi-Inmersión en Cataluña; Since 1998, CLIL is an official learning and teaching approach for primary schools in French-speaking Belgium. In 2001 a number of Dutch-speaking schools in Brussels followed this example. This paper traces the practice of CLIL in these two areas and discusses a number of research issues. In the first part the political issues regarding the implementation of CLIL are addressed. It is shown how feelings toward this approach differ throughout the country and why this is the case. In the second part, the practice of CLIL is examined. A number of schools teach as much as 70% of the curriculum in the target language, while others limit themselves to 20%. The didactic consequences of the different approaches are examined. Among the problems addressed are the questions (1) whether it is desirable or not that in the development of pupils’ linguistic skills, at a certain point in their development, the target language turns out to be the best language? and (2) whether or not it is desirable that reading starts in the target language rather than in the first one? In the third part the six tenets used by our research group are discussed. These are: (1) knowledge of the target language...

Wireless CLIL : un ejemplo de aprendizaje entre iguales utilizando videoconferencia

D'Angelo, L.
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 SPA
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III Colloquium on Semi-Immersion in Catalonia; III Encuentro sobre Semi-Inmersión en Cataluña; The CLIL methodology has been already explored in many European projects (Comenius 2 and Lingua) but they used traditional classroom lessons to develop CLIL modules while the intent of the project W CLIL was to open up the classroom by using a videoconferencing system. A more specific aim was to connect learners from a remote location allowing them to attend a class in a foreign language where the teacher is teaching a content (or a language) which is part of their curriculum and to interact with the remote students and teachers. It was implicit in this that the final aim was to promote language learning for students and teachers as well and that the process would favor the intercultural dialogue and the European Dimension. Furthermore future teachers of different subjects were involved in the project and this represented for them a very important training opportunity. The Minerva project W CLIL aimed therefore at the delivery of CLIL videoconferences and it had two focuses: (1) The use of ICT for didactical purposes (2)The promotion of the CLIL approach. A special focus was put on methodological and organizational considerations for the preparation and implementation of W CLIL videoconferences. Types of videconferences Within the project lifecycle we ran three different types of videoconferences: (1) Videoconferences aiming at making people meeting/knowing each other...

The keeping of journals in CLIL contexts : how to make reflection possible by teachers and pupils

Benvenuto, Guido; Lastrucci, E.; Infante, D.
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 SPA
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III Colloquium on Semi-Immersion in Catalonia; III Encuentro sobre Semi-Inmersión en Cataluña; This paper aims to provide an insight into ongoing experimental research on CLIL carried out as part of a PhD programme at the Sapienza University of Rome and the University of Basilicata. This research project, which has involved seven experimental primary school classes and seven control classes in the Lombardy region for two consecutive years, concerns the potential improvement of the quantitative and qualitative level of language learning and the positive effects on learning a subject in a CLIL environment. A sample of about 300 pupils who learn part of the curriculum of History, Art, Technology or Science through the English language is involved. Besides presenting empirical data from the first year of experimentation, this paper examines the results of the qualitative analysis of the journals kept by the teachers and pupils throughout the process. In order to have a better understanding of how each single CLIL project has developed, teachers and pupils have been required to keep a journal. This tool has also provided subsidiary information which has been extremely useful in explaining the results and revealing the teachers’ and students’ attitudes towards the CLIL approach. Both of the journals have been structured with a series of entries on which to reflect. It was also possible to add anything considered useful freely and in a narrative format. In order to accomplish the analysis...

L2 Competence of Young Language Learners in Science and Arts CLIL and EFL Instruction Contexts. A Longitudinal Study

Vallbona González, Anna
Fonte: [Barcelona] : Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Publicador: [Barcelona] : Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,
Tipo: Tesis i dissertacions electròniques; info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2014 ENG
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La implementació de programes AICLE ha generat un gran entusiasme entre les escoles de primària de Catalunya. Malgrat aquest entusiasme, molt poca recerca s'ha portat a terme en el nostre context per demostrar l'eficiència de l'AICLE en la millora de la competència lingüística dels aprenents. L'objectiu d'aquest estudi longitudinal de dos anys és omplir parcialment aquest buit i determinar els efectes de l'enfocament AICLE en les habilitats d'escoltar, llegir i escriure dels alumnes de primària que han cursat una part de les ciències naturals i de la plàstica en anglès. Els resultats en llengua anglesa dels alumnes de cinquè de primària (grup control) s'han comparat amb els resultats dels estudiants de 5è curs exposats al mateix nombre d'hores d'anglès, però, en aquest cas, combinant les hores d'anglès amb l'AICLE per determinar l'assoliment en diferents moments ( T0,T1 , T2 , T3 ) i el progrés en diferents períodes de temps (T0-T1 , T1-T2 , T2-T3 i T0-T3). L'anàlisi dels resultats s'ha portat a terme utilitzant models de regressió logística longitudinals. L'efecte del nombre d'hores d'exposició a l'anglès de l'alumnat prèvies a l'inici del projecte, s'ha tingut en compte per a l'anàlisi així com la proficiència inicial en anglès de l'alumnat participant. S'han portat a terme dos tipus de comparacions a fi i a efecte de proporcionar una visió general dels resultats : la primera comparació fa referència als resultats assolits pel grups control i pels grups d'AICLE. La segona comparació fa referència al progrés de cadascun dels grups. La tercera comparació...

Reflecting on CLIL innovation : an interview with Do Coyle and Elisabet Pladevall

Piquer, Inma; Lorenzo, Neus
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2015 ENG
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The authors reflect on the role of CLIL in experimental teaching, teacher education and university research, from discussions with Prof. Do Coyle (University of Aberdeen, Scotland) and Dr. Elisabet Pladevall (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Catalonia), in the framework of the Masters in Advanced English Studies at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (January 2014). They give a brief but significant outlook on needs in the context of university studies and highlight the urgency of conducting a review of CLIL for the plurilingual Digital Age, as well of focusing on cross-curricular and transmedia exchanges in the multiple scenarios of university education.; Les autores reflexionen sobre el paper de l'AICLE (CLIL) en l'experimentació pedagògica, la formació docent i la investigació universitària, a partir de les converses mantingudes amb les professores Do Coyle (Universitat d'Aberdeen, Escòcia) i Elisabet Pladevall (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Catalunya), en el marc del Màster Oficial en Estudis Anglesos Avançats de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (gener de 2014). Realitzen una breu però significativa perspectiva de les necessitats en el context dels estudis universitaris i posen de manifest la urgència de plantejar una revisió del CLIL a l'era digital i plurilingüe...