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Diverse Contexts – Converging Goals

CLIL in Europe

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Edited By David Marsh and Dieter Wolff

CLIL, ‘a dual-focussed educational approach in which an additional language is used for the learning and teaching of both content and language‘ can be viewed as an example of curricular integration. This publication is one example of how this is being achieved. It serves to articulate why, and how, good practice can lead to the positive outcomes increasingly reported across Europe. It results from selected presentations given at the Helsinki CLIL 2006 conference «CLIL Competence Building for Globalization: Quality in Teaching Through a Foreign Language». The 28 contributions to this book, which originate from countries across the European Union, are divided into six sections covering classroom practice, evaluation, research, and programme management.

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I. Basic issues Dieter Wolff CLIL: bridging the gap between school and working life 15 Hugo Baetens Beardsmore The working life perspective 27 Maria Jesüs Frigols Martin/David Marsh/John Naysmith Competence-building for teachers of CLIL: vocational education 33 Do Coyle The CLIL quality challenge 47 II. Implementing CLIL in the education system Peeter Mehisto What a school needs to consider before launching a CLIL programme: the Estonian Experience 61 Mary Chopey-Paquet/Nicole Amory-Bya "Mission CLIL-possible": the quest to generate and support good CLIL practice in francophone Belgian state comprehensive catholic secondary schools 79 Emma Dafouz/Begoha Nun- ez/Carmen Sancho/Diana Foran Integrating CLIL at the tertiary level: teachers' and students' reactions 91 Marisa Carri6 Pastor/Ana Gimeno Sanz Content and Language Integrated Learning in a technical higher education environment 103 III. Investigating CLIL Britta Hufeisen Multilingualism (plurilingualism) in Europe and multiple language acquisition 115 Federica Ricci Garotti Five methodological research questions for CLIL 131 Rolf Wiesemes Developing an expanded methodology for CLIL classroom research: CLIL classroom case studies 145 10 Contents Carmel Mary Coonan How are students engaged in subject learning through the foreign language? Activities for learning in a CLIL environment 153 Annavaleria Guazzieri Participation in CLIL: cooperative learning in CLIL 171 Piet Van de Craen/Evy Ceuleers/Katrien Mondt Cognitive development and bilingualism in primary schools: teaching maths in a CLIL environment 185 Christiane Dalton-Puffer Academic language functions in a CLIL environment 201 Erwin M Gierlinger The three pillars of modular CLIL: findings from an Austrian research project 211 Ana Llinares/Emma Dafouz/Rachel Whittaker A...

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