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Content and Language Integrated Learning by Interaction


Edited By Rita Kupetz and Carmen Becker

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is an established approach to support multilingualism in Europe by teaching various school subjects in an additional language. The practices used, however, vary considerably. Our book considers this diversity by looking at CLIL scenarios, defined as learning environments supporting content learning, language learning and skill development in task-based learning settings, with a strong focus on interaction in different curricular contexts (primary and secondary school and CLIL teacher education at university) and at various levels of proficiency (primary, secondary, tertiary). CLIL by Interaction is understood here both as negotiation of meaning and form as well as discourse to empower CLIL learners to participate in social interaction.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Content and language integrated learning by interaction / Kupetz, Rita ; Becker, Carmen (eds). pages cm. — (Foreign language pedagogy - content- and learner-oriented; Band 26) ISBN 978-3-631-64899-5 1. Language and languages—Study and teaching—Psychological aspects. 2. Cognitive learning. 3. Language and languages—Computer-assisted . 4. Human-computer interaction. 5. Language experience approach in education. I. Kupetz, Rita, editor of compilation. II. Becker, Carmen, editor of compilation. P53.7.C66 2014 418.0071—dc23


ISSN 1430-8150 ISBN 978-3-631-64899-5 (Print) E-ISBN 978-3-653-04725-7 (E-Book) DOI 10.3726/978-3-653-04725-7

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