Theme: In this session we will explore what works in CLIL. We will stress the final L in CLIL. Learning will be the focus of the session. In addition, we will unpick what is meant by CLIL in different contexts. Finally we will look at some strategies that are practical, learning centered and inclusive.
This activity provides students with upper intermediate vocabulary for parts of the body such as blood, liver, lungs etc. and provides opportunity for debate on an interesting subject that is frequently in the news, as well as giving students the opportunity to express their views on a little-known experiment that took place 40 years ago.
Submitted by chrisbaldwin on 15 September, 2010 - 17:01
Keith Kelly is very well known to many people in the world of CLIL for running the www.factworld.info website and email@example.com discussion list, as well as speaking at conferences around the world on the subject. But who is he and what insights into CLIL can he offer the hardworking teacher?