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Short CLIL modules for secondary pupils, planned and taught by trainee teachers (CLIL MA students) from Leipzig University in collaboration with their mentors in six host schools, with observers from Reading and Oxford Brooks Universities. Subjects were Maths, Science, Citizenship and Music. The project incorporated CLIL training elements for mentors.
This project aimed to introduce a new model of collaboration in CLIL by bringing together ‘expert’ practitioners of CLIL in German and French in an experienced CLIL school, with ‘novice’ teachers who wish to introduce CLIL in German and French into their classrooms. In order to support the development of learning materials and classroom language, native speaker teachers of German and French from Aston University worked with the novice teachers.
The project was aimed at lower ability pupils in Key Stage 3. The intention was to re-engage through interactive lessons using CLIL methodology. There was a big focus on building oracy, listening and reading skills. There are four modules comprising six lessons. The topics are Music, Drama, Sport and French Culture.
2.2 million people die every year because they breathe in the smoke from cooking fires. Solar ovens use the rays of the sun to cook food and are helpful to both human health and the environment. CLIL motivates students and there is a balance here between human interest and technology that appeals to both sexes.
This project has developed CLIL cross-curricular units of work in French. The units are designed to be delivered by French teachers and teachers from other curriculum areas. The units are in history (French Norman Conquest), drama (The Pearl Necklace - use of voice and gesture) and art (Seurat and pointillism).