With a bank of over 1,300 resources to cover primary and secondary teaching across the curriculum and covering a range of topics including science, geography, history and mathematics, onestopclil combines curriculum subjects with language learning for resources to make the best of both worlds.
Explore the experimental world of CLIL, with interactive animations, illustrations and wordlists to provide a comprehensive overview of key topics. Young learners will love our vibrant selection of activities, puzzles and projects. And if you’re teaching with an IWB or just looking to inject a bit of game-play into your lessons, why not take a tour of our Top Trumps series?
Keith's CLIL Picks
Amber arrives in a village in China just in time for New Year. Will she and travelling merchant Hongjun be able to save the villagers from Nian, the evil monster who steals children? In this lesson, students will: learn about the Chinese New Year; practise extensive and intensive listening and a range of listening sub-skills; complete a memory recall comprehension task to consolidate new language and write their own stories using a variety of archetypal story-telling phrases.
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Brand-new materials for March on onestopclil
Amber travels back to meet the leader of the suffragettes, Emmeline Pankhurst, and learn about why the right to vote is so important. In this lesson, students will: learn about Emmeline Pankhurst and the suffragettes; learn a range of language related to political struggle – protest, to bring about change, petitions, demonstration, politicians, equal rights, revolution, support, freedom, break the law, vote, take notice, women’s suffrage; practise extensive and intensive listening ...
Keith and his young learners bring winter to a close with an action-packed month learning about winter sports and Chinese culture.
CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning. It refers to teaching subjects such as science, history and geography to students through a foreign language. This can be by the English teacher using cross-curricular content or the subject teacher using English as the language of instruction. Both methods result in the simultaneous learning of content and English.
You'll find a huge selection of fun and stimulating CLIL activities, puzzles, projects and cross-curricular worksheets for children aged 6-12 in this thriving section of onestopclil.
You'll find a whole host of CLIL resources on a wide range of curriculum topics for students aged 11-18 in this vibrant section of onestopclil.
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Practical guidance to make CLIL a reality in the classroom. Articles, teaching tips and reference material to help you in your CLIL teaching.
Bring a spark to your classes with these interactive resources. These digital resources can be used for whole-class teaching using a projector.
A bank of subject-specific diagrams and illustrations to brighten up your classroom and improve your students' understanding of new vocabulary.
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