As part of our quest to provide the best information for CLIL teachers we will publish reviews written by teachers of resources available for CLIL teaching and training.
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your review and we will publish the best ones to the site and send you a Macmillan School Dictionary.
Gilberto Terente reviews Uncovering CLIL, commenting on how it helps us to look at the past, present and future challenges of CLIL. He concludes that 'a new CLIL teacher after reading this book is ready to be a good CLIL teacher!'
its-teachers, an online magazine for English Language teachers, has reviewed onestopclil, Uncovering CLIL and Macmillan Vocabulary Practice Series – Science.
Keith Kelly reviews this new book from Routledge aimed at CLIL teachers teaching mathematics through the medium of English and recommends it as a 'must-read'.
'Rich in content... easy to navigate... a very useful resource to have...' Primary teacher Lara Promnitz-Hayashi has given Uncovering CLIL a glowing review on TEFL.net, a free, independent resource site for all involved in Teaching English as a Foreign or Second Language.
Sarah McKeown reviews David Lasagabaster’s article (published in the Open Access Applied Linguistics Journal) on the effectiveness of English language CLIL in the Basque Country and examines the range of issues it raises.
Stefka Kitanova 'decides' whether the conversation games on this resource website are useful tools for encouraging structured debate in the science CLIL classroom.
With 'Citizen Studies' now a compulsory subject in Spain, teacher trainer and curriculum designer Lui García Gurrutxaga reviews a new course-book for teaching the subject through English.
Is this book from Oxford University Press appropriate for a wide range of age groups and reading levels? Does it offer practical, applicable activities? Find out in Stefka Kitanova's assessment of the book.
Egbert Weisheit reviews the first in Macmillan's Vocabulary Practice series which focuses on the content vocabulary of secondary science topics.
Dr Lida Schoen reviews Science Across the World, the largest global schools network for students 10-16.