A practical guidance to making CLIL a reality in the classroom including articles, teaching tips and handy reference materials.
If you are interested in discussing any of the concepts or themes raised in the articles, you can post a message in the discussion forum.
If you are new to CLIL and want to see what it's all about, you can try before you buy with these FREE sample methodology resources Thinking Skills, Planning CLIL Lessons, CLIL Teacher Knowledge Test.
And if you need any further help or encouragement, you can also check out our selection of YouTube clips on CLIL? Enjoy!
Join in the CLIL debate: CLIL: Complementing or Compromising English Language Teaching?
In association with Cambridge ESOL we are delighted to bring you a new series on 'Language for CLIL'. Each month Kay Bentley will focus on one item in the TKT: CLIL Glossary, explaining - with examples - what the term means and why it is important in the CLIL context.
This series explores study skills that equip students when learning curriculum subjects thorough the medium of English. Cognitive, academic, thinking and process skills are developed alongside language skills in the CLIL classroom, providing students with life-long learning skills. This series of articles and practical examples will help you to incorporate techniques to develop these skills in your lesson planning.
A selection of methodology articles from CLIL experts and teachers discussing issues surrounding CLIL teaching and covering topics including content-based learning, working with words and lesson-planning.
Practical advice and ideas from Keith Kelly on using video in class, and from Carol Read on integrating CLIL into the Primary Classroom. This section also features a CLIL factsheet and some useful tips and suggestions for helping students learn and practise vocabulary.
This section features interviews with leading experts on CLIL, David Marsh and Kay Bentley.
The Young Learners and Teenagers email discussion group is housed in yahoogroups and is famous for its activity and energy in many educational contexts and so it was a pleasure to lead a fielded discussion on the area of CLIL from Monday April 20th to Friday April 24th, 2009.