CLIL teaching tips
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.
Inside Teaching tips
Some advantages and disadvantages of teaching CLIL
Tips on fitting CLIL into the English classroom
Tips on integrating CLIL into the school English curriculum
Tips on creating your own CLIL materials
Jamie Keddie provides a novel approach to using the Internet to research differences in language usage.
Fantastic tips to help students learn and practise vocabulary
Students create a wall space or poster for difficult words or words of particular interest from the unit of work they are studying.
This free factsheet from Uncovering CLIL provides a quick overview of the different educational approaches that come under this umbrella term. Includes background information on language showers and suggested activities.
These tips can be used with any images you have from course books, downloaded from the web, taken from magazines or drawn yourself.
Excellent activities to help integrate content-based material into the Primary classroom
Integrate content-based learning into your Primary classroom with this excellent activity on saving water.
A simple activity for getting students to use YouTube for CLIL purposes but without the need for any recording in class!
Keith Kelly gives tips on using transcripts with video clips (and adding subtitles to video) as well as a quick step-by-step guide to inserting subtitles into film using Movie Maker.
Keith Kelly provides us with some useful tips and practical ideas for using video in the classroom.