A selection of winning CLIL-related material including lessons on Pythagoras' theorem and indentifying road signs.
CLIL winning lessons
This thought-provoking environmental lesson from Mateusz Byrski focuses on ‘Earth Hour’, an initiative created by the WWF which encourages households and businesses to turn off non-essential electrical appliances.
In this fun, hands-on lesson by Gabriela Grigoroiu, students identify and categorize a variety of road signs and then match them with their corresponding words in English.
Yuliya Ivanova's comprehensive lesson is designed to develop and encourage logical thinking. Students complete a number of vocabulary-building activities and then read a puzzling tale which will challenge their ability to deduce and speculate.
This varied and fascinating lesson by Tereza Benesova enables students to fully understand Pythagoras’ theorem, solve mathematical problems in English and collaborate effectively in groups.
Robin Summers' excellent 45-minute lesson focuses on the similarities and differences between sine and cosine graphs. Students examine the graphs and write descriptions of them with language guidance from the teacher.
In Veronika Zikova's two 45-minute lessons, students distinguish the differences between solids, liquids and gas, study ‘phase transition’ and reinforce key vocabulary in various exercises.