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    Hypothesis: Geography

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of hypothesis, prediction and conditions from the area of geography, covering common structures and lexical phrases.

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    Measuring: Science

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of measuring in science, covering structures including adjectives and adverbs, nouns and word formation.

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    Classification: Geography

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of classification in geography, covering structures such as verb phrases, noun phrases and linking phrases.

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    Classification: Science

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of classification from the area of science, covering structures such as verb phrases, noun phrases and linking phrases.

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    Comparisons: Science

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of comparison from the area of science, covering grammatical patterns and structures, useful verbal phrases and specific prefixes.

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    Comparisons: Geography

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of comparison from the area of geography, covering grammatical patterns and structures, useful verbal phrases and specific prefixes.

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    Editorial: Focus on the seasons

    In December’s editorial, Keith Kelly celebrates the seasons in general by highlighting some weather-related worksheets and lesson plans from the CLIL back catalogue.

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    Editorial: Focus on culture in CLIL

    In November’s editorial, Keith Kelly looks at culture in CLIL and suggests resources to exploit this theme in the classroom.

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    Editorial: Focus on listening

    Keith Kelly highlights some of onestopclil's key listening resources and previews this month's fresh content.

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    Editorial: Focus on Young Learners

    Keith Kelly presents a collection of resources for Young Learners, including space worksheets that can be coloured in, experiments involving building a sail-car of the future or a 360-degree periscope and the first part of the Amazing world of animals project, by author of the month, Carol Read. ...

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    Editorial: Art on onestopenglish

    Keith Kelly gets us in the picture as he talks about a new series on using art in the classroom and looks at a vibrant collection of creative activities to get your students into art.

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    Editorial: Climate change on the agenda

    In the last editorial of 2009 Keith Kelly looks at how the resources on onestopclil help students to understand and take part in the climate change debate.

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    Editorial: Getting hands on!

    This month Keith explores the range of fabulous resources - new and old - that help learners learn by 'doing'. From practical experiments to presentations; whole class speaking activities to colouring and cuts outs - there's a lot to engage and excite your kinaesthetic learners.

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    I like onestopclil because ...

    "... it is revolutionary and enhances my lessons in a way learners can profit tremendously from content and language learning."

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    Editorial: A focus on vocabulary

    In this month's editorial Keith Kelly takes you through the range of resources on onestopclil that help you support your student's subject-specific language development. He also reviews the new resources available this month.

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    Training CLIL Teachers: The Zurich Approach

    A brief look at key skills for training CLIL subject and language teachers in the context of Zurich‘s University of Teacher Education

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    Changing Schools for a Changing Europe

    Stefka Kitanova reports on the excellent English Trust for European Education conference, hosted by the European School in Culham, June 12th 2009.

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    Editorial: The CLIL Debate goes on

    June finds us coming to the end of the school year and tying together a number of questions and discussions in CLIL.

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    Bilingual schools in Argentina: Has CLIL always been around?

    Laura Renart, a teacher and teacher trainer, shares her insights into bilingual education in Argentina.

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    CLIL in the Czech Republic: Zdenek Vasicek

    Zdenek Vasicek, a music teacher in Tisnov, shares his experiences of teaching CLIL in the Czech Republic.