In this module, I would like to introduce to you a new, exciting approach to Content and Langauge Integrated Learning (CLIL), called the CLIL Wheel. In this approach, I have tried to combine the more traditional understanding of CLIL (4Cs) with the 10 CLIL Parameters. The CLIL Wheel does not favour one approach at the expense of the other. On the contrary, it combines the two in full harmony by matching the individual Cs of CLIL with the appropriate parameters. In the end, both the 4Cs and the 10 parameters describe what is going on during a CLIL lesson, but from a slightly different angle.
In this first course covering the CLIL Wheel, we look at the four Cs of CLIL, which are: Communication, Content, Cognition and Culture.
Very information and explained extremely clearly with interesting activities and useful resources. Activity 1 “Plants watered with liquid vitamin B grow ...Read More
Very information and explained extremely clearly with interesting activities and useful resources. Activity 1 “Plants watered with liquid vitamin B grow faster than plants watered with liquid vitamin E”. I don’t know whether or not this is true but the statement is couched in terms of a fact so I don’t see how it can be classed as a hypothesis (the answer given). It is not a definition nor a description either. I thought that hypotheses were expressed as if ---> then statements. Can you tell which one of the following subjects is this text from? (grammar mistake) Typo: arcitectureRead Less