CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning
CLIL fosters teaching English through a non-linguistic area.
CLIL compendium is an interesting web about CLIL:
Isabel Pérez's web is one of the best webs about CLIL, with a lot of ideas and resources:
Here you can find lots of interesting DU:
And I strongly recommend the following one:
Read the following document about CLIL:
Using languages to learn and learning to use languages by David Marsh
Have a look at Macmillan Publisher's web about CLIL
The following video can be considered as a good example of how we could take advantage of a lot of multimedia material already created to learn English through a non-linguistic area, eg. science:
Check all the ppt presentations of the speeches in Palma, May 2008, in the WEIB site. The Conselleria d'Educació i Cultura de les Illes Balears offered a course on CLIL to teachers starting CLIL projects in the following school year.
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