Curriculum Integrated Language Teaching: CLIL in Practice

BOWER, Kim, COYLE, Do, CROSS, Russell and CHAMBERS, Gary N., eds. (2020). Curriculum Integrated Language Teaching: CLIL in Practice. Cambridge University Press.

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    Do your students struggle to see the point in learning a language other than English? Do you teach in an English-dominant setting? If so, this book is a 'must-read'. It offers international perspectives on CLIL, a revolutionary teaching approach where students study subjects, for example physics or history, in a language which is not their own. Informed by research carried out by the authors, it addresses the issues of developing CLIL in Anglophone contexts and shows how to implement this method of language learning successfully in the reality of the classroom. Through three key themes, sustainability, pedagogy and social justice, each author explores CLIL as a means of addressing the high levels of cultural diversity and socio-economic disparity in Anglophone-dominant settings. Authored by experts in the field, it offers a set of flexible teaching tools, which serve to combine language and content, ultimately enhancing the learning experience of students.

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    Date Deposited: 11 Sep 2020 12:15
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