Sun, 27/11/2011 - Fri, 02/12/2011
The course 'Activating new technologies for CLIL practice' will take place in Levi (Finland) from 27 November to 02 December 2011.
Mon, 28/11/2011 - Fri, 02/12/2011
ForLang 2011 - A European approach to language teacher training – will take place in Sèvres (France) from 28 November to 2 December 2011. Registration is now open!
On the occasion of the Francophonie week, the French Ambassador in Romania, in the presence of the Romanian Minister of Education, will officially launch the VizaFLE Website, a "professionnal social network" aimed at the 9300 teachers of French in the country, on 21 March 2011.
Wed, 16/03/2011 - Wed, 07/12/2011
The Macmillan English website offers under the heading "Webinars" online sessions about subjects related to English teaching, young learners and CLIL.
You are a language teacher or a non linguistic subject teacher in a French public school? You teach another topic but would like to enrich your skills? You can apply for a 2 weeks professionnal stay during the school year 2011-2012 in Germany, Austrichn Spain, Italy, Irland, Portugal or U-K. Application deadline is March 2011.
Thu, 20/10/2011 - Fri, 21/10/2011
The 4th edition of the “ICT for Language Learning” Conference will take place in Florence (Italy) on 20-21 October 2011. The objective of the ICT for Language Learning conference is to promote the sharing of good practice and transnational cooperation in the field of the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to Language Learning and Teaching.
The aim of the LICI project and its products is the language of learning and instruction in a CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) environment. The leading principle of the LICI project is that by enhancing language in content teaching, the dual focus of learning both language and content is realized optimally, as language and content are integrated in CLIL.
This webography offers a selection of interesting portals related to CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) in Europe. In 2003 the European Commission stated that CLIL was one of the key ways to promote foreign languages in secondary education.
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) involves teaching a curricular subject through the medium of a language other than that normally used. The subject can be entirely unrelated to language learning, such as history lessons being taught in English in a school in Spain. CLIL is taking place and has been found to be effective in all sectors of education from primary through to adult and higher education. Its success has been growing over the past 10 years and continues to do so.