- Subject(s):Teaching Practice and Professional Development
- Author(s):Fred Genesee, Else Hamayan
- Available from: October 2016
In collaboration with Cambridge Assessment International Education, the Cambridge Teacher series offers practical guidance and innovative teaching approaches to those looking to develop their classroom practice. Underpinned by the latest research, the books provide a valuable resource for teachers who want to deepen their understanding of key theoretical ideas with a view to putting these into practice in their classrooms. The series benefits from a wealth of international experience and informs a clear understanding of the challenges that face teachers in the 21st century.
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CLIL in Context: Practical Guidance for Educators is a comprehensive, practical guide to CLIL in different educational contexts. The authors provide tips on how to implement CLIL for majority language students in dual language programs in state or international schools (often called Immersion), for minority and indigenous language students who are learning through a second language and need additional support to learn language and academic content at the same time, and for students learning an additional language in foreign language contexts. The authors of CLIL in Context: Practical Guidance for Educators provide comprehensive advice on all aspects of CLIL – from setting up a new program and getting support from the community to planning and delivering instruction, and assessing instruction and student outcomes. They provide plenty of real life examples and useful tools for working with the community, planning instruction, selecting materials and assessing student learning. Their guidance is backed up by research notes that provide empirical evidence for their suggestions. All of this is supported by commentaries from educators and students around the world who have adopted a CLIL approach.
A unit/lesson planning tool that is indispensable for planning CLIL instruction
Plenty of checklists and tips for implementing CLIL in the classroom
Includes tips on how to start a new CLIL programme and to improve an existing programme
Includes notes that link practice to research evidence
Provides lists of Additional Resources for readers who want to dig deeper
Personal commentaries from practitioners and students in CLIL programmes add context and draw on real-life examples and success stories
Lots of real life practical examples of CLIL in action
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