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DIDACTICS OF MODERN LANGUAGES II
DIDATTICA DELLE LINGUE MODERNE II

CLIL teaching. Teaching in a CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) environment
CLIL teaching. Insegnare in ambiente CLIL “Content and Language Integrated Learning”

A.Y. Credits
2019/2020 8
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Giovanna Carloni
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language English
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Foreign languages and intercultural studies (LM-37)
Curriculum: TRADUZIONE EDITORIALE E FORMAZIONE LINGUISTICA
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Learning Objectives

The course offers a theoretical framework for the study of CLIL, a dual-focused educational approach in which an additional language is used for the learning and teaching of a non-linguistic subject-matter. It also provides opportunities for the application of the theory to the teaching practice.  The final  goal is to enable sudents to devise CLIL teaching materials, also using digital tools, develop effective teaching strategies and techniques to promote CLIL learning and to improve students' capacity to reflect on teaching materials and practices. Accordingly, particular attention will be paid to the CLIL teacher's duties and competencies. Being able to place classroom activities in a coherent and theoretically sound lesson plan costitutes the core of the professional profile of a FL teacher.

Program

The course covers the following topics:

1.    Communicative skills in CLIL

        Listening; Speaking; Reading; Writing

        Vocabulary building

         Language awareness

2.    Content  (subject demands)

3.    Planning a  CLIL Unit, assessment and evaluation 
4.    The CLIL teacher: relating theory to practice 

Bridging Courses

Students should be aware of the second language acquisition (SLA) process and of the  fundamental bases of foreign language instruction.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

  • Knowledge and understanding: students will be able to comprehend and discuss CLIL cognitive and linguistic processes and its teaching application to CLIL lessons.To this end, lectures and interactive activities will be implemented;
  • Applying knowledge and understanding: students will be able to create teaching activities whose content and procedures are in line with the requirements of  CLIL methodology. They will be able to explain their choices and to correct their teaching strategies.
  • Making judgements: students will gain a critical understanding of  the degree of efficacy of teaching practice. 
  • Communication: students will be able to interact effectively and collaboratively in a CLIL lesson.  
  • Lifelong learning skills: students will be able to research and extract information individually and in groups. To this end, hands-on activities will be organized.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

·  Teacher-fronted lectures

·  Interactive lectures

·  Groupwork and written assignments

·  Presentations

Course books

1. Balboni P. , Coonan C., (a cura di) (2014) Fare CLIL, I quaderni della Ricerca n. 14,  Loescher: Torino

2. Scrivener J. (2011), Learning Teaching, (3rd edition), Macmillan Books for Teachers: London   (capp. 6,12, 13, 14, 15, 16)

3. Sisti F., (2015),  “Il CLIL: un illustre sconosciuto” in Pedagogia PIU’ Didattica, vol.1, n. 2, ottobre 2015, Trento,  Erickson, pp.1-36 

Assessment

Oral exam. Attending students will be assessed on the basis of their knowledge of the theoretical concepts  introduced in the course (10%), their ability to apply their knowledge to the development of foreign language teaching materials (60%), their ability to apply their knowledge to analyze the foreign language teaching materials created (10%), their subject-specific communication skills (10%), and their degree of in-class and online participation (10%).

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Course books

1. Balboni P. , Coonan C., (a cura di) (2014) Fare CLIL, I quaderni della Ricerca n. 14,  Loescher: Torino

2. Scrivener J. (2011), Learning Teaching, (3rd edition), Macmillan Books for Teachers: London   (capp. 6,12, 13, 14, 15, 16)

3. Sisti F., (2015),  “Il CLIL: un illustre sconosciuto” in Pedagogia PIU’ Didattica, vol.1, n. 2, ottobre 2015, Erickson: Trento, pp.1-36 

4. Sisti F., (2017),  “CLIL in higher Education: what if…?” in C. Coonan et all. (a cura di),  A journey through the CLIL landscape: problems, prospects, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Cambridge

5. Sisti F., (2015),  “CLIL at University: Research, Didactics, Teacher Training” in R.I.L.A. Rassegna Italiana di Linguistica Applicata, n. 1/2015 – anno XLVII; Bulzoni Editore: Roma, pp.147-162

Assessment

Oral exam. NON-attending students will be assessed on the basis of their knowledge of the concepts introduced in the reading materials (60%), their ability to apply their knowledge to the analysis and evaluation of practical teaching cases (30%) and their subject-specific communication skills (10%).

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