CLIL EVO16: Kent Andersen 

Wednesday, January 20 2016 | 8:30 AM (EST)

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About the Class

Clil4U when CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) meets CLIL


 Description


The webinar will have focus on free online CLIL resources that are suitable for scaffolding. During the webinar the participants will experience how to link texts word by word to online dictionaries in +100 languages. The webinar will also seek to present the outcomes of the Clil4U project:


- A collection of materials and commented links to resources relevant for CLIL in European languages: http://languages.dk/databank/


-48 scenarios complete with materials covering primary schools and vocational colleges. Each scenario describes a module with advice on method and on how to share the tasks between teachers in a CLIL team, together with ready to use materials. For the primary schools the scenarios are based on the national curricula and cover subjects like maths and art as well as thematic projects covering several subjects. Two of these deal with life and traditions in two other countries (DK/IT/ES), so pupils learn phrases, songs, games etc. from these countries. For vocational colleges the scenarios cover content from electrical regulations, first aid, human physics, medical subjects, etc..


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Kent Andersen: Developer of resources for Computer Assisted Language Learning since 1982. Published several software applications in the 80ies and 90ie, since 2000 all his applications have been “open source” and CopyLeft. He was awarded the “European Label” 1999 for a CLIL project named the “Web Page Task”.


Kent Andersen has coordinated three EC co-funded CLIL projects: Pools-t, TOOLS, and Clil4U. More information from www.languages.dk


 

Language of instruction: English

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Discussion

Kent Andersen

Clilstore users, please note that on Saturday 20 February, SMO and Clilstore will be cut off from the Internet , potentially from 9am to 5pm

976 days 20 hours 12 minutes ago

Fabiola Tomas

I've just viewed the registration, I have found it very very interesting, I have also tried to create a unit!

1002 days 6 hours 43 minutes ago

Negri Sara Maria

I have just watched the registration. I can follow all the passages up to mid lesson, then I lose myself...

1005 days 7 hours 49 minutes ago

Loredana

it's possible to see again the webminar?

1005 days 8 hours 47 minutes ago

Angela Maria Taurisano

Hi!

1005 days 10 hours 29 minutes ago

Sandro Rovella

I would like to see again the webminar, it will be recorded ?

1005 days 11 hours 26 minutes ago

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