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CLIL - Methodology and ICT Tools for teachers working with CLIL – ETI-CLI
Executive Training Institute

The course introduces the principles of CLIL and analyzes CLIL teaching techniques, including ways of integrating ICT into a CLIL classroom teaching environment. The course also introduces participants to practical online software tools suitable for CLIL, or teaching aids specifically designed for the use of CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning). Participants need to be at a B1 level of English.

The course is aimed at those In-service teachers in the primary, secondary and vocational sectors working with CLIL or are about to apply CLIL in their teaching methodology.

After registration, participants on this course programme will receive:
- A pre-course questionnaire which will enable trainers to learn about the participants' teaching backgrounds
- Information about the Europass Mobility Certificate
- A recommended reading list to prepare participants for various aspects of the course
- Information about Malta to prepare teachers for their cultural experience

- To explore the dimensions of CLIL and get an overview of the application of this discipline
- To review practical areas such as the 5 Cs of CLIL, cognition and thinking skills, scaffolding and assessment for CLIL
- To analyse the synergies of integrating ICT into a CLIL classroom teaching environment, using hands-on and experiental methods
- To enable teachers to design dual-purpose learning materials
- To introduce participants to practical online software tools suitable for CLIL, or teaching aids specifically designed for the use of CLIL
- Through the application of these tools, to empower teachers and help them prepare teaching materials, especially when annotating texts for students with vocabulary explanations
- To experience the cultural heritage of Malta with its bilingual linguistic environment

- This course is taught interactively, with input sessions and collaborative work, both as pair and group project work. The theory underpinning CLIL is discussed and each of the 5 Cs addressed and explored thoroughly. Assessment is discussed and participants will set up their own assessment grids.
- Sessions help participants set up exercises using online CLIL Tools in a scaffolded setting. Participants are shown and develop their own online interactive exercises.
- Tools are explored, analysed and discussed, developing the participants’ use of their communication skills in English.
- Teachers are asked to reflect on the tools and activities, inviting discussion with regard to their own knowledge and skills, their approach to teaching today’s students, and on adaptation of the use of the tools to their teaching nd learning situations nd contexts.
- Exchange of participants’ CLIL experiences, ICT and pedagogical knowledge is encouraged through networking and discussion.
- Participants’ own language skills are developed and feedback given where appropriate.
- Participants are also introduced to appropriate websites related to the further development of their teaching skills and personal professional development.

The course ends with an evaluation session, where teachers are asked to reflect upon the value of the knowledge gained on the course. They are also encouraged in this session to come up with a Personal Development Action Plan, and select tools and activities which they would like to try out in their own classes or projects. They are invited to join our Teacher Training Facebook community, which allows networking and contact with the trainers and fellow colleagues, and with participants from other courses. Participants are also encouraged to join communities for the current POOLS Projects, and other related EU Projects, such as METHODS (Communicative Language Teaching Methods), TOOLS, and CLIL4U. In addition, participants are given a post-course 3 month subscription to our e-Learning online site to further develop their language knowledge and skills.

1) Monday
- Icebreaker
- Introduction to CLIL Overview
- Overview of CLIL: Teachers’ Aspirations
- THE 5Cs
- Discussing CLIL
- Dictogloss practice
2) Tuesday
- Bloom’s Taxonomy
- Anderson and Krathwoh
- Thinking Skills: HOTS and LOTS
- Fat vs Skinny: Questions
3) Wednesday
- Competences Can Do’s
- Bringing Culture/Community into the classroom
- Social Programme
4) Thursday
- Graphic Organisers
- Roles and Process
- Scaffolding and ZPD
5) Friday
- Assessment: Produce Evaluation Grid
- Conclusion and Reflection
- Week Review and Evaluation


6) Monday
- Quiz: What do you know about CLIL?
- Multidict and Wordlink
- Intro to Webquests
7) Tuesday
- Building a CLILstore Unit (1)
- Building a CLILstore Unit (2)
- Setting up a Webquest (1)
8) Wednesday
- Multimodality in Teaching
- Setting up Interactive Exercises (1)
- Crosswords and Cloze Texts
- Social Programme
9) Thursday
- Setting up Interactive Exercises (2)
- Matching Exercises and Flashcards
- Setting up Interactive Exercises (3)
- Setting up a Webquest (2)
10) Friday
- Different ways of giving Presentations
- Presentations: Course Content
- Course Review and Evaluations

- Tuition /Training (2 weeks) over 10 training days
- Social Programme including Half Day Guided Tours (to Malta’s Capital City Valletta + to the old Medieval City of Mdina)
- Airport Transfers : Shuttle Airport Transfers Arrival + Departure; from/to Malta Airport to /from Accommodation (when booked through our school only!)
- Mobility Euro Pass Certificate
- End-of-Course Certificate

- The School will be closed on public holidays. The schedule for the week including a public holiday will be adjusted to make up the lost training hours on the public holiday on that particular week.
- A social programme including weekly cultural guided tours will be confirmed every Monday. Participation on any activities is optional.
- Classes normally runs from 9:00-14:30 with two brakes. Number of lessons: 22,5 hours (1 lesson=60 min) + 2.5 hours of E learning self- study (5 homework on-line links; lessons about Malta, to cover the cultural aspects) + cultural tours. Therefore thw certificate lists 25 hours/week. If someone misses any lessons, eg 1.5h, it will show ‘ 23.5 hours out of 25 hours.

Przykładowe zajęcia dodatkowe:

diving *, golf *, mountain hiking

boat cruises *, city tour/walk, conversation practice, country walk/trekking, cultural activities, guided city tours, international evenings, orientation tour, pub and restaurant evenings, sightseeng

Valetta *, Megalithic temples *, Hypogeum Temple *, Mdina *, The Three Cities *, Blue Grotto *, Marsaxlokk *, Gozo *

* zajęcia dodatkowo płatne


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