CLIL cafe 13th March

to the CLIL cafe

Content and Language Integrated Learning
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to the CLIL cafe

Content and Language Integrated Learning

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What are we going to do today?
1. Why did we invite you?

2. Talks in pairs/groups, what do you think we do?

3. What is CLIL?/ How do we implement CLIL at our school?

4. CLIL coach

5. Share our vision poster, finish our dinner and talk some more about CLIL 

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1. Why did we invite you?

To have a good idea of what our lessons/education looks like. So when you are representing our school at open days or when you are speaking to future students you will have more knowledge about the IMH education (than you already have of course ;)) 

Also, because we find it important to connect more with you and  to show and tell you in person what we are doing here at school, so we can see the differences but also, of course, the similarities.

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2. CLIL talk with colleagues
I will hand out some questions on each table and you can talk about them.

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3. How we implement CLIL at our school
1. Our CLIL aims

2. Courses for the teachers

3. Practical lessons in English

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3.1 Our CLIL aims
- create as many lessons as we can in English 

- each lesson has at least 1 language goal and 1 content goal

- professional and open  learning environment in which we work together  (content and language teachers) and help each other and we are aware of what our colleagues are teaching

- active learning environment for the students (focus on speaking and writing)

- our ultimate aim is to get Nuffic certified 

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3.1 Our CLIL aims
CLIL lesson structure

main dish
- content and language goals
- scaffolding techniques
- activate prior knowledge
phase 1: multimodal input
phase 2: ask questions that activate the cognitive skills of the students
phase 3: student output: written and/or spoken
moment of reflection
-  exit ticket
- mini whiteboards

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3.1 Our CLIL aims
BICS:     Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills

CALP:     Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency

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3.1 Our CLIL aims
Why we believe CLIL methodology is a good thing

* it improves student motivation
* the communication skills of students develop more effectively 
* meaningful interaction
* speaking and writing skills improve tremendously 
* CLIL developes cultural awareness
* CLIL learners are prepared for studying in another language

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3.2 Courses for the teachers
CLIL course

2-day course with the basics of CLIL

(and preferably a yearly study day on which we go over all the CLIL basics again)
Cambridge course

All teachers are able to take a Cambridge course on B2/C1 level

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3.3 Practical lessons in English
The practical lessons, cooking and serving, are taught in English. 

Instruction in English, and after the plenary start the students start working in the kitchen and restaurant. We try to get them to speak English the entire lesson.

    * language invigilators
    * native speaker, Laura

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Slide 12 - Video

Student Lente giving instruction to the other students

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4 CLIL coach
one-on-one coaching for colleagues 
  * colleagues come to me with a CLIL dilemma
  * coach conversations 
lesson visits
  * giving tips on how to make the lessons more CLIL (CLIL lesson visit form)
CLIL tips in Teams
  * CEFR (A1 --> C2)
  * general tips for CLIL lessons
CLIL cafe every period for teachers.
  * last year we had weekly CLIL meetings in but they weren't very effective
  *now we have a CLIL cafe every period, which is well prepared and has a goal
Keeping contact with other schools/institutions
  * Da Vinci college Purmerend
  * high-tea to connect, CLIL cafe, 13th of April Finnish students, 22nd of March tour throughout the school

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4 CLIL coach
Other tasks:

    *keeping the CLIL vibe alive

    *prepare lessons together with the teachers (when asked)

    *give feedback on the use of English of the teachers (when asked)

    *check together with the teachers if the material is suitable (CEFR)

    *promote teamwork and collaboration between content and language teachers

    *get feedback from students on CLIL lessons

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5 Vision poster
I will now hand out our vision poster and an envelop.
You will have the rest of the dinner to talk and discuss about the 7 questions in your envelop.

Enjoy your dinner!

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