Scaffolding in the ESL and CLIL Classroom: Steps for SuccessBy Bridge
October 18, 2022
Successful teachers can not only write objectives for a lesson plan – they can structure activities appropriately to help students achieve those objectives. This teaching skill, known as scaffolding, is important for all types of teaching and lesson planning but is particularly essential when teaching content in language, such as in the case of bilingual education or CLIL. Join a panel of experts to learn how you can do a better job of scaffolding and to see some sample activities you can use in your own classroom.