Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) & Bilingual Education
Explore the latest developments in a bilingual education method that’s steadily growing in popularity around the globe. From bilingual teaching strategies to CLIL resources, learn how to implement Content and Language Integrated Learning in your institution with the help of bilingual education experts and experienced practitioners.
CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning and, as the name suggests, this approach to bilingual education, in which academic subjects are taught in the target language, relies on collaboration between teachers, administrators, students, and parents. Growing in popularity around the globe, the rise of CLIL calls for a deeper understanding of the underpinnings and applications of this method, as well as the potential benefits the approach has for students.
Join Bridge, along with CLIL experts and practitioners, to discuss CLIL’s place in bilingual education, the key principles of this method (including the 5 C’s), and how stakeholders can support CLIL adoption at their institution to improve student outcomes.
Learn more about the Bridge’s Specialized training in CLIL Methodology for Teachers here: https://bridge.edu/tefl/courses/specialized/content-language-integrated-learning-clil
As you’re developing lesson plans, how can your learning objectives and desired outcomes for students be mapped to create “scaffolded” lessons that challenge them to move from lower- to higher-order skills? And how can you check that students are achieving the objectives you’ve set forth? Join Bridge’s expert panelists for answers to these questions and more about Bloom’s Taxonomy in the ESL classroom.