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1. Erasmus + CLIL Methodology 2015

This course was produced as a result of the Comenius Regio Project ELAC 2010-GB1-COM13-06201

 The CLIL course content is underpinned by the ‘8 Basic Competencies’.

(Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 – 2006/962/EC- on key competences for lifelong learning)

 This course is aimed at teachers who are non-native speakers of English and need to teach their subjects through the medium of English. It is suitable for teachers of pupils aged ten upwards.

 Nivel de inglés  Inscripción
Colegio Alojamiento


Duración : 2 semanas

Mínima edad : 18 años ( 21 en Julio y Agosto )

 Nº clases diarias : mañana 4 clases de 45 min c/u  ( 3 hrs )

                               tarde  2 clases x 45 min c/u ( 1.5 hrs )

Nº alumnos por aula : 12

Nivel de inglés : MCER B1 to C1 

Certificado: Certificate of Attendance & CEF Linguistic Profile




This practical course is suitable for practising or future CLIL teachers. The course will improve confidence in lesson delivery and expand the participant’s range of methodological approaches to enhance classroom practice in addition to supplying the language and vocabulary needed in the classroom.




Pre-course Preparative Modalities:

  • On-line Language Level Assessment
  • Needs Analysis
  • Pre-Course Reading List
  • On-Line Participants’ Forum
  • Pre-Course Cultural Counselling
  • Pre-Course UK Practical Arrangements


Practical Arrangements


Intra-Course Modalities offered by the Course Provider

  • Course Tutor
  • Pedagogic Learning Materials Included
  • Exchange of Best Practice
  • Participants’ Evaluation Feedback
  • Pastoral Care, 24 hr Emergency Number
  • Accommodation Service
  • Optional Cultural Activities and Visits


Follow up provided


Post-Course Modalities

  • Linguistic Profile based on Common European Framework of Reference
  • A CLIL Course Professional Profile
  • Europass
  • Post-Course Forum
  • Applicant Dissemination and Exploitation Advice


Course Content and Strategies


The course emphasis is practical, focusing on strategies, skills and activities to be used in the classroom. The theoretical rationale supporting these techniques is introduced where appropriate, including the eight Key Competences.

 Some of the Morning Sessions study in depth the role of language and language development in a CLIL context covering the four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, learner autonomy and lexis. This gives the participants the time and opportunity to absorb and work with the methodology and language of the CLIL classroom. Other sessions look at a wider range of CLIL areas of interest, for example: the role of language and trends in education today.

 The Afternoon Sessions cover some of the essential classroom techniques in teaching C.L.I.L. and provide peer group teaching opportunities for CLIL teachers to learn to manipulate these strategies and techniques themselves.


Sample Programme


This is a sample of a schedule which can be adapted to suit the participants’ needs.


Two-Week Course - Total number of course contact hours: 45 hours


  WEEK 1

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Five






Course introduction to CLIL. Analysis of participants’ needs.


RLC Orientation


Language development for CLIL. Strategies for dealing with CLIL reading and speaking activities across the curriculum


Language development for CLIL. Strategies for dealing with CLIL writing and listening activities across the curriculum.

Using visuals (graphs, diagrams, charts, etc.)


The role of language in the CLIL classroom (1) Helping your students remember vocabulary


The role of language in the CLIL classroom (2) Learner autonomy.

Doing versus memorising

Lunch Break



CLIL techniques:

Classroom language, using the techniques and language.

Vocabulary acquisition

Critical analysis of a real CLIL lesson. Constructing a model CLIL lesson with reference to the 8 Key Competencies


Language awareness, simplifying materials and how to avoid problem areas.

Reviewing and trialling the model lesson

Micro-teaching and feedback on individual CLIL lessons. Consideration of the 8 Key Competencies

Micro-teaching and feedback on individual CLIL lessons.

Course Evaluation


Sat and Sun

INFORMAL LEARNING: personal research, cultural visits and activities, practising language skills

Sat or Sun

CULTURAL TRIP: One Full Day Excursion included in Two-Week Course (optional for 1-wk course)


  WEEK 2

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Five



The value of project work.

Integrating the skills. Ideas for project work in CLIL


Presentation work in CLIL.

Language, techniques and content


Individual presentations and discussion of national curriculum, syllabus and examinations


Education Today:

Learners’ needs


Review of the key areas in the CLIL classroom

Lunch Break



Learning styles for CLIL. Comparing theoretical and practical lesson types with reference to the 8

Key Competencies



Pronunciation, phonology and vocabulary acquisition in a CLIL context.


Aided research of sources for your specialist subject area


Micro-teaching and feedback on individual CLIL lessons



Course Evaluation


One-Week Course - WEEK 1 or WEEK 2 -Total number of course contact hours: 22.5 hrs




The course equips the participants with the skills, activities and language necessary to deliver a range of subject based lessons in English. It also improves confidence in lesson delivery, classroom vocabulary and fluency as well as extending awareness and knowledge of learning styles, various methodological approaches, and resources available. Insights are provided into the integration of both new and traditional strategies and the 8 Key Competencies.



1 SEMANA 18,25 May 3,17,24 Ago 30 Nov 7 Dic
2 SEMANAS 18 May 3,17 Ago 30 Nov  



 1 SEMANA :  € 774

2 SEMANAS : € 1510






€ 30