Content and Language Integrated Learning and Digital Based Learning

The course is aimed for anyone who is interested in implementing CILL methods in classes. You will have experiment new approaches to make your lessons more attractive for your students by learning how to use CILL Methods with this course.
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is getting widespread in educational institutions in Europe. CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning and refers to teaching subjects such as science, history and geography to students through a foreign language.
The term CLIL was coined by David Marsh, University of Jyväskylä, Finland (1994): "CLIL refers to situations where subjects, or parts of subjects, are taught through a foreign language with dual-focused aims, namely the learning of content and the simultaneous learning of a foreign language." CLIL teaches the subjects to students in a foreign languages. So there are two things we have to look at:
The subject: This can be anything from academic subjects like physics and history or life skills taught in a classroom context.
The medium of instruction: This is the language used inside the classroom to explain the subject. Like “integrated” suggests, a CLIL class hits two things at the same time: the subject matter and the target language; but strictly speaking Strictly speaking CLIL is not a language lesson. It’s a subject lesson taught in a certain tongue. While students are learning about the subject in the class, they’re also learning a new language beside it. Focusing on so many different digital tools and platforms learning a new language can be strengthened. During the course, both methods will be used to provide a more motivating and life-like environment in the school to encourage language learning.
Learning Outcomes
All the participants will:
* Be aware main issuess about CLIL in education.
* Understand the CLIL methods better.
* Understand the methodology of the CLILL METHODS in the classroom and its impact on students’ motivation and performances.
* Learn activities about CLIL and how to integrate new activities into their CLIL lessons.
* Acquire the necessary skills in the mother tongue and target language.
* Develop cognitive and social skills.
* Explore the main ICT tools for creating a CLIL learning environment.
* Introducing the participants to the principles of successful dissemination / promotion and usage of the Erasmus Plus Ka1 project.
* Be familiar with digital tools and platforms that can be used in language teaching and learning.
* Share the best practice in teaching and learning, using ICT in the framework of CLIL enabling teachers to become confident and competent enough to create a collaborative, interactive classroom experience.
* Exchange of experience in the learning process of collaboration, as long as creativity and innovation
* Create their own digital / online materials and assessment paths using a variety of digital / online platforms.

Objectives of this course:
* Creation and use mind maps within the framework of CLIL.
* Application of the CLIL approach in the classroom.
* Creating real activities using CLIL.
* Constructing individual CLIL lesson plan.
* Design, develop and implement the CLIL course in their own classes.
* Being aware of the main purposes of the CLIL Methods.
* Describing the CLIL formation process, output points.
* Explaining the main aspects of CLIL and features of the CLIL course.
* Analyzing benefits and risks of CLIL.
* Examining CLIL activities in the school curriculum.
* Learning how to plan and organize the CLIL course.

* Determination of the CLIL concept.
* Creation lesson plans within the CLIL concept.
* Brainstorming
* Working collaboratively in small groups, developing an effective project idea.
* Discussing the benefits and risks of CLIL.
* Creation an effective communication.
* Improving simultaneous learning
* Increasing the productivity of students successful projects and creating a strong European partnership for future cooperation.
* Developing an effective project idea.
* Using pedagogical approach to support networking and sharing among teachers.
* They can complete a few practical tasks designed to create a digital classroom using



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Helsinki, Finland