Articles on bilingual education and CLIL

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Encuentro” is an educational journal specialized on the field of the teaching and learning of foreign languages published by the University of Alcalá. I personally have nice memories of this journal because one of my first academic articles was published here (and one gets emotional with these things, you know…). In any case, I’m making reference to this journal now because it has released a complete volume containing articles dealing with bilingual education and CLIL. I’m reproducing its table of contents here so you can access this interesting material. Past issues of “Encuentro” can be find here

Formación, Integración y Colaboración: Palabras clave de CLIL. Una charla con María Jesús Frigols (In Spanish) by Manuel Megías

Criteria for producing CLIL learning material by Peeter Mehisto

Adapting content subject tasks for bilingual teaching by Ana Halbach

CLIL in teacher training: A Nottingham Trent University and University of Salamanca experience by Gloria Gutiérrez Almarza, Ramiro Durán Martínez, Fernando Beltrán Llavador

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Limitations and possibilities  by Ena Harrop

The shaping of Spanish CLIL by Antonio R. Roldán Tapia

Making communication happen: Interactive groups in the bilingual classroom by Borja Garrido

Engaging in dramatic activites in English as a foreign language classes at the university level by Victoria Algarra Carrasco, Rusell Dinapoli
Student choice and reading in the EFL classroom by Irina Argüelles Alvárez


2 thoughts on “Articles on bilingual education and CLIL

    Rosie Tanner said:
    March 11, 2013 at 10:25 am

    Thanks for pointing the articles out. However, some of the links don’t work… can you mend them? ; ) That would be great!

    teachingtoteach responded:
    March 11, 2013 at 3:32 pm

    Thanks, Rosie. I have created direct links to pdf versions. See if it works now.

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