12 August 2016
Content and Language Integrated Learning
The CLIL course will consist of 40 contact hours and four afternoon workshops, where trainees will have the chance to put into practice the techniques and methods presented and discussed during the morning sessions. Classes will be held on weekdays whereas during the weekends and afternoons trainees will be free. A series of cultural events, trips to well known archaeological sites and museums will be organized. Trainees will also have the chance to enjoy some of the world’s most famous touristic attractions.
Some of the modules the course will provide are the Methodology of Language Teaching, CLIL lesson planning, Materials development in CLIL, ICT in the CLIL classroom, etc.:
Associate Professor Marina Mattheoudakis
Primary school teachers
Secondary school teachers
Objectives of the course (what it intends to do)
The CLIL course aims to familiarize trainees with the latest trends and theoretical developments in the field of foreign language education. Trainers will provide them with useful material that has been previously implemented and tested in primary and secondary school classes. Trainees will be exposed to a selection of modules that will allow them to approach the CLIL method from different viewpoints.
EUR 700: Course fees
EUR 50: Registration fees