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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Bring together a group to share ideas Think on your ideal CLIL classroom What you want CLIL learners to achieve Identify initial global goals What enables learners meet those goals Leave room for change 2nd Stage 1st Stage Adapt your model to the context The outcomes and learning focus should also be adapted Set the global goals of your model 3rd Stage Planning a Unit Think of the curriculum Think of the global goals Think of engagement Select thinking skills, problem solving and creativity Give opportunities to discuss new knowledge and skills Develop language through use Set specific learning outcomes Define content-obligatory language: key words, phrases, and grammatical demands of the unit Choose content Develop metacognitive strategies: e.g. how to learn Think of scaffolding Recycle and extend new language Think of language progression Develop learners pluricultural understanding Connectt the 4C's into an integrated whole 4th Stage Preparing the unit Transform the plan into materials, resources, tasks and activities to match the demands of the teaching aims and outcomes Work with question for opening up communicationin line with the subject demands Think of materials available and adapt resources that may need adapting Monitor learning progression in terms of linguistic and cognitive development 5th Stage Monitoring and evaluating Think of formative and summative feedback for the tasks Interconnect cognitive and linguistic levels of demand in tasks A shared vision of CLIL THE CLIL IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS Think of formative feedback Use authentic materials Adapt cognitive demands Think in terms of new knowledge, skills and understanding Personalizing CLIL I have decided to use this type of diagram because I find it very visual and you can easily spot the information you need. I have organized the informationin 5 diferent sections following the structure of the original text. I have proceeded that way because I personally believe that it is an easy way to identify the steps we need to take when implementing CLIL. Finally, I have tried to collect and illustrate the most iimportant point of the article which for me are: 1. Being organized, discuss and define your outcomes and how you could implement CLIL2. Adapting your idea of CLIL to the real context you have in your school 3. Planning the unit bearing in mind many relevant aspects such as: content in terms of new knowledge and skills, the usage of a communicative approach, adapting task cognitive demands, thinking of scaffolding to meet learning goals, thinking of engagement and language progession, and adapting the curriculum 4. Preparing the unit transforming the plan into materials, tasks and resources that are appropiate for meeting our learning goals5. Monitoring the results in terms of linguistic and cognitive development using different types of feedback, summative and formative ROSALÍA AYALA
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