2017 Inaugural International Conference: Cross-curricular Language Learning (CLIL)
£60 – £150
2017 Inaugural International Conference: Cross-curricular Language Learning (CLIL)

2017 Inaugural International Conference: Cross-curricular Language Learning...

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Sheffield Hallam University (Charles Street Building)

Charles Street

Sheffield

S1 2ND

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A conference that welcomes researchers, teachers, trainee teachers and teacher educators

Topics include:

  • The impact of CLIL and immersion techniques on pupils’ motivation and progress;
  • Practical ideas for increasing cognitive challenge, motivation and engagement in the primary and secondary classroom
  • How cross curricular learning can support pupils who will take England’s new language exams
  • What we can learn from other countries

Keynote Speakers:

  • Prof Do Coyle (Aberdeen)
  • Dr Philip Hood (Nottingham)
  • Dr Russell Cross (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Dr Kim Bower (Sheffield Institute of Education)

Presentations and Discussions of:

  • CLIL’s development in Anglophone countries
  • Approaches to immersion
  • Transition KS2-3
  • Motivation
  • Optimal cognitive challenge
  • Making classroom language real language
  • Age relevant content
  • Intercultural awareness

Sessions will cover:

  • Main talks/workshops led by practitioners from successful CLIL and immersion projects including Judgemeadow Community College and Bordesley Green Girls' School & Sixth Form
  • Show and tell from language teachers
  • workshops primary and secondary by practitioners

Further information about how to submit a contribution to the conference can be found at the following link

Presentation, workshop, eposter and paper submission form

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Sheffield Hallam University (Charles Street Building)

Charles Street

Sheffield

S1 2ND

United Kingdom

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