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CLIL symposium in Sarajevo on 1 April, 2016: Programme

We are pleased to announce that the programme for the CLIL Regional Workshop, which takes place on Fri. 1 April, 2016 in Sarajevo, is now available. The programme and information about hotels in the area can be found here: CLIL PROGRAM.

The AILI CLIL Research Network and the Association for Applied Linguistics in Bosnia and Herzegovina (AALBiH) collaborated to organise this event, which will be hosted by the International Burch University in Sarajevo. The symposium will focus on national and regional differences in the conceptualisation and implementation of CLIL, as CLIL is used as an umbrella term. The organisers selected eight interesting papers related to this theme for presentation. Titles with links to abstracts can be found by reading further below.

Aside from being part of the symposium, participants will also have the opportunity to visit bilingual schools in the multicultural and multilingual Sarajevo region. For more information on the local organisers, please click here. For more information on the venue, please click here.

We hope to see you in Sarajevo! Read more »

CLIL in Higher Education summer school opportunity at Utrecht University

The Centre for Teaching and Learning at Utrecht University is offering a CLIL methodology course for teachers and lecturers working through English in higher education from 4 July – 15 July 2016. This Master’s-level course allows participants to develop their understanding of existing CLIL methodologies as well as learn how to put acquired knowledge and skills into practice. Each participant will design a subject and language integrated curriculum that promotes active learning for students in higher education.

If you would like to gain this expertise and be part of an international group of teachers and lecturers, apply online now. For more information, visit CLIL Methodology in Higher Education.

 

The Sixth International Conference on Immersion & Dual Language Education

The Sixth International Conference on Immersion & Dual Language Education: Connecting Research and Practice Across Contexts, will be held in Minneapolis, MN, USA on October 20-22, 2016. More information, including info about the call for proposals (deadline 1st of February), can be found in the flyer, or on the website of the Centre of Advanced Research on Language Acquisition of the University of Minnesota.

We would like to thank Roy Lyster for noticing us about the conference.

 

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LED 2015 CLIL Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand

CLIL: Teacher and Teaching Experiences in Global Contexts

A number of CLIL ReN members will be presenting a symposium on the application of CLIL across different global context chaired by Simone Smala (University of Queensland) at the 4th International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity (LED 2015) in Auckland, New Zealand, 23-26 November, 2015. The session features papers by Simone Smala, Diane J. Tedick (University of Minnesota), Ylva Sandberg (Stockholm University), Yolanda Ruiz de Zarobe (University of the Basque Country), Victoria Zenotz (Public University of Navarre), Liss Kerstin Sylvén (University of Gothenburg), Amy S. Thompson (University of South Florida), with Russell Cross (Melbourne Graduate School of Education) as discussant.

Please see https://led.education.auckland.ac.nz for registration details and more information.

Simone Smala, symposium chair/coordinator

Russell Cross, co-coordinator of the AILA CLIL Research Network

Recent Publications


Recent CLIL Publications – November 2015 – Updated 13/11

We would like to point out two journals that recently had a CLIL-special issue: ‘System’ and ‘Language, Culture and Curriculum’. The most recent issue of System (November 2015) is a special edition, titled: ‘The interface between task-based language teaching and content-based instruction’. It is edited by María del Pilar García Mayo and all articles can be found on this issue’s website on Sciencedirect.
Another special issue on CLIL was  in the journal ‘Language, Culture and Curriculum’ published in March 2015. It is edited by Jasone Cenoz and Yolanda Ruiz de Zarobe and the title is ‘Learning through a second or additional language: content-based instruction and CLIL in the twenty-first century’. Go this issue’s website on T&F for all the articles.
All publications in these two issues can also be found at the end of this article.

Besides these two very interesting volumes of System and Language, Culture and Curriculum, more articles have been published recently in several journals.

Here is an overview in alphabetic order of the authors, links can be found in the titles:

To view all the articles of the issues of System and Language, Culture and Curriculum, click here to read the full post.

TBLT Conference 2015 Leuven

All presentations and the abstracts of the CLIL Colloquium at the TBLT Conference 2015:

Abstracts of CLIL Colloquium presentations at TBLT conference 2015

De Graaff: Introduction CLIL as tasks for real

Coyle: Tasks for knowledge construction and meaning making

Ting: CLIL Tasking through real language to learn real content

Llinares & Dalton-Puffer: Expressing voice in foreign language across tasks

Huettner & Smit: Talking the discipline