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Practical Activities for CLIL Nina Lauder Alcázar de San Juan - 2007 Qui ne connaît pas de langues étrangères ne sait rien de la sienne. One who does not.

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1 Practical Activities for CLIL Nina Lauder Alcázar de San Juan Qui ne connaît pas de langues étrangères ne sait rien de la sienne. One who does not know foreign languages knows nothing of their own. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ( )

2 Outline for Today’s Session Warm up Oral activities in class Practical activities Evaluation and feedback

3 Important numbers in my life Draw the following chart Now listen and fill in the first column Compare with a partner NumberMy guessCorrect answer

4 Numbers in my life Check your answers and work in pairs of groups to try and GUESS why these numbers are important to me….

5 Why use oral activities in class? They encourage learning a language in a natural, real context. They increase the students’ exposure to English They provide a meaningful purpose to English. They give students a chance to improve listening skills They tie in with the Common European Framework which makes an emphasis on developing communication skills. (Recursos – Materiales de Plurilinguismo)

6 Possible drawbacks… What are some possible drawbacks to using oral activities in class? Students end up using their mother tongue to do the activity Students feel uncomfortable speaking English or lack fluency They can get noisy L’ouverture des frontières et la mondialisation des échanges, comme les progrès de l’intégration européenne, font de la connaissance des langues un enjeu essentiel, professionnel et culturel, pour le citoyen de demain.

7 Practical Activities Numbers in her life What’s different? What’s missing? Dinosaur Data (with cross curricular connections) Pairwork Clap if correct

8 Numbers in HER life… Unscramble the letters to find the name of this famous inventor: A R I M E / R I C U E A R I M E / R I C U E Why were these numbers important in her life?

9 What’s different? A B C ½

10 What’s missing? Study the pictures for 15 seconds *NO PENS* Bunsen burner laptop test tube skipping rope metronome calculator pen drive mouse globe projector

11 Now…what’s missing?

12 Dinosaur Data Unscramble these questions: name / What’s / your? long / are / you / How? you / are / How / tall? live / Where / do / you? carnivore / you / Are / a ? do / How / move / you ? you / got / have / other / qualities?

13 Dinosaur Data Look at your ‘Dino Info Card’ Ask questions to other dinosaurs DINO INFO CARD Name: Tyrannosaurus rex Size: 12.4 metres long, 5 – 6 metres tall Habitat: humid, sub-tropical forests Eating habits: carnivore Movement: on two, strong legs Additional information: one of the biggest dinosaurs; very fierce

14 Dinosaur Data Questions What’s your name? How long are you? How tall are you? Where do you live? Are you a carnivore? How do you move? Have you got other qualities?

15 Dinosaur Data Chart NameSizeHabitat Eating Habits Movement Additional information ….metres long …..metres tall Humid, sub-tropical forest Very fierce; one of the …….. dinosaurs ….metres long …..metres tall On …….., sturdy ……. Three horns; large skull Pupils fill in a chart when asking questions: THIS INFORMATION IS IN ‘FORMATO DIGITAL’ OR ON CEP SEVILLE WEBSITE (RECURSOS – MATERIA PLURILINGUISMO)

16 Cross-Curricular Connections What other subject areas could dinosaurs be tied into? How? Work in groups and build a mind map of possible activities DINOSAURS Maths Graphs Geography

17 Cross-Curricular Connections DINOSAURS Maths -Graphs -Measurements Geography Physical Education -where dinosaurs lived -map work -climate -how animals move -healthy diets/habits Art -make model dinos -make puppets -dino mural -dinos from plastecine History -time lines -life spans Science -bones, muscles -fossils Technology -tools for discovering dinos -on-line quizzes

18 Infant Classes COLOURING FINGER PUPPET DRAWINGS

19 Projects Dinosaurs Lived Long Ago (sung to "London Bridge is Falling Down") Dinosaurs lived long ago, long ago, long ago, Dinosaurs lived long ago, That's prehistoric! Brontosaurus was very big, very big, very big, Brontosaurus was very big, that's prehistoric!Songs

20 En Français La vie se développe dans l'eau: bactéries, algues puis animaux au corps mous (éponge, vers..) Précambrien (< 570 millions d'années) Ere primaire (570 millions à 235 millions d'années) coquillage, animaux invertébrés à carapace (570 M.A.) puis règne des poissons cuirassés (550 M.A) puis règne des grands amphibiens (340 M.A.) Ere secondaire (245 millions à 65 millions d'années) Règne des dinosaures

21 Resources Photocopiable resource books Photocopiable resource books Non-fiction readers and reference books Non-fiction readers and reference books Internet (on-line activities and photocopiable material) Internet (on-line activities and photocopiable material) ELT Coursebooks and resources ELT Coursebooks and resources MORE INFORMATION IN ‘FORMATO DIGITAL’

22 Thank you for coming!! Merci beaucoup! Good luck and happy teaching!


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