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1 CLIL – Food for Thought 01/04/20151Steve Darn Ankara May 2011

2 What is CLIL? Why make cross-curricular connections? Integrating language and content An approach for planning cross-curricular teaching Practical activities Comments & questions In today’s talk /04/20152Steve Darn Ankara May 2011

3 Why teach other subjects in English? makes the use of English more ‘real’, interesting & meaningful offers a more integrated approach offers the opportunity to use English as a tool to investigate and describe skills in language learning and science/maths learning are similar (ability to make hypotheses, predictions and observations) language learning is enhanced by a multiple intelligences approach 01/04/20153Steve Darn Ankara May 2011

4 Planning cross-curricular teaching using a story 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May Select an appropriate story Identify cross-curricular threads in the story Identify skills and strategies to be taught Identify appropriate resources

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6 Thank you for participating 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May 20116

7 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May One Sunday morning the warm sun came up and – POP !! – out of the egg came a tiny and very hungry caterpillar.

8 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May Join the CLIL world ! He started to look for some food

9 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May On Monday he ate through one apple, but he was still hungry. On _______ he ate through two ______, but he was still hungry.

10 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May On Saturday he ate through one piece of chocolate cake, one ice-cream cone, one pickle, one slice of Swiss cheese, one slice of salami,

11 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May That night he had a stomach ache ! one lollipop, one piece of cherry pie, one sausage, one cupcake and one slice of watermelon.

12 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May The next day was Sunday again. The caterpillar ate through one nice green leaf, and after that he felt much better.

13 Now he wasn’t hungry anymore and he wasn’t a little caterpillar any more. He was a big, fat caterpillar. 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May

14 He built a small house, called a cocoon, around himself. 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May He stayed inside for more than two weeks. Then he nibbled a hole in the cocoon, pushed his way out ………

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16 Looking at language fruit food days of the week numbers colours conjunctions past tense have + illnesses 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May

17 17 Making connections Maths Graphs Venn diagrams Geography Health & fitness Fruit, vegetables and climate Healthy eating Hygiene Art Paintings and drawings Language skills Stories & poems about food Science Sorting and classifying food types Life cycles of butterflies Music and Drama Songs about food

18 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May A food pyramid I really like eating these things: These things are OK: I don’t like these things:

19 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May Another food pyramid a lot of these things: not too much of these things: very little of these things: quite a lot of these things: I need …

20 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May The official food pyramid From ‘Cross-curricular Resources for Young Learners’

21 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May From ‘Cross-curricular Resources for Young Learners’

22 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May From ‘Cross-curricular Resources for Young Learners’

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24 Thank you for participating 01/04/2015Steve Darn Ankara May


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