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CLIL - IES Benicalap Main features and current approaches
How did we get involved? Year 2004/05: An initial proposal involving ‘bachillerato internacional’ was denied. Year 2005/06. New posibilities: CLIL approach suggested by the English teacher (Marisa González) of the CEFIRE of Valencia. February CLIL course. IES Benicalap. Mª Jesús Frigols. June CLIL Project. ‘Inspección Educativa’ gives its approval. Year 2006/07. Developing CLIL Project. January/February New CLIL course. CEFIRE of Valencia. Tim Herdon.
How many teachers are participating in this project? Mª Luz Gómez and José Bellés (English) Rafa González and Jesús Escorihuela (Technology) Juan Quílez (Physics & Chemistry)
Students /Subjects ‘Primero de bachillerato’. Voluntary students. 1 hour a week. Two groups: Chemistry and Technology ‘Segundo de bachillerato’. Four hours a week. ‘Técnicas de Laboratorio’ ‘Segundo de ESO’. Technology
Automoción Juan Parra
Automoción 2nd year/ English class Joana Company Two hours a week
FCT in Germany April 2006
CLIL: How did we get involved? February CLIL course. IES Benicalap. June CLIL Project. ‘Inspección Educativa’ gives its approval. Year 2006/07. Developing CLIL Project. January/February New CLIL course. CEFIRE of Valencia.
CLIL Teachers Working in one of their weekly meetings
Physics & Chemistry 1st year Team-Teaching English: Mª Luz Gómez Content: Juan Quílez Voluntary students 1 hour a week
Technology 1st year Team-Teaching English: José Bellés Content: Jesús Escorihuela Voluntary students 1 hour a week
Technology 2nd year ESO Rafa González
Future Juan Parra (Automoción) Mª Luz Gómez, José Bellés, Salva Campos, Joana Company (Department of English) Jesús Escorihuela, Rafa González (Technology) Esther Vidal and Juan Quílez (Physics & Chemistry) Jordi Albero (Economics) Josep Belda (Cultura Clásica)