Presentation on theme: "Science Across the World Saturday May 2 nd, 2009 Keith Kelly Content and Language Integrated Learning in Action."— Presentation transcript:
Science Across the World Saturday May 2 nd, 2009 Keith Kelly Content and Language Integrated Learning in Action.
Science Across the World Largest global schools network
Topics (1) 1)Acid rain (12/16) 2)Biodiversity around us (12/15) 3)Chemistry in our lives (12/15) 4)Climate change (14-16) 5)Domestic waste (12/16) 6)Drinking water (12/15) 7)Eating and drinking (10/12) 8)Global warming (15/16) 9)Keeping healthy (12/15) 10)Plants and me (10-12) 10)Renewable energy (12/15) 11)Talking about Genetics (14/16) 12)What do you eat? (12-14) Translated into many languages including Portuguese!
Meet the Experts: Real Science in the Classroom Year of the potato 2008: Online Software: Exchange your results and opinions Genetics Today (1)
Darwin-Year 2009 Celebrating his birthday, Feb. 12 th, 1809 Celebrating the publishing ofOn the Origin of Species.... Nov. 24 th,1859 Genetics Today (2)
Let us start new student activities: Talking about Darwin Across the World (only in German) Darwin-Year 2009
Comenius INSET with SAW link Open to all teachers in EU- and affiliated countries Next course: July 2008 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria Interculturalising Education: Content, Language and Culture for Schools Links and Partnerships fm?fuseaction=DisplayCourse&cid= ontent.showcontent&node=676
Conclusions Sign up Choose a topic (see sample exchange forms) Discuss with students Find partner (s) Identify the language (task) Survey group Exchange / publish Compare
Why get involved Language in context Real communication Topics relevant to students curriculum Real-life topics And its free, but it might not be for long!
Links FACTWorld (forum for across the curriculum teaching) e-group with 2700 teachers around the world ELTeCS English Language Teaching Contacts Scheme, 20,000 + e-group with 2700 teachers around the world CLIL Cascade Network The one stop place for content and language integrated learning