Monday, 12 November 2012

Questions for teachers - by Josie

A handout which contains 7-8 questions for teachers to look at and find the answers for during the first half of the session.
Session 7 Handout

2 comments:

  1. This are the basic elements that make CLIL run effectively.
    We can find them on the internet(:).
    These 'Core CLIL Activators' represent a synthesis of key elements of good pedagogy and good CLIL practice. They also depict some of the ways CLIL stakeholders work together to build a learning community, and, in particular, rich learning environments for students.

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  2. 1.What’s a web quest? Can you find one to use with your students?

    A WebQuest is a tool which helps the teacher to develop the learning process in a Internet environment. Most of the resources come from Internet. If you want to develop a WebQuest is necessary to create a Web site, for example a Web page or a Blog where you can have the files.In this Web site, the students are able to do tasks and upload the answers or solutions and you have the possibility to share the response.

    The best is to make it yourself but here you have some examples in technology.

    http://lessonplancentral.com/lessons/Computers_and_Internet/Webquests/Technology/index.htm

    http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/profdev/profdev175.shtml


    2. What are the ‘Core CLIL Activators’? Where can you find them?

    These 'Core CLIL Activators' represent a synthesis of key elements of good pedagogy and good CLIL practice. They also depict some of the ways CLIL stakeholders work together to build a learning community, and, in particular, rich learning environments for students.

    When you are sketching your task to you must remember that for a good CLIL you must do things as :
    1.Plan the learning and show it to your students.
    2. Manage language
    3.Streching thinking
    4. Engage the students …..


    3. What is the CLIL matrix? What is its aim?

    The CLIL Matrix is an awareness-raising and training tool for teachers who wish
    to consider the skills and knowledge necessary for achieving quality CLIL
    to examine the extent to which they are prepared for teaching through CLIL


    4. Where can you find some examples of didactic units?


    5. Find out where 4 of the blogs are from.

    www.blogger.com
    http://www.webs.com/
    http://www.livejournal.com/

    6.Find 2 CLIL resources you could use with your students.

    http://technologymolinillo.blogspot.com.es/2012/05/extract-of-didactic-unit-6-on.html

    http://www.slideshare.net/FEDERICO_FDEZ_HERRERA/didactic-unit-4-metals-part-ii

    7. Go to www.udpproserv.com
    and login as a guest to see the ‘CLIL: Bilingualism &
    Multilingualism an introduction’. Look at the powerpoint
    first for instructions on how toaccess.


    8.Can you add any more website or blog links to your blog

    http://www.topmarks.co.uk/
    http://www.technologystudent.com/struct1/struindex.htm
    http://www.middleschoolscience.com
    http://www.tecno12-18.com
    http://www.ktaggart.co.uk/physics/worksheets.htm

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