CLIL at secondary level: Principles and practice

Wai Yu Stella KONG, Philip HOARE

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Abstract

This paper explores two major challenges facing students in CLIL classrooms, particularly at secondary level as content becomes more complex and the language focus becomes more academic. It then presents three pedagogical principles derived from these challenges which teachers can apply to support student learning. These principles are exemplified in sample teaching materials / activities.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2011

Citation

Kong, S., & Hoare, P. (2011, April). CLIL at secondary level: Principles and practice. Paper presented at the 45th International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language Annual International I Conference & Exhibition 2011, Brighton, UK.

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