PRESENTATIONS

Irma ADOMAVIČIENĖ
Visual Aids and Activities to Deepen Student Learning
 
Giedrė BALČYTYTĖ-KURTINIENĖ
CLIL Beyond the Classroom: Integration of Music and Language in English Song-Events
 
Elena BORSETTO
Introducing CLIL at University: Students’ attitudes to learning Literature through English
 
Kim BOWER
'Speaking French alive': learner perspectives on their motivation in Content and Language Integrated Learning in England
 
Susanna CRISTOFANELLO
CLIL: an effective approach in adult schooling for migrants 
 

Patrizia CUGUSI

CLIL meets Flipped Learning: an example of effective teaching practice in non-ideal contexts

 

Michaela ČANKOVA

CLIL in Czech schools

 

Fabiana FAZZI

Planning and delivering museum CLIL educational programmes

 

Marie-Theres HOFER

PrimA-CLIL: Multiple Stakeholders’ Perceptions of CLIL and Its Implementation at Primary School Level in Austria

 

Eva ILLES

What makes CLIL work?

 

Stanislava JONAKOVA, Nataša MOCKOVA

CLIL in Czech Military Environment

 

Vilda KIAUNYTĖ

English meets Engineering: experience, challenges and solutions

 

Gretchen KETNER

A Tale of Two Courses: Integration and Collaboration in an ESL + Sociology Linked Class

 

Yoko KUSUMOTO

From EFL course to CLIL course

 

Chiara LIBERIO

The impact of CLIL implementation in secondary schools in Northern Italy: a qualitative investigation of CLIL teachers' perspectives

 

Beatriz LOPEZ MEDINA
Developing criteria for CLIL textbook evaluation
 
Linda LOMBARDO

Implications of a CLIL approach for teaching EFL at university level: An example of good practice

 

Carmelina MAURIZIO

CLIL4ALL: The inclusive teaching aspects of CLIL

 

Marina MATTHEOUDAKIS

The impact of CLIL on late bilinguals’ cognitive skills

 

Alessandro MENCARELLI

Academic speech functions in CLIL discourse: a classroom-based research 

 

Daina MINIOTAITĖ

Challenges of Teaching American Literature and Literary Text Analysis Classes

 

Yurie ONO
Combining Visual Thinking Strategies and Inquiry-based Art Viewing in a Japanese CLIL classroom
 

Dovilė SPUDIENĖ

CLIL: Reasoning and Creativityin Science Lessons. From Theory To Practice 

 

Irina TITARENKO
Applying CLIL for Course Design at Tertiary Level
 

Kristina URBONIENĖ, Danguolė VAIČEKAUSKIENĖ

Integrated Teaching: Why, What and How? 

 

Loreta ZAVADSKIENĖ

Some Insights into the Needs for CLIL Acknowledged by Lithuanian Secondary School Teachers

 

 

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