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dc.contributor.authorCarrión Candel, Elena
dc.contributor.authorPérez Agustín, Mercedes
dc.contributor.authorBarrios Vicente, Isabel Matilde
dc.contributor.authorAparicio Molina, Yannelys
dc.description.abstractPicture books which were implemented through Wanga Gag's Millions of Cats have been proven to be an excellent resource because images opposed to words have a leading role. This resource also becomes a perfect ally for digital natives who are appealed to images and with the use of ICT tools turns it into a more appealing and engaging experience. The picture book titled Press Here by Herve Tullet has been used to work the 4Cs of CLIL (Content, Culture, Communication and Cognition) through non-linguistic subjects (Art, Math and Music). Cuadernia due to its flexibility and easiness it is the most suitable ICT tool to introduce a picture book through CLIL methodology at early stages. Different tasks to work Art like the result of mixing primary colors or a video to consolidate the shape of a circle help students to activate their prior knowledge in a visual way. Math was also introduced through Cuadernia with the aim to learn counting until 5 through bottle caps and associated to colors. Lastly, Music together with the shape of the circles was displayed showing finger paint. For all the previously stated ideas, it is highly recommended to use a software like Cuadernia to work any picture book through bilingual methodology because it will broaden students' knowledge and allow them to practice in a more dynamic and attractive environment.es_ES
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dc.subjectearly educationes_ES
dc.subjectpicture bookses_ES
dc.titleBenefits of introducing Picture books through ICTs in Bilingual Settings: An example with Cuadernia and Press Here by Herve Tulletes_ES
dc.typeArticulo Revista Indexadaes_ES

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