Coaching for CLIL: a training proposal for non-CLIL content primary teachers in the Principado de Mónaco Bilingual School
Murillo-Caicedo, Angela Johanna
Tipo de Ítem:info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
As the world changes, so do languages. This is why education along all of its participants must adapt to a constant changing word and be up-to-date in order to meet all the needs that will show through time. CLIL is an approach that is always adapting to these needs despite how hard they are to meet and accomplish, making the ones who participate to reach their cognitive, linguistic and cultural goals in a fast and flexible way. In this work we have designed a CLIL teacher training proposal, in which teachers who participate get the basic competences needed to be a successful CLIL teacher as well as improving their teaching ability and techniques, in order to communicate meaning in a successful and enjoyable way to their learners. This work also includes a very thorough study on several aspects related to the CLIL approach, especially the teacher training in CLIL: models, suggestions and improvements that can be applied during the teaching experience. We provide teachers to participate in a training which follows the CLIL approach and allows them to discuss, propose, create and learn in a very practical way the most important aspects for knowing CLIL, planning with CLIL, create with the principles and tools that it offers as well as assessing and improve everyday their teaching practice. This intervention proposal aims to fulfill this need in bilingual schools in Colombia or any other region by improving the learning process for students and the methodology of their teachers. To conclude, this training can be adapted to several institutions, not only schools but also Universities, in which academic writing can be given more importance for the successful creation of material for the students. In order to do this, action research is needed with the knowledge acquired in this training.
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