We are a collaborative team made up of by primary, secondary and university teachers interested in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). In this approach, a second language is used to teach certain subjects in the curriculum, outside of language lessons themselves. Semi-immersion or partial immersion (SI) in foreign languages is of particular interest.
The objective of CLIL-SI collaborative research is to improve our understanding of the learning of school curricular content in multilingual environments. The aim is to be able to formulate and evaluate teaching/learning proposals oriented towards holistic linguistic education, which is integrated and integrative in classrooms, both in terms of content and language.
CLIL-SI is specialized in foreign language learning and its professional researchers are also members of the consolidated research group GREIP.
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CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECT:
ACADEMIC DISCOURSE IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: LEARNING AND ASSESMENT OF SCIENCE CONTENT IN THE MULTILINGUAL CLIL CLASSROOM (DALE-APECS) (R+D+i project funded by the MICINN. Ref. EDU2010-15783). Learn more.
TRICLIL 2012 International Conference, May 2012.