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Upper Secondary School of Chemistry Pardubice

CLIL in Education – Erasmus+ KA2

Erasmus+ KA202: CLIL in Education

Duration: 01.11.2020-31.12.2022

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Registration no.: 2020-1-CZ01-KA202-078232

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Project summary

Our project wants to stimulate high-quality, innovative ways of teaching and learning through new approach.

CLIL aims to develop an integrated educational approach that put together various subjects and language that engages students in learning by doing, and solving problems, which comprises acting, observing and reflecting on the data collected, while exposing them to the target language.

Through collaboration with our partners, we want to:

– deepen competences in English

– facilitate a preparation of CLIL lesson

– promote innovative teaching/learning methods with a great emphasis on language and multidisciplinary approach

– create more attractive ways of learning and thus increase students´ motivation to study

– promote teamwork at national/international level

– strengthen use of ICT and digital media for teaching/learning.

 

Objectives

The main goal of CLIL project is to increase the quality of education and motivate students to be active in learning process and to equip them with skill sets to help them to be successful in their future jobs, to become responsible citizens and attractive for international labour market.

The more specific objective is to suggest and recommend for implementation a model of integrating English, other subjects and ICT in teaching and project-based learning.

Main outputs

  • Survey on using CLIL in partner schools
  • Manual for planning and creating CLIL tutorials
  • Catalogue of CLIL lessons
  • Digital tools for CLIL
  • International team competition for students

Staff training for teacher in CLIL in Education project

CLIL meeting Pardubice

In March, the seminar for teachers took place at our school as a part of the European project CLIL in education, or in other words: how to introduce English into the teaching of other subjects.

During the four-day meeting, a team of teachers from seven partner schools in six countries (Czech Republic, Italy, Slovakia, Estonia, Turkey and 2sx Spain) collaborated to implement a series of presentations on learning apps for each subject and on methods for joint assessment of this teaching/learning model.

During the visit, group workshops were also held for the team members to create activities based on learning apps, and discussions took place where we shared experiences, procedures and the use of these tools for the methodology and student assessment.


CLIL in Education project coordinators meeting in Bratislava

The last week in May, a coordinators‘ meeting took place in Bratislava. It was attended by representatives of all seven partner schools.

During the three-day meeting, we checked the progress of the work on the project together, shared other tasks and deadlines, and set a schedule of work and meetings in the autumn. The Cartagena team has already presented a detailed design of the program and competition for the student, which will take place in October at their school.