CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) Methodology in Higher Education
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
15 July 2019
19 July 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands
A practical CLIL (content and language integrated learning) methodology course for teachers and lecturers working through English in higher education (HE). During the course, you develop and improve your understanding, expertise and skills related to CLIL and English Medium Instruction (EMI) in higher education. The course is practical and for those who would like to learn to involve students more in learning.
Do you teach your subject in English? This is a CLIL (content and language integrated learning) methodology course for teachers and lecturers working through English in higher education (HE) or English Medium Instruction (EMI). The course is for lecturers and teachers in any subject teaching through English in HE who would like to improve their CLIL methodology skills. Participants will develop and improve their understanding, expertise and skills related to CLIL in higher education. In higher education around the world today there are increasing numbers of teachers and lecturers who are expected to teach their subject through the medium of English. For students and teachers for whom English is an additional language this raises a range of important issues. CLIL (content and language integrated learning) methodology can provide the necessary tools that higher education teachers and lecturers need to guide understanding and support the learning of their students.
Rosie Tanner, Elma Zijderveld
Lecturers in higher education who are teaching - or going to teach - their subject through English.
At the end of the course, participants will be able:
• To expand and improve their understanding, expertise and skills related to content and language integrated learning (CLIL) in higher education.
• To use a range of practical activities for working with CLIL in higher education, particularly active learning and interactive activities for students in higher education;
• To apply the knowledge and skills to create their own high quality CLIL education;
• To apply the knowledge and skills to develop a subject and language integrated curriculum;
• To practice presentation and lecturing skills through English.
40 hours per week. There are generally two practical and participatory workshops per day, each dealing with a different CLIL topic. Participants will be actively involved, e.g. preparing materials and collaborating on assignments for their own teaching practice. The summer school also organizes social activities with other summer school attendees.
Housing through Utrecht Summer School
For this course you are required to upload the following documents when applying:
Rosie Tanner, +31-6-28745670
01 June 2019