The INCLUDE CLIL Inventory collects resources on CLIL for social inclusion selected by the Consortium partners through an expressly designed ‘benchmarking’ methodology.

The benchmarking methodology combines the following:

i) a review of the literature on social inclusion and language learning, to identify key drivers, barriers and trends in language-supported active inclusion

ii) a quality appraisal method to select and evaluate relevant items for the Inventory

iii) a content analysis procedure and template to standardise analysis and presentation of the resources collected.

 

You can download the CLIL Inventory benchmarking files by clicking the resource titles below. Resources are listed in alphabetical order of the titles.

 

A methodological model for integrating character within CLIL in sociology of religion - Alimi Y-M. (2013).

An inventory of community actions in the field of multilingualism - European Commission (2011).

Assessment and evaluation in CLIL - Quartapelle, F. (2012).

Building bridges between different levels of education: methodological proposals for CLIL at university - Gonzalez, G.A.,Barbero, J. (2013).

Café CLIL.

CLIL and e-learning - Cismas, S.C., Vajiala, G. (2011).

CLIL and Intercultural Communicative Competence: Foundations and Approaches towards a Fusion -  Sudhoff, J. (2010).

CLIL Compendium.

CLIL Counterweights: recognising and decreasing disjuncture in CLIL - Mehisto P. (2008).

CLIL Project Work at Early Ages: a case study - Martinez A-C. A. (2009).

CLIL quality matrix - Marsh, D., (2005).

Content and Language Integrated Learning Andriulienė, L., Kelly, K., Krikštaponis, A., Vilkanciene, L., Sušinskienė, V., Bazarienė, N., Brazauskienė, R.  (Eds.).(2006).

Content and language integrated learning (CLIL). A development trajectory - Marsh, D. (2012).

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) at School in Europe - Eurydice (2006).

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Considerations in the Colombian Context - Bonces, J.R., (2012).

Content-and-language Integrated Learning: From practice to principals - Dalton-Puffer, C. (2011).

Content and Language Integrated Learning Motivating Learners and Teachers - Coyle, D. (2008).

Developing academic register in CLIL: An exploratory study of Spanish L2 students’ Latin American Political Economy writing in the UK - Hughes, N. (2013).

Developing CLIL training for modern languages teacher trainees - Hunt, M., Neofitou, A. & Redford, J. (2009).

Effective language teaching: a synthesis of research - Harris, J., Ó Duibhir, P. (2011).

European CLIL resource centre for web 2.0 education - e-CLIL - Sanchez, G. (2012).

The Integrated Nature of CLIL - Loranc-Paszylk, B. (2010).

Immersion and CLIL in English: more differences than similarities - Lasagabaster, D., Sierra, J.M. (2010).

Initiative tools citizenship intervention certification of language skills (CLIL) - Groia, G. (2013).

Integrating the Spiritual-Cultural, Rights-Responsibilities, and Economics of a Citizenship Development Higher Learning through a Differently Conceived and Practiced Sociology in (Second Language) English in the Japanese University -  Brady, A. (2013).

International CLIL Research Journal, Vol 1 (4) 2012.

Italian as a second language: experiences from a changing education environment - Bulli, G., Pieraccioni, G. (2008).

Language Rich Europe - Extra, G., Yağmur, K. (2012).

Languages for Jobs - European Commission (2011).

Multilingual Education in Europe: Policy Developments - Vez, J.M. (2009).

NALDIC, the UK subject association for English as an additional language (EAL).

Relevance of CLIL in developing pedagogies for minority language teaching -  Anderson J. (2009).

Step Together. Migrant Children in Schools -  Kecskés, J. (2013).

The CLIL Network - Udine experience in the design and implementation of multilingual teaching - Bernardini, E., Campanale, N., De Liddo, G. (2001).

The CLIL Tool Kit for Teachers. Transforming Theory Into Practice - Rigo, C. (2010).

The CLIL Tool Kit: transforming theory into practice -  Coyle, D., Hood, P. & Marsh, D. (2010).

The Integrated Nature of CLIL: A Sociocultural Perspective -  Moate, J. (2010).

The linguistic and educational integration of children and adolescents from migrant backgrounds: Language(s) of Schooling: Focusing on vulnerable learners - Little, D., 2010.

The sociolinguistics of CLIL: language planning and language change in 21st century Europe - Lorenzo F. (2007).

The use of ICT in CLIL - Perez, I. (2014).

Using Languages to Learn and Learning to Use Languages -  Marsh D. (2000).

 

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Project no: 530938-LLP-2012-IT-KA2-KA2NW Grant Agreement no: 2012-4255