What is CLIL and how is it different from a normal English course? 

CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning 

It means subjects are taught in another language, for example Geography, Science, History or Maths. Students use language to learn content and content to learn language – the two are integrated and the focus of the lesson is equally balanced between them both. 

What are the benefits for our learners? 

Learners are motivated 

Learning how to learn – students develop learning strategies 

Meaningful interaction – there is a reason to communicate 

Clear objectives 

Confidence Building 

Developing thinking skills and creative skills 

Memory – learners remember more with challenging tasks

A focus on communication rather than accuracy  

Team work, working together on projects, comparing and sharing

If you would like to know more or try out the CLIL experience, contact us for a trial lesson.