CLIL

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CLIL – an all-rounder? In two languages!
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Academic language and generic writing in school subjects
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Which language(s) of schooling for new arrivals?
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Vortrag zur Fremdsprachlichkeit des Wissens

CLIL – an all-rounder? In two languages!

The success of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is reflected both in the growing demand for bilingual education and in the results of empirical studies. Bilingual learners achieve a significantly higher level of foreign language competence while, at the same time, they acquire subject-specific concepts. In addition, they are provided with excellent opportunities for […]

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Academic language and generic writing in school subjects

Linguists distinguish between a formal approach to the language system and the communicative language use in culturally embedded situations (langue vs. parole with de Saussure 1916). As a consequence, the basic unit of language description and analysis is different. Whereas structural-generative linguistics takes the sentence as the central category, functional linguistics sees the genre (ie. […]

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