Interaction strategies: -Taking the floor: *Can ask for attention - Co-operating:*Can indicate when they are following.- Asking for clarification: *Can say “Repeat, please” *Can say “Sorry, I don’t understand” *Can ask for clarification about key words or phrases. EJ: Talk to about your favourite animal with your partner (spoken interaction) Reception strategies: *Grasp the overall meaning (gist) *Extract specific informationPredict *Guess the meaning of unkown words. EJ: (CD) Listen and tick the four animals.Production strategies: - Planning: *Can rehearse what’s going to be said *Can plan silently what’s going to be written - Compensating: *Can identify what he/she means by pointing *Can use gesture to clarify what he/she wants to say *Can use an inadequate word (hyperonym) and then explain its meaning by means of gestures *Can paraphrase.
CLIL is a dual focused educational approach in which an additional language is used for the learning and teaching of both content and language” /It is an approach where these subjects are taught in a language different from the mother tongue (asignaturas)/ Origin: Roman Empire/ Globalization/ The learning of a language is different in countries and regions but the objectives are the same (PISA ,OECD)/ Europe: it is matter of wanting to be plurilingual, language learning promotion/ The rest of the world: English as a vehicular language in some parts but not everywhere (LOTE)/ The teacher of CLIL is not a language teacher: motivational and cognitive benefits/ The 4 Cs Framework. They are interrelated components of CLIL: *Content (the subject matter) *Cognition (learning and thinking process) *Communication (language learning and using) *Culture (developing cultural understanding & global citizenship). Multiple Intelli: is a theory proposed by Howard Gardner in 1983./ Multiple intelligences are the ability to solve problems or create products that are valued in one or more cultural contexts. According to him, there are eight. So humans possess eight different parts of their brain where different intelligences would stay. Verbal-linguistic i, musical i, logical-mathematical i, bodily-kinesthetic i, naturalistic.
Verbal-linguistic: it is the ability to manage and structure the meanings and functions of words and language.It is not only the ability to communicate, to learn to recognize sounds or symbols and associate them with meanings. The use of words to express emotions, to sing, etc., makes us different from animals. It is also the ability to think, along with the words, allows us to remember, analyze, solve problems, plan and create. Pupils develop this intelligence with all activities in the English class./ Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *To compose tales, stories, poems, fables creatively *To have good spelling *To have good vocabulary *To enjoy reading books *They have good memory for names, places, dates or details of general culture *Active and participative attitude in reading and writing activities *To Interact with peers and understands
Logical-mathematical: Logical reasoning ability: It includes mathematical calculations, numerical reasoning, ability to solve logic problems, problem solving, ability to understand abstract concepts, reasoning, and understanding relationships. Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *To perform mental calculations quickly *To execute strategy games like chess *To solve problems using logic *To design experiments *To sort objects by category or hierarchy *To learn and master concepts of quantity, time, and cause and effect *They use several math skills like estimate, calculation, etc *To think mathematically (gathering evidence, formulating hypotheses, etc.) ACT:3rd and 4th of Primary - Tangram