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ECML PROGRAMME - Programme 2012-2015

A pluriliteracies approach to teaching for learning

A pluriliteracies approach builds on CLIL approaches to help learners become better meaning-makers, who can draw on content knowledge to communicate successfully across languages, disciplines and cultures. In this way it promotes deep learning and helps develop responsible, global citizens.

Events

2015

Expert meeting, 19-20 March 2015

Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria 
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany 
Participants: project team

Workshop, 2-3 June 2015

Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany
Co-animators: Ana Halbach, Spain; Kevin Schuck, Netherlands; Do Coyle, United Kingdom; Teresa Ting, Italy
Working languages: English and German, with simultaneous interpretation
Participants' profile:
 
  • Professional background: Foreign language teachers, teachers of social and natural sciences, all working in CLIL contexts at secondary school. Teacher trainers involved in secondary school CLIL teacher training
 
  • Experience, competences required:Experience in teaching in CLIL programmes through the medium of French, German, English or Spanish; High competence in English (lingua franca) and or German; Critical awareness and reflective abilities; Team working skills and willingness to use own professional networks to disseminate outcomes
 
  • Expected involvement/tasks before, during and after the event:  
Before: reflect on the role of language and literacy in the content subjects; should take self-evaluation questionnaire; be aware of own approach to literacy development in CLIL through very small scale trialing of some materials to trigger reflection.
During: analyse sample teaching materials, micro-teaching sessions using these materials, evaluate the approach taken in these materials. 
After: fill in evaluation questionnaire and create a professional learning network of those wishing to experiment further with the new teaching approach and materials by including into their teaching / teacher training practice.

Past events

2014

Expert meeting 2 

10-11 November 2014
"Literacies through Content and Language Integrated Learning: effective learning across subjects and languages"
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria 
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany 
Participants: project team


Network meeting

17-18 June 2014
"Literacies through Content and Language Integrated Learning: effective learning across subjects and languages"
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria 
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany
Co-animators: Ana Halbach, Spain; Kevin Schuck, Netherlands; Do Coyle, United Kingdom 
Participants: up to 16 participants invited by the project team

Expert meeting

13-14 January 2014
"Literacies through Content and Language Integrated Learning: effective learning across subjects and languages"
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria 
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany 
Participants: project team

Network meeting

28-29 May 2013
"Literacies through Content and Language Integrated Learning: effective learning across subjects and languages"
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria 
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany
Co-animators: Ana Halbach, Spain; Kevin Schuck, Netherlands; Do Coyle, United Kingdom 

Expert meeting

15-17 January 2013
"Literacies through Content and Language Integrated Learning: effective learning across subjects and languages"
Venue: ECML, Graz, Austria
Coordinator: Oliver Meyer, Germany
Participants: project team

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