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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.


Pluriliteracies Approach to Learning

Project working languages: English and German
Project term: 2013-2015
Project team: Oliver Meyer, Do Coyle, Ana Halbach, Kevin Schuck,Teresa Ting

What is it about?

The project aims to develop CLIL approaches, which teachers can use in the classroom, with a special focus on providing support for academic literacies in secondary education. A guide for transforming CLIL practice will be developed, evaluated, adapted and disseminated by practitioners.

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Target audience involved in project activities

  • teachers
  • teacher educators
  • educational authorities responsible for CLIL programmes
  • teacher associations

What the project is intended to achieve

 Expected outcomes and outputs
 How useful the outcomes and outputs will be

Great minds = Great Results

   Graz Group Teachers

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Project workshop in 2015 - if you wish to participate click here and contact your National Nominating Authority



left to right: Helmut Vollmer, Gerrit-Jan Koopman, Irina Hawker, David Lasagabaster, Ana Halbach, Do Coyle, Roy Lyster, Oliver Meyer; front row: Teresa Ting, Christiane Dalton-Puffer, Rachel Whittaker, Ana Llinares, Kevin Schuck

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