Author: Catherine Seewald/18 October 2018/Categories: Show on front page, ECML programme 2016-2019, Developing language awareness in subject classes
"Whatever the subject, all knowledge building in a school involves working with languages."
For the next two days the 5 team members of the ECML’s project “Developing language awareness in subject classes” will be working with 11 non-linguistic subject teachers of 12/13 year old students with migration background on the development of teaching approaches and materials, coming from Armenia, Austria, Finland, France, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.
The project aims to provide subject teachers with practical procedures to identify and support their learners. The procedures developed will enable teachers to reflect on different ways to include plurilingual and intercultural approaches in their teaching, approaches which learners can draw on and apply when learning new subject content. The initiative builds on the outputs of the ECML project "Language skills for successful subject learning - CEFR linked descriptors for mathematics and history/civics".
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