What is CLIL? by Coline Mailleux – Episode 1: Graham Mackenzie

This is the first episode in a new series called What is CLIL? Host Coline Mailleux interviews CLIL teachers to uncover both the meaning and the practice of CLIL. In this first episode, Coline interviews Graham Mackenzie, a Project Associate Professor at Sophia University, who has extensive experience teaching CLIL, researching CLIL, and running teacher training workshops about CLIL. Click the link below to listen to the episode or find it on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or Amazon Music. https://rss.com/podcasts/clilvoices/1199587/

Episode 2: Josh Grisdale

Welcome back to CLIL Voices! A podcast aimed at bringing together different voices from across the world of CLIL in dialogue. In this episode we bring you a conversation with Josh Grisdale. Josh is founder of Accessible Japan, a website that provides accessibility information in English for people visiting Japan. Josh has cerebral palsy, is quadriplegic, and has used a wheelchair since the age of three. Josh was interviewed by Matt in 2019, with Matt, as a language teacher, connecting with Josh with the aim of developing knowledge and accurate lesson materials about accessible tourism. A video highlighting Josh’s important work can be viewed here. Listen to the episode here: https://rss.com/podcasts/clilvoices/850314/  CLIL Voices… 続きを読む Episode 2: Josh Grisdale

Episode 1: Darío Banegas

CLIL Voices is a new podcast aimed at bringing together different voices from across the world of CLIL in dialogue. Listen here: https://rss.com/podcasts/clilvoices/533668 This is our inaugural episode, featuring a conversation with Dr Darío Luis Banegas. Darío is a lecturer in language education at the University of Edinburgh. His research interests include materials, identity, motivation, teacher education, and curriculum development with regard to CLIL. More information about him can found here. In this conversation, we speak about Darío’s work and his beliefs about CLIL. CLIL Voices is a Sophia University-based project in Japan from the creators of The TEFLology Podcast.

CLIL ティーチャーズ ヴォイス

My CLIL Teaching Story 1: CLIL workshop for young learners By Chantal Hemmi How the curriculum was created I was asked by Ms Mina Yajima of JOES (Japan Overseas Educational Services) to create an opportunity for returnee children in Years 4 and 5 in January 2021, and as a SOLIFIC-JOES joint project, we successfully launched a CLIL workshop of eight 1.5 hr sessions in total. Here is how my learning journey as a CLIL teacher began. The needs JOES is a non-profit organization that supports Japanese children who will live overseas in the future, and those who have lived abroad and returned to Japan. It also runs a wide variety of services for… 続きを読む CLIL Teacher’s Voice


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