CLIL as a Meaningful Pathway to Redefine Foreign Language Courses in Higher Education
This article gives account of the pedagogical interplay that CLIL could have as an educational approach within a pre-selected undergraduate group of International Business students. It presents a proposal that considers the importance of providing learners with an embedded, functional and curricular model, in which languages and content interrelate simultaneously. In the same line of thought, it suggests a set of materials and resources which could be applied according to particular educational settings, and puts forward a five-step elemental procedure to follow, along with guidelines for teachers to implement CLIL within their university classes.
Colombian traditional education models have been immersed within our society for many decades up to now. Features such as memory, Continue Reading →