CLIL material design at university.

Angels Oliva-Girbau, Mary Louise Walsh


In spite of the pressure to produce multilingual and communicatively competent graduates, there are few studies on the subject of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in Higher Education (HE). This paper analyses a range of course materials which are based on CLIL practices. These materials illustrate the positive effects that have made CLIL so popular in European primary and secondary education – learner autonomy, focus on real communication, change of classroom roles, etc. Ultimately, we aim at opening a discussion on the implementation of CLIL in HE and its positive effects on students’ ability to compete in the global job market when fluency in English is a lucrative asset.

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ISSN: 2385-6203

Edita: CIDUI Congrés Internacional de Docència Universitària i Innovació

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