EMILE

L’Enseignement d’une Matière Intégrée dans la Langue Etrangère

CLIL en anglais – Content and Language Integrated Learning

Connu aussi sous le titre DNL Discipline Non Linguistique.

 

 

 

En France, EMILE commence après deux années de renforcement linguistique, donc généralement en 2nde après deux années d’anglais supplémentaires en 4e et 3e. En Afrique Occidentale, EMILE démarre dès la CP. Depuis 2009, on m’invite à Dakar pour animer un stage dédié à l’EMILE en cycle 2 et en cycle 3.

The origins of CLIL or DNL or EMILE, as it was originally known, are explained here on the Emilangues website : http://www.emilangues.education.fr/international/emile-clil-europe

A good source of information but lesson ideas for older learners : http://www.emilangues.education.fr/

Some reading materials for you to peruse :

An article in French by Jenny Léger on CLIL and how to put in place in the primary classroom in a context of West Africa primary schools CLIL project (Dakar primary training course March 2013) : Guidelines for CLIL document

CLIL booklet

CLIL booklet in French

CLIL workshop report

chapter 4 CLIL

clil-at-school-in-europe_fr

The CLIL Handshake copyright Jenny Léger 2013

Handshake cooperation

 

Quelques exemples pour mes stages :

Video Number One

 

Video Number Two

 

Maths Video Number Two – my edited version

 

 

The CLIL Matrix

CLIL Matrix smaller

If you want to read more on the background to CLIL, you will find some useful resources here :

http://archive.ecml.at/mtp2/clilmatrix/html/CLIL_E_pdesc.htm

http://eltnotebook.blogspot.fr/2011/10/clil-some-problems-and-some-solutions.html

http://clilingmesoftly.wordpress.com/clil-models-3/the-clil-matrix-maljers-et-al/

Some resources are available here

 

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