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  • Course Title: TBLT in CLIL procedure - New possibilities in bilingual education
  • Rationale and justification for the course: Dissemination of PETALL Project and improving language teaching methodology in CLIL classrooms and other models of bilingual education
  • Investigation of the field (state of the art) and innovative character: Implementing task based activities in CLIL classroom and task evaluation
  • Target groups: Language teachers and content teachers in elementary and secondary schools; trainee teachers; master and PhD students
  • Outcomes: changes in practices, procedures or didactic materials: • Encourage teachers to use tasks in their CLIL classroom and bilingual context • Encourage teachers to use ICT elements in TBLT • Motivate students learning with the use of alternative (formative)assessment
  • Contents: • PETALL Project • TBLT framework (Ellis/ Willis) and its elements • ICT in TBLT • Using tasks in CLIL / ESP / bilingual context • Evaluation of task-based activities • Rubrics and descriptors for language and content assessment • Alternatives in assessment appropriate in TBLT (self-assessment, peer assessment, learning logs)
  • Methodologies: • Introducing PETALL Project • Introducing TBLT in CLIL classroom • Introducing ICT in TBLT • Samples of ICT elements in tasks made for the purpose of the project • Proposal of task assessment methods appropriate in the TBLT / CLIL approach • Workshop  TBLT basics: group formation criteria, resources management, task pattern for and against, fellow colleagues support…  ICT for TBLT purpose  Designing tasks in CLIL / ESP context  Designing rubrics for task evaluation (both content and language)  Discussion: pro & cons
  • Evaluation procedures: Participants fill in questionnaire designed by National Agency regarding the quality of the course, course content, attendees expectations, timing, applicability in classrooms, etc.
  • Follow-up strategy: Participants of the first session will be asked to design task based activities in their classroom and implement them. They will be asked to send us the tasks layout in written form by email or in dropbox and comment the implementation procedure. Since next session will be held at university for master and doctoral students, they may bring short video clips of TBLT lessons they have made.
  • Schedule: Timeframe : 9.30 – 15.00 Number of sessions: 2 Total number of hours for each type of session: 8
  • Approval by the national body: Name of national body: National Agency (Zavod za unapredivanje obrazovanja i vaspitanja - ZUOV) Date of approval 19.08.2015. Ref. No. S10462015
  • Scientific advisor: Name: Jelena Filipović Affiliation:University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology
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