15th of July, Sophia University, Osaka Campus
は、CLIL 研究で世界的に有名なAngel Lin 教授（サイモン・フレイ
This seminar focuses on the integration of subject-matter and
English acquisition, which is the crucial aspect of CLIL (Content
and Language Integrated Learning). Theories based on the most
recent research and classroom examples informed by those
studies will be presented. The speakers are Professor Angel Lin
(Simon Fraser University, Canada), a world-famous researcher in
CLIL, and Professor Makoto Ikeda (Sophia University), vice
president of Japan CLIL Pedagogy Association.
How to Integrate Content and Language Teaching 1
Designing CLIL Lessons through the Multimodalities-Entextualization Cycle (MEC)
How to plan a CLIL lesson that is content driven but also integrates the teaching of the 4 language skills? How to use translanguaging
strategies (i.e., allowing students’ familiar linguistic and cultural resources to scaffold content and language learning)
while ensuring that students get the opportunities to use the target language (L2) for meaningful purposes? In this workshop, I
present our experience in developing the ‘Multimodalities-Entextualization Cycle’(MEC) as a critical pragmatic approach that both
scaffolds students’ content and language learning, and affirms and capitalizes on their familiar cultural and linguistic resources.
How to Integrate Content and Language Teaching 2
Classroom Activities and Techniques
In this highly practical workshop, participants will be shown ample classroom tasks and pedagogical skills that effectively integrate
content learning and language acquisition. Examples are collected from primary, secondary and tertiary classrooms in Europe and
Japan. Frameworks for content-language integration and English-Japanese translanguaging will also be provided.