CLIL activities by Liz Dale and Rosie Tanner
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Simpson, Adam John (2012) CLIL activities by Liz Dale and Rosie Tanner. [Book Review]
Official URL: http://edition.tefl.net/reviews/esl-teaching/clil-activities/
Ever since David Marsh and Anne Maljers ushered in the era of CLIL in 1994, this new methodology has remained a source of hot debate in ELT. While many teachers are suspicious of or indeed resistant to the very notion of Content and Language Integrated learning, others view it as the future of language teaching. For those unfamiliar with the concept, CLIL is an approach which aims to marry the learning of content to the acquisition of an additional language, thus teaching both the subject and the language simultaneously. While several notable books have been written on this methodology, our profession has been crying out for a definitive guide to CLIL: it is with this mission in mind that Liz Dale and Rosie Tanner have created this book.
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