Here is a pretty exhaustive list of CLIL workshop topics – in alphabetical order - that I offer:
- Activating language and content
- Active learning and brain-friendly CLIL
- Authentic assessment and assessment for learning in CLIL
- Collaboration between the English department and subject teachers
- Cross-curricular projects
- Errors and feedback: recognizing errors, giving feedback to learners on content, spoken and written language
- Guiding understanding and working with input: helping learners understand spoken and written input; texts and reading skills; scaffolding learning; graphic organizers
- Images in CLIL: how to use visuals in your CLIL lessons
- The language of your subject : language in texts: the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR); what is typical language in your subject?
- Learner differences; multiple intelligences
- Lesson materials development for CLIL
- Output: speaking. Encouraging English in the lessons: getting learners involved. Information gaps, communicative speaking, speaking tasks.
- Output: writing. Communicative writing; different kinds of writing texts.
- Questioning and thinking skills: LOTS and HOTS (lower order thinking skills and higher order thinking skills)
- Vocabulary. Glossaries or PIFS (personal idiom files); vocabulary tasks
- What is CLIL? How CLIL are you? A general introduction to CLIL