jueves, 18 de junio de 2020

Scaffoling in CLIL Secondary. Face to face course.


Face to face course. 2019 - 2020

Scaffolding is a great way to engage students in a lesson from the very beginning. Scaffolding helps building skills and competences by helping learners to understand the contents and the language using different strategies that support them to build skills and competences which will be transferred to other 

In order to make scaffolding  effectively, we should always have in mind the objective of our lesson, the students’ needs and the task sequencing, and focus our scaffolding where the help is needed to achieve intended learning outcomes.

Remember that Scaffolding means helping learners to build and develop skills and competences, and it helps teachers to attend diversity and foster creativity and autonomy within the classroom.

Continue reading and get the materials from this course on the Scaffolding page of the blog: 

lunes, 19 de diciembre de 2016



These presentations belong to the face-to-face course was delivered by Thomas Morton and Ana Otto at the CFPI in February 2019.

                 Course participants with Tom Morton and Ana Otto

From CFPI we want to provide content teachers with a range of resources to teach subjects in English within the CLIL approach.


Play the video below for a quick look at our face-to-face course: CLIL for subjects: Social Science, Arts and Music.

This is a summary of our course on CLIL for subjects: Natural Science, Maths, Technology, and Physical Education.