Angel Mei-yi Lin, Peichang He & Yiqi Liu Designing a framework for teacher education in “Content and Language Integrated Learning” (CLIL): Interaction between teacher identity and teacher knowledge base
María Basterrechea Focus-on-form in a dictogloss task: a comparison between CLIL and EFL learners
Andreas Bonnet & Stephan Breidbach The reflexive side of CLIL. Theoretical frameworks and ongoing research related to identity construction in the CLIL classroom
María Martínez Adrián & Juncal Gutiérrez Mangado CLIL benefits do not extend to the L3 English verbal inflectional system
13:30-15:00 LUNCH Room 1: Sociolinguistic perspectives
Room 2: SLA perspectives
Bethanne Yoxsimer “We don’t want to be rude, but we think people should speak English.” Swedish upper secondary school students talk about CLIL
Elizabet Pladevall Does limited exposure to CLIL make a difference in primary school?
Maria Lim Falk CLIL education versus the Language Act in Sweden
Anna Vallbona Young Learners’ L2 Competence in CLIL and EFL Settings. Is CLIL effective?
Here you will find all the information about the ALP-CLIL Conference (5-8 June 2013)