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SATURDAY 08/06/2013 Room 2: SLA perspectives

Room 3: Discourse perspectives

9:30-10:00

Eva Olsson CLIL, extramural English and writing proficiency in academic registers: preliminary results from an ongoing Swedish study

Teppo Jakonen & Tom Morton Resolving knowledge gaps in small group interaction in a CLIL classroom

10:00-10:30

Pat Moore Creative repair strategies in CLIL learner writing

Natalia Evnitskaya Being silent in the CLIL classroom: Reconceptualising participation

Fran Lorenzo The emergence of complex syntax in content L2 writing. Evidence from the CLIL History Class

Angela Berger Mathematics learning through English – a CLIL approach. Modelling the mathematical word problem solving of CLIL students

Sessions

10:30-11:00

Room 1: Sociolinguistic perspectives

Ylva Sandberg Strategies for Implementing CLIL at a Swedish Upper Secondary School – Three Teacher Identities

11:00-11:30 COFFEE Sessions

11:30-12:00

Room 1: Sociolinguistic perspectives

Nagore Ipiña & Pilar Sagasta Attitudes towards English in a multilingual context: a diagnosis of infant-teacher education students inmersed in a CLIL experience

Room 2: SLA perspectives

Nashwa Nashaat Sobhy Does CLIL improve students’ pragmatic competence?

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Profile for UAM CLIL

ALP-CLIL Abstract Book  

Here you will find all the information about the ALP-CLIL Conference (5-8 June 2013)

ALP-CLIL Abstract Book  

Here you will find all the information about the ALP-CLIL Conference (5-8 June 2013)

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