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Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): state of the art in Europe and in Italy
Flaminia Malvezzi-Campeggi
Istituto Superiore Don Bosco - Liceo Classico
Istituto Superiore Don Bosco - Liceo Classico, Liceo Scientifico, ITC - Verona, Italy
The idea of a Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) programme was born around 20 years ago across Europe to meet the expectations of our globalized world, in which people need to communicate effectively. The programme foresees an international and multiple-skills approach, bringing in students to learn non-linguistic subjects through a foreign language. Over the years, CLIL has increasingly attracted attention from educational bodies at the primary, secondary and higher level. As a consequence, the research community has started analyzing the improvement of qualitative and quantitative language learning, as well as the positive effects on learning subject content in the CLIL context. It is undeniable that the project is still in its infancy. Its ambitions challenge the tower of Babel, and it has potentials or limits that are often unclear to both teachers and students. This manuscript is an overview on.....

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