Articles

Articles in academic journals by member of the CORE project Victor Pavon, University of Cordoba.

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Coyle, D. (2006). Content and Language Integrating Learning: Motivating Learners and teachers. Scottish Languages Review. 13. 1-18.
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Lasagabaster, D. (2008). Foreign Language Competence in Content and Language Integrated Courses. The Open Applied Linguistics Journal, 1, 31-42.
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Pavón, V. Rubio, F. (2010). Teachers’ Concerns and Uncertainties about the Introduction of CLIL Programmes. Porta Linguarum, 14, 45-58.
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Kersten, K., Rohde, A., Schelletter, C., Steinlen, A. (eds., 2010): Guidelines for Language Use in Bilingual Preschools, in K. Kersten, A. Rohde, C. Schelletter, A.K. Steinlen (eds),Bilingual Preschools: Best Practices.Trier: WVT, 103-116.
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Eurydice (2006). Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) at School in Europe.
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Janulienė, A. (2010) On the Use of CLIL at Lithuanian Schools. Kalbų Didaktika, II, 75-84
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Bowler, B. (2007). “The Rise and Rise of CLIL” in New Standpoints, Sep-Oct 2007: 7-9.

 

Dalton-Puffer, D. 2007. “Outcomes and processes in CLIL: current research from Europe”. In Delanoy, W. & Volkmann, L. (eds.), Future Perspectives for English Language Teaching. Heidelberg: Carl Winter, pp. 139-157.

 

García, O., L. Bartlett, J. Kleifgen. 2007. “From biliteracy to pluriliteracies”. In P. Auer and W. Li Wei (eds.), Handbook of Multilingualism and Multilingual Communication. Berlin: Mouton, pp. 207-228.

 

Lorenzo, F., Casal, S. & Moore, P. 2009. “The effects of content and language integrated learning in European education: key findings from the Andalusian bilingual sections evaluation project”, Applied Linguistics, Nov 2009, pp. 1-25.

 

Marsh, D. 2002a. “The Emergence of CLIL in Europe 1958-2002”. In E. Kärkkäinen, J. Haynes and T. Lauttamus. Studia Linguistics ar Literaria Septentrionalia. Sudies presented to Heikki Nyyssönes. University of Oulu, Finland, pp. 205-225.

 

Content and Language Integrated Learning (Vilnius 2006)
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