AILA Research Network
CLIL and immersion classrooms: applied linguistic perspectives


THURSDAY 20 Sept
12.30-13.30 Registration
13.30-14 Introduction Christiane Dalton-Puffer & Ute Smit
14-14.45 Paper Liss Kerstin Sylvén Are the Simpson family welcome in the classroom?
14.45-15.15 Poster introductions Christiane Dalton-Puffer Communicative competence in and through CLIL: which is it? Where is it? What is it?
    Eva Poisel Assessment modes to enhance interpersonal skills in CLIL programmes
    Nadja Wilhemer CLIL and mathematics
    Susanna Buttaroni Teacher education for CLIL
15.15-16 Coffee & Posters
16-17.30 Papers Y.L. Teresa Ting Promoting communicative competence and sharpening linguistic precision through tasks which maximize cognitive engagement: moving the Italian science-CLIL classroom beyond reading comprehension
    Rick de Graaff, Gerrit Jan Koopman, Gerard Westhoff An observation tool for effective L2 pedagogy in content and language integrated learning
17.30-18.15 Discussion round all CLIL-related activities (e.g. teacher education, programme development)
18.30 Welcome dinner
FRIDAY 21 Sept
9-9.45 Paper Piet van de Craen, Evy Ceuleers & Katja Lochtmann What CLIL does to a learner and what a CLIL theory should look like
9.45-10.15 Poster introductions Julia Hüttner and Angelika Rieder Tell me a story. The effect of CLIL instruction on children's narrative competence.
    Christina Gefäll and Barbara UnterbergerStakeholder perceptions of a new CLIL programme in Vienna
    Erwin Gierlinger The use and value of L1 in lower secondary CLIL
    Christine Orkisz LangInquiry-based CLIL lessons - identifying and developing language skills
10.15-11 Coffee & Posters
11 12.30 Papers Katja Lochtmann How foreign language teachers' attitudes can and do affect classroom interaction
    Tarja NikulaOn effects of CLIL on a teacher's language use: changing language, changing identity?
12.30-14 Lunch
14-15.30 Papers Ana Llinares and Rachel Whittaker Learners' and teachers' language use in CLIL history classes: a systemic- functional approach
    Francisco Lorenzo and Pat Moore Linguistic adjustments in CLIL classroom teacher discourse: a descriptive study
15.30-16 Poster introductions Stephanie Kraucher Negotiating content in the CLIL history classroom
    Christina Ackerl Lexicogrammar in the essays of CLIL and non-CLIL students
    Claudia Mewald and Barbara Buchholz Input and output in seven CLIL units at primary level
    Dana Gablasova Vocabulary learning in CLIL mathematics
16-16.45 Coffee & Posters
16.45-17.30 Paper Yolanda Ruiz Zarobe CLIL in a bilingual community: similarities and differences with the learning of English as a foreign language
17.30-18.15 Discussion round B all Future ReN activities
20.00 Symposium dinner
SATURDAY 22 Sept
9.30-11 Papers Emma Dafouz, Diana Foran, Begoña Núñez and Carmen Sancho Lecturing through the foreign language in a CLIL university context: linguistic and pragmatic implications
    Margaret Bowering Thinking and language in the undergraduate literature classroom
11-11.30 Coffee
11.30-12.15 Paper Ute Smit CLIL in an ELF classroom: on explaining terms and concepts interactively
12.15-12.45 Closing Christiane Dalton-Puffer & all CLIL and communicative competence clarifying the concept
13- Farewell drinks