Tag Archives: CLIL

The future of language teaching

In my last post a talk by Professor Richard Johnstone got me all worked up about the whole identity issue. What do we know about current modern language teaching around the world? How does that knowledge help us plan for … Continue reading

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A bit of spontaneous CLIL?

Still Thursday. I was at my favourite school. I haven’t left yet. In this school, I taught the second and third graders too. I was at the photocopying room preparing my lessons for the following week when a couple of … Continue reading

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Scientist turned English teacher

My name is Connie. I live in Tokyo and have been working here for almost two years. I am teaching junior high school students and adults English. Before this, I was a science editor and had worked in primary research … Continue reading

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