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									      PRESENTATION
• THE UNIVERSITY OF
  NOTTINGHAM

• CLIL COURSE 1

• SUBJECT: BADMINTON IN
  ENGLISH

• AUTUMN 2008

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      SUMMARY OF THE
          ITEMS
•   THE CONTEXT
•   CLIL
•   MIND MAP
•   MATERIALS
•   LESSONS
•   SUMMARY




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           THE CONTEXT
• Escola Industrial i d’arts i
  Oficis.
• City centre of Sabadell.
• Students: middle
  class+outskirts+immigrants
  .1200/secondary/post
  secondary /vocational.
• Teachers: 102
• International projects:
  Comenius,trips to
  London,exchanges,study
  loans
• Linguistic project – PELE 8
  teachers .Support of the
  teachers and the Senior
  management



                                 3
      CLIL
     DEFINITION



Capacity for
integrating dynamic
and innovative
learning
environments.

4Cs theory:

Constructivism:
                      44
• scaffolding




• Language of
• Language for
• Language through




• Engagement, enthusiam


                          5
MIND MAP




           6
COGNITION




            7
CONTENT




          8
COMMUNICATION




                9
CULTURE




          10
         MATERIALS: WHY
          BADMINTON?
• A beach entertaiment
  or/and a serious
  olympic sport ?
• Joining sport
• Individual
• High intensity
• Easy to learn
• No expensive
  equipment
• Indoors and outdoors


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These materials are meant to:

Level: 1st ESO

Time: 3 hours per week.Students change every three months.

Optional subject

Groups: AB CD

Place : Gym,classroom

Equipment: Badminton rackets, shuttlecocks,laptop, projector in
     the gym ( if not, in the class.)

5 units: 12 lessons and assessment.



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           LESSONS
    • THEORETHICAL
          LESSONS
•    History of
     Badminton
•    Lesson two
       • PRACTICAL
          LESSONS
•    The service
•    Lesson six

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          SUMMARY
• Opportunity

• Personal challenge

• Dynamic and innovative theories

• Physical Education debate

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