Convegno
CLIL, Learning Technologies, Innovation
mercoledì 20 novembre 2019, ore 8:30
Aula Magna “Gian Tommaso Scarascia Mugnozza”
Università degli Studi della Tuscia
via Santa Maria in Gradi, 4
01100 Viterbo
Aula Magna
08:30 Registration of participants

09:30 Official welcome:
Stefano UBERTINI
Giovanni FIORENTINO
Alba GRAZIANO
Barbara TUSCHETTA

10:00 Plenaries:
Gisella LANGÉ, CLIL/EMILE: the good, the bad and the future in a global context
Ana LLINARES, Innovation in CLIL: the role of different tasks in enhancing content and language integrated learning

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Plenaries:
Lucilla LOPRIORE, Content and language integrated learning in an ELF-aware perspective
Marina MORBIDUCCI and Donna HURST TATSUKI, MUN, ELF and TIGs: three realities in interaction. The Sapienza Experience
Matteo SANTIPOLO, The content of CLIL and beyond: classifyng typologies of microlanguages for teaching and learning purposes

15:00 CLIL-REN Symposium
Convenors:
Letizia CINGANOTTO
Ana LLINARES

Aula Magna
Session A, CLIL, technologies and learning innovation
Chair:
Ana LLINARES
Opening speech:
Alessandra FAZIO, Technology-supported Learning and CLIL
Speakers:
Ornella FIORAVANTE and Alison HAYMAN, A physics teaching unit in CLIL with technologies
Saskia MENTING, Creativity and CLIL
Maria Elisa MONTIRONI and Manuel PACE, Teaching History and English Literature at lower secondary school through CLIL - A classroom case study
Magdalena JIMÉNEZ NAHARRO, The value of task-based learning in CLIL
Paola NARDINI and Massimo ANGELONI, Creating a CLIL learning environement using digital tools in Secondary School

Aula Radulet
Sessione A, CLIL, technologies and teacher training
Chair:
Letizia CINGANOTTO
Opening speech:
Daniela CUCCURULLO, CLIL&CALL: training initiatives for teachers
Speakers:
Maria Cristina BEVILACQUA, Pedagogy Wheel: The Tool of tools for student-centred learning and teachers’ continuous develpment in CLIL
Joanne GILLESPIE and Ioanna ZIAKA, A MOOC CLIL course for pre-service and in-service teachers
Valentina PIUNNO, Designing CLIL teaching activities. The impact of corpus analysis software on the study and teaching of specialised English lexicon and language patterning
Donna TATSUKI and Lori ZENUK-NISHIDE, Technology Enhances CLIL Model United Nations Preparation and Simulation