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Title of the Project
Integrated French Language and Subject Learning
Brief description
A teacher development programme for bilingual education and content and language integrated learning has been designed and implemented. The programme included in-service courses in France, language courses in Lithuania, and teacher development consultations. A syllabus for a course in French proficiency has been developed for grade 9; a French proficiency course is being taught by a visiting French native-speaker teacher and a Lithuanian teacher of French. Within the framework of collaboration agreement between the school and the French Cultural Centre in Lithuania, the 9th formers of Alytus Dzukija school have visited France; links for further cooperation have been established with Gardane Lyceum.



Coordinator:
Alytaus Dzukijos vidurine mokykla

Vilija Susinskiene

Alytus

Tel: ++37031575643
dzuksek@dzukija.alytus.lm.lt
Country
Lithuania
Year
2003
Target Language
French
Sector
School Education
Further Information

THE INITIATIVE PROMOTER’S PERSPECTIVE

Background

Alytus Dzukija school implemented a complex French language integrated learning that included the development of CLIL programmes, exchanges of pupils, teacher training , exchanges / vesits of native speakers - teacher from France

Objectives

- prepare several CLIL programmes ( primary and secondary education)
- establish cooperation / links with various educational institutions in France
- set up and run a CLIL method centre for teachers of various subjects
- promote extensive use of ICT

Approach

All activities were planned and monitored throughout the project. The project promoters used various professional support ( The French Cultural centre, consulting and in-service training

Results

- higher quality language teaching/learning;
- new methods of teaching subjects ( history, geography) based on critical reflection;
- extensive exchages of students and staff
- methodical centre

Activities following the award of the European Language Label

- participation in Comenius 1.2 projects
- interest and motivation to apply for other projects

THE NELLIP NETWORK’S PERSPECTIVE

Consistency with European Policies in the field of Language Learning

CLIL

Consistency with European, National and yearly priorities

friendly learning atmosphere, increased motivation to learn languages

THE NATIONAL AGENCY’S PERSPECTIVE

Motivations

Encouraged learning languages, introducing new advanced methods, raising intercultural awareness and the quality of language learning

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21 December 2014

Audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project

An audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project has been created and made available in the Information section of the NELLIP portal. To access the presentation please click here: http://nellip.pixel-online.org/IF_intro.php.