My PLE and PLN for CLIL

It wasn`t until I started my Bilingual Teaching Master at URJC in Madrid when I started to learn about CLIL. Brick by brick, I have been gaining knowledge about this methodological approach since then. We are going to prepare the TKT’s exam of Cambridge which is based on CLIL so we are going to study more about it this semester. Furthermore, social networks and websites give us the chance to keep it up and learn more about CLIL. Finally, where I most interact with CLIL is at my lessons at university when me and my peers do presentations about our CLIL lesson plans and activities using this approach.

Here you are the link to my PLE/PLN for CLIL graphic presentation:

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My PLE and PLN

Pinterest: I believe I am not the only one using this app to look for ideas to create displays or model makings. You can find many creative and original ideas for your own creations.

Moodle: Teachers provide us with material for our master lessons about CLIL but also I use it to share my projects, ideas and information with my peers and teachers.

British Council and BBC: I find these websites very useful to learning English language but also culture. I strongly recommend to use its resources.

Google: to search for information about CLIL on the Internet. I normally do a general search with google to find more specific websites.

YouTube: There are videos and songs that I use to plan my CLIL lesson plans.

Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin: At these social networks I find many articles, information and tips regarding to CLIL approach. Not only do I use these to look for information but also to share my knowledge and communicate. Therefore, I include some of these networks in both PLN and PLE.

WhatsApp and Skype: To communicate with other peers and people who share information and ideas about CLIL.

Google Drive: I found this app very useful as I can keep a lot of information and resources and have access to these wherever I am. At the same time, I use it to share files with peers and friends. I use it to organise information as well. Definitely it is one of the most important apps in my everyday learning life.

Outlook and Gmail: I use both of to share information and communicate with other people by email. I do also receive emails from websites that I joined before and ask them to send me information about something I have interest in for example about tips for CLIL lessons.

Coggle and Bitstrips for school: I have recently learned how to use these tools for creating graphics and comics, which I will continue using for my CLIL lessons plans.

Microsoft Office: To create PPT, word documents, pdf or other files for my lessons.

I hope you find it useful and if you do not know any of these tools I encourage you to try it!

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