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Page history last edited by Kathy Wicksteed 12 years, 2 months ago

Here is a site full of amazingly useful material - http://www.in-terre-actif.com/fr/index.php.  Ideal for work related to Citizenship, Geography and Science. Includes ready-made Powerpoint slides about climate change, what people eat in different countries of the world, and loads more.

 

A great French website about slavery in Martinique, with an interactive game that teaches about the history of slavery - http://www.esclavage-martinique.com/

(With thanks to Marie-France Perkins)

 

Please add useful links to other websites (just click on Edit in the tab above). Here are some to get things started:

 

Resources from Elliott School in London (with thanks to Neil Jones and his colleagues at Elliott):

Language and Sport

Language and Geography

Language and Citizenship 

 

A US website about French immersion teaching with lots of resources

 

Science Across the World - a great way to share findings on science-related themes with pupils across the world

 

www.dailymotion.com - a fantastic source of video clips in a range of languages, including themes such as Fair Trade and other current affairs topics.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/ - BBC learning zone broadband 'Class Clips'.  A great search facility allows you to find video clips tagged for primary and secondary topics.  e.g.try out French / food.

 

Comments (6)

njones40@... said

at 6:32 pm on Oct 6, 2008

Links related to CLIL Geography and Citizenship

Geography (French) with downloadable resources:
http://web.mac.com/sanferminuk/The_Lead_Practitioner_Blog/CLIL_Resources/CLIL_Resources.html

Citizenship (French, German + Spanish) with downloadable resources:
http://web.mac.com/sanferminuk/The_Lead_Practitioner_Blog/Citizenship_in_Languages/Citizenship_in_Languages.html

Kathy Wicksteed said

at 9:13 am on Oct 7, 2008

Hi Neil, thanks very much for these links. Did you mean to delete the link to Science across the World?

Kathy

njones40@... said

at 5:39 pm on Oct 7, 2008

Sorry! That was a mistake! I tried to place the links in the main section and got confused. So the deletion was accidental. Sorry!

Kathy Wicksteed said

at 7:16 pm on Oct 8, 2008

No problem, I'll reinstate it!

K.

Joel said

at 7:40 am on Dec 30, 2011

The EU funded ECLIL project will soon be making their resources available for schools to use on http://e-clil.uws.ac.uk/ You can also join our Facebook group for news and updates on the project: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eclil-European-CLIL-Resource-Centre/118905601468468?sk=info

Kathy Wicksteed said

at 2:14 pm on Dec 31, 2011

Thanks for this, Joel. I will put the link on the home page as well.

Kathy

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