Ideas para el otoño – integrando plástica y ciencia en lengua extranjera

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Trabajando en equipo

A los niños les encanta recoger y jugar con hojas en otoño. Si trabajas en un programa bilingüe en infantil o impartes plástica y/o ciencias en lengua extranjera, aquí encontrarás unas actividades muy sencillas para hacer en clase durante los próximos meses. Este proyecto artístico permite trabajar plenamente con la metodología AICLE, dado que los niños aprenden contenidos (por ejemplo los colores, las formas y las estaciones), mientras el lenguaje se aprende de manera integrada y significativa a través de las actividades. Además, los niños tendrán muchas oportunidades para desarrollar la creatividad y la competencia comunicativa, mientras aprenden a trabajar en equipo.

Haz clic en el siguiente enlace para encontrar muchísimas más ideas:

http://www.imageneseducativas.com/coleccion-50-manualidades-realizar-hojas-otono-diferentes-niveles-dificultad/

 

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Learning through observation of good practice in bilingual schools

Today the new C1 teachers, who have recently started working in modelo BRIT bilingual schools, completed the second part of their initial training course at the CARLEE.

In today’s session we had the pleasure of being invited into some classrooms at the CEIP Augustina de Aragón to observe some very experienced bilingual teachers at work. In Barbara’s year 3 infant class we saw how the children reviewed language and contents from a topic on superheroes and how they then applied their new knowledge to a creative writing activity. We were also able to observe effective classroom management strategies, clear evidence of collaboration between teachers, as well as activities that promote autonomous learning in very young children.

In Marta’s year 5 primary class we saw CLIL methodology being put into practice as the children learned about the phases of the moon and the tides and were then able to explain what they had learnt in English. In this same class we were lucky enough to see examples of other active methodologies being used to engage the children’s attention, manage behaviour, foster cooperative learning and the development of thinking skills.

In both classes, and throughout the whole school, the walls were decorated with examples of children’s work, signs and other visual aids.

After the observation we went back to the CARLEE to reflect on what we had seen and how it could influence our own teaching.  So, a big THANK YOU to the teachers and pupils at CEIP Agustina de Aragón for allowing us to learn from you in your wonderful school!