(Universitat Jaume I)
ICLHE conferences have traditionally addressed issues related to teaching and learning in an additional language, including student and teacher perceptions, teacher training, staff effectiveness, learning effectiveness, and program development. This 6th ICLHE Conference will continue to address how focused language instruction/assessment can be utilized as a foundation for disciplinary content learning, with specific consideration to the multimodal nature of languages and of today’s teaching and learning practices.
Conference suggested topics:
David Lasagabaster, Universidad del País Vasco
Teaching history in English at university: An analysis of multimodal and multilingual practices
Ute Smit, University of Vienna
ROAD-MAPPING as a methodological tool for investigating English Medium Education in Internationalised Higher Education
Angel M. Y. Lin, Simon Fraser University
Trans/languaging and Trans-semiotizing in the Dynamic Flow of Meaning Making: Implications for CLIL and Content-Based Classrooms
Le livre des résumés est téléchargeable sur le site du réseau ICLHE (pdf, 65 pages).