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What is CLIL ?
CLIL stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning. It is an educational approach that encourages multilingualism in schools by teaching subjects in more than one language.
The Content and Language Integrated Learning approach was developed in 1994 by a team led by Prof. David Marsh of the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. It was designed to encourage multilingualism in Europe. Since then it has been successfully adapted and implemented in Malaysia, Spain, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
This section allows you to find different resources related not just to CLIL and adapting CLIL to the Indian context, but various connected themes such as multilingualism, languages, language politics, teaching in schools and much more. Find the resource of your choice by either clicking one of the below categories or applying filters on the left.
A wide variety of resources lay at your disposal such as teaching tools, research articles and policy documents by the Indian government and other International Organisations like the UNESCO. In ‘CLIL@INDIA TOOLKIT’ section, you can also find our very own CLIL@India newsletters and presentations made by our team of experienced professors in CLIL methodology during the CLIL Open Intensive Training Workshops organised in India.