June 5-8, 2013
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Miraflores de la Sierra, Spain
This conference brought together researchers working within current Applied Linguistic approaches to content and language integrated learning, addressing the following four broad thematic strands:
- Sociolinguistic perspectives on CLIL (multilingual education and language policy, English as a lingua franca, learner and teacher identities, etc.)
- SLA perspectives on CLIL (focus on form/forms, grammatical / phonological / lexical / pragmatic development, receptive and productive skills, individual factors, etc.)
- Subject literacies in CLIL (genres, registers, academic language functions)
- CLIL classroom discourse (interaction, pragmatics, multimodality, etc.).
- Jasone Cenoz
- Caroline Coffin
- Christiane Dalton-Puffer
- Roy Lyster
Download the programme.