We would like to invite you to the colloquium ADVANCEDNESS IN CLIL: ACADEMIC LITERACIES, ASSESSMENT, AND EQUITY to be held on September 23, 2022, in Madrid, organized by the UAM-CLIL research group.
The colloquium aims to bring together diverse backgrounds and expertise to exchange and share their experiences and research results on CLIL. Leading academics, researchers, teachers, and policy makers will share their knowledge and contribute to a necessary debate on teaching and learning in two or more languages.
The event will take place in the historic venue of La Corrala (in its Salón de actos), in the center of Madrid (C/ Carlos Arniches, 3-5).
If you would like to attend, please register by filling in this form (the deadline is Sept. 12) . There is no fee, but as seating is limited, it will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
You can find the programme below, or you can download it here.
COLLOQUIUM “Advancedness in CLIL: Academic Literacies, Assessment, and Equity”
23 September 2022
Salón de Actos, La Corrala, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
|10:15 10:45||The construct of Cognitive Discourse Functions before and after the Long-Ad CLIL project|
Christiane Dalton-Puffer, University of Vienna
|10:45 11:15||The interplay of academic literacies and everyday language: Insights from teacher interviews and classroom practices|
Tarja Nikula, University of Jyväskylä
|11:15 11:45||Coffee break|
|11:45 12:15||Genres and registers in CLIL|
Thomas Somers, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
|12:15 12:45||Translanguaged oral argumentations: Evidence from CLIL Economics|
Julia Hüttner, University of Vienna
|12:45 13:15||CLIL students’ academic literacy: Development and comparisons with L1 students|
Anne McCabe, Saint Louis University & Rachel Whittaker, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
|13:15 13:45||Application of Legitimation Code Theory to the understanding of knowledge construction in CLIL|
Ana Llinares & Tom Morton, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Nashwa Nashaat-Sobhy, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
|13:45 15:30||Lunch time|
|15:30 16:00||Supporting teachers’ professional learning in Academic Literacies: Evidence from CLIL research|
Gail Forey, University of Bath
|16:00 17:15||Issues of equity in CLIL: Socioeconomic areas and sección bilingüe/ programa bilingüe in the CAM bilingual programme|
Natalia Evnitskaya, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Elisa Hidalgo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Ana Llinares & Leah Tompkins, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
|17:15 17:45||Teachers/Researchers collaboration in CLIL integrated assessment|
Ana Llinares, Tom Morton & Rachel Whittaker, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
|17:45 18:45||Round table with teachers|