Making CLIL workable. A review of Ball, P.; Kelly, K. and Clegg, J. (2015) Putting CLIL into Practice.

Raquel Fernández Fernández


Much can be said about this volume which, no doubt, will give plenty of food for thought for those interested in bilingual education and CLIL. The book is thought to provide “a new methodological framework for the CLIL classroom” covering key areas and concepts concerning the implementation of bilingual education from micro- and macro- perspectives...

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