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Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) has become the umbrella term describing both learning another (content) subject such as physics or geography through the medium of a foreign language and learning a foreign language by studying a content-based subject. CLIL, as a term, can be traced back to 1994 and Professor David Marsh of the University of Jyväskylä in Finland. But while the term “CLIL” can be a relatively recent European innovation, the concept of CLIL has been used long before 1994. Just as “integrated” suggests, a CLIL class hits two birds with one stone: the subject matter and the target language.

The training supported by Enso Education is for teachers of all levels. Teachers are expected to record notes, photographs and learning to use upon return to their countries of origin.  


  • Use CILIL in practice.

  • Come back with useful materials ready to use.

  • Explore the future of CILIL.

Training includes

  • Why is CLIL important?

  • Finding CLIL materials & how to exploit materials

  • How does CLIL work? The basis of CLIL is that content subjects are taught and learnt in a language which is not the mother tongue of the learners.

  • The advantages of CLIL

  • CLIL in the classroom - test & job shadow 

  • The future of CLIL

Other languages available

  • Spanish (destinations: Málaga, Madrid and Barcelona)

  • Italian (destinations: Palermo and Rome)

  • German (destinations: Berlín and Hamburg)

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