Pedagogical and Technological Innovations in (and through) Content and Language Integrated Learning
Widely spread all over Europe and the world, Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is the subject of great, interest as the ultimate frontier of linguistic and pedagogical research. It impinges on the general cognitive processes involved in learning, on language acquisition and on the development of digital competencies. This volume attests to the spreading of the new “CLIL literacy” in the frame of pluriliteracies, and derives theoretical reflections from case studies and experiential reports, thus addressing both academic and school instructors. It combines research from international CLIL experts with the critical perspectives of academics not directly involved in its instruction.
Alba Graziano is Professor of English Language and Translation at the Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Italy. Her work focuses on the 18th and 19th century novel, non-literary genres (such as menus and public directives), and theatre textuality with a view to translation. She has been engaged for many years in EFL and CLIL teacher training and European projects dedicated to lifelong education, digital competences, and second language acquisition.
Barbara Turchetta is Professor of Glottology and Linguistics at the Università Telematica degli Studi IUL, Italy. Her work focuses on the linguistic representations of identities, the transnational migrations of Italians in the UK, and education to adults and minors in refugee centres in South Sudan. She has recently published a study of the ethnography of writing and the situation of Italian in Ontario, Canada.
Fausto Benedetti is a Senior Researcher at the National Institute for Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research, Italy, and coordinates and manages its Rome Unit. He is Adjunct Professor in Humanities and Organizational Learning at this institution, and has far-reaching experience as teacher trainer in the Italian context.
Letizia Cinganotto holds a PhD in Synchronic, Diachronic and Applied Linguistics, and is a Researcher at the National Institute for Documentation, Innovation and Educational Research, Italy. She has published extensively on CLIL, CALL, and teacher training.
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