1. CLIL IN SPAINBERODIA HERRERO, MIRIAM BORREGO FREGENEDA, ALMUDENA CAIA GUTIRREZ, CARLOTA COS RODRGUEZ, RAQUEL DE
2. The term bilingualism always refers to the mother tongue and another.The domain of both has different levels in bilinguals: Level 1: Speaking two languages (fixed element). Level 2: Understand, speak, read and write two languages (variable component). Level 3: Think two languages (variable component).Few people get to level 3 bilingual or all items 2. 3. To recognize bilingualism classes we consider two different elements:Individual bilingualismSocial bilingualism 4. The one that takes into account the person. Due to the diversity of situations, bilingualism adopted different names:a. According to the relationship between language and thought: Composed or Coordinated. b. Depending on the degree of knowledge of the language: Dominant or Balanced. c. Depending on the age of acquisition: Simultaneous bilingualism or Consecutive bilingualism. d. According to the social category of languages : Additive bilingualism or Subtractive bilingualism. e. According to cultural identity : bilingual bicultural or monocultural bilingualism. 5. Bilingualism in a society in which they speak two or more languages A: In a country there are two languages for two different human groups, each speaking his. A few bilingual individuals are responsible for communication between the two groups .B : All speakers are bilingual.C : This is a country where there are two social groups , one is monolingual and one bilingual. 6. ENGLISH BILINGUAL SCHOOLS IN 2012 82 PUBLIC SCHOOL42 SECONDARY SCHOOL 7. THE MIXTURE OF LANGUAJESPROBLEMS THE REJECTION OF THE FOREING LANGUAJGE TO THE ENVIRONMENTPASSIVE ATTITUDE TOWARD FOREING LANGUAJE IN THE ENVIRONMENTERRORS OF GRAMMAR 8. BENEFITS 9. From study English to study in EnglishTICs and learn a foreign languageBilingual student vs. bilingual personBilingual education as natural 10. DIFFERENTIATIONCONSTRUCTION PROCESS AND NONCUMULATIVEEARLY BILINGUAL ACQUISITION BETWEEN 0 AND 3 YEARSBETWEEN GENERAL CONTEXTSBETWEEN DIFFERENT COMMUNICATIV E SITUATIONS OR PEOPLECONCERN IN PARENTS, TEACHERS ... QUESTIONS 11. COMMUNICATIONJOB OPPORTUNITIESBENEFITS OF BEING A BILINGUAL CHILD KNOWLEDGECULTURAL 12. WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY WITH US? 13. Who watch movies in original version without subtitles?Who has had contact with a penfriend?Who has participated in exchange programs?Who is planning to get married in Las Vegas?Who has a monolingual dictionary in English? 14. Who has had a foreign girlfriend/boyfriend?Who can say more than five words in French? Name themWho has lived more than two months out of Spain?Who has studied in a bilingual program?Who has a monolingual dictionary in English? 15. WE ARE GOING TO REVIEW CLOTHESS VOCABULARY ARE YOU READY?