This clip was filmed at the Herman Wesselink College in Amstelveen. The learners are second year pupils (average age 13-14). The subject is Geography and the teacher is Menno Ruppert.
Since learners use different ways to take in input, it is useful if input is multimodal at various stages of a lesson or lessons. In the CLIL classroom, it is even more important to exploit as many input modes as possible, both linguistic and non-linguistic, in order to ensure that as many learners as possible understand the input.
What kinds of input are there for CLIL? Input can be:
- hands-on and practical;
In this clip, the teacher uses a video clip to prepare learners for input.