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About this book
This edited book compiles pedagogical practices and studies of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) from two sites: Spain, where CLIL has been widely implemented for more than a decade, and Japan, where the CLIL approach is still in its relative infancy, and quickly gaining momentum. Focusing on three aspects of the CLIL implementations: policy, practice and pedagogy, the authors describe how CLIL has evolved in distinctive socio-political, historical and cultural contexts. The chapters range across primary, secondary and tertiary education, and examine English language teaching and learning at both the macro level - through language education policy - and the micro level - with a focus on classroom interaction and pedagogy. This book fills a gap in the English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) literature, and will be of particular interest to language teachers, teacher trainers, and students and scholars of applied linguistics more broadly.
Keiko Tsuchiya is Associate Professor at the School of International Liberal Arts, Yokohama City University, Japan.
María Dolores Pérez Murillo is Associate Professor at the School of Education, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain.
CLIL bilingual education classroom interaction teacher education pedagogy primary education secondary education tertiary education translanguaging curriculum development