The origins and development of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)

  • Beata Nawrot-LisEmail author


The idea of giving equal priority to content and language is not new and goes back even 5,000 years (cf. Mehisto et al. 2008; Tejada Molina, Pérez Cañado, and Luque Agulló 2005). The Romans, for example, were using similar methods two thousand years ago (Coyle et al 2010:1). It is also worth mentioning that there was the time when Latin was used as a language of instruction in European universities (in the field of medicine, law or science).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Technology and Humanities in RadomRadomPoland

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