The article describes the content and language integration strategy adopted by the author with thirty trainee hospital doctors attending five or six year postgraduate specialisation courses in medicine. It describes the role of personality as a content and language linking factor. Personality contentwise refers to abormal personalities affected by brain disorders, language-wise to confidence in public speaking in English on medical matters. The article explores attempts to measure student performance in relation to other CLIL projects and exemplifies the approach adopted in relation to web genres (two films accessible via the web) and web tools (google docs).

Medical CLIL (Part IV): How the brain works

LOIACONO, ANNA
2012

Abstract

The article describes the content and language integration strategy adopted by the author with thirty trainee hospital doctors attending five or six year postgraduate specialisation courses in medicine. It describes the role of personality as a content and language linking factor. Personality contentwise refers to abormal personalities affected by brain disorders, language-wise to confidence in public speaking in English on medical matters. The article explores attempts to measure student performance in relation to other CLIL projects and exemplifies the approach adopted in relation to web genres (two films accessible via the web) and web tools (google docs).
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