CLIL in Corona Times
Create an online CLIL lesson plan that puts you back in control of your classroom
Do you want to feel less frustrated because students are not engaged with your online CLIL lessons?
During this 90 minutes workshop I will help you:
Have plenty of ideas for websites and apps to use in your online, hybrid or offline lessons
Prepare your (online) CLIL lessons in as little time as possible
A fill-in-the gaps lesson plan to be filled out during the workshop
Dates & Times
The online workshop will be hosted three times. You can choose which session you would like to attend.
Joining multiple workshops is fine as well of course.
Tuesday May 18 at 15:00 CEST (3 pm)
Wednesday May 19 at 20:00 CEST (8 pm)
Thursday May 20 at 09:00 CEST (9 am)
Access to the recordings:
The workshop is completely online so you can participate from anywhere you want!
A few things that are included in this workshop:
Structure and clarity
What would it be like if you would have a system to prepare your lessons step-by-step, with a list of ICT tools ready to use whenever you want?
If you knew how to make lessons more engaging and interactive to make the lessons fun again?
That is what we will do during the
CLIL in Corona Times Workshop
How does it work?
Sign up for the workshop and register for the zoom session of your choice with the links in the confirmation email
Participate in the training
Walk away with a ready-to-use CLIL lesson plan for your next online lesson!
The workshop will be done twice, so you can choose which option works best for you.
If you cannot make it to either, you will receive the recording as well so you can watch whenever it suits you!
But there is more....
During the two weeks after the workshop you will receive various tasks to do.
These are small things to actually implement all of the strategies mentioned in the workshop.
Complete all of them and hand them in every day to take a chance to win a prize!
Live Q&A session
Not sure what to do next?
During this Q&A session you will be able to ask all of your questions and I will take all the time needed to answer them.
Not sure how websites or apps work?
For all of the apps and websites mentioned I will provide step-by-step walkthroughs, so all you need to do is follow the steps.
You do NOT need to figure it all out on your own!
Online Escaperoom - training
Not sure how to create an engaging activity?
In this bonus training I share how to setup an online escape room.
The best part? It can be done in less than 10 minutes!
About Patrick de Boer
Patrick de Boer is a CLIL coach, teacher trainer and former editor-in-chief of CLIL Magazine. With almost 15 years of experience teaching CLIL mathematics in secondary education and coaching fellow teachers, he shares his ideas on regular basis on his blog and trains CLIL teachers worldwide with both online and offline courses and workshops.
Organizing this online CLIL workshop is his response to the many questions he received regarding teaching CLIL online. After coaching various groups of teachers and sharing his ideas with them, he now shares them with the rest of the world.
Frequently Asked Questions
Just in case I forgot something
No, all of the websites, apps and activities can be applied to offline lessons as well. But the focus of this challenge will be the online application.
Yes, the videos will be available forever. However, access to the support group is only available for 2 weeks.
You will have to wait until the workshop to hear more about the prizes to win!
CLIL teachers that have to teach online or in a hybrid way. My field of expertise is secondary education, so the examples mentioned will be for that specific age range, but it can easily be applied to primary or tertiary as well.
Yes, you can earn a reward at the end of the workshop. It will mention the date of the workshop and the amount of hours it took to complete it.
As I live in The Netherlands, all of the times are CET.
No, you can choose which workshop you would like to attend.
You can choose to be at both or neither, as you can watch the replay whenever you want!
What others say about previous projects
You don't have to take my word for it
The CLIL challenge was really useful for me. I liked the example of a CLIL lesson and I already used the first part, telling the pupils what they can expect during the lesson.
CLIL challenge has been a good chance to have valuable indications for a clear structure for a CLIL lesson with effective and motivating activities for each stage. Thank you, Patrick!
This was a great course, the activities Patrick described can be adapted/appropriate for any age, any subject and indeed any language speaker level. All teachers need these little refresher, motivating sessions
Still have questions? Let me know!