Language across the curriculum: network processing and material production in an international context
Council of Europe Pub., 2000 - Education - 155 pages
Language across the curriculum (LAC) is a method based on the assumption that learning is more successful if it is in a meaningful context. It moves the focus away from the language to the subject to be studied so that the emphasis is on content and process and language is used in search of knowledge. This publication contains the results of a network process to produce teaching materials based on the subjects of biology, geography band history for 10-12 year olds.
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able activity Age group analysing animals and plants areas Sub-areas Subject Austria basic biosphere cave cave paintings climate Common topic areas communication Council of Europe cultural curricular requirements curriculum describe drawing Earth travels ECML economical Europe European flora flowers foreign language Grade Graz historical events human important LAC material landscape language learning language teaching Lascaux Latvia leaf leaves live Locating Look Marcel Mediterranean Sea methylated spirits mother tongue music and maths national curricula natural environment Netherlands Network Meeting observations paintings phenomena photosynthesis Plant Expert plant produces plants and animals Poland population prehistory produce sugar Recognising region Renaissance in Poland Roman Dacia Romania Romanian language roots Sample teaching scientific seas soil Solar System specific LAC methodology stomata structure Sub-areas Subject skills SUB-GROUP MATERIAL Subject contents summaries teaching units Topic areas Content Topic areas Sub-areas Transylvanian Plateau Ukraine Understanding weather