17th LAKMA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
FOCUS ON CLIL – LITHUANIA 2015
16-17 October 2015 Vilnius
|On October 16-17 LAKMA held its 17th international conference “Focus on CLIL- Lithuania 2015”. The conference brought together local and international experts who shared their insights into Content and Language Integrated Learning and offered examples of good practice. Over 200 participants from over 20 countries had an opportunity to explore a variety of CLIL issues covering all levels of education.|
KEITH KELLY ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Visual Aids and Activities to Deepen Student Learning
CLIL Beyond the Classroom: Integration of Music and Language in English Song-Events
Introducing CLIL at University: Students’ attitudes to learning Literature through English
‘Speaking French alive’: learner perspectives on their motivation in Content and Language Integrated Learning in England
CLIL: an effective approach in adult schooling for migrants
CLIL meets Flipped Learning: an example of effective teaching practice in non-ideal contexts
CLIL in Czech schools
Planning and delivering museum CLIL educational programmes
PrimA-CLIL: Multiple Stakeholders’ Perceptions of CLIL and Its Implementation at Primary School Level in Austria
What makes CLIL work?
Stanislava JONAKOVA, Nataša MOCKOVA
CLIL in Czech Military Environment
English meets Engineering: experience, challenges and solutions
A Tale of Two Courses: Integration and Collaboration in an ESL + Sociology Linked Class
From EFL course to CLIL course
The impact of CLIL implementation in secondary schools in Northern Italy: a qualitative investigation of CLIL teachers’ perspectives
Beatriz LOPEZ MEDINA
Developing criteria for CLIL textbook evaluation
Implications of a CLIL approach for teaching EFL at university level: An example of good practice
CLIL4ALL: The inclusive teaching aspects of CLIL
The impact of CLIL on late bilinguals’ cognitive skills
Academic speech functions in CLIL discourse: a classroom-based research
Challenges of Teaching American Literature and Literary Text Analysis Classes
Combining Visual Thinking Strategies and Inquiry-based Art Viewing in a Japanese CLIL classroom
CLIL: Reasoning and Creativityin Science Lessons. From Theory To Practice
Applying CLIL for Course Design at Tertiary Level
Kristina URBONIENĖ, Danguolė VAIČEKAUSKIENĖ
Integrated Teaching: Why, What and How?
Some Insights into the Needs for CLIL Acknowledged by Lithuanian Secondary School Teachers
Designing Successful CLIL Materials
Story-based CLIL for Young Learners
CLIL – not a luxury but a necessity
Content Projects in the Language Classroom
CLIL – the practical perspective
Get Creative in Your CLIL Lessons!
Changing perspectives – glimpses at CLIL from beyond the fence
Mobilizing CLIL: using apps to support and diversify content and language integrated learning
Pave the Way for CLIL
Integrating Skills in Content-Based Instruction / CLIL
Linking Thinking and Language in Geography Lessons
Meta-evaluation of university-based History and English Language Pedagogy study programme with focus on Transformative Learning.
CLIL and scaffolding in primary education in the Czech republic
Jana LUPRICHOVA and Ludmila HURAJOVA
Transnational exchange of good CLIL practice among European Educational Institutions
Promoting the CLIL Approach Through A Teacher Association
13 July – deadline for submission of speaker proposals
1 August – notification of acceptance / start of registration for speakers
1 September – end of registration for speakers / start of registration for non-speakers
5 October – end of registration for non-speakers
- Speaker and non-speaker fees are the same.
- The fee includes conference talks, materials, coffee breaks and a certificate.
- Lunches and Reception are not included in the fee.
- Teacher Fee: 20 EUR for LAKMA members / 40 EUR for non-members
- Student Fee*: FREE for LAKMA members (online registration compulsory) / 2 EUR for non-members (online registration compulsory)
- *applicable to BA students from Lithuania only
Please transfer the fee to the LAKMA account:
SEB Bank Account Number LT977044060004578304
Bank address: Gedimino pr. 12, Vilnius, Lithuania
SWIFT code: CBVILT2X
Invoice will be issued upon registration.
Advance payment invoice issued by e-mail upon request.
Online refereed journal “Applied Linguistics” http://taikomojikalbotyra.lt/en/
Multilingual journal “Žmogus ir žodis” http://www.zmogusirzodis.leu.lt/index.php/zmogusirzodis
October 16th Friday, 19:00-20:00
Wine and snacks RECEPTION and CONCERT at the conferece venue (LEU).
You can purchace your Reception Ticket upon registration.
Price 10 EUR.
October 17th Saturday, 14:00-14:30
Wine and snacks RECEPTION hosted by the Baltic Examination Board
(PTE and LCCI examination distributor for Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia & Belarus)
POST-CONFERENCE BUS TOUR OF VILNIUS
SATURDAY, October 17th
Please book the tour on Friday at the Registration desk.
You will be asked to pay on Saturday.
The price will be between 15–20 EUR (depending on the group size).
Departure from the coference venue.
View tour map here:
If you wish to book accommodation at these hotels at a discount rate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we shall reserve a room for you. Please do not use any online booking forms.
TRAVEL INFORMATION FOR GUESTS STAYING AT ECOTEL AND HOLIDAY INN
For lunch, we recommend the following restaurants which offer DAY LUNCH and are within a walking distance from the LEU.
- VERANDA Kęstučio g. 39 / 10 min. walk
- ŽVĖRYNO SMUKLĖ Pušų g. 7 / Vytauto g. 37 / 10 min. walk
- GREEN HALL Upės g. 21 / next door to LEU
- SOYA Konstitucijos pr. 26 / Forum Palace / very close to LEU but also next door to a swimming pool 🙂
- KINŲ GULBĖ / CHINESE / Konstitucijos pr. 23 / offers both Chinese and Lithuanian DAY LUNCH / 10 min. walk
- BARCELONA Linkmenų g. 5 / 10 min. walk
- PANORAMA SHOPPING CENTRE / Saltoniškių g. 9 has a number of restaurants which offer DAY LUNCH / 10 min. walk
– SRIUBOS DIENA / SOUP RESTAURANT – soups and much more…
– GAN BEI CITY / JAPANESE RESTAURANT – day lunch at a set price 6.50 EUR
– FORTAS – business lunch plus SWEDISH cuisine.
– CHARLIE PIZZA – not only pizzas…
– LA CREPE – pancakes etc.
Dr. Robin Gingerich
Dr. Rita Juknevičienė
Dr. Eglė Petronienė (Chair)
Dr. Linas Selmistraitis