Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is a way of approaching foreign language instruction subtly through subject-oriented teaching. Rather than separating language study from other subjects, the theory behind CLIL is that complementary subjects taught at the same time result in improved internalization and retention. CLIL can increase the students’ motivation to learn what the teacher is teaching them. This can enable students to progress more quickly and solidly than they would with deliberately separated subjects. Plus it can help prevent early school leaving. Our projects major objectives are to develop teacher’s skills for modern and innovative teaching, to make students regard school as not as something compulsory but as an interesting place where they can develop their skills and creativity by introducing new tools and methodology in the classroom as means of teaching more effectively.

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