Il percorso si sviluppa in tre parti, il pre-task con la presentazione dei materiali sui quali lavorare, il task cycle con una serie di compiti (task) che invitano i ragazzi, futuri cittadini, all’”azione”, parola chiave del modulo qui proposto. Un post-task concluderà il percorso con il cartellone finale.
The main aim of the CLIL for Young European Citizens Project is to promote the use of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in Primary School, in order to develop European citizenship, Environment Preservation, Basic Financial Education, three relevant issues for a better european integration and wellness. In this project, CLIL moves a step forward, from integration of language learning and curricular subjects to cross-curricular and intercultural education for European Citizenship and the development of key competences and basic skills. There are broad, universally relevant topics that are closely tied to the intercultural dimension.
‘Learning to Know’ (Cognitive Dimension), ‘Learning to Do’ (Instrumental Dimension), ‘Learning to Be’ (Individual Dimension), and ‘Learning to Live Together’ (Social Dimension). The twelve core life skills are life-long and build on evidence that underlines the importance of skills acquisition from an early age.
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