My TECHNO CLIL EVO 2017 Bartolomeo Corbo

Hi, I'm Bartolomeo Corbo and I live in Caserta, a town in the South of Italy, a few Kilometers from Naples. Caserta is a small town with just under one hundred thousand inhabitants. There is a wonderful Royal Palace. On the hill there is the ancient Caserta, a medieval village.

Below you can see a video made by students of a Lyceum of Caserta. Some of them are my friends.

Caserta is in Campania, near Naples.

Who I am?

I am a teacher of Italian, History and Geography in the Secondary School.

My passions are history and local traditions and art in its various forms. I like to write stories and sometimes I organize cultural events such as festivals, concerts, conferences.

with some musicians

My school?

My school is the Comprehensive School "Vanvitelli" of Caserta. The school consists of Primary and Secondary School and is attended by about 700 students and the teachers are about 60. I teach in this Secondary School and my students are 11-13 years. Here there are about 380 students and 40 teachers. I'm the assistant of the headteacher.

Our website is: www.vanvitellicaserta.gov.it

My blog is: http://profcorbo.worpress.com

"Vanvitelli" institute

My school takes part in Erasmus+ and eTwinning projects: in November 2015 I and some my colleagues have been a week in Dublin for a structured course. Some others have been in March 2016. In September 2016 I have been in Budapest for a Contact Seminar of eTwinning. In this school year I'm involved in two eTwinning project.

On the right with my colleagues in Dublin - On the left the eTwinning Italian delegation in Budapest

MY TECHNOCLIL EVO 2017

week 1

LET'S START

I have done the survey

My Mentimeter

I have written three words: INNOVATION, CHALLENGE, COMPETENCES.

Innovation, the most frequent word

My post in the Padlet

My Picture in the Showing gallery

Nowadays the teacher must be multitasking ...

TIME FOR LEARNING

Some of the texts read and followed webinar

My week 1 assignments

My first badge

week 2

TIME FOR LEARNING

I have studied the papers of platform. Very interesting and open-mind!

CLIL and CALL: the most important role of technology in CLIL!

I have watched some webinars

TIME FOR INTERACTING AND SHARING

My web tool grid

My post on technoclil blog

My post on Dotstorming

The expert's voice

Anna Gimeno's webinar
Oliver Meyer's webinar
Greg Kessler's webinar

My week 2 assignments

My second badge

week 3

CLIL pathways

TIME FOR LEARNING

Learning designer: a very useful tool to build lessons ...

TIME FOR INTERACTING AND SHARING

My outline of the lesson plan

My peer review to colleague's work: Mariangela Curatolo

Week 3 Test

MY third badge!
Mid term badge
week 4

READING IN CLIL

TIME FOR LEARNING

The webinar with the British Council

MY Extensive Reading in CLIL lesson plan

MY WEEK 4 TEST PART 1

MY WEEK TEST PART 2

Extensive Reading is a powerful way to improve language skills, I think also in L1. I teach Italian as L1 and sometimes my students have to read some books during the school year.

I always tried to convey to them the love of reading and i don't like when the students are forced to read by teachers with the threat of punishment: in this way they'll hate the books. So the freedom of ER is a beautiful thing! And sometimes I devote a small portion of the lesson to silent reading: only now I found that is the same methodology of ER.

I have never tried Extensive Reading in L2. I'd like try it in connection with the study of the same text typology. In the first class of Middle school, in Italian, we study the narrative text and the various typology (horror, science fiction, fantasy). Reading books of the same topic, the students could have a range vision of this textual typology in two languages and learn new words also in L1 that in L2.

In my ER in CLIL lesson plan I have chosen a book "Alien at school" that provide to open some links to Technology, to Science and Geography (I teach also Geography and with my students I do simple activities in robotics -by Scratch).

So they can learn new words about this topics and this can facilitate possible CLIL lessons.

My fourth badge
week 5

TIME FOR REPOSITORIES

CLIL repository

My video lesson

My grid

And now, at the end of this path is not always easy, I say thank you to who coordinated the course,  to colleagues with whom I came in contact. Whatever happens has been a success!

The story go on ...

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