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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 2144-2151


CLIL: A VITAL OUTLET TO EFFICIENT LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

ARAVIND G KRISHNAN, ARCHA SASI, Dr. SHIBANI CHAKRAVERTY AICH.




Abstract

During the time of pandemic Covid-19, it is endeavouring to learn a language as this epidemic has made the process humdrum. A large outlet to expand the provision of language learning through CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) has been unfolded as it provides double the effect in the available time. The proliferation of this global rife has devastated the standard of living. New methods of sustainability should be discerned in all spheres. CLIL delineates its gravitas in a world where bilingual and multilingual has become the norm. The standard of education provided through this method is top-notch as there is a swotting of two or more disciplines at the same time. This makes learning through CLIL extremely salubrious. CLIL helps in comprehending the complexities of language competence by putting a language into action, making the words, phrases, and concepts vivid, useful, and alive. This paper shall dwell on exploring the aspects of learning a language naturally by making it necessary through the link of their subject of interests and by nurturing motivation most importantly during the period of the on-going pandemic. This calls for steps to encompass novel course of action to ameliorate the process of learning. Incorporating modern technological advancements in CLIL would create a greater impact revamping the act of acquiring knowledge.

Key words: Language learning; Content and Language Integrated Learning; Communication; Digital learning; Cyber security; Language acquisition; Primary education; Vocabulary; Grammar; Pronunciation; Inductive approach.






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