Teaching content through Dutch as a second language
Within the Netherlands, Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in foreign language teaching can be considered a sibling of 'Language Oriented Content Teaching' (LOCT), a pedagogy in mainstream classes with second language learners of Dutch, where Dutch is used as language of instruction. This article characterizes two decades of research on LOCT through Dutch in multilingual schools and discusses its relevance for CLIL development.
|Published in||Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics|
|Year and volume||7 2|
|Key words||disciplinary literacy, teacher education, language across the curriculum, multilingual classrooms, language oriented content teaching, LOCT, content and language integrated learning, CLIL, multidisciplinary cooperation|