- No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark -
the meaning of CLIL
WHAT IS CLIL
CLIL is the best-fit methodology for language teaching and learning in a multilingual Europe. A CLIL lesson is therefore not a language lesson neither it is a subject lesson transmitted in a foreign language.
Content - Progression in knowledge and skills
Communication - Using language to learn whilst learning to use language
Cognition - Developing thinking skills which link concept formation
Culture - Exposure to alternative perspectives and shared understandings
As a CLIL unit we treated about the situation of migrants. During the work we have seen the difference between migrants, refugees and displaced people and we have analyzed the reasons why they are forced to leave their country, the political situation there and the journey that they do to get into a protected country. The lessons were held and led by ourselves. The teacher played a different role, acting behind the scenes.
CLASS 5G 2016/2017 GROUPS AND TEACHER...
We have worked on this project divided in 6 different groups.
Each group worked on the reason why migrants decided to escape from their country and it have also created the different section of the website.
CONVENTION OF 1951 & PROTOCOL OF 1967
Refugees are among the most vulnerable people in the world. The 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967 Protocol help protect them. They clarify the rights of refugees and the obligations of the 148 States that are party to one or both of these instruments.
Other rights contained in the 1951 Convention include:
Some basic rights, including the right to be protected from refoulement, apply to all refugees. A refugee becomes entitled to other rights the longer they remain in the host country:
The right not to be expelled, except under certain, strictly defined conditions (Article 32)
The right to freedom of religion (Article 4);
The right to freedom of movement within the territory (Article 26)
The right to work; The right to housing; The right to education; (Articles 17 to 22)
The 1967 Protocol removes the geographical and time limits that were part of the 1951 Convention.
ARTICLE 10 ITALIAN CONSTITUTION
The Italian legal system conforms to the generally recognised principles of international law.
The legal status of foreigners is regulated by law in conformity with international provisions and treaties.
A foreigner who, in his home country, is denied the actual exercise of the democratic freedoms guaranteed by the Italian constitution shall be entitled to the right of asylum under the conditions established by law.
A foreigner may not be extradited for a political offence.
A glimpse inside the two major sources of Law
Ghislanzoni Jacopo, Bovo Silvia,
Cardone Mauro, Rossi Gloria
This group worked about the situation of ERITREA
Tebtob Samira, Sanchez Lucas, Cattaneo Alessia, Cataldi Gaia
This group worked about the situation of NIGERIA
Clerici Giada, Monda Luca, Wilczynska Paulina, Ellero Beatrice
This group worked about the situation of GUINEA
Romero Perez Yusi, Cardone Andrea, Corbia Stefania, Frangi Nicole
This group worked about the situation of CAMEROON
Bukauskaite Paula, Locarno Claudio, Fagioli Silvia
This group worked about the situation of EL SALVADOR
Michele Vanzulli, with
Ghislanzoni Jacopo and Lucas Sanchez,