Strategic and organisational considerations in planning content and language integrated learning: a study on the coordination between content and language teachers

Content and language integrated learning (CLIL) is generally recognised as a fruitful
example of bilingual education. However, success in CLIL may not be straightforward and may require the establishment of coordination between content and language teachers. The aim of this study is to investigate if content and language teachers are able to plan a number of different types of coordination at the curricular level: between the foreign language (FL) subject and the content subjects, between the language subjects (L1 and FL) and

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