Study of the Application of the CLIL Method in Bilingual Macroeconomics Teaching
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CLIL teaching method
Bilingual instruction



Submitted : 2024-01-26
Accepted : 2024-02-10
Published : 2024-02-25


This article discusses the methods and considerations of applying the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) teaching method to bilingual teaching in macroeconomics. The paper begins by introducing the concept of the CLIL teaching method and its unique features in the context of economics courses in higher education. Subsequently, the article delves into the methods of applying CLIL in bilingual macroeconomics teaching, including bilingual classroom lectures, bilingual textbook design, bilingual group discussions, macroeconomics case studies, bilingual classroom interaction, and bilingual writing. Lastly, the paper highlights key issues in teaching.


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