DATA-DRIVEN LEARNING: A SCAFFOLDING METHODOLOGY FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND CLIL CLASSES

Innovative teaching and good practices

Data-driven Learning (DDL) is one of the most used methods at international level for the improvement of students' linguistic abilities and the enactment of cognitive processes.
Good DDL practices perfectly align with current theories and practices of Second Language Acquisition and have proved to be very useful in CLIL contexts.
With the help of national and international experts and teachers who have already experimented with this methodology, participants attending the congress will discuss the theoretical implications and practical applications of DDL in foreign language and in CLIL classes.