Language Ideologies in Scientific Discourses on CLIL

CeDiLE

Caroline Staquet (Universiteit Gent)

ERRATUM (note from C. Staquet) : In analysing the first scientific controversy on CLIL, the presenter made a mistake regarding one argument used by Dalton-Puffer et al (2014) to construct CLIL as a different approach from immersion (19:30 – 19 :45). Dalton-Puffer et al (2014) wrote that CLIL would be different from immersion because CLIL languages would be international linguae francae. In other words, Dalton-Puffer et al (2014) did not argue that English would be the main CLIL language as the presenter erroneously uttered.