Find in this page some of the resources that I prepare and use for my CLIL units and my ESL classes.
Help yourself and I hope you find them useful and interesting !!
Alaska, a wild land
Learn about the geography, culture and life in this wild spot of our planet here.
Introduction to Colours and Art
These are straigh-forward, simple introduction activities to colours, their meaning and their relationship with art and painting.
Colour, Vision and Art
You will understand the connection between colour, vision science and art clicking here.
Cave Art or the Art of Simplicity
Learn here why some art found in Prehistoric caves are ranked as masterpieces for their quality and simplicity.
Vermeer's The Girl With a Pearl Earring
This is the worksheet buncle I have created to deal with one of Vermeer's most beautiful paintings and you can find some activities to be done after watching the homonymous film.
The Case of Grandpa's painting - A detective investigation
In this webpage you will have to discover what happened to the mystery painting. Good luck !!
Make your own Picasso head following this link
Wonders of the World
Learn about the Ancient Wonders of the World, the New 7 Wonders of the World and the New 7 Wonders of the Nature here
Research Project on the Ancient Wonders of the World, which is an excellent icebreaking activity to introduce the topic.
This is a Video Clil Printable called "The mummification Process". The video can be found in the following link (only for subscribers)
This is a funny four-page bundle to get introduced into the best-known Greek gods and goddesses, with a stick-up activity.
This is a very informative Thematic Unit on different aspects of Ancient Greece (fast facts, Athens, gods and goddesses, theatre, Homer, Greeks at home, women's life and Greek education)
Ancient Greece; Search, Cut and Glue is a fill-in-the gap activity with clear explanations and images. Excellent exploratory activity to start the topic
What does "clil" mean and what's good about it?
What makes clil successful in your ESL learning?
Low and high order skills
Multiple intelligences Wheel