Content & Language Integrated Learning
The Hundred Years’ War (1337-1453)
One of the main aims of education is to prepare students for future life. This aim can be achieved only if education is correlated with life. Therefore, teaching of various subjects should be correlated with various aspects of life. The experience of correlation within different school disciplines is worth sharing.
A number of integrated lessons are designed to motivate students of grade 11/3 (History & Law stream). To make them experience high school specialities, they are involved in the nonstop integrated learning environment of interdisciplinary correlation.
We do not integrate for the sake of integrating; instead, we integrate to provide our students with a more well-rounded and genuine understanding of their learning. To avoid superficial correlation and make it justified, the lesson designed should meet the following requirements. It is necessary…
• To select an appropriate learning material
• To ensure the common ground between the disciplines of the research.
• To instil and activate specific vocabulary of the partner subject (e.g. English and World History)
• To organize the process of dual comprehension in an accessible way
• To differentiate instruction.
• To implement co-teaching if necessary
The problem of neighboring countries is currently one of the most disturbing issues. It is a serious matter of concern in our country, and in the light of recent events it is really burning. The students analyze the geographical position of Great Britain and its relationships with France. Relations between the UK and France are often portrayed as a history of at best mutual suspicion and at worst open hostility.
Today they focus on the Hundred Years’ War and its impact on Great Britain and France.
Nowadays Britain and France recognize that they can have more to gain from working together than being rivals. The two countries show that pragmatic cooperation can be just as strong as cooperation born of crisis.
Grade 11-3 (History-Law stream)
Teachers-N. Gevorgyan, Z. Tspnetsyan