Assessment and Learning in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Classrooms [electronic resource] : Approaches and Conceptualisations / edited by Mark deBoer, Dmitri Leontjev
- Introduction -- Part 1: Tourism Policy in Bangladesh -- Chapter 1. Policy Overview for Bangladesh Tourism -- Part II: Tourism Administration -- Chapter 2. Theoretical Discussion on Tourism Administration with Reference to Bangladesh -- Chapter 3. The Role of Local Government in Tourism Development: Evidence from Kuakata, Bangladesh -- Part III: Required Tourist Facilities and Services -- Chapter 4: Tourism Policy Analysis of Required Tourist Facilities in Bangladesh -- Chapter 5. Tourism Facility Design Standards and Development in Bangladesh -- Part IV: Tour Routes in Bangladesh and their Regional Connections -- Chapter 6. ''Staying Connected'': Policies for Tour Routes in Bangladesh and the Regional and International Connectivity -- Part V: Legislative Framework, Organisational Entitles and Investment Policies in Tourism -- Chapter 7. Visa and Immigration for Tourists in Bangladesh -- Part VI: Investment and Capital in Tourism -- Chapter 8. The Involvement of Private Sector in Tourism in Bangladesh -- Part VII: Strategies of Tourism Marketing and Promotion -- Chapter 9. The Role of Institutions for Marketing and Promoting the Tourism Industry of Bangladesh -- Chapter 10. Reaching the Stakeholders: Social Media and the Administration of Tourism in Bangladesh -- Part VIII: Tourism Education and Training -- Chapter 11. General Tourism and Hospitality Education and Research in Bangladesh -- Chapter 12. Assessing Engagement of Hospitality and Tourism Employees in Bangladesh through Talent Management Practices -- Chapter 13. Suggestions for Tourism Marketing Education and Research Development in Bangladesh -- Chapter 14. Non-Governmental Organisations and Tourism Education in Bangladesh -- Part IX: Tourism Policy and Gender -- Chapter 15. Tourism and Gender Equity in Bangladesh -- Part X: Future Directions for Tourism Policy and Planning in Bangladesh -- Chapter 16. Tourism Development Agendas in Bangladesh: Exploring Some Policy Considerations -- Chapter 17. An Investigation into the National Tourism Policy of Bangladesh to Explore Policy Significance for a Regional-level Destination -- Chapter 18. Tourism Policy in Bangladesh: A Critical Perspective.
- This volume builds a conceptual basis for assessment promoting learning in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) classrooms and proposes practical assessment approaches and activities that CLIL teachers can apply in the classroom. CLIL as an educational context is unique, as language and content learning happen simultaneously. The efficacy of such instruction has been studied extensively, but assessment in CLIL classrooms has drawn much less attention. The present volume aims to fill this gap. Arranged based on different ways that content and language are integrated in CLIL, the chapters in this book together build a solid theoretical basis for assessment promoting learning in CLIL classrooms. The authors discuss how assessment eliciting this integration yields insights into learners' abilities, but more importantly, how these insights are used to promote learning. The contributors to the volume together build the understanding of classroom-based assessment as cyclic, of teaching, learning, and assessment as inter-related, and of content and language in CLIL classrooms as a dialectical unity. This volume will spark interest in and discussion of classroom-based assessment in CLIL among CLIL educators and researchers, enable reflection of classroom assessment practices, and foster collaboration between CLIL teachers and researchers. The assessment approaches and activities discussed in the volume, in turn, will help educators understand the scope of applications of assessment and inspire them to adapt these to their own classrooms.
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