An expanding network of families in Melbourne interested in successful languages education for school children. Research shows that access to quality languages programs at school has many positive spin-offs for communities and individuals alike. Come and find out  how your family can access a broader curriculum through the integration of language learning with subject knowledge.

The language symposium project aims to share information with families about

immersion language programs

what modern language teachers in Victoria are doing

the Victorian Education Department’s support for Content and Language Integrated Learning

Parents, educators and community members are invited to join the languages symposium network to share their suggestions, information and aspirations for language immersion education in Victorian schools.

CLIL Symposium April 18, 2013


Hawthorn Secondary College Auditorium, cnr Burgess St/Tooronga Road, Hawthorn


Simone Smala, CLIL researcher at University Queensland will be presenting information about the successes of the Queensland CLIL high school programs at the symposium. Maria Gindidis of Monash University will present information about the cognitive benefits of bilingual learning.

The symposium is aimed at Victorian parents interested in secondary language immersion learning options for their children.

For more information about CLIL and immersion education go to Multilingual Australia


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