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In this contribution five major principles of CLIL are discussed. (1) The principle of repetition, (2) the principle of transfer, (iii) the principle of addition, (iv) the principle of enhanced cognitive development and (v) the principle of brain stimulation.
|Title of host publication||Quality Interfaces. Examining Evidence and Exploring Solutions in CLIL|
|Editors||David Marsh, Oliver Meyer|
|Publisher||Eichstaett Academic Press|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jul 2012|
|Name||Eichstätter Schriftenreihe Kontinuum des Lernens|
- multilingual education
- cognitive development
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