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TKT: CLIL describes an evolving approach to teaching and learning where subjects are taught and studied through the medium of a language which is not the learner’s first language.

What does TKT: CLIL test?
TKT: CLIL tests knowledge about content teaching in a target language and the learning, thinking and language skills which are developed across different curriculum subjects. It tests knowledge of how to plan lessons as well as the understanding of activities and resources needed to support a CLIL approach. It also tests knowledge of lesson delivery and how assessment is carried out in CLIL contexts.

The test
TKT: CLIL consists of a single paper lasting 80 minutes and containing 80 questions. The test is divided into four parts: knowledge of the principles of CLIL, lesson preparation in a CLIL context, lesson delivery and assessment.

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