Bilingual teaching in Hungary: An example of the use of CLIL in successfully motivating language learning in bilingual sections

Author(s): European Schoolnet
Institution/Organisation: Karinthy Frigyes Gimnázium (HU)

2 Assessment of success

2.1  Success indicators

2.2 Success factors



3. Lessons to be learned

The school is exceptional and its intake is highly selective. Many of its examples of good practice would be difficult to transfer to the majority of schools which are not selective and which serve a greater range of the school community. Nevertheless, the school's commitment to an international outlook, its reliance on CLIL to enhance the learning of subjects other than foreign languages and its use of international testing tools such as those provided by the International Baccalaureate are all within the reach of many non-selective schools in Europe.