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Advantages and Challenges with CLIL

@inproceedings{lrande2015AdvantagesAC,
  title={Advantages and Challenges with CLIL},
  author={Engelska och l{\"a}rande and Charlotte Lundin and Linda Persson},
  year={2015}
}

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TLDR
The result of this study shows that the students with CLIL-education manage to reach a higher score on the tests than the pupils with traditional education both in the A-course and in the B-course.