Which outputs has the SET2CLIL team cteated to support trainers, learners and other users?

Trainers and other users of SET2CLIL are supported in three ways, the SET2CLIL Trainer’s Guide, the SET2CLIL Curriculum and the SET2CLIL eRepository and plenty of useful links and other resources.

Is there a cost related to the download and use of resources?

All resources are created as open educational resources (OER) and are accessible online through the project web site at:, project Facebook page and partner web sites. The project team will expect that users refer to the project when using any of the SET2CLIL materials. The project website can be used as the referencing source (

What is the goal, vision and aim of the SET2CLIL Curriculum?

The SET2CLIL Curriculum focuses both on each of the different language competences (reading, writing, speaking and listening) and on the learning outcomes related to social entrepreneurship.

How can I use the eRepository?

The SET2CLIL eRepository is accessible by both trainers and learners. The eRepository is divided into five sections, one section for each module. Each module section contains six KITs, each KIT links to a lesson plan in the trainer’s guide. The lesson plans and KITs are intended as a guide to trainers, and can be adapted to suit the needs of different learner groups. Trainers can also design their own lesson plans and KITs as they see fit.

What is a KIT?

A KIT contains suggested teaching and learning activities and resources as described in its’ corresponding lesson plan.

Do the KITs cover the whole curriculum?

The kits in the eRepository do not have the ambition to cover the whole curriculum and trainers might need to create their own additional materials, especially for topics focused on issues from a national context, such as national supports and policies for social entrepreneurs and national networks.

How can the educational vidoes be used?

The eRepository and the lesson plans contain many videos to support the delivery of the curriculum. Some of them are existing, and free to use, videos our team has sourced to support teaching activities. Others have been created by us, to match the specific needs of SET2CLIL. These are the videos in the Educational videos section. The latter are not professional videos, however they do address important elements within SET2CLIL, so we hope both trainers and learners will find them useful. In addition, some of our videos are voiced by non-native speakers which provide learners with an exposure to different European accents.

How can the Trainers Guide be used?

The trainer’s guide serves two functions. Firstly, it provides trainers with general information on both CLIL and social entrepreneurship. Secondly, it supports trainers in the specific delivery of the SET2CLIL curriculum.

I am a teacher/trainer? Where can I find the lesson plans?

All lesson plans are contained at the end of the trainer’s guide.

Do I need any special software to access the resources?

You only need a personal computer or a mobile device with a browser and internet connection.

How do I use the search option?

There are 2 search fields: you can search by module and by activity.

When selecting a particular module, this module and all its kits will list down.

You can continue with your search and select a particular activity type. You will be offered several options: task-based activities, computer-based activities, learning-by-doing activities, topic vocabulary and case studies. Select one of these options and your search results will be limited to the activities of this type in the previously selected module.

Selecting all modules and a particular type of activity will provide results of all the activities of this type in all 5 modules.

When selecting Case Studies of the Activity field you will be provided with 6 case studies related to the module you have previously selected. These case studies will in most cases be used in the learning by doing activities as well. Each module will provide case studies from a particular country.

Most of the activities will be multi-modal. All of them will focus on some or all language skills as well.

What are the case studies?

These are real-life cases which will assist trainers and help them provide learners with authentic materials.

Can I use the resources on mobile devices?

The responsive web layout of the web site allows for using it on mobile devices. The curriculum outcomes and each module are available to download in pdf and in different e-book formats: epub, mobi, azw3, lit. You can read these on your e-reader by choosing the format accordingly. The same is true for the trainer’s guide.

What is the SET2CLIL ePortfolio?

Trainers who opt to use module 5: My potential as a social entrepreneur, will guide learners in creating and maintaining an ePortfolio. The purpose of the ePortfolio is to support students to reflect on their learning as they progress through the SET2CLIL programme, and on their potential to be a social entrepreneur. The ePortfolio will also serve as a digital CV for learners as they move forward after the programme. The lesson plans and KITs for module 5 contain all the necessary activities and resources for you to support students on this reflective journey. A link to a suggested ePortfolio template can be found in the eRepository. Trainers and learners are free to develop their own ePortfolio on another platform should they so wish.

How can I access the Modules?

Just click on a module’s title and the kits will list down.

How can I access the Kits?

Just click on a KIT’s title and the suggested activities and resources will list down.

Can I use the resources for self-study?
    The SET2CLIL curriculum is designed to be used by trainers and learners in a flexible way. The SET2CLIL curriculum can be delivered in multiple ways:
  • a traditional education trainer-learner(s) setting;
  • by individuals and trainers to validate skills;
  • for the purposes of self-study.
Can I use the Curriculum to self-assess, assess and/or validate skills?
    The SET2CLIL curriculum can be delivered in multiple ways:
  • a traditional education trainer-learner(s) setting;
  • by individuals and trainers to validate skills;
  • for the purposes of self-study.
I am a teacher/trainer. Can I use the Curriculum to design my own customized training?

Trainers can design their own lesson plans and KITs as they see fit.

How can I use and incorporate the resources into my teaching?

It is advised that trainers first read the SET2CLIL curriculum and SET2CLIL trainer’s guide to ensure the SET2CLIL programme is appropriate for their learners. All materials related to the SET2CLIL curriculum can be found in the eRepository.

Each module’s kits have been developed by a local team from a different partner country. This allowed for sharing expertise in different fields of education and training – VET, adult, school, high education. The repository does not offer a unified approach to the training materials but provides examples of different styles of teaching and training which you can choose from.

How can I use and incorporate the resources into my research and learning?

Learners can use the SET2CLIL Curriculum to ensure it is of their interest and or to self-assess their training needs prior to a course. All the resources in the e-repository can be used for self-study.

KITs contain suggested learning activities and resources, as well as a bank of useful links. Learners should ensure that their language level is at least A2.

What level of English do I need before undertaking the SET 2 CLIL curriculum?

Learners should have language level A2.

What level of English do I need to successfully deliver the curriculum?

Trainers should have language level B1.

Does SET2CLIL provide a language level test?

Yes, you can do the online placement test provided in the eRepository, just above the modules. No matter if you are a learner or a trainer this will help you assess your language level prior to training.

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