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GRMN6619

Applied Linguistics

Applied Linguistics for the Teaching of German

This course introduces principles and concepts in applied linguistics and a variety of approaches to language pedagogy to enhance the understanding of foreign language teaching, with an emphasis on teaching German. Topics include: second language acquisition, socio-linguistics and pragma-linguistics, phonetics, recent changes in usage in the German language, various assessment tools, and the introduction to The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages as a model for curriculum development.

Required Texts: Jörg Roche, Fremdsprachenerwerb Fremdsprachendidaktik, 2008 2nd Edition (Narr Francke Attempto Verlag, Tübingen), as well as handouts and prepared materials.
Subject:
German
Department:
German
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Language & Stylistics
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Summer 2010

GRMN6619A-L10 Lecture (Lischke)

Summer 2008

GRMN6619A-L08 Lecture (Lischke)

Summer 2006

GRMN6619A-L06 Lecture (Mittelberg)

Summer 2005

GRMN6619A-L05 Lecture

Summer 2004

GRMN6619A-L04 Lecture (Kost)