Englisches Seminar

Fachtag Englisch "Ambiguities of Belonging" 12. Dezember 2019

The Fachtag Englisch took place on Thursday, 12 December 2019, at the University of Tübingen. During the day, a lecture and three workshops were grouped around the literarische Schwerpunktthema ‚Ambiguity of Belonging‘ for Abitur in Baden-Württemberg. In the morning, an introductory lecture  provided an overview of topics and theoretical discussions. Tom Franklin’s reading from his novel Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter at the Festsaal of the University was at the center of this teachers’ training day.
In the afternoon, three workshops  put a new spin on the literarische Schwerpunktthema ‚Ambiguity of Belonging‘ by juxtaposing academic insight and conceptual knowledge with teaching opportunities. Each workshop was headed by a team of professors and teachers/trainers. The topics served to expand on or differentiate existing teaching materials.

 

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Issues in Foreign Language Education | Impulse zur Fremdsprachendidaktik

Starting in the summer term 2017, we cordially invite you to a guest lecture complementing and deepening the teaching degree courses.

Invited guests of universities, schools and areas which are close to EFL teaching (e.g. schoolbook publishing houses, administration, media) are invited to share their expertise and to point to the links between academic studies, foreign language education and school reality.

15. July 2019

Dr. Ursula Lanvers (York)
Multilingualism in the United Kingdom

 

8. July 2019

Prof. Dr. Kevin Burden, York

Designing innovative mobile learning activities with the iPAC framework

 

21.January 2019

Dr. Imke Lichterfeld, Bonn

Shakespeare’s Bastards in King John and King Lear

 

July 10, 2017

Professor Molly Brown (South Africa)

Young Adult Literature / Young African Readers - Some South African Perspectives and Peculiarities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 13, 2017

Dr. Ursula Lanvers (York)

Public Debates of the Englishization of Education in Germany - A Critical Discourse Analysis