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Die Fachschaft

Wer wir sind und was wir tun

Zur Fachschaft Englisch zählen alle Studierenden am Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik der Fakultät 15, die bei ihrer Einschreibung die Fachschaft Englisch angekreuzt haben.


Darüber hinaus gibt es noch den Fachschaftsrat. Dieser besteht aus den, bei der Fachschaftsvollversammlung gewählten, Vertretern der Fachschaft. Der Fachschaftsrat entscheidet über Angelegenheiten der Studierenden und vertritt ihre Interessen gegenüber dem Institut und der Fakultät. Außerdem hält der Rat die Kommunikation mit Studenten in anderen Gremien aufrecht und steht im Kontakt zu anderen Fachschaftsräten.
Weitere Aufgaben die der Fachschaftsrat mit Hilfe der Fachschaft übernimmt sind:


  • Organisation und Durchführung der O-Phase

  • Mitwirkung an der Verbesserung der Studienbedingungen

    • Studienorganisation,

    • Studienreform,

    • der Studien- und Prüfungsordnungen und Qualität der Lehre.

    • Dazu zählt auch die Beteiligung an den Gremien und Organen des Fachbereichs.

  • die Information und Meinungsbildung der Studierenden (z.B. durch einen Newsletter)

  • die Organisation von Fachschaftsevents (z.B. FIASCO, Party, Workshops)

  • die Einrichtung von Arbeitsgruppen zu fachspezifischen Themen


Kontaktdaten


  1. Fachschaftsraum: Emil-Figge-Straße 50, R. 3.221

  2. Tel.: +49 (0)231 755 8092

  3. E-Mail: fs-englisch.fk15@uni-dortmund.de

  4. Forum: http://englisch.forumprofi.de/index.php

  5. Homepage: http://www.fachschaft-englisch.de/

  6. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003315015615

  7. Newsletter: http://www.ews2.uni-dortmund.de/fse

  8. Kurstauschbörse: http://www.kurstausch-englisch.de.vu/

Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik

Einzelheiten zu den Veranstaltungen finden sich in den Anschlägen am Schwarzen Brett, EF 50,
3. Etage, Foyer, Gebäudeteil B;

zu den amerikanistischen Veranstaltungen finden sich Anschläge in EF 50, Gebäudeteil D, Erdgeschoss, gegenüber von 0.406



Sommersemester 2012
Die Lehrveranstaltungen beginnen am 02.04.2012 und finden, wenn nicht anders angegeben,

in der Emil-Figge-Straße 50 statt.
Bitte auch auf aktuelle Änderungen achten,

die unter www.iaawiki.tu-dortmund.de eingesehen werden können!

Englische Sprachwissenschaft
1. StudienPHASE


154101

Linguistics II – Kurs A (2 PS)




Mo 14:15 - 15:45

R. 3.206

Reinke

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302




154102

Linguistics II – Kurs B (2 PS)




Mi 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.208

Salzinger

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302




154103

Linguistics II – Kurs C (2 PS)




Mo 16:15 – 17:45

R. 0.220

Bücker

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302


154104

Linguistics II – Kurs D (2 PS)




Fr 16.15 – 17:45

R. 3.208

Reinertz

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302




154105

Linguistics II – Kurs E (2 PS)




Di 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.205

Hamblock

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302




154106

Linguistics II – Kurs F (2 PS)




Fr 14:15 – 15:45

R. U 331

Bauernfeind

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302




154107

Linguistics II – Kurs G (2 PS)




Fr 16:15 -17:45

R. U 331

Bauernfeind

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302




154108

Linguistics II – Kurs H (2 PS)




Mi 12:15 – 13:45

R. U 331

Schäfer

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 301

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2a

SP1.Fach: 2a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2a

SP2.Fach: 2a

B.A.AS: PO03: 1d, 15c / PO09: Kern: 1c, 3a; Komp: 1b, 2b


BK: 2a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 302

HRG: 302

GyGe/BK: 302

SP: 302

This second part of the introduction to linguistics will focus on the following topics:

  • semantics (the study of meaning - both of words and sentences)

  • pragmatics (the study of utterances and their meaning)

  • the role of English and its varieties as a world-wide language

  • an introduction to language change and the history of English

  • basic aspects of first and second language acquisition

Credits will be awarded on the basis of a “portfolio”, which will include written and/or oral contributions; details will be announced at the first meeting. Students who have not taken Linguistics I yet will be admitted to Linguistics II, and will have to take Linguistics I in the following semester.

A number of tutorials will be on offer (one hour per week).

Each class will be supported by an EWS-Workspace (http://ews.tu-dortmund.de) for which you should register immediately once you have got a place.

Textbook (to be purchased):

Blake, Barry J. 2008. All About Language. Oxford: Oxford University Press.



2. StudienPHASE


154109

Historical Dimensions of the English Language (2 HS)




Vortreffen: 15.06.2012

16:00 – 17:30

Blockseminar: 18./19./20./

23.07.2012

Jeweils von

09:00 – 14:30

24.07.2012

Von 09:00 – 12:15

R. 3.206


3.205

Deck

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 701

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 4a

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS: PO03: 7c, 8, 9, 10a, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 6bc,7bc Komp: 4a


BK: 4a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: 1ab

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK: 303

SP:

The earliest English texts date back to around 700 - and their language is extremely different from the English language as we know it. And even if we consider a text from the end of the 14th century, we will find it more recognizable, but still far from easily readable. Shakespeare's works seem to offer a safe footing - but why are the sisters in Macbeth weird, and why couldn't Shakespeare find correct rhymes, at least some of the time? Then again, Shakespeare's language is markedly different from 14th century English, and even more so from the earliest texts. The explanation to all this lies in the fact that English is a language, and languages are forever subject to change, be it in pronunciation, vocabulary, or syntax. We will outline some of the major changes which have affected the English language over its long history, and which have contributed to its present shape. In the process, we will consider some basics about historical linguistics, i.e. the description and explanation of language change. This will involve the search for causes of linguistic change, which may be found inside language itself, but also in the cultural circumstances in which languages are embedded.

Credits will be given for regular attendance, submitting a series of exercises, and the end-of-term written test.



The seminars will be supported by EWS-Workspaces (http://ews.tu-dortmund.de) for which you should register immediately once you have got a place in either of these seminars.

Introductory reading and textbook (recommended for purchase): Barber, Charles, Beal, Joan C. & Shaw, Philip A. 2009. The English Language: A Historical Introduction. 2nd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.




154110

Cognitive Linguistics (2 HS)




Vortreffen: 13.04.2012

16:00 – 17:00

Blockseminar: 16./17./18.07.2012

Jeweils von

09:00 – 16:00

R. 0.220

Bücker

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503, 702, 703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: : PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a


BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: 11,12,13 PO09: 2ab

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

The label "Cognitive Linguistics" has been given to an approach to the study of language that began in the 1970s and has become more and more fruitful since the 1980s. Most of the research has focused on semantics, but morphology and syntax also figure significantly, plus other linguistic areas like language acquisition, phonology, and historical linguistics.

There are three major hypotheses which guide the cognitive approach to language (Croft, Cruse 2004: 1):

- language is not an autonomous cognitive faculty, but depends on and is embedded in our general cognitive faculties;

- grammar is conceptualization, i.e. linguistic structures are closely connected to our non-linguistic concepts of the world; for instance, syntactic functions like subject and objects mirror the participants in an event that we witness;

- knowledge of language emerges from language use; in effect, this means that we are not genetically equipped with an abstract and universal grammar which only needs input from the language which we are exposed to as children, but that the language acquisition process is closely connected to pairings of non-linguistic situations with linguistic expressions which we encounter at an early age.

In this seminar, we will focus on different topics related to the domain of cognitive linguistics, such as the study of metaphor and metonymy, “prototypical” meanings and their extensions, and the cognitive approaches to grammar. On the basis of the theoretical framework, we will also look at the impact of cognitive linguistics on EFL teaching.



The exact requirements for credits will be discussed in our first session.


154111

Syntax (2 HS)




Mo 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.208

Jansing

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503, 702, 703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: : PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a


BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: 11,12,13 PO09: 1a

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154112

Syntax (2 HS)




Di 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.206

Jansing

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503, 702, 703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: : PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a


BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: 11,12,13 PO09: 1a

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

Why can we say Jenny saw herself but not *Herself saw Jenny? How come that we need more than one attempt to make sense of The horse raced past the barn fell, whereas we all immediately understand The horse ridden past the barn fell? Does it make a difference whether I gave the book to Susan or whether I gave Susan the book? This course will explore these and a variety of other issues in English sentence structure, applying a number of different frameworks that have been proposed for describing and explaining them.
The requirements for credits will be announced in our first meeting. The seminar will be supported by an EWS-Workspace (http://ews.uni-dortmund.de) for which you should register if you get a place in this seminar. If you have any questions concerning content or organization of the seminar, don’t hesitate to contact me at ‖barbara.jansing@tu-dortmund.de‖.

Reading materials will be made available through the EWS-Workspace for this course.




154113

Metaphor (2 HS)




Vortreffen: 15.06.2012

15:00 – 18:00

Blockseminar:

16./17.07.2012

09:00 – 16:00

18./19.07.2012

08:00 – 12:00

Klausur:

20.07.2012

10:00 – 12:00

3.406

3.208

3.208

Tendahl

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503, 702, 703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: : PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a


BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: 11,12,13 PO09: 1a, 2ab

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

During the history of linguistics, language has most often been studied and viewed as a fairly logical system comprising rigid grammatical structures and clearly identifiable connections between linguistic expressions and their meanings.

In this seminar we will consider language in a different way. We will not see it as an autonomous mental system, but as being determined by our bodies and particular discourse situations as well. In this endeavour we will become familiar with ideas coming from areas of research such as cognitive linguistics, pragmatics and psycholinguistics. More particularly, a major focus will be on the significance of metaphor and metonymy in making sense of our surroundings and language. Traditionally, metaphors and metonymies have only been seen as exceptional uses of language – mere ornaments in decorating language. This assumption could not be further from the truth. (Just consider the last sentence you read; it is not poetic at all, but you may find up to three metaphorically used expressions in it.) Instead, metaphor is a pervasive feature of language. Since the ground-breaking work of Lakoff and Johnson (Metaphors We Live By, 1980), the study of conceptual metaphor and of corresponding metaphorical expressions has been in the focus of much work in the burgeoning discipline of Cognitive Linguistics. Meanwhile, metonymy, another well-known poetic device, has not received the same amount of attention until recently, when it was reconsidered as another fundamental device of expressing meaning in language. In fact, many scholars now regard metonymy as even more fundamental than metaphor.

A cursory look at the below mentioned books may help you to decide whether you may possibly have enough interest to participate in this theory-laden seminar. A full reading list will be distributed in the first seminar session and a reader will be made available.

In order to get the credits for this class, participants will have to attend regularly, give a presentation, and either sit a written end-of-term test or hand in a written paper.




154114

The mental lexicon (2 HS)




Di 08:15 - 09:45

R. 3.206

Dornbusch

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503,702,703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a

BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03:11, 12, 13 PO09: 1a, 3ab

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

The mental lexicon plays a central role in research on language processing. It has been conceptualized as a kind of dictionary where all words in the mind of the language user are stored. But how do humans manage to store so many words in their mind? How do they learn new words and how do they find the ones they want to use? In this course we attempt to answer these questions by exploring the structure and content of the mental lexicon. We are going to discuss data obtained from psycholinguistic experiments, observations of slips of the tongue as well as arguments put forward from the field of theoretical linguistics.
Reading materials and the requirements for credits will be announced in our first meeting. This seminar will be supported by an EWS-Workspace (http://www.ews.tu-dortmund.de) for which you should register immediately if you get a place in this seminar.
MASTERSTUDIENGÄNGE LEHRAMT


154110

Cognitive Linguistics (2 HS)




Vortreffen: 13.04.2012

16:00 – 17:00

Blockseminar: 16./17./18.07.2012

jeweils von

09:00 – 16:00

R. 0.220

Bücker

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503, 702, 703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: : PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a


BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: 11,12,13 PO09: 2ab, 3a

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

The label "Cognitive Linguistics" has been given to an approach to the study of language that began in the 1970s and has become more and more fruitful since the 1980s. Most of the research has focused on semantics, but morphology and syntax also figure significantly, plus other linguistic areas like language acquisition, phonology, and historical linguistics.

There are three major hypotheses which guide the cognitive approach to language (Croft, Cruse 2004: 1):

- language is not an autonomous cognitive faculty, but depends on and is embedded in our general cognitive faculties;

- grammar is conceptualization, i.e. linguistic structures are closely connected to our non-linguistic concepts of the world; for instance, syntactic functions like subject and objects mirror the participants in an event that we witness;

- knowledge of language emerges from language use; in effect, this means that we are not genetically equipped with an abstract and universal grammar which only needs input from the language which we are exposed to as children, but that the language acquisition process is closely connected to pairings of non-linguistic situations with linguistic expressions which we encounter at an early age.

In this seminar, we will focus on different topics related to the domain of cognitive linguistics, such as the study of metaphor and metonymy, “prototypical” meanings and their extensions, and the cognitive approaches to grammar. On the basis of the theoretical framework, we will also look at the impact of cognitive linguistics on EFL teaching.



The exact requirements for credits will be discussed in our first session.


154113

Metaphor (2 HS)




Vortreffen: 15.06.2012

15:00 – 18:00

Blockseminar:

16./17.07.2012

09:00 – 16:00

18./19.07.2012

08:00 – 12:00

Klausur:

20.07.2012

10:00 – 12:00

3.205

3.208

3.208

Tendahl

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503, 702, 703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: : PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a

BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: 11,12,13 PO09: 1a, 2ab

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

During the history of linguistics, language has most often been studied and viewed as a fairly logical system comprising rigid grammatical structures and clearly identifiable connections between linguistic expressions and their meanings.

In this seminar we will consider language in a different way. We will not see it as an autonomous mental system, but as being determined by our bodies and particular discourse situations as well. In this endeavour we will become familiar with ideas coming from areas of research such as cognitive linguistics, pragmatics and psycholinguistics. More particularly, a major focus will be on the significance of metaphor and metonymy in making sense of our surroundings and language. Traditionally, metaphors and metonymies have only been seen as exceptional uses of language – mere ornaments in decorating language. This assumption could not be further from the truth. (Just consider the last sentence you read; it is not poetic at all, but you may find up to three metaphorically used expressions in it.) Instead, metaphor is a pervasive feature of language. Since the ground-breaking work of Lakoff and Johnson (Metaphors We Live By, 1980), the study of conceptual metaphor and of corresponding metaphorical expressions has been in the focus of much work in the burgeoning discipline of Cognitive Linguistics. Meanwhile, metonymy, another well-known poetic device, has not received the same amount of attention until recently, when it was reconsidered as another fundamental device of expressing meaning in language. In fact, many scholars now regard metonymy as even more fundamental than metaphor.

A cursory look at the below mentioned books may help you to decide whether you may possibly have enough interest to participate in this theory-laden seminar. A full reading list will be distributed in the first seminar session and a reader will be made available.

In order to get the credits for this class, participants will have to attend regularly, give a presentation, and either sit a written end-of-term test or hand in a written paper.




154114

The mental lexicon (2 HS)




Di 08:15 - 09:45

R. 3.206

Dornbusch

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 503,702,703

MA LA: 1201, 1201, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR: 5a

SP1.Fach: 5a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 8a,b

SP2.Fach: 4b

B.A.AS: PO03: 8, 9, 18ac / PO09: Kern: 7bc, 8c Komp:4a

BK: 8a,b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03:11, 12, 13 PO09: 1a, 3ab

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

The mental lexicon plays a central role in research on language processing. It has been conceptualized as a kind of dictionary where all words in the mind of the language user are stored. But how do humans manage to store so many words in their mind? How do they learn new words and how do they find the ones they want to use? In this course we attempt to answer these questions by exploring the structure and content of the mental lexicon. We are going to discuss data obtained from psycholinguistic experiments, observations of slips of the tongue as well as arguments put forward from the field of theoretical linguistics.
Reading materials and the requirements for credits will be announced in our first meeting. This seminar will be supported by an EWS-Workspace (http://www.ews.tu-dortmund.de) for which you should register immediately if you get a place in this seminar.



154115

Linguistics Project (1 K)




n. V.




Peters

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA: 1201, 1202, 1203

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS: :

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO09: 3b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

Projects in linguistics may have a background in a Hauptseminar which has been (or is being) attended, but independent suggestions will certainly be welcome. Highly recommended: forming a team for your project.

Advice on conceiving, planning and realising a project will be given in (group-)individually arranged appointments. Please check my iaawiki page for a list of suggestions for topics or areas where a topic might be found. A preliminary meeting will be announced soon after course assignment. The seminar will be supported by an EWS-Workspace (http://ews.tu-dortmund.de) for which you should register immediately as soon as you have got a place in this seminar.
Sprachpraxis
BML students who still need to take the 4 SWS IFC should contact

Dr Richard Bell to discuss arrangements.
1. StudienPHASE

The programme of courses offered as part of the Sprachpraxis module consists of Integrated Foundation Courses (IFCs), Written and Oral Communication Courses (WOCs), and Academic Writing Courses. You should attend one of each type of course, starting with an IFC (2 SWS) and a WOC (2 SWS). You must successfully complete the WOC before you can take an Academic Writing Course. These course types are described in greater detail below.


Integrated Foundation Courses (IFC)
The aim of these courses is to provide systematic and interconnected language training. Hence, all IFCs will contain elements of grammar practice, mistakes recognition, listening and reading comprehension, vocabulary building, and some discussions.


154401

IFC I (2 Ü)




Mo 16:00 – 17:30

R. 3.208

Hamblock

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 401

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c

B.A.AS:

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 101

HRG: 101

GyGe/BK: 101

SP: 101




154402

IFC II (2 Ü)




Mo 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.205

Mulder

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 401

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c

B.A.AS:

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 101

HRG: 101

GyGe/BK: 101

SP: 101



154403

IFC III (2 Ü)




Di 16:00 – 17:30

R. 3.205

Hamblock

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 401

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c

B.A.AS:

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 101

HRG: 101

GyGe/BK: 101

SP: 101




154404

IFC IV (2 Ü)




Mo 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.206

Mulder

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 401

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c

B.A.AS:

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 101

HRG: 101

GyGe/BK: 101

SP: 101




154405

IFC V (2 Ü)




Fr 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.206

Mulder

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 401

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c

B.A.AS:

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 101

HRG: 101

GyGe/BK: 101

SP: 101


Written and Oral Communication (WOC)
All of these courses – irrespective of their individual content – focus on expression, especially through writing. The emphasis is very clearly on planned and carefully structured writing, concentrating particularly on the “argumentative essay”.


154406

WOC: Media Studies (2 Ü)




Fr 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.208

Bell

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 402

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK: PO09: Kern: 1d Komp: 1c

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c, 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 2b, 15b PO09: Kern: 1b Komp: 1a

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 102

HRG: 102

GyGe/BK: 102

SP: 102




154407

WOC: Short Stories (2 Ü)




Fr 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.206

Risher

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 402

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK: PO09: Kern: 1d Komp: 1c

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c, 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 2b, 15b PO09: Kern: 1b Komp: 1a

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 102

HRG: 102

GyGe/BK: 102

SP: 102




154408

WOC: Theory (2 Ü)




Mo 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.205

Kirchner

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 402

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK: PO09: Kern: 1d Komp: 1c

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c, 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 2b, 15b PO09: Kern: 1b Komp: 1a

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 102

HRG: 102

GyGe/BK: 102

SP: 102




154409

WOC: Slang (2 Ü)




Mi 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.207

Kerschen

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 402

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK: PO09: Kern: 1d Komp: 1c

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c, 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 2b, 15b PO09: Kern: 1b Komp: 1a

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 102

HRG: 102

GyGe/BK: 102

SP: 102

154410

WOC: Social Issues (2 Ü)




Di 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.207

Kirchner

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 402

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK: PO09: Kern: 1d Komp: 1c

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c, 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 2b, 15b PO09: Kern: 1b Komp: 1a

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 102

HRG: 102

GyGe/BK: 102

SP: 102




154411

WOC: Politics (2 Ü)




Mo 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.205

Kerschen

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 402

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK: PO09: Kern: 1d Komp: 1c

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c, 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 2b, 15b PO09: Kern: 1b Komp: 1a

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 102

HRG: 102

GyGe/BK: 102

SP: 102




154412

WOC: Independent Films (2 Ü)




Fr 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.207

Dierich

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 402

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 3a

SP1.Fach: 3a

B.A.ALK: PO09: Kern: 1d Komp: 1c

Gy/Ge: 3a

SP2.Fach: 1e, 2c, 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 2b, 15b PO09: Kern: 1b Komp: 1a

BK: 3a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 102

HRG: 102

GyGe/BK: 102

SP: 102


Academic Writing (LABG 2009 only)
These courses aim at developing the understanding and writing of academic English and will guide students through the processes of text analysis, evaluation, drafting and editing. Classroom work will focus on identifying features of language at different levels of textual design and will show how vocabulary and grammar relate to the rhetorical function and context of communication. Model essays and practice material will be available during the course of the seminar. Students will be expected to contribute work on a regular basis.


154413

Academic Writing: The Gothic (2 Ü)




Do 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.205

Bell

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG: 103

GyGe/BK: 103

SP:




154414

Academic Writing: Video Games (2 Ü)




Mi 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.207

Bell

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG: 103

GyGe/BK: 103

SP:




154415

Academic Writing: Comics (2 Ü)




Mo 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.207

Hamblock

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG: 103

GyGe/BK: 103

SP:




154416

Academic Writing: Contemporary American Poetry (2 Ü)




Mi 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.205

Mulder

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG: 103

GyGe/BK: 103

SP:




154417

Academic Writing: Film Adaptations (2 Ü)




Mi 16:15 – 17:45

R. U331

Mulder

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG: 103

GyGe/BK: 103

SP:

1. / 2. StudienPHASE
Auslandsaufenthalt
To meet the requirements for the stay abroad, you should consult one of the members of staff who offer an opportunity for Project Design and Evaluation. When you have agreed on a project, you should register for the semester in which you intend to complete your project.
Project Design and Evaluation


154418

Project Design and Evaluation (3 Ü)










Bell

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 403

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 4d

SP1.Fach: 4d

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 4d

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK: 5c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 103

HRG: 104

GyGe/BK: 104

SP: 103




154419

Project Design and Evaluation (1 Ü)










Holst

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 403

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 4d

SP1.Fach: 4d

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 4d

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK: 5c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 103

HRG: 104

GyGe/BK: 104

SP: 103




154420

Project Design and Evaluation (1 Ü)










Mulder

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 403

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 4d

SP1.Fach: 4d

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 4d

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK: 5c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 103

HRG: 104

GyGe/BK: 104

SP: 103




154421

Project Design and Evaluation (1 Ü)










Hamblock

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 403

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 4d

SP1.Fach: 4d

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 4d

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK: 5c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 103

HRG: 104

GyGe/BK: 104

SP: 103

2. StudienPHASE

These courses are open both to LPO 2003 students and to those studying under the BML regulations. If you are studying under LPO 2003, it is vital that you check which courses you are required to take in the Hauptstudium. The requirements differ depending on which qualification you are working towards.

Academic Writing (LPO 2003 & BML (LPO 2005))
These courses aim at developing the understanding and writing of academic English and will guide students through the processes of text analysis, evaluation, drafting and editing. Classroom work will focus on identifying features of language at different levels of textual design and will show how vocabulary and grammar relate to the rhetorical function and context of communication. Model essays and practice material will be available during the course of the seminar. Students will be expected to contribute work on a regular basis.


154422

Academic Writing I: American Literature (2 Ü)




Mo 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.207

Holst

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154423

Academic Writing II: British Literature (2 Ü)




Fr 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.207

Holst

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO09: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154424

Academic Writing III: Cultural Studies (2 Ü)




Do 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.207

Holst

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154425

Academic Writing IV: American Literature (2 Ü)




Mo 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.207

Holst

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:


154426

Academic Writing V: British Literature (2 Ü)




Do 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.206

Holst

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154427

Academic Writing VI: Special Projects (2 Ü)




Do 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.205

Kane

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154428

Academic Writing VII: Slayer Studies (2 Ü)




Fr 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.207

Bell

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154430

Academic Writing IX: Gender Studies (2 Ü)




Mo 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.207

Kirchner

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1002

MA LA: 1502

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:


Translation
For students studying under the 2003 or BML regulations, this course will provide practice in translation and give you the opportunity to gain the credit points for translation required in the respective HS module. These classes will run parallel: it would not, therefore, be sensible to attend more than one. Students attending any of these classes will be expected to prepare texts in advance of each session and to hand in work for marking. Students who require credit points are required to have two translation assignments accepted (i.e. with pass grades) in the course of the term to gain the points for this course.
Highly recommended background reading:

Barry Baddock & Susie Vrobel: Translation Skills German-English

Hueber

Emily Purser & Linda Paul: Translation: Übersetzung



Cornelsen

Richard Humphrey: Grundkurs Übersetzen Deutsch-Englisch

Klett

Richard Humphrey: Aufbaukurs Übersetzen Deutsch-Englisch



Klett

Recommended dictionary:


Langenscheidt/Collins Großwörterbuch Englisch, Munich 2004



154432

Translation German/English II (2 Ü)




Mi 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.205

Mulder

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1001

MA LA: 1501

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154433

Translation German/English III (2 Ü)




Do 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.206

Hamblock

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1001

MA LA: 1501

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:




154435

Translation German/English V (2 Ü)




Mi 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.205

Hamblock

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 1001

MA LA: 1501

LPO 2003

GHR: 5d

SP1.Fach: 5d

B.A.ALK: 7b, 18b / PO09: Kern: 8b Komp: 4c

Gy/Ge: 8b

SP2.Fach: 3b

B.A.AS: PO03: 17a

PO09: Komp:3a



BK: 8b




M.A.ALK: PO03: 11b / PO09: Ia

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO03: 12a, 13a, 14a / PO09: 2b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:


Englische Fachdidaktik

1. STUDIENPHASE




154301

Introduction to Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language – Kurs A (2 V)




Di 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.208

Ehrenreich

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 303

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2c

SP1.Fach: 2c

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2c

SP2.Fach: 2b

B.A.AS:

BK: 2c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 201

HRG: 201

GyGe/BK: 201

SP: 201




154302

Introduction to Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language – Kurs B (2 V)




Mi 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.208

Nold

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 303

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2c

SP1.Fach: 2c

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2c

SP2.Fach: 2b

B.A.AS:

BK: 2c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 201

HRG: 201

GyGe/BK: 201

SP: 201




154303

Introduction to Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language – Kurs C (2 V)




Di 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.208

Pitzl

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 303

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2c

SP1.Fach: 2c

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2c

SP2.Fach: 2b

B.A.AS:

BK: 2c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 201

HRG: 201

GyGe/BK: 201

SP: 201




154304

Introduction to Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language – Kurs D (2 V)




Block: 06.-10.08, 09:00 – 16:00 Uhr

R. 3.208

Papenberg

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 303

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2c

SP1.Fach: 2c

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2c

SP2.Fach: 2b

B.A.AS:

BK: 2c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 201

HRG: 201

GyGe/BK: 201

SP: 201




154305

Introduction to Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language – Kurs E (2 V)




Do 10:15 – 11:45

3.208

Steffens

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 303

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2c

SP1.Fach: 2c

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2c

SP2.Fach: 2b

B.A.AS:

BK: 2c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 201

HRG: 201

GyGe/BK: 201

SP: 201




154318

Introduction to Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language – Kurs F (2 V)




Fr 08:30 – 10:00

3.208

Hirschberg

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 303

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2c

SP1.Fach: 2c

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2c

SP2.Fach: 2b

B.A.AS:

BK: 2c




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 201

HRG: 201

GyGe/BK: 201

SP: 201

Making the transition from former pupil to future teacher requires students of English to look at the English classroom from a new angle and to familiarize themselves with a wide range of theoretical and empirical as well as pedagogical concepts that are involved in the teaching and learning of English as a foreign language. The aim of this obligatory course is to introduce students to the field(s) of Englischdidaktik and Applied Linguistics by providing a state-of-the-art overview of relevant issues and current debates. These include the following:
- the different roles of English as a national and as a global language,

- European and national language learning policies, e.g. educational standards

(Bildungsstandards), and curricula,

- language teacher education and teacher development,

- language learning theories,

- recent trends in language teaching methodology,

- the teaching and learning of the language system and language use (pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar) and the four skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing),

- ways of conceptualizing and developing intercultural communicative competence as well as

- diagnosing, evaluating and assessing language proficiency.
These issues will not only be considered from the established 'English as a foreign language' (EFL) perspective in which English is primarily learnt in order to be able to communicate with native speakers. Taking into account recent research into how English is used as an international lingua franca (ELF) among speakers of different first languages, the course will also pose the question of to what extent and in what ways this type of language use should be incorporated into current ELT practice.
The course will be accompanied by a tutorial. Course requirements will be announced in the first session.
Purchasing one of the following introductions is highly recommended:
Haß, F. et al. (Ed.). (2006). Fachdidaktik Englisch: Tradition, Innovation, Praxis. Stuttgart: Klett.

Klippel, F., & Doff, S. (2007). Englischdidaktik: Praxishandbuch für die Sekundarstufe I und II. Berlin:

Cornelsen Scriptor.

Müller-Hartmann, A., & Schocker-von Ditfurth, M. (2011). Introduction to English Language Teaching. 8th ed.

Stuttgart: Klett.

2. STUDIENPHASE




154306

English as a Lingua Franca – Latest Research and Pedagogical Applications

(2 HS) (mit Exkursion)




Mi 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.206

Ehrenreich

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1102, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS: 6bc, 8c

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

English is now the world's major international lingua franca with an ever-growing number of non-native speakers using it for their needs in a multiplicity of contexts. A neglected field until only a few years ago, English as a lingua franca (ELF) research has now gained considerable momentum and produced a wealth of exciting insights into ELF communication with many studies also considering pedagogical implications. Interestingly, in recent ELT documents (e.g. curricula, Bildungsstandards, ELT materials) an increasing number of references to ELF can be found. Are these references always warranted by what the documents say about the teaching aims or are they just used as a modern label? This is just one of the questions we will approach in this seminar, building on insights gained from a closer look at conceptual, empirical and pedagogical ELF research.

Depending on funding, this course will include an (optional) trip to the 5th International Conference of ELF, which in 2012 has as its conference theme "Pedagogical Implications of ELF in the Expanding Circle" and will be held at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey (May 24 to 26, 2012). For conference details see www.elf5.org.


Course requirements and details concerning the conference trip will be announced in the first session.


154307

Teaching Pronunciation (2 HS)




Di 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.205

Jansing

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

Pronunciation has been described as “the Cinderella of language teaching”, i.e. she never gets to go to the ball. This course will attempt to bring pronunciation away from the cinders. Building on a review of basic phonetic and phonological concepts, we will discuss models and objectives of pronunciation teaching. A central question throughout the seminar will be how to incorporate these concepts into practical classroom instruction. Students should be prepared to participate in pronunciation exercises both as instructors and as learners.
The requirements for credits will be announced in our first meeting. If you have any questions concerning content or organization of the seminar, don’t hesitate to contact me at ||barbara.jansing@udo.edu||.
Required Reading: Kelly, G. 2000. How to teach pronunciation. Harlow: Longman/Pearson.

Further reading materials will be made available through the EWS-Workspace for this course.




154308

Early Second Language Acquisition (2 HS)




Mi 10:15 – 11:45

R. 0.220

Strauß

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

This seminar centers around our cooperation with the bilingual kindergarten 'Kleyer Sonnenkinder e.V.' in Dortmund-Kley. Seminar participants will spend two sessions at the kindergarten exploring issues in early second language acquisition. In order to get to know the kindergarten and the children, you will ‘immerse’ yourself into kindergarten life as an English-speaking assistant teacher in the first of these two sessions. At a later stage, you will get the chance to plan and teach a mini-lesson in the kindergarten with your fellow students. This practical component will be complemented by plenary sessions on selected readings in the field of applied linguistics that are central to early second language acquisition and language teaching. We will also look at the school program of the Dortmund International Primary Schools (DIPS) and discuss how these four bilingual primary schools pursue the children’s foreign language education.
The exact requirements for credits will be announced in our first meeting.
Due to the project character of the seminar the number of participants is limited. Preference will be given to students who plan to teach at primary schools, at vocational schools (social pedagogy), or in special education. Before you register for the class, ask yourself if you are really interested in participating in the daily routine of the kindergarten and if you enjoy interacting with little children. If you do, you will get the most out of this class!


154309

Teaching Drama and Drama Techniques (2 HS)




Do 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.208

Kane

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1102, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

This seminar will focus on the teaching of drama, the use of dialogues, skits and mimes as well as other drama techniques in the EFL classroom. Hopefully, by the end of the seminar students will be able to employ a wide range of different methods to involve learners in creative activities in the classroom. The approach taken here is a good fit with theories which emphasise communicative competence, task-based learning, TPR-style activities and learner-centredness. We will also be looking at ways of actively teaching Shakespeare and for this purpose will be concentrating on two plays – As You Like It and The Tempest. Most material will be available on the EWS platform. There will be opportunities for written examinations, papers, projects, and oral presentations.
Recommended introductions to the topic include:

Joe Winston, Second Language Learning Through Drama: Practical Techniques and Applications. London: Routledge, 2011 and/or Alan Maley and Alan Duff, Drama Techniques in Language Learning. 3rd. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.





154310

Corpus linguistics for language teachers (2 HS)




Di 14:15 – 15:45

R. 0.220

Pitzl

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

This course offers a general and practical introduction to corpus linguistics for future teachers of English. Taking as a point of departure the two questions ‘What is a corpus?’ and ‘How are corpora relevant for language teachers?’, the course will start by familiarizing students with some basic corpus linguistic principles, such as the notions of target population, corpus balance, representativeness, and concordances. As a second step, we will have a look at some of the present debates concerning the relevance and application of corpus-based findings in ELT, discussing issues such as what constitutes ‘real’ or ’authentic’ language in the context of an English language classroom. Finally, the course will introduce you to several English language corpora, which are accessible to researchers, teachers and students of English. With teams of students becoming ‘experts’ for one corpus, we will get to know a number of available English language corpora such as the British National Corpus (BNC), the Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) and the Vienna-Oxford International Corpus of English (VOICE) and together explore ways in which you might use these corpora as additional resources for teaching English in your future careers.
Course requirements will be announced in the first session.
Depending on the availability of funding, the course may involve an optional excursion for a small group of interested students to the 10th Teaching and Language Corpora (TaLC) Conference, which takes place in Warsaw from 11th-14th July 2012.


154311

Romane im Englischunterricht (2 HS)




Do 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.208

Witsch

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602

MA LA: 1101, 1102

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

Der Einsatz von Romanen im Englischunterricht wirkt sich motivierend auf Schülerinnen und Schüler aus. Allerdings stellt das Lesen von Ganzschriften in der Zielsprache sowohl für Schülerinnen und Schüler der Sekundarstufe I als auch  der Sekundarstufe II eine Herausforderung dar.

Auf der Grundlage aktueller didaktischer und methodischer Empfehlungen soll anhand konkreter Romanbeispiele aufgezeigt und gemeinsam erarbeitet werden, wie Schülerinnen und Schüler im Umgang mit Romanen Kompetenzen entwickeln und vertiefen können.




154312

Audiovisual Media in the English Classroom (2 HS)




Fr 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.208

Hirschberg

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602

MA LA: 1101, 1102

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

In this seminar, we are going to approach language learning theories with a special focus on sensory

perception, especially visual and auditory perception.

Which role does visual and auditory perception play in the process of language learning, in the institutional

requirements and for each individual learner? We are going to find ways to create diverse teaching material

that is both based on theory and actually applicable in EFL classrooms. Please only enroll for this seminar if

you are ready to look into teaching contents (different text types, auditory and visual material of any sort)



intensively and if you are ready to work actively in groups in order to develop adequate and authentic material.
Theorie-Praxis-Modul


154313

Planung, Gestaltung und Reflexion von Englischunterricht (TPM I & II)




Mi 16:00 – 17:30

R. 0.220

Nold

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA: 1103

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

In dieser Veranstaltung wird auf das fachspezifische Schulpraktikum vorbereitet (TPM I und II). Ein Schwerpunkt bildet das Planen von Unterrichtsreihen und -stunden sowie die Auseinandersetzung mit fachdidaktischen Konzepten. Sie sollen in die Lage versetzt werden, auf der Grundlage curricularer Vorgaben und unterrichtlicher Voraussetzungen Lernarrangements für Schülerinnen und Schüler zielgerichtet zu planen. Hierbei werden unterschiedliche Themen näher betrachtet, u.a. Formen des kooperativen Lernens, Binnendifferenzierung, der Common European Framework of Reference, (Alternative) Assessment und unterrichtliche Phasierungsmodelle.
Die Seminaranforderungen werden in der ersten Sitzung bekannt gegeben.

154314

Planung, Gestaltung und Reflexion von Englischunterricht (TPM I & II)




Mo 18:00 – 19:30

R. 0.220

Bücker

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA: 1103

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

In dieser Veranstaltung wird auf das fachspezifische Schulpraktikum vorbereitet (TPM I und II). Ein Schwerpunkt bildet das Planen von Unterrichtsreihen und -stunden sowie die Auseinandersetzung mit fachdidaktischen Konzepten. Sie sollen in die Lage versetzt werden, auf der Grundlage curricularer Vorgaben und unterrichtlicher Voraussetzungen Lernarrangements für Schülerinnen und Schüler zielgerichtet zu planen. Hierbei werden unterschiedliche Themen näher betrachtet, u.a. Formen des kooperativen Lernens, Binnendifferenzierung, der Common European Framework of Reference, (Alternative) Assessment und unterrichtliche Phasierungsmodelle.
Die Seminaranforderungen werden in der ersten Sitzung bekannt gegeben.

Im Falle weiterer Fragen kontaktieren Sie mich bitte per Email unter ||daniel.buecker@tu-dortmund.de||.




154319

Planung, Gestaltung und Reflexion von Englischunterricht (TPM I & II)




Fr 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.208

Hirschberg

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA: 1103

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

In dieser Veranstaltung wird auf das fachspezifische Schulpraktikum vorbereitet (TPM I und II). Ein Schwerpunkt bildet das Planen von Unterrichtsreihen und -stunden sowie die Auseinandersetzung mit fachdidaktischen Konzepten. Sie sollen in die Lage versetzt werden, auf der Grundlage curricularer Vorgaben und unterrichtlicher Voraussetzungen Lernarrangements für Schülerinnen und Schüler zielgerichtet zu planen. Hierbei werden unterschiedliche Themen näher betrachtet, u.a. Formen des kooperativen Lernens, Binnendifferenzierung, der Common European Framework of Reference, (Alternative) Assessment und unterrichtliche Phasierungsmodelle.
Die Seminaranforderungen werden in der ersten Sitzung bekannt gegeben.
Zusatzstudiengang Bilinguales Lernen und Lehren


154315

One Mind, Two Languages: An Introduction to Bilingualism (2 HS)




Do 16:15 – 17:45

R. 0.220

Lutzka

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602, 603

MA LA: 1102, 1102, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

Bilingualism is often rephrased as "the native-like control of two languages"; more recent approaches emphasise factors of cultural or social identity and integration, e.g. "a bilingual […] is taken to be one of themselves by the members of two different linguistic communities, at the same social and cultural level" (Thiery). In order to thoroughly study the various facets of bilingualism we will analyse this phenomenon from complimentary perspectives. In the course of the semester, we will examine how bilingualism is defined and measured, the development of bilingualism, linguistic behaviors of bilingual speakers, the psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic bases of bilingualism, the relationship between language and identity, language maintenance and language loss, and issues of education and language planning for bilinguals and society as a whole.


The work forms offered to enable students to finish the course due to their respective examination regulations are:

  • "Hausarbeit"/term paper (12-15 pages, MLA style)

  • "aktive Teilnahme" (Referat und Ausarbeitung)

  • "Klausur"/written test

  • didactic project (designing a lesson, school visit + self-critical reflection of the lesson)

Every student will have to design a teaching unit on an assigned topic.
Textbooks:

Required:

Baker, Colin. Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 4th ed. Bristol, PA: Multilingual Matters, Ltd., 2006.
Dieses Seminar kann auch im bilingualen Zusatzstudiengang für den Pflichtbereich 1 (Der theoretische Hintergrund des bilingualen Unterrichts) besucht werden.
Nähere Informationen zum Zusatzstudiengang finden Sie im iaa wiki unter:
http://www.iaawiki.tu-dortmund.de/index.php?title=Beratungsangebote.

MASTERSTUDIENGÄNGE LEHRAMT




154306

English as a Lingua Franca – Latest Research and Pedagogical Applications

(2 HS) (mit Exkursion)




Mi 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.206

Ehrenreich

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1102, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

English is now the world's major international lingua franca with an ever-growing number of non-native speakers using it for their needs in a multiplicity of contexts. A neglected field until only a few years ago, English as a lingua franca (ELF) research has now gained considerable momentum and produced a wealth of exciting insights into ELF communication with many studies also considering pedagogical implications. Interestingly, in recent ELT documents (e.g. curricula, Bildungsstandards, ELT materials) an increasing number of references to ELF can be found. Are these references always warranted by what the documents say about the teaching aims or are they just used as a modern label? This is just one of the questions we will approach in this seminar, building on insights gained from a closer look at conceptual, empirical and pedagogical ELF research.

Depending on funding, this course will include an (optional) trip to the 5th International Conference of ELF, which in 2012 has as its conference theme "Pedagogical Implications of ELF in the Expanding Circle" and will be held at Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey (May 24 to 26, 2012). For conference details see www.elf5.org.


Course requirements and details concerning the conference trip will be announced in the first session.

154307

Teaching Pronunciation (2 HS)




Di 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.205

Jansing

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

Pronunciation has been described as “the Cinderella of language teaching”, i.e. she never gets to go to the ball. This course will attempt to bring pronunciation away from the cinders. Building on a review of basic phonetic and phonological concepts, we will discuss models and objectives of pronunciation teaching. A central question throughout the seminar will be how to incorporate these concepts into practical classroom instruction. Students should be prepared to participate in pronunciation exercises both as instructors and as learners.
The requirements for credits will be announced in our first meeting. If you have any questions concerning content or organization of the seminar, don’t hesitate to contact me at ||barbara.jansing@udo.edu||.
Required Reading: Kelly, G. 2000. How to teach pronunciation. Harlow: Longman/Pearson.

Further reading materials will be made available through the EWS-Workspace for this course.





154308

Early Second Language Acquisition (2 HS)




Mi 10:15 – 11:45

R. 0.220

Strauß

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

This seminar centers around our cooperation with the bilingual kindergarten 'Kleyer Sonnenkinder e.V.' in Dortmund-Kley. Seminar participants will spend two sessions at the kindergarten exploring issues in early second language acquisition. In order to get to know the kindergarten and the children, you will ‘immerse’ yourself into kindergarten life as an English-speaking assistant teacher in the first of these two sessions. At a later stage, you will get the chance to plan and teach a mini-lesson in the kindergarten with your fellow students. This practical component will be complemented by plenary sessions on selected readings in the field of applied linguistics that are central to early second language acquisition and language teaching. We will also look at the school program of the Dortmund International Primary Schools (DIPS) and discuss how these four bilingual primary schools pursue the children’s foreign language education.
The exact requirements for credits will be announced in our first meeting.
Due to the project character of the seminar the number of participants is limited. Preference will be given to students who plan to teach at primary schools, at vocational schools (social pedagogy), or in special education. Before you register for the class, ask yourself if you are really interested in participating in the daily routine of the kindergarten and if you enjoy interacting with little children. If you do, you will get the most out of this class!



154309

Teaching Drama and Drama Techniques (2 HS)




Do 12:15 – 13:45

R. 3.208

Kane

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1102, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

This seminar will focus on the teaching of drama, the use of dialogues, skits and mimes as well as other drama techniques in the EFL classroom. Hopefully, by the end of the seminar students will be able to employ a wide range of different methods to involve learners in creative activities in the classroom. The approach taken here is a good fit with theories which emphasise communicative competence, task-based learning, TPR-style activities and learner-centredness. We will also be looking at ways of actively teaching Shakespeare and for this purpose will be concentrating on two plays – As You Like It and The Tempest. Most material will be available on the EWS platform. There will be opportunities for written examinations, papers, projects, and oral presentations.
Recommended introductions to the topic include:

Joe Winston, Second Language Learning Through Drama: Practical Techniques and Applications. London: Routledge, 2011 and/or Alan Maley and Alan Duff, Drama Techniques in Language Learning. 3rd. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.




154310

Corpus linguistics for language teachers (2 HS)




Di 14:15 – 15:45

R. 0.220

Pitzl

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 603

MA LA: 1101, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

This course offers a general and practical introduction to corpus linguistics for future teachers of English. Taking as a point of departure the two questions ‘What is a corpus?’ and ‘How are corpora relevant for language teachers?’, the course will start by familiarizing students with some basic corpus linguistic principles, such as the notions of target population, corpus balance, representativeness, and concordances. As a second step, we will have a look at some of the present debates concerning the relevance and application of corpus-based findings in ELT, discussing issues such as what constitutes ‘real’ or ’authentic’ language in the context of an English language classroom. Finally, the course will introduce you to several English language corpora, which are accessible to researchers, teachers and students of English. With teams of students becoming ‘experts’ for one corpus, we will get to know a number of available English language corpora such as the British National Corpus (BNC), the Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) and the Vienna-Oxford International Corpus of English (VOICE) and together explore ways in which you might use these corpora as additional resources for teaching English in your future careers.
Course requirements will be announced in the first session.
Depending on the availability of funding, the course may involve an optional excursion for a small group of interested students to the 10th Teaching and Language Corpora (TaLC) Conference, which takes place in Warsaw from 11th-14th July 2012.


154311

Romane im Englischunterricht (2 HS)




Do 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.208

Witsch

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602

MA LA: 1101, 1102

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

Der Einsatz von Romanen im Englischunterricht wirkt sich motivierend auf Schülerinnen und Schüler aus. Allerdings stellt das Lesen von Ganzschriften in der Zielsprache sowohl für Schülerinnen und Schüler der Sekundarstufe I als auch  der Sekundarstufe II eine Herausforderung dar.

Auf der Grundlage aktueller didaktischer und methodischer Empfehlungen soll anhand konkreter Romanbeispiele aufgezeigt und gemeinsam erarbeitet werden, wie Schülerinnen und Schüler im Umgang mit Romanen Kompetenzen entwickeln und vertiefen können.




154312

Audiovisual Media in the English Classroom (2 HS)




Fr 10:15 – 11:45

R. 3.208

Hirschberg

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602

MA LA: 1101, 1102

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 202

HRG: 202

GyGe/BK: 202

SP: 202

In this seminar, we are going to approach language learning theories with a special focus on sensory

perception, especially visual and auditory perception.

Which role does visual and auditory perception play in the process of language learning, in the institutional

requirements and for each individual learner? We are going to find ways to create diverse teaching material

that is both based on theory and actually applicable in EFL classrooms. Please only enroll for this seminar if

you are ready to look into teaching contents (different text types, auditory and visual material of any sort)



intensively and if you are ready to work actively in groups in order to develop adequate and authentic material.



154315

One Mind, Two Languages: An Introduction to Bilingualism (2 HS)




Do 16:15 – 17:45

R. 0.220

Lutzka

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 601, 602, 603

MA LA: 1102, 1102, 1104

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

Bilingualism is often rephrased as "the native-like control of two languages"; more recent approaches emphasise factors of cultural or social identity and integration, e.g. "a bilingual […] is taken to be one of themselves by the members of two different linguistic communities, at the same social and cultural level" (Thiery). In order to thoroughly study the various facets of bilingualism we will analyse this phenomenon from complimentary perspectives. In the course of the semester, we will examine how bilingualism is defined and measured, the development of bilingualism, linguistic behaviors of bilingual speakers, the psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic bases of bilingualism, the relationship between language and identity, language maintenance and language loss, and issues of education and language planning for bilinguals and society as a whole.
The work forms offered to enable students to finish the course due to their respective examination regulations are:

  • "Hausarbeit"/term paper (12-15 pages, MLA style)

  • "aktive Teilnahme" (Referat und Ausarbeitung)

  • "Klausur"/written test

  • didactic project (designing a lesson, school visit + self-critical reflection of the lesson)

Every student will have to design a teaching unit on an assigned topic.
Textbooks:

Required:



Baker, Colin. Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 4th ed. Bristol, PA: Multilingual Matters, Ltd., 2006.
Dieses Seminar kann auch im bilingualen Zusatzstudiengang für den Pflichtbereich 1 (Der theoretische Hintergrund des bilingualen Unterrichts) besucht werden.
Nähere Informationen zum Zusatzstudiengang finden Sie im iaa wiki unter:
http://www.iaawiki.tu-dortmund.de/index.php?title=Beratungsangebote.


154316

Oberseminar (2 HS)




Di 16:15 – 17:45

R. 3.206

Ehrenreich

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 2d, 4a, 4b

SP1.Fach: 2d, 4a, 4b

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge: 2d, 5a, 5b

SP2.Fach: 3a

B.A.AS:

BK: 2d, 5a, 5b




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS: PO09: 3b

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

This seminar is intended for students who are currently planning or completing their MA theses, Staatsarbeiten or doctoral dissertations in Englische Fachdidaktik / Applied Linguistics. Apart from input sessions focussing on the individual phases involved in the researching and writing of – literature-based or empirical – theses, the seminar will also provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of participants' current work-in-progress.
Course requirements will be announced in the first session.


154317

Examenskolloquium (1 K)




Do 14:15 – 15:45

(ab 10. Mai 2012)

R. 3.206

Ehrenreich

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA:

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR:

SP1.Fach:

B.A.ALK:

Gy/Ge:

SP2.Fach:

B.A.AS:

BK:




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G:

HRG:

GyGe/BK:

SP:

This course aims to help students prepare for their Modul 6 and Modul 11/LPO 2003 exams. Individual sessions will focus on topic selection, literature research and reading lists, the revision of key and specialist areas in Englischdidaktik and Applied Linguistics as well as on strategies for mastering oral and written exams (including practical mock exams). Additional information concerning the procedure (i.e. the scheduling of general sessions and sessions specifically geared towards Modul 6 or Modul 11/LPO 2003 candidates and towards oral vs written exams) will be provided in the first session on 10 May 2012. Please note that attending this first session is obligatory for all students intending to do their Modul 6 and Modul 11/LPO 2003 exams after this semester. Registration via EWS.

Britische Literaturwissenschaft
1. STUDIENPHASE


154201

Introduction to British Literary Studies (2 PS)




Mo 8:30 – 10:00

R. 3.208

Laemmerhirt

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 101

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 1a

SP1.Fach: 1a

B.A.ALK: PO09 Kern:2abc

Gy/Ge: 1a

SP2.Fach: 1a

B.A.AS: TG 5 Basis

BK: 1a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 401

HRG: 401

GyGe/BK: 401

SP: 401

Within British Literary Studies, the course introduces students to major issues of literary theory and criticism, literary history, genre poetics, textual analysis as well as academic working methods. The first part of the course will focus on thematic sessions on the various sub-disciplines in British Literary Studies including discussions of exemplary texts. The second part is organized in form of sessions with oral presentations by participants. Both the discussions in class and individual work on the term papers and oral presentations will introduce participants to a range of important works of British literature.

The presuppositions for passing the course is a successful oral presentation and writing a short term paper.
Texts discussed in the thematic sessions:

Virginia Woolf: How Should One Read a Book? (1925/32) (Reader)

Sir Philip Sidney: Excerpt from The Defence of Poesy (1595) (Reader)

W. Wordsworth & S.T. Coleridge: Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1802) (Reader)

William Shakespeare: Sonnet 73 (Reader)

Samuel Beckett: Waiting for Godot (1955)

Oscar Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891)
The texts discussed in oral presentations and term papers:

William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet

Rupert Brooke: The Soldier (1914/15) (Reader)

Siegfried Sassoon: They (1916/17); Glory of Women (1917/18) (Reader)

James Joyce: The Sisters and Eveline (Reader)

G.B. Shaw: Pygmalion (1913)

Virginia Woolf: To the Lighthouse (1927)

Ian McEwan: Enduring Love (1997)

The longer texts are recommended for purchase.

The textbooks for the course (also recommended for purchase) are:

Vera & Ansgar Nünning: An Introduction to the Study of English and American Literature. Stuttgart et al.: Ernst Klett Sprachen 2007 (2004) [ISBN 3-12-939619-5; SEA 3520/18]

Nünning, Vera und Ansgar (Hrsg.): Methoden der literatur- und kulturwissenschaftlichen Textanalyse. Stuttgart und Weimar: J.B. Metzler, 2010 [ISBN 978-3-476-02162-5]

A Reader with the shorter primary texts and selected additional secondary literature will be available a week prior to the beginning of the course (Copyshop and EWS)


Personal attendance during the first session is required to maintain the enrolment status.

The tasks will be assigned during the very first session!


154202

Introduction to British Literary Studies (2 PS)




Fr 14:15 – 15:45

R. 3.205

Osterried

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 101

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 1a

SP1.Fach: 1a

B.A.ALK: PO09 Kern:2abc

Gy/Ge: 1a

SP2.Fach: 1a

B.A.AS: TG 5 Basis

BK: 1a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 401

HRG: 401

GyGe/BK: 401

SP: 401

This course, totally redesigned, introduces students to the various facets of British Literary Studies (literary theory and history, genre poetics, textual analysis and interpretation, methodology). The course is a mixture of thematic sessions and “conference sessions” where participants are to give an oral presentation to be discussed in the plenum thereupon.

This is the reading list obligatory to all participants:


(Poetry)

William Shakespeare, Sonnet 116

Philip Sidney, Desire

William Wordsworth, To the Cuckoo

Wilfred Owen, Anthem for Doomed Youth

William Butler Yeats, An Irishman foresees his Death

Wendy Cope, Lonely Hearts

(Drama)


Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest

(Prose)


James Joyce, Eveline

Michael Cunningham, Mister Brother



Ian McEwan, The Comfort of Strangers
The longer texts in bold print are recommended for purchase. The remainder, namely the shorter texts together with some additional material, will be provided in the form of a reader available at the start of term on my wiki page or in the Copyshop.

The set textbooks for the course’s theoretical background are:


Vera & Ansgar Nünning: An Introduction to the Study of English and American Literature. Stuttgart et al.: Ernst Klett Sprachen 2007 (2004) [ISBN 3-12-939619-5; SEA 3520/18; C 24902/18; Lehrbuchsammlung: L CA 351; 2009 [ISBN 978-3-12-939619-3; C 24902/7; Lehrbuchsammlung L Ca 351; 2010 [ISBN 978-3-476-02162-5; SEI 530/2; C 26489]

Nünning, Vera und Ansgar (Hrsg.): Methoden der literatur- und kulturwissenschaftlichen Textanalyse. Stuttgart und Weimar: J.B. Metzler, 2010 [ISBN 978-3-476-02162-5; SEI 530/2; C 26489]
The presuppositions for passing the course are a successful oral presentation and delivery of the term paper (deadlines during the semester).

Personal attendance during the first session is required to maintain the enrolment status. The tasks will be assigned during the very first session already, so be there on time!


154203

Introduction to British Literary Studies (2 PS)




Blockseminar:

16.07. – 20.07.2012

jeweils von

10:00 – 13:00

14:00 – 15.30

R. 0.406

Schwarz

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 101

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 1a

SP1.Fach: 1a

B.A.ALK: PO09 Kern:2abc

Gy/Ge: 1a

SP2.Fach: 1a

B.A.AS: TG 5 Basis

BK: 1a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 401

HRG: 401

GyGe/BK: 401

SP: 401



154215

Introduction to British Literary Studies (2 PS)




Mi 08:30 – 10:00

R. 3.205

Schlensag

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 101

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 1a

SP1.Fach: 1a

B.A.ALK: PO09 Kern:2abc

Gy/Ge: 1a

SP2.Fach: 1a

B.A.AS: TG 5 Basis

BK: 1a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 401

HRG: 401

GyGe/BK: 401

SP: 401




154216

Introduction to British Literary Studies (2 PS)




Do 08:30 – 10:00

R. 3.205

Schlensag

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 101

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 1a

SP1.Fach: 1a

B.A.ALK: PO09 Kern:2abc

Gy/Ge: 1a

SP2.Fach: 1a

B.A.AS: TG 5 Basis

BK: 1a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 401

HRG: 401

GyGe/BK: 401

SP: 401




154217

Introduction to British Literary Studies (2 PS)




Do 10:15 – 11:45

R. 0.220

Osterried

Modulzu-

ordnungen:


LEHRAMTSTUDIENGÄNGE:

Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/

Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften

BA LA: 101

MA LA:

LPO 2003

GHR: 1a

SP1.Fach: 1a

B.A.ALK: PO09 Kern:2abc

Gy/Ge: 1a

SP2.Fach: 1a

B.A.AS: TG 5 Basis

BK: 1a




M.A.ALK:

LPO 1994/2000:

M.A.AS:

LABG 2009

G: 401

HRG: 401

GyGe/BK: 401

SP: 401
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