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development of a functional-notional syllabus for university German courses

Jonathan West

development of a functional-notional syllabus for university German courses

by Jonathan West

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Published by Trinity College Dublin, Centre for Language and Communication Studies in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • German language -- Study and teaching (Higher)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p.33-36.

    StatementJonathan West.
    SeriesCLCS occasional paper -- no.32, Summer 1992
    ContributionsTrinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Centre for Language and Communication Studies.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19880903M

    A Pedagogical Framework for Communicative Competence (e.g., hisses), but it does not include intonation, which we consider to be part of the basic linguistic code and thus part of linguistic competence. Paralinguistic factors add to the message and play an important role in giving it affective depth, as well as functioning as backchannel signals. jurnal related with syllabus design5/5(3).

    university foreign educational study skills informants impact of english compulsory pro tesol quarterly teacher secondary learning hours primary development subject ciency region learners taiwan national taught Post a Review You can write a book. All the German textbooks are used in first year German courses. Three of the Spanish textbooks are from first year courses while one textbook is used in second year instruction. German Textbooks Donahue, F. E. & Watzinger-Tharp, J. (). Deutsch Zusammen: A communicative course in German. USA: Simon & Schuster Custom Publishing.

    FLE Materials Adaptation and Development. Summer School Description: Continuation of FLE , enabling students to acquire skills necessary for evaluating language teaching materials in current textbooks, adapting or developing materials for language teaching. Aims of the Course: 1. To familiarize and enable students to focus on the theoretical and practical aspects of evaluating. The Course Performing German Drama at the University of Victoria: A Case Study for Bridging the Divide between Theatre History and Foreign Language Learning Through Performance. This paper presents the model for experiential, autonomous and cooperative learning developed in the course GMST Performing German Drama at the University of Victoria.


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The history, development, and content of the notional-functional "threshold-level" (T-level) syllabus and the application of its principles in the preparation of new second language instructional materials are outlined. The context for development of the syllabus by the Council of Europe was based on the need for a uniform, sequenced program of.

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