Lehrveranstaltungen WiSe 2017/2018

Global Education

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Key Issues in Global Education / Learning to Live and Study Abroad (Outgoings)

Key Issues in Global Education/Learning to Live and Study Abroad (Outgoings)

VAK Titel der Veranstaltung DozentIn
10-78-5-C2a-1 Novelas perturbadoras de crímenes
spanisch
BA; MEd;

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Do 10:30 - 12:00 GW2 B3010 (Kleiner Studierraum) (2 SWS)

Einzeltermine:
Do 18.01.18 12:00 - 13:00 GW2 B1700

Este seminario versa sobre novelas de crímenes que no recurren obligatoriamente a un detective y en las que tampoco triunfa el Estado. Después de habernos familiarizado con la modelización genérica de la novela policial clásica analizaremos novelas perturbadoras que hibridizan el género y contribuyen con ello a su desarrollo. Se trata de narraciones perturbadoras en un sentido narratológico estricto según el nuevo concepto desarrollado por mi, es decir se trata de novelas que trabajan con técnicas narrativas engañosas, enigmatizantes y paradójicas. El segundo grupo de textos recurre a modos de escritura particulares o desviantes del architexto.
Los participantes deben estar dispuestos a leer todas las novelas que tratamos en clase para poder discutir entre todos.
El programa detallado se presentará en la primera sesión, hay que inscribirse en StudIP, bajar el programa que se encuentra bajo los ficheros del curso y llevarlo a la primera sesión, en la que se distribuyen asimismo las ponencias.

Para obtener los créditos, los estudiantes del BA y del MEd y del Vertiefungsmodul del TnL tienen que presentar una ponencia en clase y elaborarla después por escrito (6 CP); la fecha de entrega del trabajo escrito es el 31.03.2018.

Recomiendo comprar las novelas que se mencionan a continuación.

Lectura preparatoria obligatoria
Olguin, Sergio
2013 La fragilidad de los cuerpos, Barcelona: Tusquets

Lectura preparatoria recomendada (las siguientes novelas se tratan asimismo en clase)

Gamerro, Carlos
2002 El secreto y las voces. Buenos Aires: Norma

Piñeiro, Claudia
2010 Betibú, Buenos Aires: Alfaguara

Rancagliolo, Santiago
2010 Tan cerca de la vida, Madrid: Alfaguara

Prof. Dr. Sabine Schlickers
10-78-5-C2b-1 Cine español actual: VIDAS CRUZADAS
spanisch
BA; MEd;TnL

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:00 - 15:30 SuUB 4330 (Studio I Medienraum ) (2 SWS)

Este seminario sobre varias películas españolas de este milenio se da en colaboración con el Instituto Cervantes Bremen y el cine City 46. Bajo el título “Vidas cruzadas: El cine en episodios” se mostrarán en este cine entre setiembre y diciembre una vez por semana a las 20.30 horas cinco películas que vamos a analizar en clase; el 5 de diciembre contaremos con la visita del director Pau Subirós a la proyección de LA PLAGA y organizaremos un encuentro con él.
La estructura narrativa de episodios remonta a la famosa película SHORT CUTS (1993) de Robert Altman, que fue traducida como VIDAS CRUZADAS. Este nuevo formato flexible, de forma opuesta a lo que sucede en la narración clásica hollywoodense, permite acercarse a la multiplicidad de personajes y a la convivencia de varias historias que toman la identidad de una historia colectiva.
En las primeras sesiones se presentará el instrumentario narratológico del análisis fílmico y se presentarán más propuestas para expandir el corpus. Los participantes deben estar dispuestos a mirar todas las películas que tratamos en clase para poder discutir entre todos.
El programa detallado se presentará en la primera sesión, hay que inscribirse en StudIP, bajar el programa que se encuentra bajo los ficheros del curso y llevarlo a la primera sesión, en la que se distribuirán asimismo las ponencias.

Para obtener los créditos, los estudiantes del BA y del MEd y del Vertiefungsmodul del TnL tienen que presentar una ponencia en clase y elaborarla después por escrito (6 CP); la fecha de entrega del trabajo escrito es el 31.03.2018.

Anmerkung für TnL Studierende: Bitte legen Sie zu Beginn des Semesters die Modulbeschreibung vor, auf deren Basis die Anforderungen an die Modulprüfung festgelegt sind. Zu erbringende Leistungen von Bachelor- bzw. Masterstudierenden unterscheiden sich in Umfang und Anforderungen an das Niveau. Das bedeutet, dass die Anforderungen an Sprachkompetenz und vor allem die Komplexität, Thema, theoretische Rahmung sowie methodische Reflexion und Fachsprachlichkeit betreffend in den Hausarbeiten unterschiedlich sind.

Prof. Dr. Sabine Schlickers
10-M82-2-PR-1 Fremdsprachenunterricht für Erwachsene unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Deutsch für Geflohene - Lerntheoretische Grundlagen, didaktische Konzeptionen, praktische Unterrichtsformen

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 12:15 - 13:45 GW2 B1632 MZH 1090 (2 SWS)

Adressaten dieses Seminars sind alle Studierenden, die an einer Basisqualifikation für eine fremdsprachliche Dozententätigkeit in der Erwachsenenbildung interessiert sind. Die Lehrveranstaltung richtet sich primär an Studierende des Master-Studiengangs Language Sciences. Insofern noch freie Plätze verfügbar sind, werden auch Studierende anderer Studiengänge zugelassen. Besonders willkommen sind Studierende, die bereits über eigene Lehrerfahrungen in der Erwachsenenbildung verfügen oder die zweisprachig aufgewachsen sind. Das Seminar geht in besonderem Maße auf Grundfragen der Vermittlung von Deutsch als Fremdsprache an Geflohene ein.
Erwerb von CPs: Durch Vorbereitung und Durchführung einer Unterrichtseinheit zur Vermittlung einer Fremdsprache mit Auswertungsgespräch können 6 CP erworben werden. In Verbindung mit dem Nachweis von Lehrtätigkeiten (z.B. in der Vermittlung von DaF an Geflohene) können entsprechend dem nachgewiesenen Umfang auch höhere Punktzahlen vergeben werden (maximal 15 CP).

Beschreibung:
Fremdsprachen werden nicht nur an Schulen gelernt und gelehrt, sondern zu einem beachtlichen Teil auch in den verschiedenen Einrichtungen der Erwachsenenbildung. Rund 1,8 Millionen TeilnehmerInnen belegen in jedem Jahr allein an den Volkshochschulen einen Fremdsprachenkurs. Hinzu kommt noch eine große Zahl von Sprachinteressierten, die an privaten Sprachschulen, im firmeninternen Fremdsprachenunterricht oder in den Bildungsangeboten von Kirchen, Verbänden und anderen nichtstaatlichen Einrichtungen wie Familienbildungsstätten, Gewerkschaften, Industrie- und Handelskammern usw. Fremdsprachen lernen.
Das Seminar möchte eine Basisqualifikation für die fremdsprachliche Dozententätigkeit in der Erwachsenenbildung vermitteln. Ausgehend von einer genauen Analyse des komplizierten Bedingungsgefüges, unter dem jede Art von Fremdsprachenunterricht stattfindet (institutionelle Rahmenbedingungen, Lernziele, kognitive und affektive Merkmale der Lerner, Vorkenntnisse und Vorerfahrungen, Prozesse innerhalb der Lerngruppen usw.) werden zunächst die Besonderheiten des Fremdsprachenunterrichts für Erwachsene herausgearbeitet. Dann werden die wichtigsten methodisch-didaktischen Handlungsoptionen der Lehrenden beschrieben und Forschungsbefunde diskutiert, die hier wissenschaftlich begründete Entscheidungen ermöglichen.
Auf dieser Grundlage sollen die TeilnehmerInnen dann für die sie interessierende Fremdsprache eigene Kurskonzepte bzw. Unterrichtseinheiten entwickeln und praktisch mit den anderen Seminarteilnehmern als Lernenden praktisch erproben.
Literatur zur Einführung:
Quetz, Jürgen / von der Handt, Gerhard (Hrsg.) (2002): Neue Sprachen lernen. Eine Einführung in den Fremdsprachenunterricht mit Erwachsenen. Gütersloh: Bertelsmann.

Prof. Dr. Hans Krings
12-23-MAUMHET-124 School systems in a comparative perspective (in English, mit Prüfungsoption) (Schwerpunkt: Zuwanderung, Flucht und Bildung) (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 2-4

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 14:00 - 16:00 SpT C4180 (2 SWS)

M.Ed. GO 1 a) / M.Ed. Grundschule
Umgang mit Heterogenität
Schwerpunkt Interkulturelle Bildung

Dr. Dita Vogel
Stwk 17/18 11.2 Interkulturelles Training - Basis
intercultural trainings

Seminar
ECTS: 3

Einzeltermine:
Fr 10.11.17 09:00 - 16:00
Sa 11.11.17 10:00 - 17:00

Interkulturelle Methoden helfen, mit unterschiedlichen Regeln, Werten und Einstellungen umzugehen, Vielfalt als Chance zu begreifen und gemeinsame Regeln des Miteinanders zu finden, aber auch an ihrer Ambiguitätstoleranz (Widersprüche und Unterschiedlichkeiten auszuhalten) zu arbeiten. Gleichzeitig erhalten sie praxisnah Handwerkszeug, um das gewonnene Wissen im eigenen studentischen- und beruflichen Kontext einzusetzen.

Es besteht die Möglichkeit sich das Training für das Interkulturelle Zertifikat anerkennen zu lassen:
www.uni-bremen.de/interkulturelles-zertifikat

Christel Fangmann
Stwk 17/18 11.2.1 Interkulturelles Training - Basis
intercultural trainings

Seminar
ECTS: 3

Einzeltermine:
Fr 12.01.18 09:00 - 16:00
Sa 13.01.18 10:00 - 17:00

Interkulturelle Methoden helfen, mit unterschiedlichen Regeln, Werten und Einstellungen umzugehen, Vielfalt als Chance zu begreifen und gemeinsame Regeln des Miteinanders zu finden, aber auch an ihrer Ambiguitätstoleranz (Widersprüche und Unterschiedlichkeiten auszuhalten) zu arbeiten. Gleichzeitig erhalten sie praxisnah Handwerkszeug, um das gewonnene Wissen im eigenen studentischen- und beruflichen Kontext einzusetzen.

Es besteht die Möglichkeit sich das Training für das Interkulturelle Zertifikat anerkennen zu lassen:
www.uni-bremen.de/interkulturelles-zertifikat

Christel Fangmann

Programmes for Exchange Students (Incomings)

Programmes for Exchange Students (Incomings)

VAK Titel der Veranstaltung DozentIn
08-27-GS-1 Urban History and Geography of Bremen and Northern Germany (in englischer Sprache)
Stadtgeschichte und -geographie von Bremen

Seminar
ECTS: 4

Termine:
wöchentlich Fr 14:00 - 16:00 GW2 B1170 (2 SWS)

Einzeltermine:
Sa 09.12.17 07:00 - 21:00 Field Trip to Lübeck and the Baltic Sea (meeting at Hauptbahnhof - time tbc)

NUR FÜR GASTSTUDIERENDE - EXCHANGE STUDENTS ONLY! Please sign up via StudIP starting September 1st.
This course is a special offer for international students who are interested in the geography and the local history of Bremen and Northwest Germany.
Content/Learning Outcome
- Students understand the historical development of cities and the processes connecting historical events and urban development
- Students understand the basic ideas of (Regional) and Urban Geography and History as a university science
- Students understand the most important historical events that shaped today’s Germany
- Students are able to give presentations about topics that they researched on their own (about an excursion destination as well as a unique city quarter of Bremen
Work Load (3 CP/ECTS equals 90 hours):
- 30 hours attendance in class
- 20 hours preparation (reading, homework tasks, preparation for exam)
- 40 hours (preparation of city quarter presentation, incl. powerpoint and 2 page handout)
Extra Credit work load (+1 CP/ECTS equals 30 hours):
- 12 hours attending field trip
- 18 hours (preparation of individual destination presentation, incl. powerpoint)

Michael Thiele
10-76-1-BA-01 Introduction to English Literatures Part I (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 14:15 - 15:45 SFG 1030 (2 SWS) Gruppe A (Dr. Jana Nittel)
wöchentlich Di 10:15 - 11:45 GW2 B2880 (2 SWS) Gruppe B (Dr. Jana Nittel)
wöchentlich Mi 10:15 - 11:45 GW2 B2880 SFG 2030 (2 SWS) Gruppe C (Dr. Jennifer Henke)
wöchentlich Mi 14:15 - 15:45 SFG 1080 Gruppe D (Dr. Jennifer Henke)

Module convener: Dr Jana Nittel (jnittel@uni-bremen.de)
Lecturers: Dr. Jennifer Henke and Dr. Jana Nittel

Introduction to English Literatures [Part 1] (3 CP)

This introductory course will attempt to offer students access to literary studies at university level and try to balance scholarly considerations with aesthetic enjoyment. It is the first part of a two-semester module, which will continue in the following Summer Term (Part II). In this first semester, we will look at the basic concepts not only of literature itself but also of the science of literary criticism /Literaturwissenschaft. As we read our primary texts, we will be able to look at questions of literary genre (poetry, drama, narrative texts) and literary history (different periods and different national contexts). In addition, we will look at current theories of literature and of course strategies of interpreting and analysing literary texts in a systematic, scholarly way, thus laying the theoretical and terminological groundwork to the study of literature, both from a methodological and a historical perspective.

The course will run as four groups. All students are required to register on Stud.IP for one of these four groups A, B, C or D by selecting the option “Participants/TeilnehmerInnen” on Stud.IP, followed by “Functions/Groups”. Please select only one group and be aware that the number of students who are permitted to sign up for each group is limited (room size) and that your registration is mandatory.

In addition, we would like to recommend the following registration for students who may wish to collect credit points for the General Studies Unit:

Digitales Lehrangebot: "Key Developments in Literary Histor(ies) and Literary Criticism in English” VAK: 10-76-6-GS-09 [General Studies: 3 CPs] Keine Präsenzveranstaltung,

Please explore the sections “Information” and “Schedule” on Stud. IP. for further details such as requirements, weekly schedule, select bibliography, reference only section in the library, modes of assessment and the exam schedule. Erasmus Exchange Students and Free Mover - please check requirements as outlined.

Module description: http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/anglistik/ba2/module.aspx

Departmental extended reading list (Literatures in English): http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/anglistik/literaturwissenschaft/default.aspx

Required reading materials (you will need a copy of these books for class):

Joyce, James. Dubliners (Italics). Ed. Margot Norris. Norton Critical Editions. New York: W. W. Norton, 2006. Print.
Miller, Arthur. Death of a Salesman (Italics). Eds. Manfred und Gunda Pütz. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1986. Print.
Nünning, Vera and Ansgar. An Introduction to the Study of English and American Literature (Italics). 2nd. Ed. Stuttgart: Klett, 2014. Print.
Pope, Rob. Studying English Literature and Language: An Introduction and Companion (Italics). Third Edition. Abingdon: Routledge, 2012. Print. (also course book for Part II)
Shakespeare, William. Hamlet (Italics). Ed. Robert S. Miola. Norton Critical Editions. New York: W. W. Norton, 2010. Print.

Availability: Copies of the texts can be purchased at the bookstore on our campus (Universitätsbuchhandlung Bremen: www.unibuch-bremen.de). In addition, you will find copies in the reference-only section on the third floor of the library building.

Requirements:
  • regular attendance, informed participation in class discussion,
  • in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material and course materials,
  • final written test at Test Center (University Boulevard)

Dr. Jana Nittel
Dr. phil. Jennifer Henke
10-76-1-BB-01 Introduction to English Linguistics 1 (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 12:15 - 13:45 SFG 1030 (2 SWS)

Einzeltermine:
Fr 10.11.17 12:00 - 14:00 SFG 1030

Linguistics is the scientific study of language and communication. It deals with all aspects of how people use language and what they must know in order to do so. The purpose of this class is to give a systematic introduction to the variety of ways in which language can be examined scientifically. Students will be introduced to and equipped with the fundamental concepts, the adequate terminology and methodology for linguistic analysis. The class will thus provide an overview of the core areas of linguistics – phonetics and phonology (the study of speech sounds), morphology (the structure of words), syntax (the structure of sentences), semantics (the study of meaning) and pragmatics (the study of meaning and language use in context). Taking a contrastive German-English perspective whenever possible, this course will also cater for the needs and interests of students who want to become teachers of English.

RECOMMENDED LITERATURE (please buy this book):
Kortmann, Bernd (2005), English Linguistics: Essentials. Berlin: Cornelsen.

ASSESSMENT

regular attendance and active participation in in-class data analysis and discussion
careful reading and preparation of assigned readings for each session
final exam

Antorlina Mandal
10-76-1-BC-01 Key Moments in the Cultural History of the English-Speaking World (in englischer Sprache)
Gruppe A

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 12:15 - 13:45 GW2 B2880 (2 SWS)

This course aims to introduce students to key moments in the social and cultural histories of English-speaking countries. In analyzing selected case studies from the Renaissance to postcolonialism we will pay particular attention to historical shifts and cultural encounters and their dynamics of difference and power. We will draw for our discussions on a wide variety of sources, such as scholarly and fictional texts, paintings, advertisements, moving pictures and photographs, and will apply a choice of theoretical and analytical concepts.

The course will run as four groups (A-B-C-D); students have to choose one of them. It is the first part of a two-semester module which will continue in the following summer semester as "Key Moments in the Linguistic History of the English-Speaking World". All reading material will be made available for download in Stud. IP.

Leistungsnachweis/Requirements:
Regular attendance and oral participation
• In-depth knowledge of the reading material
• Oral group presentation
• five very short papers

Please note that prior enrollment via Stud. IP is mandatory.

Dr. Karin Esders-Angermund
10-76-1-BC-02 Key Moments in the Cultural History of the English-Speaking World (in englischer Sprache)
Gruppe B

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Do 10:15 - 11:45 SFG 2010 (2 SWS)

This course aims to introduce students to key moments in the social and cultural histories of English-speaking countries. In analyzing selected case studies from the Renaissance to postcolonialism we will pay particular attention to historical shifts and cultural encounters and their dynamics of difference and power. We will draw for our discussions on a wide variety of sources, such as scholarly and fictional texts, paintings, advertisements, moving pictures and photographs, and will apply a choice of theoretical and analytical concepts.

The course will run as four groups (A-B-C-D); students have to choose one of them. It is the first part of a two-semester module which will continue in the following summer semester as "Key Moments in the Linguistic History of the English-Speaking World". All reading material will be made available for download in Stud. IP.

Leistungsnachweis/Requirements:
Regular attendance and oral participation
• In-depth knowledge of the reading material
• Oral group presentation
• five very short papers

Please note that prior enrollment via Stud. IP is mandatory.

Dr. Karin Esders-Angermund
10-76-1-SP1-06 University Language Skills 1f (in englischer Sprache)

Übung
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 12:15 - 13:45 SFG 2060 (2 SWS)

University Language Skills 1 (ULS 1) consists of 2 SWS per week.

ULS 1 is the first half of the SP-1 introductory module. As such, it establishes the foundation for what you will do in ULS 2 during the summer semester. To earn credit for the SP-1 module (9 CP in total), you are required to earn 60% or more on written assignments given in both ULS 1 (1000 words; 3 CP) and ULS 2 (2000 words; 6 CP) respectively.

The emphasis during ULS 1 in the winter semester is on audience focus, planning, and organising an academic essay. Primary objectives of this class include conveying how to compose texts which demonstrate even more clarity, eloquence and structure than those you could compose at the beginning of the course. Throughout, the pre-writing, editing, and revision processes will be paramount. For further detail, please consult the course description hand out.

Literature: While required hand out material will be made available via StudIP, there are three textbooks we will also work with in ULS 1. Those textbooks include Writing Academic English, What’s the Difference, and English Collocations in Use.

Please note: Interested E-SC students are required to register for this class via StudIP.

Katja Müller, M.A.
10-76-1-SP1-07 University Language Skills 1g (in englischer Sprache)

Übung
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 10:15 - 11:45 GW1 B1070 (2 SWS)

University Language Skills 1 (ULS 1) consists of 2 SWS per week.

ULS 1 is the first half of the SP-1 introductory module. As such, it establishes the foundation for what you will do in ULS 2 during the summer semester. To earn credit for the SP-1 module (9 CP in total), you are required to earn 60% or more on written assignments given in both ULS 1 (1000 words; 3 CP) and ULS 2 (2000 words; 6 CP) respectively.

The emphasis during ULS 1 in the winter semester is on audience focus, planning, and organising an academic essay. Primary objectives of this class include conveying how to compose texts which demonstrate even more clarity, eloquence and structure than those you could compose at the beginning of the course. Throughout, the pre-writing, editing, and revision processes will be paramount. For further detail, please consult the course description hand out.

Literature: While required hand out material will be made available via StudIP, there are three textbooks we will also work with in ULS 1. Those textbooks include Writing Academic English, What’s the Difference, and English Collocations in Use.

Please note: Interested E-SC students are required to register for this class via StudIP.

Anne Kirkham, M.A.
10-76-3-D1/WD1-02 Key Topics in Cultural History: Multiethnic Britain on Film (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 18:00 - 20:00 SuUB 4320 (Studio II Medienraum )
wöchentlich Mi 12:00 - 14:00 SuUB 4320 (Studio II Medienraum ) (2 SWS)

What kind of stories circulate about (im)migrants? What kind of stereotypes do these stories contest or confirm? What differences of power and position do they construct or conceal? How do these stories challenge, transform or subvert existing certainties about a 'British' (multi)cultural identity? This course aims to explore the narratives and images through which the experiences of the various communities of Caribbean, African or South-Asian descent are culturally mediated, understood, and made part of the new British national identity. Drawing on a number of films that address issues of migration, diaspora and multiculturality in contemporary Britain, we are going to discuss cinematographic representations of racism and integration, cultural identity and hybridity, of roots and routes.
This course is work-intensive: Students are required to invest much time and dedication into week-to-week preparations that include not just the viewing of films before the seminar sessions but also a high amount of reading. A list of films will be agreed upon in the first session. Joint viewing events can be set up.

Additional material will be made available in a Reader (on Stud.IP).

Requirements:
# regular attendance and active participation
# in-depth knowledge of the reading and viewing material
# a portfolio of worksheets (graded in WD-1b)
# for a grade in D-1b: an additional term paper of 8-10 pp.

Prior enrolment via Stud.IP is mandatory.

Irmgard Maassen
10-76-3-D1/WD1-03 Key Topics in Cultural History: Analyzing Hollywood Cinema (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Do 14:15 - 15:45 SuUB 4330 (Studio I Medienraum ) (2 SWS)

This course is designed to introduce students to critical scholarship on US-American film history and culture. Basic introductions to the analytical categories of race, class, gender, and sexuality will help students to analyze how films construct and limit representations of African-Americans, Native Americans, women and femininity, men and masculinity, sexuality, class struggle and class difference.
The participation in the course “Viewing film critically” Tuesdays 16:00 – 18:00 (General Studies / Schlüsselqualifikation / Global Education) is highly recommended because it offers full-length screenings of the films we will discuss in class. Otherwise you must watch the films individually; they will be made available at the beginning of the semester on a reserve shelf in the SuuB-Mediathek.
Our major textbook will be Benshoff and Griffin: America on film: Representing race, class, gender, and sexuality at the movies. (Purchase is is suggested.)
Essential readings from the textbook will be also available for download on Stud-IP. You should also consult the 'Semesterapparat' (SuUB) for further readings.
Requirements:
• regular attendance and oral participation
• in-depth knowledge of the reading material
• oral presentation and handout
Please note that prior enrollment via Stud.IP is mandatory.

Dr. Karin Esders-Angermund
10-76-3-D1/WD1-05 Key Topics in Cultural History: Transmedial and Transmedia Storytelling: The Case of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Do 12:15 - 13:45 SH D1020 (2 SWS)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) as highly prolific and technologically minded author, produced an impressive body of work including plays, romances, poetry, non-fiction, science fiction stories and historical novels, in addition to his collections of detective fiction stories featuring the most memorable and certainly best known of the epistemological detectives, Sherlock Holmes. Since his first public appearance in the A Study in Scarlet (Italics) (1887), a global audience continues to enjoy the adventures and living habits of the eccentric persona of the detective. This immense popularity was not only further spurned by the corpus of non-canonical Sherlock Holmes works and several fictional biographies, chronologies of Holmes’s life and the London of Sherlock Holmes, but most prominently by the character’s effortless shift from page to stage, to radio and to screen, in other words, the process of storytelling, canonical or non-canonical, across various media and genres, such as film, animated film, TV series, radio plays, audio books, graphic novels, cartoons, and video games, constituting the transmedial world of Sherlock Holmes. Every subsequent media shift (written to audio-visual) or retelling of the Sherlock Holmes prose narratives as filmic narratives offered its makers and producers multifarious ways of manipulating and shaping what Stephen Knight termed “the traditional image of Sherlock Holmes”: “[the]deerstalker hat, a checked Inverness cape, large curved pipe and a magnifying glass” (368).
Divided into four areas of critical inquiry (novel, feature film, TV series and graphic novel), and drawing equally on traditional as well as contemporary ideas, that have emerged in the fields of crime fiction, (post) classical and transmedial narratology, filmic and television storytelling, Transmedia Fandom and Comics studies, we will trace the transformation of our cherished key figures, discuss the effects of audience participation and explore the nature of narrative, in general, and that of the analytical detective fiction narrative, in particular (plot, character and space) in differing media and genre formats.
Since some of the participants are required to submit a research-based term paper, we will use parts of our seminar discussions to the development of topics, the formulation of a thesis statement, as well as considerations about the methodological approaches of writing such a paper.
For Non-E-SC students and academic exchange students: Please contact your lecturer if you require more than 3 credit points.
Additional secondary sources can be accessed in the "Semesterapparat", a reference only section on the third floor of the library building. A number of DVDs will be available in the “Semesterapparat” in the “Mediathek”, located on the fourth floor of the library building: http://www.suub.uni-bremen.de/standorte/zentrale/mediathek/.

Please check the “Information” section on Stud.IP. for the availability of primary sources, requirements, weekly schedule, select bibliography, module choices and modes of assessment. A reader with selected secondary text materials will be made available for download on Stud. IP.

Please note that prior enrolment via Stud.IP is mandatory. Deadline: 15 September 2017.

Assessment (Available for modules: D-1b, D-1c and WD-1b, WD-1c)
• regular attendance, informed participation in class discussion,
• in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material,
• homework assignments,
• presentation of research paper or group project,
• term paper.
The requirements as formulated above may vary depending on your overall degree program.

E-SC students - Please check the departmental website for guidelines on modules and exams: http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/anglistik/ba2/profil/studienplan.aspx

Please be familiar with the following materials:

Novel/Short Story
Doyle, Arthur C. "A Study in Scarlet”. Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Illustrated Novels. (Italics) London: Chancellor Press, 1987. 1-108. Print.
---."A Scandal in Bohemia”. Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Illustrated Short Stories. (Italics) London: Chancellor Press, 1985. 9-28. Print.

Feature Film
Sherlock Holmes (Italics) (USA, D 2009). Director: Guy Ritchie. Warner 2010. DVD.

TV Series
Elementary (Italics) – Season 1. (US, CBS 2012). Created by Robert Doherty. DVD.
Sherlock (Italics) – Season 1. (UK, BBC 2010). "A Study in Pink”, “The Blind Banker“, “The Great Game”. Created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat. DVD.

Graphic Novel
Doyle, Arthur C. A Study in Scarlet. A Sherlock Holmes Graphic Novel. (Italics) Illustrated by I.N.J. Culbard. Text adapted by Ian Edington. New York City: Sterling (Reprint Edition), 2010. Print.

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-76-3-D1/WD1-07 Key Topics in Literature: English Renaissance Drama - Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Do 10:15 - 11:45 GW1 B0100 (2 SWS)

This seminar focuses on four plays written in late sixteenth-century Renaissance England: Christopher Marlowe’s Tamburlaine the Great, Parts I and II (1586/7; pub. 1590), Ben Jonson’s The Alchemist (first performed in 1610) and William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice (1596/1598). Overall this course wishes to enable students to explore language, form, genre, and style of the individual plays, as well as to critically engage with themes, issues, and key concepts in Renaissance drama. On the way, our focus will shift from a discussion of the fundamental features of dramatic composition to issues such as the political structures of Renaissance England, gender roles and relations, love and sexuality as well as nationhood, race, colonialism and empire.

Since some of the participants are required to submit a research-based term paper, we will use parts of our seminar discussions to the development of topics, the formulation of a thesis statement, as well as considerations about the methodological approaches of writing such a paper.

For Non-E-SC students and academic exchange students: Please contact your lecturer if you require more than 3 credit points.

Please check the “Information” section on Stud.IP. for requirements, weekly schedule, select bibliography, module choices and modes of assessment. A reader with selected secondary text materials will be made available for download on Stud. IP.

Please note that prior enrolment via Stud.IP is mandatory. Deadline: 15 September 2017.

Assessment (Available for modules: D-1a, D-1b and WD-1a, WD-1b; Kulturelle Kategorien in den englischsprachigen Kulturen - M.Ed. PO 2008, NF Gy / Gesamtschule)

• regular attendance, informed participation in class discussion,
• in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material,
• homework assignments,
• presentation of research paper or individual or group project,
• term paper.
The requirements as formulated above may vary depending on your overall degree program.

E-SC students - Please check the departmental website for guidelines on modules and exams: http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/anglistik/ba2/profil/studienplan.aspx

Required reading before the first session (you need a copy of these books for class):
Jonson, Ben. The Alchemist and Other Plays: Volpone, or The Fox. Epicene, or The Silent Woman. The Alchemist. Bartholomew Fair. (Italics) Ed. Campbell, Gordon. Oxford: OUP, 2008. Print.
Marlowe, Christopher. Four Plays: Tamburlaine: Parts One and Two, The Jew of Malta, Edward II., Dr Faustus. (Italics) Ed. Gibbons, Brian. London: A&C Black Publishers Ltd., 2011. Print.
Shakespeare, William. The Merchant of Venice. (Italics)Ed. Cedric Watts. Wordsworth Classics, New Edition. Hare: Wordsworth Editions Ltd, 2000. Print.

Copies can be purchased at the bookstore on our campus (Universitätsbuchhandlung Bremen: www.unibuch-bremen.de)

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-76-3-D1/WD1-08 Key Topics in Literature: Virginia Woolf and Jeanette Winterson (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:15 - 15:45 MZH 1460 (2 SWS)

According to Bonnie Kime Scott, modernist women “actively transformed the novel to reflect their unique perceptions of everyday life […] as critics and creative writers”. This course is designed to aesthetically appreciate and to critically explore selected works by Virginia Woolf and Jeanette Winterson, two much admired and greatly celebrated British women writers using text-centred and contextual approaches. We will explore the relation of women and fiction in the first three decades of the 20th century in Woolf’s feminist literary criticism, revisit modernist and postmodernist writing strategies and discuss several gender-related aspects of the novels, which have remained highly topical, then and now.

Since some of the participants are required to submit a research-based term paper, we will use parts of our seminar discussions to the development of topics, the formulation of a thesis statement, as well as considerations about the methodological approaches of writing such a paper.

For Non-E-SC students and academic exchange students: Please contact your lecturer if you require more than 3 credit points.
Please check the “Information” section on Stud.IP. for requirements, weekly schedule, select bibliography, module choices and modes of assessment. A reader with selected secondary text materials will be made available for download on Stud. IP.

Please note that prior enrolment via Stud.IP is mandatory. Deadline: 15 September 2017.

Assessment (Available for modules: D-1a, D-1b and WD-1a, WD-1b)

• regular attendance, informed participation in class discussion,
• in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material,
• homework assignments,
• presentation of research paper or individual or group project,
• term paper.
The requirements as formulated above may vary depending on your overall degree program.

E-SC students - Please check the departmental website for guidelines on modules and exams: http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/anglistik/ba2/profil/studienplan.aspx

Required reading before the first session (you need a copy of these books for class):
Winterson, Jeanette. Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? (Italics) London: Vintage, 2012. Print.
Winterson, Jeanette. Written on the Body. (Italics) London: Vintage, 1993. Print.
Woolf, Virginia. Mrs. Dalloway. (Italics) 1925. San Diego: A Harvest Book. 1981. Print.
Woolf, Virginia. Orlando. (Italics) 1928. Ware: Wordsworth Classics, 1995. Print.
Copies can be purchased at the bookstore on our campus (Universitätsbuchhandlung Bremen: www.unibuch-bremen.de)

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-76-3-D1/WD1-10 Key Topics in Literature: The Fabric of Slavery (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:15 - 15:45 AIB 0010 (2 SWS)

This seminar will take at its focus of research and seminar discussion the play The Sugar Wife, by Elisabeth Kuti. It will permit to discuss both, the historical issue of transatlantic slavery (the interests and actors who created and sustained it, as well as the resistance against it by black and white people, enslaved and free), and the question of representation: how to write about the commodification and thingification of Black life and being.
All participants will be required to have a copy of The Sugar Wife IN HAND at semester beginning. Secondary research literature will be added to our reading list and announced on stud ip in due time. A PL can be obtained by giving an in-class presentation that has been carefully written as a 20 min. lecture beforehand (individual) and will have to be based on close reading and research of critical literature on slavery and representation. A SL can be obtained by writing two short reader reports about The Sugar Wife, one at the beginning, and one at the end of semester.

Literature:
Elisabeth Kuti, The Sugar Wife, Nick Hern Books: London, 2009.
Please check back in for listings of further reading material.

Prof. Dr. Sabine Bröck
10-76-3-D1/WD1-11 Key Topics in Literature: The American Novel Today

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Do 14:15 - 15:45 FVG M0160 SpT C3140 (2 SWS)

This seminar will be an excursion into close reading, and lots of it! we will read the novels listed below, with an eye to their narrative structure and style as well as to the ethical, social, cultural and political issues they raise. a PL may be obtained by presenting an elegantly written (beforehand!) lecture of 15 min. (longer in case of group work) about one of the novels which needs to address secondary research. An SL may be obtained by writing two session reports, one at the beginning of the course, one at its end.

required reading:
Yaa Gyasi, Homegoing
Column Mc Cann, Transatlantic
Louise Erdrich, The Round House
Michael Chabon, Moonglow
Richard Russo, Everybody's Fool
Marilynne Robinson, Lila
Karen Tei Yamashita, I Hotel
Toni Morrison, God Help the Child.
Please do check in regularly for announcement and communication.

Prof. Dr. Sabine Bröck
10-76-3-D1/WD1-12 Key Topics in Literature: The Postcolonial World in Literature and Film: New Zealand (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 18:00 - 20:00 GW2 B1410
wöchentlich Do 10:15 - 11:45 IW3 0210 (2 SWS)

This class will introduce students to New Zealand, its colonial history, postcolonial cultures, and contemporary issues with a focus on New Zealand’s Indigenous population. We will learn about the country through reading non-fiction texts, short stories, two novels and watching 4-5 feature films by Pakeha and Maori directors.

All texts except the novels will be provided electronically. Class requirements are regular attendance, in-depth knowledge of reading and viewing material, and active class discussion. Reading the texts and watching the films is mandatory. The films will be shown on four to five Tuesday evenings from 6-8 pm. You are required to purchase and read Rose Tremain The Colour and Patricia Grace Dogside Story. The Colour is available through amazon.de both new (9,99€) and through marketplace, while Dogside Story is only available through amazon marketplace with only a few copies left (allow up to 3 weeks delivery). Please note that prior enrollment via Stud.IP is mandatory.

Prof. Dr. Kerstin Knopf
10-76-3-D1/WD1-13 Key Topics in Literature: Illness Narratives (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:15 - 15:45 GW1-HS H1000 (2 SWS)

The purpose of this seminar is to introduce students to the flourishing genre of illness narratives. In recent decades, more and more literary and non-literary texts depict the experience of illness and its effects on people's lives. This course will use fictional writings as well as autobiographical accounts by actual patients, family members, or healthcare professionals to explore the physical, psychological, and emotional aspects of a patient's, doctor's, or relative's experience of such conditions as Alzheimer's, cancer, or AIDS.

In addition to an in-depth analysis and interpretation of the selected texts, we will look at illness narratives in the context of the history of medicine, medical humanities, narrative medicine, body studies, life writing, and gender theory.

Requirements:
  • regular attendance and active participation
  • in-depth knowledge of the reading material
  • presentation (and handout) and/or final paper

A detailed syllabus will be handed out in the first session.

Texts:
to be announced.

Christine Müller, M.A.
10-76-3-D1/WD1-14 Key Topics in Literature: The Postcolonial World in Literature and Film: The Caribbean" (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 10:15 - 11:45 GW1-HS H1000 (2 SWS)

Einzeltermine:
Fr 20.10.17 15:00 - 17:00 GW2 B1400 NUR Mi. - So.
Fr 12.01.18 11:15 - 12:45
Dr. Janelle Rodriques
10-76-3-D1/WD1-15 Key Topics in Literature: Critical Mixed Race Studies (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Einzeltermine:
Fr 08.12.17 10:00 - 18:00 UNICOM 3; 0. Ebene; Seminarraum 3
Sa 09.12.17 - So 10.12.17 (So, Sa) 10:00 - 18:00 GW2 B3850

For centuries, the melting pot has served as a metaphor to celebrate 'America' as a blending of peoples. At the same time, groups racialized as non- white have been systematically excluded from this discourse and, in particular, the line between 'white' and 'black' heavily policed. This seminar will investigate the myth of the melting pot and explore the ways in which US-American history, law, literature, and culture - from its beginnings - have been shaped by a fundamental anxiety over sexual and familial relations between people positioned as white and those identified as black. Moving between different media and across time, students will learn to analyze contemporary phenomena of interraciality against a historical backdrop: For instance, colonial statutes will be studied alongside laws from the twentieth century in their regulation of race, marriage and kinship. Material on a legacy of the 'one drop-rule' will serve to examine constructions of (mixed) race in Barack Obama's first presidential campaign. We will read a fictional diary from 2001 that had been legally banned because it portrayed 'miscegenation' in its parody of the classic 'Gone with the Wind' (1936) and a longstanding controversy around President Thomas Jefferson and his slave Sally Hemings will be connected to an analysis of the TV series 'Scandal'

Cedric-Akpeje Essi
10-76-3-D1/WD1-16 Key Topics in Literature: Contemporary African American Literature (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:15 - 15:45 MZH 1380/1400 (2 SWS)

Einzeltermine:
Fr 17.11.17 16:00 - 17:30 GW2 B2900

This course presents a brief overview of core texts comprising the evolving canon of Contemporary African American Literature. We will read genres ranging from fiction, poetry, drama, prison literature, and more, and engage genres such as visual albums and spoken word for their political, literary, and lyrical import.

Dr. Selamawit Terrefe
10-76-3-WD1-03 Key Topics in Linguistics: Working with audiovisual data: methods and tools for analysis (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:15 - 15:45 SFG 1040 (2 SWS)

In this course, participants are introduced to the problems and challenges of analysing empirically complex data for linguistic analysis, ranging over face-to-face conversation, multiparty discourse, gesture, proxemics (the spatial organisation of interaction), screen and page-based media, and complex audiovisual artefacts and performances such as film. Working empirically means putting together collections of data for analysis, developing coding schemes to focus on significant patterns, and annotating data so that one can find the patterns. In the course we work with some of the standard tools that assist the work of analysis and managing data, such as ELAN for audiovisual data as well as several new tools for dealing with static complex designs, such as school text books, graphic novels and so on. By attending the course, participants will learn how to collect their own data and follow empirical investigations of a broader range of materials than usually considered in corpus linguistics, applying and extending corpus linguistic methods. These methods can then be employed for participants' own BA, MA or other research work.

Prof. John Arnold Bateman, Ph.D.
10-76-6-GS-07 Research Colloquium for Post-Docs, Doctoral Students and Advanced Students (in englischer Sprache)

Colloquium

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 16:15 - 17:45 GW1 A1070 (2 SWS)

This course is designed as a colloquium for young researchers. Depending on particpants and their research topics, we will read theoretical texts suggested by the participants. Participants are invited to present their research topic, proposal, table of contents and/or written chapters and get constructive feedback in plenum discussions.

Prof. Dr. Kerstin Knopf
10-77-1-A3a-1 Introduction à l'histoire et à la civilisation française et francophone - groupe A
BA

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 18:15 - 19:45 SH D1020 (2 SWS)

Ce cours permet d'acquérir les connaissances de base nécessaires sur l’histoire et la civilisation de la France et du monde francophone. Nous allons étudier d’étudier l’histoire culturelle, sociale et politique à partir de la fin du Moyen Âge jusqu’à l'histoire contemporaine, incluant entre autres la Révolution Française, les deux guerres mondiales, l’histoire colonial et la décolonisation, et les relations franco-allemandes depuis 1945. En ce qui concerne la culture et la civilisation au sens propre, on va traiter le système éducatif, les médias et la presse écrite en particulier, les bibliothèques et centres de recherche, l’immigration et la structure social. Pour finir, nous explorons le monde francophone et la Francophonie.

Anja Titze
10-77-1-A3a-2 Introduction à l'histoire et à la civilisation française et francophone - groupe B
BA

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 08:15 - 09:45 GW2 B2880 (2 SWS)

Ce cours permet d'acquérir les connaissances de base nécessaires sur l’histoire et la civilisation de la France et du monde francophone. Nous allons étudier d’étudier l’histoire culturelle, sociale et politique à partir de la fin du Moyen Âge jusqu’à l'histoire contemporaine, incluant entre autres la Révolution Française, les deux guerres mondiales, l’histoire colonial et la décolonisation, et les relations franco-allemandes depuis 1945. En ce qui concerne la culture et la civilisation au sens propre, on va traiter le système éducatif, les médias et la presse écrite en particulier, les bibliothèques et centres de recherche, l’immigration et la structure social. Pour finir, nous explorons le monde francophone et la Francophonie.

Anja Titze
10-78-3-FD2-1 Sprachmittlung im Spanischunterricht – mediación en la clase de ELE
Reguläre Termine (wöchentlich) + Blocktermin 13. Januar 2018 und noch ein Blocktermin n.V.

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:15 - 15:45 GW2 B1405 NUR Mo. + Di. (2 SWS)

Im Seminar „Sprachmittlung im Spanischunterricht – mediación en la clase de ELE“ beschäftigen wir uns mit Sprachmittlung, eine der funktional-kommunikativen Kompetenzen bzw. Fertigkeiten. Dabei werden wir uns nicht nur aus bildungstheoretischer Perspektive, wie zum Beispiel dem Gemeinsamen europäischen Referenzrahmen (GeR), den Bildungsstandards oder dem Bremer Bildungsplan, diesem neuen Format widmen. Auch theoretische Aspekte wie etwa unterschiedliche Definitionen oder Abgrenzungsversuche zum klassischen Übersetzen sind Gegenstand des Seminars. Außerdem werden wir bestehende Aufgabenformate analysieren, bewerten und verbessern, so dass gegen Ende des Semesters eine eigene, fundierte Sprachmittlungsaufgabe kriteriengeleitet erstellt werden kann.

Dominique Panzer ((LB))
Prof. Dr. Andreas Grünewald ((Mentor))
10-78-3-FD2-2 Hör-/Sehverstehen im Fremdsprachenunterricht Spanisch
Reguläre Termine (wöchentlich) + Blocktermin 13. Januar 2018 und noch ein Blocktermin n.V.

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 16:15 - 17:45 GW2 B1400 NUR Mo. + Di. (2 SWS)

Um mit Sprechern der zu erlernenden Fremdsprache kommunizieren zu können, benötigen Schüler Hörverstehenskompetenz. Im Unterricht sind daher authentische Audiodokumente nötig, damit sich die Lerner auf spätere Kommunikation vorbereiten können. Audiovisuelle Medien bieten eine Fülle von Möglichkeiten, dieses Vorhaben im Unterricht konkret umzusetzen. Dabei bedienen sie als synchrone technische Kommunikationsmittel nicht nur die auditiven, sondern auch die visuellen Sinne der Lernenden durch Ton und Bild.
Zunächst werden wir uns mit der Frage beschäftigen, was die Kompetenz des fremdsprachlichen Hör-Seh-Verstehens umfasst. Im Anschluss daran werden konkrete Unterrichtsvorschläge präsentiert, die schülerorientiertes und autonomes Lernen fördern können. Als Abschluss sollen eigene Unterrichtsideen entwickelt und in Form von konkreten Lernaufgaben umgesetzt werden.

Christian Bäker ((LB))
10-82-1-LS2-1 Einführung in die Computerlinguistik

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 12:00 - 14:00 GW2 B2900 (2 SWS)

In this course, basic techniques and methods for using computers for processing natural language and for developing 'computationally responsible' linguistic theory and description will be introduced. Primarily suitable for those without any programming or computational background.

Prof. John Arnold Bateman, Ph.D.
10-82-1-LS2-2 Einführung in Postcolonial Language Studies / Introduction to Postcolonial Language Studies

Vorlesung
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 12:00 - 14:00 GW2 B1820 (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Di 12:00 - 14:00 Lecture

(Bilingual: Englisch / Deutsch)

Dieser Kurs bietet eine Einführung in die Postcolonial Language Studies. Wir werden uns damit beschäftigen, wie die historischen Zusammenhänge von Macht, Herrschaft und Praktiken von Imperialismus sowie Kolonialismus durch die Untersuchung von Sprache sichtbar gemacht werden können. Mit Hilfe von Beispielen und der Lektüre von theoretischen Texten werden wir beleuchten, wie innerhalb postkolonialer Strömungen versucht wird, vorherrschende Traditionen linguistischen Wissens zu hinterfragen. Darüber hinaus werden wir uns mit Methoden kritischer Studien und ihrer Anwendung auf postkoloniale Zusammenhänge in verschiedenen Teilen der Welt auseinandersetzen.

This course is an introduction to Postcolonial Language Studies. We will explore how the historical relationships of power, domination, and practices of imperialism and colonialism can be seen in the study of language. Through examples and theoretical readings we will study postcolonialism’s commitment to questioning dominant traditions of linguistic knowledge, methods in critical studies, and their application to postcolonial situations around the world.

Maria Mazzoli
10-82-1-LS3-1 Key topics in Linguistics: Grammar-based methods for textual analysis and critical reading

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 14:00 - 16:00 SFG 1040 (2 SWS)
Prof. John Arnold Bateman, Ph.D.
10-E76-3-LING-01 Key Topics in Linguistics / Language History for Teachers of English: Varieties of English in the foreign language classroom (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 14:15 - 15:45 GW2 A3390 (CIP-Labor FB 10) (2 SWS)

IMPORTANT NOTICE !!!!

This seminar is reserved for M.Ed. students in their 1st semester. It is offered in combination with a seminar in FD-3 Transfermodul Fachdidaktik "10-E76-1-FD3-01 Handlungskompetenzen (Spotlights-Projekt); Di 14:15 - 15:45" taught by Heather Haase. Students are strongly requested to register for both seminars. The two seminars build upon each other and should thus be taken together.
M.Ed. students in their 3rd semester can register for the alternative seminar in the linguistics module, i.e. "10-E76-3-LING-02 Key Topics in Linguistics for Teachers of English: Learner Corpus Research".


Das Englische als globale Lingua Franca verfügt über eine enorme Variationsbreite. Wie alle Sprachen zeigt es Variation entlang sozialer, funktionaler und regionaler Dimensionen, kommt aber darüber hinaus weit mehr als andere Sprachen in einer Vielzahl nationaler und regionaler Erscheinungsformen vor. Der traditionelle Englischunterricht orientiert sich aber noch immer nahezu ausschließlich an den beiden großen Referenzvarietäten, dem britischen und amerikanischen Englisch, wohingegen andere nationale Standardvarietäten, regionale Varietäten oder die „Postcolonial Englishes“ dagegen kaum Berücksichtigung finden.
Vor diesem Hintergrund stellt sich deshalb für die Ausbildung von EnglischlehrerInnen, die überwiegend selbst keine MuttersprachlerInnen des Englischen sind, sowie für den schulischen Englischunterricht die Frage nach der zu verwendenden Standardvarietät bzw. den -varietäten und wie diese Varietätenvielfalt (inklusive von Nicht-Standardvarietäten) in der LehrerInnenausbildung sowie später im Unterricht thematisiert werden soll. Dieses Seminar greift diese Fragestellungen explizit auf. Es werden zunächst zentrale Forschungsergebnisse zu Standard- und postkolonialen Varietäten des Englischen zusammengetragen, die für die LehrerInnenausbildung im Fach Englisch relevant und für das Verständnis der Rolle des Englischen als weltweite Lingua Franca sowie der verschiedenen Varietäten von Bedeutung sind. Anschliessend sollen existierende Lehrmaterialien für den Schulunterricht evaluiert und auf ihre Nutzbarkeit hin untersucht werden. Die daraus gewonnenen Erkenntnisse werden in Rückbezug auf gegenwärtige Bildungsstandards aufgearbeitet und nutzbar gemacht. In einer praktischen Phase werde dann Unterrichtsdesigns und Lehr- und Lernmaterialien entwickelt und in schulischen Praxisphasen in Zusammenarbeit mit einer Bremer Partnerschule erprobt. Das Seminar bietet auch die Möglichkeit, Themen für forschungsbasierte Masterarbeiten an der Schnittstelle von Sprachwissenschaft und Fremdsprachendidaktik zu entwickeln.

  • Literaturangaben

Obligatory preparatory reading for first meeting:
chapter 1 in Richards, Jack C. (2015). Key Issues in Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



  • Prüfungsleistung

Portfolio bestehend aus unterschiedlichen Teilleistungen, die im Laufe des Semesters erbracht werden.

Prof. Dr. Marcus Callies
Heather Haase
Stefanie Hehner
10-E76-3-LING-02 Key Topics in Linguistics for Teachers of English: Learner Corpus Research (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 10:15 - 11:45 GW2 A3390 (CIP-Labor FB 10) (2 SWS)

IMPORTANT NOTICE !!!

This seminar is only for M.Ed. students in their 3rd semester. Students in their 1st semester should register for the other linguistics seminar in this module, i.e. "Key Topics in Linguistics for Teachers of English: Varieties of English in the foreign language classroom".

This seminar deals with learner corpus research (LCR) as a methodological approach to the study of second language acquisition (SLA). LCR is an interdisciplinary field at the crossroads of corpus linguistics, SLA research and foreign language teaching. Learner corpora are electronically stored, systematic collections of authentic, continuous and contextualized language use (spoken or written) by foreign/second language (L2) learners. They have been used in SLA research for almost two decades and corpus-based research has contributed substantially to description of advanced interlanguages.
In this seminar, we will discuss and practice learner corpus methodology, survey key findings produced by LCR studies, and highlight the potential and practical applications of learner corpora for L2 teaching and learning.


PREPARATORY READING (can be downloaded as PDFs from the electronic course module on Stud.IP after registration)

Granger, S. (2008), Learner corpora, in Lüdeling, A. & M. Kytö (eds.), Corpus linguistics. An international handbook, vol. 1. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 259-275.
Granger, S. (2009), The contribution of learner corpora to second language acquisition and foreign language teaching: A critical evaluation, in Aijmer, K. (ed.), Corpora and Language Teaching. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 13-32.
Granger, S. (2012), How to use foreign and second language learner corpora, in Gass, S. & A. Mackey (eds.), Research Methods in Second Language Acquisition. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 7-29.


ASSESSMENT

  • regular attendance and active participation in in-class data analysis and discussion
  • careful reading and preparation of assigned readings for each session, reading assignments
  • term paper

Prof. Dr. Marcus Callies
10-M82-1-4-ME-3 Discourse analysis of information, communication and technology in teaching and learning (in englischer Sprache)
DIESE VERANSTALTUNG ENTFÄLLT!

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Fr 12:00 - 14:00 (2 SWS)

Modultyp B im Studiengang Language Sciences, M.A.
In this course we deal with several issues and debates with regard to using dynamic and digital media for teaching and learning. In particular, we will focus on how different subjects of science and humanities benefit from multimedia materials in different and similar ways. We will start this course with how to analyse information representation and instruction strategies. We will then examine to what degree affordances of media technologies influence the teaching and learning processes in different subjects, when these technologies are employed in the teaching materials.

N. N.
10-M82-1-4-ME-4 Communication Design
DIESE VERANSTALTUNG ENTFÄLLT!

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Fr 16:00 - 18:00 (2 SWS)

Modultyp B im Studiengang Language Sciences, M.A.
In this course, we will work on the functional and cognitive principles of intermedial designs for fulfilling specific communication purposes. We will first go through theories of communication from different theoretical perspectives including semiotics, pragmatics, cognition, social-cultural and ideological perspectives, and then we will explore how to integrate the knowledge from these disciplines at different levels. The participants will collect materials of dynamic visual materials, such as TV commercials, documentary films, educational videos, online interactive media, etc. and analyse how specific communicative purposes are achieved drawing on the analytical approaches introduced in the course.

N. N.
10-M82-2-PR-1 Fremdsprachenunterricht für Erwachsene unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Deutsch für Geflohene - Lerntheoretische Grundlagen, didaktische Konzeptionen, praktische Unterrichtsformen

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 12:15 - 13:45 GW2 B1632 MZH 1090 (2 SWS)

Adressaten dieses Seminars sind alle Studierenden, die an einer Basisqualifikation für eine fremdsprachliche Dozententätigkeit in der Erwachsenenbildung interessiert sind. Die Lehrveranstaltung richtet sich primär an Studierende des Master-Studiengangs Language Sciences. Insofern noch freie Plätze verfügbar sind, werden auch Studierende anderer Studiengänge zugelassen. Besonders willkommen sind Studierende, die bereits über eigene Lehrerfahrungen in der Erwachsenenbildung verfügen oder die zweisprachig aufgewachsen sind. Das Seminar geht in besonderem Maße auf Grundfragen der Vermittlung von Deutsch als Fremdsprache an Geflohene ein.
Erwerb von CPs: Durch Vorbereitung und Durchführung einer Unterrichtseinheit zur Vermittlung einer Fremdsprache mit Auswertungsgespräch können 6 CP erworben werden. In Verbindung mit dem Nachweis von Lehrtätigkeiten (z.B. in der Vermittlung von DaF an Geflohene) können entsprechend dem nachgewiesenen Umfang auch höhere Punktzahlen vergeben werden (maximal 15 CP).

Beschreibung:
Fremdsprachen werden nicht nur an Schulen gelernt und gelehrt, sondern zu einem beachtlichen Teil auch in den verschiedenen Einrichtungen der Erwachsenenbildung. Rund 1,8 Millionen TeilnehmerInnen belegen in jedem Jahr allein an den Volkshochschulen einen Fremdsprachenkurs. Hinzu kommt noch eine große Zahl von Sprachinteressierten, die an privaten Sprachschulen, im firmeninternen Fremdsprachenunterricht oder in den Bildungsangeboten von Kirchen, Verbänden und anderen nichtstaatlichen Einrichtungen wie Familienbildungsstätten, Gewerkschaften, Industrie- und Handelskammern usw. Fremdsprachen lernen.
Das Seminar möchte eine Basisqualifikation für die fremdsprachliche Dozententätigkeit in der Erwachsenenbildung vermitteln. Ausgehend von einer genauen Analyse des komplizierten Bedingungsgefüges, unter dem jede Art von Fremdsprachenunterricht stattfindet (institutionelle Rahmenbedingungen, Lernziele, kognitive und affektive Merkmale der Lerner, Vorkenntnisse und Vorerfahrungen, Prozesse innerhalb der Lerngruppen usw.) werden zunächst die Besonderheiten des Fremdsprachenunterrichts für Erwachsene herausgearbeitet. Dann werden die wichtigsten methodisch-didaktischen Handlungsoptionen der Lehrenden beschrieben und Forschungsbefunde diskutiert, die hier wissenschaftlich begründete Entscheidungen ermöglichen.
Auf dieser Grundlage sollen die TeilnehmerInnen dann für die sie interessierende Fremdsprache eigene Kurskonzepte bzw. Unterrichtseinheiten entwickeln und praktisch mit den anderen Seminarteilnehmern als Lernenden praktisch erproben.
Literatur zur Einführung:
Quetz, Jürgen / von der Handt, Gerhard (Hrsg.) (2002): Neue Sprachen lernen. Eine Einführung in den Fremdsprachenunterricht mit Erwachsenen. Gütersloh: Bertelsmann.

Prof. Dr. Hans Krings
10-M83-1-PRAI-S-1 Understanding and Using English Grammar (in englischer Sprache)

Übung
ECTS: 3

Einzeltermine:
Mo 19.03.18 09:00 - 12:30 GW2 B2880
Di 20.03.18 09:00 - 11:45 GW2 B2880
Do 22.03.18 09:00 - 12:30 GW2 B2880
Fr 23.03.18 09:00 - 11:45 GW2 B2880

This intensive class is designed for advanced learners who wish to refresh or develop their understanding and confidence in applying basic English grammar skills. The sessions shall focus primarily on the material dealt with in the Understanding and Using English Grammar (4th Edition) textbook. While the material introduced shall be conveyed in a participatory lecture format, please anticipate regular interactive activities.

Tip: Albeit designed as remedial in nature, in addition, this TnL class will ideally provide those studying to become an English teacher with inspiration for how to raise grammatical awareness and render teaching and learning English grammar a gratifying experience.

N. N.
10-M83-1-The-2 Textual and Media Dimensions of transculturality (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 16:15 - 17:45 SFG 1020 (2 SWS)

This class will introduce students to the field of transcultural and postcolonial studies and will lay the basis for classes with topics relating to transcultural and postcolonial phenomena, literatures, films, and media. Through a rather dense reading program and some documentary films and webcasts we will learn about colonial histories, neocolonial relations in the globalized world, and key concepts in Postcolonial Studies, such as alterity, hybridity, transculturality, manicheanism, dichotomy, colonial discourse, colonized mind, creolization, hegemony, exoticism, orientalism, essentialism, and syncretism. We will read the writings of the foremost thinkers of postcolonial and transcultural theories, including Frantz Fanon, Edouard Glissant, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Stuart Hall, Homi Bhabha, Walter Mignolo, Edward Said, Wolfgang Welsh, Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin.
The class will be held in English. All texts will be provided electronically or through Stud IP. Requirements are regular attendance, participation in discussions, and in-depth knowledge of reading materials. Please note that prior enrollment via Stud.IP is mandatory.

Prof. Dr. Kerstin Knopf
10-M83-2-P1-1 On Narrative (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 16:00 - 18:00 AIB 0010 (2 SWS)

In this seminar, we will be concerned with crucial questions of narrative, and the representational acts of narration in historical fiction. basic knowledge of narratologically described elements of fiction will be taken for granted (as in plot, setting, character, point of view, time sequentialisation, narrative voice, language and style, writer, author and reader).
looking more closely at historical fiction , we will discuss the issues arising from the observation, made by a number of theorists like hayden white, that knowledge of history appears to us in narrative form, in the first place. what happens, then, if 'history' becomes re-narrativized, re-presented in a novel?
We will read three - rather different - novels which address - each in transnational settings - historical events and contexts.

Michael Ondaatje, Anil's Ghost, 2000
Anne Michaels, Fugitive Pieces, 1996
Rachel Kushner, Telex from Cuba, 2008.


Critical Reading:

First we will carefully study the book: Alan Munslow, Narrative and History, Palgrave 2007, which is really the most enlightening introduction to this field of concerns. It is available as e-book., at a very reasonable price. Please make sure you have this book, print or e-reader, in front of you when you come to class.

Please make sure you also obtain a copy of Linda Hutcheon, A Poetics of Postmodernism. History. Theory. Fiction. Routledge 1988 for the semester. See schedules in stud ip. We will be particularly interested in the chapter "Historiographic Metafiction: The Pastime of Past Time". (see by way of preparation: http://www.eng.fju.edu.tw/Literary_Criticism/postmodernism/Hutcheon_outline.html

Prof. Dr. Sabine Bröck
10-M83-2-P3-2 Simultaneität im Film

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:00 - 16:00 GW1 C1070

Einzeltermine:
Do 26.10.17 12:00 - 14:00 SFG 2010

Seminarkommentar: Simultaneität im Film
Für die Darstellung von Simultaneität gibt es neuerdings im Bereich des Films komplexe Formen der Narration, die Gleichzeitigkeit evozieren wollen. Gemeint sind damit Filme wie BABEL (USA/MEXIKO 2006), 8 BLICKWINKEL (USA 2007) oder LOLA RENNT (BRD 1998), in denen simultane Verkettung, komplementäre Varianten oder alternative Verläufe von Handlungen in der Rezeption den Ein-druck der Simultaneität erzeugen. Die damit verbundene Pluralisierung der Per-spektiven scheint dabei mit der Pluralisierung in vielen Bereichen der Lebens-welt, die wiederum mit zunehmender Mediatisierung bzw. Digitalisierung verbunden ist, zu korrespondieren. Neben der Beantwortung der Frage, welche ästhetischen Mittel zur Erzeugung des Perzepts der Simultaneität dienen, soll im geplanten Seminar auch diskutiert werden, wie eine veränderte Vorstellung des Erlebens von Zeit ‒ vor allem die damit verbundenen Geltungsanspüche der Veridikalität ‒ unsere Auffassung von Wirklichkeit in Frage stellt.
Ein Seminarplan + Literaturliste inkl. Filmografie wird 2 Wochen vor Beginn des Seminars auf Stud.IP bekannt gegeben.

Dr. André Steiner ((LB))
10-M83-3-V-1 Travel Writing: Text, Context, Criticism (in englischer Sprache)
(für BA E-SC PO 2011 - Key Topics in Literature)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 16:15 - 17:45 SH D1020 (2 SWS)

Travel writing is an increasingly popular genre in terms of text production and commercial success, encompassing a fascinating diversity of literary forms, modes and itineraries which negate a forthright definition of the genre. As a repository for factual and fictional accounts of mobility and cross-cultural exchange, however, it has long been underestimated for its potential to contribute to a broad range of cultural, political and historical debates that seek to reassess the role of travel writing as a "vehicle for geographic, ethnographic and sociological knowledge." (Thompson 4). This course is designed to introduce students to the comprehensive history of this dynamic and complex genre within the socio-cultural framework of the English-speaking world. We will trace recurrent literary conventions, themes, motifs, functions and concerns in historical and contemporary travel narratives in English by various key contributors and engage with textual and contextual approaches in our reading of travel writing as a transnational genre.

Since some of the participants are required to submit a research-based term paper, we will use parts of our seminar discussions to the development of topics, the formulation of a thesis statement, as well as considerations about the methodological approaches of writing such a paper.

For Non-E-SC students and academic exchange students: Please contact your lecturer if you require more than 3 credit points.
Please check the “Information” section on Stud.IP. for requirements, weekly schedule, select bibliography, module choices and modes of assessment. A reader with selected secondary text materials will be made available for download on Stud. IP.

Please note that prior enrolment via Stud.IP is mandatory. Deadline: 15 September 2017.

Assessment (available for modules: MA TNL Profilmodul I: Literatur, MA TnL Vertiefungsmodul, D1a / D1b; WD1a / WD1b)
• regular attendance, informed participation in class discussion,
• in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material,
• homework assignments,
• presentation of research paper or individual or group project,
• term paper.
The requirements as formulated above may vary depending on your overall degree program.

MA TnL module: http://www.master-transnationale-literaturwissenschaft.uni-bremen.de/studium/modulbeschreibungen/
E-SC students - Please check the departmental website for guidelines on modules and exams: http://www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/anglistik/ba2/profil/studienplan.aspx

Required reading before the first session (you need a copy for class):
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley. The Turkish Embassy Letters. (Italics) 1994. London: Virago, 2009. Print.
Thompson, Carl. Travel Writing. (Italics) London: Routledge, 2011. Print.
Twain, Mark. The Innocents abroad. (Italics) London: Signet Classics, 2007. Print.
Copies can be purchased at the bookstore on our campus (Universitätsbuchhandlung Bremen: www.unibuch-bremen.de)

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-M83-3-V-2 Key Topics in Cultural History: Gender - Culture - Feminism (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 16:15 - 17:45 GW2 B2900 GW2 A3570 (FB 10 Besprechungsraum) (2 SWS)

This is course is a mixture between a lecture course and a regular class. Scholars and teachers both from FB 10 and from other universities will deliver lectures on various aspects of our general topic initiating a transdisciplinary discourse on "Gender - Culture - Feminism". In the sessions between the lectures we will discuss corresponding texts and resources to prepare ourselves for the diverse subject matters of the presentations and to critically reflect on their respective ideas and arguments.

Please note that some of the lectures will be in German.
Essential readings will be available for download on Stud-IP. You should also consult the 'Semesterapparat' (SuUB) for further readings.
Requirements:
• regular attendance and oral participation
• in-depth knowledge of the reading material
• oral presentation and handout
Please note that prior enrollment via Stud.IP is mandatory.

Dr. Karin Esders-Angermund
12-23-MAUMHET-124 School systems in a comparative perspective (in English, mit Prüfungsoption) (Schwerpunkt: Zuwanderung, Flucht und Bildung) (in englischer Sprache)

Seminar
ECTS: 2-4

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 14:00 - 16:00 SpT C4180 (2 SWS)

M.Ed. GO 1 a) / M.Ed. Grundschule
Umgang mit Heterogenität
Schwerpunkt Interkulturelle Bildung

Dr. Dita Vogel
FZHB 6000 Intensive German Course for New Exchange Students (Complete Beginners) (A1.1)
Eingangsniveau: Anfänger (Complete Beginners)

Blockveranstaltung
ECTS: 6

Einzeltermine:
Mo 25.09.17 - Fr 29.09.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4290 (FZHB )
Mo 02.10.17 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4290 (FZHB )
Mi 04.10.17 - Fr 06.10.17 (Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4290 (FZHB )
Mo 09.10.17 - Fr 13.10.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4290 (FZHB )


N. N.
FZHB 6001 Intensive German Course for New Exchange Students (Complete Beginners) (A1.1)
Eingangsniveau: Anfänger (Complete Beginners)

Blockveranstaltung
ECTS: 6

Einzeltermine:
Mo 25.09.17 - Fr 29.09.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW 2 A 4320
Mo 02.10.17 14:00 - 18:15 GW 2 A 4320
Mi 04.10.17 - Fr 06.10.17 (Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 18:15 GW 2 A 4320
Mo 09.10.17 - Fr 13.10.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW 2 A 4320


N. N.
FZHB 6002 Intensive German Course for New Exchange Students (A2.1)
Eingangsniveau: A1

Blockveranstaltung
ECTS: 6

Einzeltermine:
Mo 25.09.17 - Fr 29.09.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4190 (FZHB)
Mo 02.10.17 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4190 (FZHB)
Mi 04.10.17 - Fr 06.10.17 (Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4190 (FZHB)
Mo 09.10.17 - Fr 13.10.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4190 (FZHB)


N. N.
FZHB 6003 Intensive German Course for New Exchange Students (A2.2)
Eingangsniveau: A2.1

Blockveranstaltung
ECTS: 6

Einzeltermine:
Mo 25.09.17 - Fr 29.09.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4270 (CIP-Raum FZHB)
Mo 02.10.17 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4270 (CIP-Raum FZHB)
Mi 04.10.17 - Fr 06.10.17 (Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4270 (CIP-Raum FZHB)
Mo 09.10.17 - Fr 13.10.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4270 (CIP-Raum FZHB)


N. N.
FZHB 6004 Intensive German Course for New Exchange Students (B1.1)
Eingangsniveau: A2.2

Blockveranstaltung
ECTS: 6

Einzeltermine:
Mo 25.09.17 - Fr 29.09.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4170 (CIP-Raum FZHB)
Mo 02.10.17 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4170 (CIP-Raum FZHB)
Mi 04.10.17 - Fr 06.10.17 (Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4170 (CIP-Raum FZHB)
Mo 09.10.17 - Fr 13.10.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4170 (CIP-Raum FZHB)


N. N.
FZHB 6005 Intensive German Course for New Exchange Students (B1.2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.1

Blockveranstaltung
ECTS: 6

Einzeltermine:
Mo 25.09.17 - Fr 29.09.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW 2 A4350
Mo 02.10.17 14:00 - 18:15 GW 2 A4350
Mi 04.10.17 - Fr 06.10.17 (Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 18:15 GW 2 A4350
Mo 09.10.17 - Fr 13.10.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW 2 A4350


N. N.
FZHB 6006 Intensive German Course for New Exchange Students (B2.1)
Eingangsniveau: B1.2

Blockveranstaltung
ECTS: 6

Einzeltermine:
Mo 25.09.17 - Fr 29.09.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4240 (FZHB)
Mo 02.10.17 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4240 (FZHB)
Mi 04.10.17 - Fr 06.10.17 (Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 18:15 GW2 A4240 (FZHB)
Mo 09.10.17 - Fr 13.10.17 (Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr) 14:00 - 17:30 GW2 A4240 (FZHB)


N. N.
FZHB 6008 German - Complete Beginners (A1.1)
Eingangsniveau: Anfänger

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Mi 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6009 German - Complete Beginners (A1.1)
Eingangsniveau: Anfänger

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Mi 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6010 Deutsch (A1.2)
German (A1.2)
Eingangsniveau: A1.1

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 16:00 - 17:45 (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Mi 16:00 - 17:45 (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6011 Deutsch (A1.2)
German (A1.2)
Eingangsniveau: A1.1

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4190 (FZHB) (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Mi 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4190 (FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6012 Deutsch (A2.1)
German (A2.1)
Eingangsniveau: A1.2

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Do 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6013 Deutsch (A2.1)
German (A2.1)
Eingangsniveau: A1.2

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 16:00 - 17:45 (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Mi 16:00 - 17:45 (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6014 Deutsch (A2.2)
German (A2.2)
Eingangsniveau: A2.1

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4240 (FZHB) (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Do 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4240 (FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6015 Deutsch (A2.2)
German (A2.2)
Eingangsniveau: A2.1

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4240 (FZHB) (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Mi 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4240 (FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6016 Deutsch (B1.1)
German (B1.1)
Eingangsniveau: A2.2

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:00 - 18:00 (4 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6017 Deutsch (B1.1)
German (B1.1)
Eingangsniveau: A2.2

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 14:00 - 15:45 (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Fr 14:00 - 15:45 (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6018 Deutsch (B1.2)
German (B1.2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.1

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 16:00 - 17:45 (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Mi 16:00 - 17:45 (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6019 Deutsch (B1.2)
German (B1.2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.1

Kurs
ECTS: 6

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)
wöchentlich Do 18:15 - 20:00 GW2 A4290 (FZHB ) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6020 Deutsch - Sprechen und Strukturen (B1.2)
German - Talking and Structures (B1.2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.1

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Fr 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4240 (FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6021 Deutsch - Sprechen und Strukturen (B1.2)
German - Talking and Structures (B1.2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.1

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Fr 14:00 - 15:45 GW2 A4190 (FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6022 Deutsch - Gespräch und Diskussion (B2)
German - Conversation and Discussion (B2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.2

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Fr 16:00 - 17:45 GW2 A4190 (FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6023 Deutsch - Gespräch und Diskussion (B2)
German - Conversation and Discussion (B2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.2

Kurs
ECTS: 3


N. N.
FZHB 6024 Deutsch - Schreiben und Textgrammatik (B2)
German - Writing and Grammar (B2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.2

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 14:00 - 15:45 (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6025 Deutsch - Hören und Schreiben (B2)
German - Listening and Writing (B2)
Eingangsniveau: B1.2

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 14:00 - 15:45 (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6026 Deutsch - Texte, Strukturen und Schreibtraining (C1)
German - Texts, Structures and Writing Practice (C1)
Eingangsniveau: B2

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Mi 18:00 - 19:45 GW2 A4270 (CIP-Raum FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6027 Deutsch - Vortrag und Präsentation (C1)
German - Lecture and Presentation (C1)
Eingangsniveau: B2

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Di 18:00 - 19:45 GW2 A4190 (FZHB) (2 SWS)


N. N.
FZHB 6028 Deutsch - Gesprächstraining (C1)
German - Talk Training (C1)
Eingangsniveau: B2

Kurs
ECTS: 3

Termine:
wöchentlich Mo 16:15 - 18:00 (2 SWS)


N. N.

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