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Full Title: 2nd GAL Congress: Applied Linguistics in Teaching - Teaching Applied Linguistics

      
Short Title: GAL 2014
Location: Marburg, Germany
Start Date: 16-Sep-2014 - 19-Sep-2014
Contact: GAL 2014 Congress Office
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting URL: http://www.gal2014.de
Meeting Description: Applied Linguistics in Teaching - Teaching Applied Linguistics

The German Association for Applied Linguistics (GAL e.V.) and the Philipps University Marburg invite you to the 2nd GAL congress between September 16-19, 2014, in Marburg, Germany.

For a considerable time now applied linguistics has been making great contributions to teaching and learning processes in the context of various public and institutional domains. At the same time, applied linguistics has continued to be taught as an academic discipline in higher education. With the motto “Applied Linguistics in Teaching – Teaching Applied Linguistics” the GAL Congress 2014 would like to shed light on this field from both perspectives, namely 1) applied linguistics as a pillar of academically informed language and communication education and 2) as a subject to be taught and studied in its own right.

Plenary Speakers:

Claus Gnutzmann (Braunschweig)
David Crystal (Bangor)
Christian Mair (Freiburg)
Anke Lüdeling (Berlin)

The following symposia will be offered at the GAL Congress 2014:

1. Linguistisches Wissen in Schule und Universität: Lehre und Theoriebildung
(Elke Grundler, Frauke Intemann, Saskia Kersten)

2. Kognitive Linguistik im Sprachunterricht
(Susanne Niemeier, Juliana Goschler)

3. Linguistik und Rhetorik in Kommunikationstrainings
(Marcel Dräger, Marita Pabst-Weinschenk)

4. Begründen – Erklären – Argumentieren. Konzepte und Modellierungen in der Angewandten Linguistik (mit Fokus Schulsprache und schulische Interaktion)
(Eva L. Wyss, Iris Meißner, Holger Schmidt)

5. Linguistische Perspektiven auf das Schulbuch als Lehr- und Lernmedium – von Comenius bis heute
(Tobias Heinz, Jana Kiesendahl, Christine Ott)

6. Sprachliche Vielfalt in Deutschlehrbüchern: Sprachdidaktische Ressourcen in der superdiversen Gesellschaft
(Jannis Androutsopoulos, Jana Tereick)

7. DaZ in der Lehrerbildung
(Peter Rosenberg, Christoph Schroeder)

8. Mehrsprachigkeit in Forschung und Lehre – Gegenstand, Daten, Methoden
Bernt Ahrenholz, Kristin Bührig, Patrick Grommes, Stephan Schlickau

9. Bildungssprache und intertextuelle Kompetenzen – Erwerb und Förderung in Schule und Hochschule
(Helmuth Feilke, Kathrin Lehnen, Martin Steinseifer)

10. Assessing and Developing Writing Skills
(Susanne Göpferich, Imke Neumann, Carmen Neis, Leonie Wiemeyer)

11. Barrierefreie Sprache in der digitalen Kommunikation für Öffentlichkeit, Institutionen und Unternehmen
(Susanne Jekat, Heike Jüngst, Klaus Schubert, Claudia Villiger)

12. Posting, poking and tweeting in and outside the classroom? The potential of social media for language learning
(Kris Van de Poel, Christian Ludwig)
Linguistic Subfield: Applied Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics; Sociolinguistics
LL Issue: 25.695


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