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Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language

In the summer term, we cordially invite you to five workshops/talks included in our workshop series "Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language". We kindly ask you to register for these workshops in advance via email to [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.]


Close Reading from a Distance: Fremdverstehen and the Teaching of Nigerian Fiction
Tuesday, 29 October 2019 - 18.00 (s.t.) - 19.30 - IAAK Übungsraum E
Lecturer: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Roman Bartosch & Dr. Elizabeth Gilbert (Köln)

Singer-Songwriters - Music and Poetry in Language

Wednesday, 13 November 2019 - 18.00 (s.t.) - 19.30 - IAAK Room 2.015

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Engelbert Thaler (Augsburg)

To Operate between Cultures and Languages: Transnational Films in Foreign Language Classes
Monday, 25 November 2019 - 18.00 (s.t.) - 19.30 - IAAK Room 2.015
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Gabriele Blell (Hannover)

Poetry to perform - Poetry in the intermediate Classroom
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 - 18.00 (s.t.) - 19.30 - IAAK Übungsraum E
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Mechthild Hesse (Freiburg)

Komplexe Aufgaben und fachliche Genres im Bilingualen Unterricht
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 - 18.00 (s.t.) - 19.30 - IAAK Übungsraum A
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hallet (Gießen)

Past Events

Past Conferences and Workshops

Reading and Teaching Nigeria in the EFL Classroom (February 7, 2019)

Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Sule Emmanuel Egya (Lapai) & Jun.-Prof. Dr. Annika McPherson and Johanna Pundt, M.A. M.Ed. (Augsburg)

On February 7, 2019, Prof. Dr. Schmidt-Haberkamp and Daniel Schönbauer organized a conference for teaching degree students and teachers on the newly introduced topic for EFL classes in North Rhine-Westphalia "Voices from the African Continent: Focus on Nigeria". The conference aimed at opening up perspectives of how to plan and design teaching units on this topic. The conference included one lecture to Nigerian literature and culture by Prof. Dr. Sule Emmanuel Egya (Lapai) and an introductory talk by Prof. Dr. Annika McPherson (Augsburg) of how to implement the topic in EFL contexts. Finally, an intense close-reading workshop by Prof. Dr. Annika McPherson & MA, MEd Johanna Pundt (Augsburg) on selected literary examples concluded the conference.


Current Issues in Teaching India (November 13, 2018)

Organized by Prof. Dr. Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp & MEd Daniel Schönbauer

Lecturers: Pavan Malreddy (Frankfurt a.M.) & Oliver von Knebel-Doeberitz (Leipzig)

On November 13, 2018, Prof. Dr. Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp and Daniel Schönbauer organized a workshop for teaching degree students and teachers on "Current Issues in Teaching India". The workshop aimed at interconnecting current research in Indian literature and culture with recent trends in EFL literary teaching and learning. The workshop included two interactive talks by Dr. Pavan Malreddy (literary & cultural studies) and Prof. Dr. Oliver von Knebel-Doeberitz (TELF), who opened up new perspectives of how to approach the formerly 'Jewel in the Crown' in terms of intercultural education.


Perspektiven des Bilingualen Sachfachunterrichts (October 6, 2018)

Organized by Fachschaft Lehramt & MEd Daniel Schönbauer

Lecturers: Dr. Julian Sudhoff (Duisburg-Essen) & Colette Granvillano (Niederkassel) & Britta Oliver (Altenforst)

On October 6, 2018 the Fachschaft Lehramt and Daniel Schönbauer organized a workshop for teaching degree students interested in questions related to content and language integrated learning (CLIL). The workshop included an introductory talk by Dr. Julian Sudhoff, in which he sketched the major principles of CLIL and opened up perspectives of how to interconnect these to questions of intercultural learning. Following this talk, participants worked in two parallel workshop (one focussing on history and one on geography), in which they had a look at existing teaching materials, critically engaged with them and developed CLIL units themselves. To make it short: Participants agreed that the workshop was a fruitful starting point for a further consideration of CLIL related questions not only in their further studies but also their future career as foreign language teachers.

Past Presentations and Talks

Fachdidaktisch-Bildungswissenschaftliches Kolloquium (July 10, 2019)

On 10 July 2019, Svenja Harzem gave a talk about "Contemporary Anglophone Canadian Short Fiction in the EFL Classroom" in the Fachdidaktisch-Bildungswissenschaftliches Kolloquium organized by the BZL.


Voices from the African Continent: Nigeria in the EFL Classroom (March, April and May 2019)

In March, April and May 2019, Daniel Schönbauer gave talks about the implementation of Nigeria as a new postcolonial reference culture in North-Rhine-Westphalia. These talks were given at schools (in Brühl and Lechenich) as well as at publishing houses (Westermann Verlag).


Fachdidaktisch-Bildungswissenschaftliches Kolloquium (May 9, 2018)

On 9 May 2018, Daniel Schönbauer gives a talk about "Reading and Teaching Caribbean Diasporic Experiences in the EFL Classroom" in the Fachdidaktisch-Bildungswissenschaftliches Kolloquium organized by the BZL. 


Nationalism and the Postcolonial (GAPS Conference, May 10, 2018)

On May 10, 2018, Daniel Schönbauer gives a talk about "Reading and Teaching Anglophone Caribbean Diasporic Experiences in the EFL Classroom" at the conference of Anglophone Postcolonial Studies (GAPS) in Mainz. 


Fachdidaktisch-Bildungswissenschaftliches Kolloquium (May 9, 2018)

On 9 May 2018, Daniel Schönbauer gives a talk about "Reading and Teaching Caribbean Diasporic Experiences in the EFL Classroom" in the Fachdidaktisch-Bildungswissenschaftliches Kolloquium organized by the BZL. 


Teachers' Workshop "Teaching Poverty and Precarity " (GAPS Conference, May 26, 2017)

From May 25th - 27th, 2017, the Association of Anglophone Postcolonial Studies (GAPS) held its annual conference in Bonn. The topic of this year's conference was "Poverty and Precarity in a Postoclonial World". On Friday (May 26th, 2017), the conference offered a teachers' workshop on "Teaching Poverty and Precarity", which provides perspectives how this topic can be implemented in EFL teaching and learning. Contributions also included a paper given by Bianca Göbler and Daniel Schönbauer.

Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (2016-)

Since 2016, the workshop series Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language has replaced the lecture series. The following workshops have taken place.

Sommersemester 2019

  • 15. April 2019 (18.00-19.30, Konferenzzimmer): Ein Erfahrungsbericht aus dem Referendariat am ZfsL Köln oder: warum Organisation das halbe Leben ist. (MEd Bernadette von Tongelen, StRef', Köln/Brühl)
  • 25. April 2019 (18.00-19.30, Hörsaal III): Taking a Stance?! Fostering Democratic Education through Political Young Adult Dystopia. (Prof. Dr. Frauke Matz, Münster)
  • 22. Mai 2019 (18.00-19.30, Übungsraum B): Bilingualer Sachfachunterricht: Ein Überblick über Forschung, Praxis und Konzepte. (Prof. Dr. Dominik Rumlich, Paderborn)
  • 12. Juni 2019 (18.00-19.30, Übungsraum C): Teaching Intercultural Competence: Ten 'Critical Incidents' and How to Use Them in Class (Prof. Dr. Laurenz Volkmann, Jena)
  • 26. Juni 2019 (18.00-19.30, Übungsraum A): The Study of West-African Literatures and Cultures. Orientations and Methodologies. (Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hallet, Gießen)

Wintersemester 2018/2019

  • 24. Oktober 2018 (18.00-19.30, Konferenzzimmer): Authentic online materials and how to best take advantage of them in the EFL classroom - hands on workshop (Tomasz Szczególa, Posen)
  • 29. November 2018 (18.00-19.30, Übungsraum A): Curriculares Denken und didaktische Selbstständigkeit (Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hallet, Gießen)
  • 12. Dezember 2018 (17.00-19.30, Konferenzzimmer): Teaching the Great American Melting Pot (Dr. Christina A. Ziegler-McPherson, Bremen)
  • 19. Dezember 2018 (18.00-19.30, Konferenzzimmer): Diversitätssensibler Fremdsprachenunterricht: Die Integration der Inklusion in die Fachdidaktik (Jun.-Prof. Dr. Roman Bartosch, Köln)
  • 09. Januar 2019 (18.00-19.30, Konferenzzimmer): Wenn Bilder und Text zu Geschichten werden - Der Einsatz von Comics und Graphic Novels im (Fremdsprachen-)Unterricht (Astrid Acker, Köln)

Sommersemester 2018

  • 09. Mai 2018 (16.00-17.30, Übungsraum B): Mind the Gap! Die Herausforderungen der Spracharbeit im Fremdsprachenunterricht und bilingualen Sachfachunterricht am Beispiel des Scaffolding (Silke Thonemann, StD', Bonn/Lohmar)
  • 30. Mai 2018 (18.00-19.30, Am Hof 3-5, Raum 1.006): Ein Erfahrungsbericht aus dem Referendariat am ZfsL Köln oder: warum Organisation das halbe Leben ist. (MEd Bernadette von Tongelen, StRef', Köln/Brühl)
  • 13. Juni 2018 (18.00-19.30, Am Hof 3-5, Raum 1.006): An Introduction to Digital Humanities Work in the Classroom. (Dr. Doris Bremm, Bonn)
  • 11. Juli 2018 (18.00-19.30, Am Hof 3-5, Raum 1.006): Wie Lehrwerken entstehen - ein Blick hinter die Kulissen. (MA Albert Rau, StD'i.K., Brühl/Köln)

Wintersemester 2017/2018

  • 22. Januar 2018 Bianca Göbler, StR'in & Daniel Schönbauer, M.Ed. (Bonn/Tübingen): Revision Course (Fachdidaktik I: Literatur- und Kulturdidaktik & Sprach- und Mediendidaktik)
  • 30. Oktober 2017 Bianca Göbler & Daniel Schönbauer, M.Ed. (Bonn/Tübingen): Leading the Classes


Sommersemester 2017

  • 17. Juli 2017 Kate Tharrington, PhD (North Carolina): Engaging Language Learners in the Digital Age
  • 10. Juli 2017 Daniel Schönbauer, M.Ed. (Bonn/Tübingen): Postcolonial Short Fiction in the EFL Classroom
  • 08. Mai 2017 Philipp Lohmüller (Bonn): Strategies of How to Structure a Lesson

Wintersemester 2016/2017

  • 30. Januar 2017 Bianca Göbler, StR'in & Daniel Schönbauer, B.A. (Bonn): Revision Course (Fachdidaktik I: Literatur- und Kulturdidaktik & Sprach- und Mediendidaktik)
  • 14. November 2016 Philipp Lohmüller (Bonn): Strategies of How to Structure a Lesson
  • 7. November 2016 Bianca Göbler & Daniel Schönbauer, B.A. (Bonn): Leading the Classes


Sommersemester 2016

  • 04. Juli 2016 Daniel Schönbauer, B.A. (Bonn): Teaching Postcolonial Short Fiction in the EFL Classroom
  • 20. Juni 2016 Bianca Göbler, StR'in (Bonn): New Directions in EFL Learning: Offene Unterrichtsformen
  • 30. Mai 2016 Daniel Kaspari, M.Ed. (Bonn): Teaching Activities in the EFL Classroom
  • 09. Mai 2016 Philipp Lohmüller, M.Ed. & Jan Eric Schnellbacher, M.Ed. (Bonn): Strategies of How to Structure a Lesson
Impulse zur Fremdsprachendidaktik - Issues in Foreign Language Education (2013-2016)

In between 2013 and 2016, the lecture series Impulse zur Fremdsprachendidaktik – Issues in Foreign Language Education was organized by the chairs of teaching English as a foreign language (Prof. Dr. Uwe Küchler) and teaching Romance philology (Dr. Roland Ißler). 

Wintersemester 2015/2016

  •  25. Januar 2016 Prof. Dr. Johannes Kramer (Trier): Lesende Liebespaare in der Literatur der Schulsprachen Griechisch, Latein, Italienisch und Französisch
  • 11. Januar 2016 OStR'in Dr. Julia Hammer (Wertheim): Comic Documentaries. Didaktisches Potential zur Förderung der Multiliteralität im Fremdsprachenunterricht
  • 7. Dezember 2015 Prof. Dr. em. Peter Freese (Paderborn): Content vs. Competence? "America" in the Advanced EFL Classroom
  • 30. November 2015 Prof. Dr. Lieselotte Steinbrügge (Bochum): Zur Funktion literarischer Texte im modernen Fremdsprachenunterrich
  • 9. November 2015 Dr. Werner Nagel (Bregenz): Latinitas Pons. Latein - Brückenfunktion im modernen Fremdsprachenunterricht
  • 26. Oktober 2015 Dr. Philipp Siepmann (Duisburg): Teaching Hurricane Katrina in the EFL Classroom 

Sommersemester 2015

  • 2. Juli 2015 Dr. Peter Schildhauer (Bielefeld/Halle-Wittenberg): Blogging Our Way to Digital Literacies. Impulses for the EFL Classroom
  • 15. Juni 2015 Prof. Dr. Maria Eisenmann (Essen-Duisburg): Adaptation, Creation, Transformation. Shakespeare in the EFL Classroom
  • 1. Juni 2015 Dr. Stefan Schustereder (Bonn): Von ABB bis ZfsL. Die schulpraktische Lehrerausbildung in Bonn
  • 18. Mai 2015 Prof. Dr. Eva Leitzke-Ungerer (Halle-Wittenberg): Sprachmittlung zwischen zwei Fremdsprachen: Grundlagen und  Aufgabenbespiele für Spanisch/Französisch und Spanisch/Englisch

Wintersemester 2014/2015

  • 13. Januar 2015 Prof. Dr. Christiane Lütge (Münster): Teaching with AudioVisions. Film in the EFL-Classroom
  • 3. November 2014 Prof. Dr. Hartmut Lutz (Greifswald): Mehrsprachigkeit im altsprachlichen Gymnasium

Sommersemester 2014

  • 7. Juli 2014 Prof. Dr. Laurenz Volkmann (Jena): English in the Global Village. New Trends in EFL
  • 2. Juni 2014 Jana Pflaeging und Anja Nürnberg (Halle-Wittenberg): Sprache und Kunst – Erforschte Synergien
  • 28. April 2014 Dr. Bianca Roters (Köln): „Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a pupose“. Professionalisierung durch Forschendes Lernen

Wintersemester 2013/2014

  • 23. Januar 2014 Prof. Dr. Hartmut Lutz (Greifswald): „Mythbusters“ and „Indianthisiasts“: Refractions of Self and Other 

 

 

 

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