627229 Learn/Teach Languages: Should one teach and learn sociopragmatics?

winter semester 2017/2018 | Last update: 17.08.2017 Place course on memo list
627229
Learn/Teach Languages: Should one teach and learn sociopragmatics?
SE 2
3
weekly
annually
Russian

Students can apply relevant research methods from sociopragmatics and use the acquired competence for the planning and teaching of lessons in the Russian language classroom. They learn to understand and use adequate teaching techniques from researched pedagogy.

Getting acquainted and dealing with sociopragmatic approaches to the teaching and learning of Russian in foreign language classroom; an emphasis is placed on the acquisition of sociolinguistic and pragmatic competence; learning to process the above areas with regard to research methods and their implementation and application in researched pedadogy.

Talks, discussions and critical reflection.

written and oral

Selection of literature:

Bardovi-Harlig, Kathleen, und Mahan-Taylor, Rebecca. 2009. “Introduction” in Teaching Pragmatics. Herunterladen von http://www.indiana.edu/~dsls/publications/introms.pdf , am 14 April 2013.

Kasper, G., & Roever, C. (2005). Pragmatics in second language learning. In E. Hinkel (Hrsg.), Handbook of research in second language teaching and learning (317334). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Kasper, G. & Rose, K. R. (Hrsg.) (2001). Pragmatics in Language Teaching. Cambridge: CUP.

 

Kotthoff, H. (1989). Pro und Kontra in der Fremdsprache: pragmatische Defizite in interkulturellen Argumentationen. Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang Verlag.

 

Riddiford, N. & Joe, A. (2010). Tracking the Development of Sociopragmatic Skills. In TESOL Quarterly 44, 1. (195–205).

Successful completion of Compulsory Module 1 Bachelor's Programme Secondary School Teacher Training (General Education) Subject: Russian.

not applicable

This course is part of Compulsory Module 2 (“Competence Orientation in Modern Language Teaching and Learning”) Bachelor's Programme Secondary School Teacher Training (General Education) Subject: Russian. According to the study programme, it is highly recommended. To attend course PM2a before PM2b.

Admission to the course according to IMoF’s admission guidelines (for information please consult the IMoF website: http://www.uibk.ac.at/imof/lehre.html).

02.10.2017
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Mon 2017-10-02
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Mon 2017-10-09
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Mon 2017-10-16
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Mon 2017-10-23
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Mon 2017-11-06
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Mon 2017-11-20
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Mon 2017-11-27
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Mon 2017-12-04
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Mon 2017-12-11
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Mon 2018-01-08
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Mon 2018-01-15
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Mon 2018-01-22
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Mon 2018-01-29
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