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Grammatik in der DAF-Lehrerausbildung

Publication: Analele Universității „Ovidius” din Constanța. Seria Filologie, XXII (1), p. 177-186
Publisher:Ovidius University Press
Abstract:Germanists all over the world have been interested over the past two decades in establishing a structure and nature of the degree program of German as a Foreign Language. There have been numerous scientists to claim many differences between a traditional Germanistik-study program, the desired job profiles, but mainly for the main areas of this degree program.There has been a gradually development in terms of specialized teaching aims for the main two GFL study orientations. Specialists divide Germanistics into inland study courses and foreign study courses, therefore it is just to divide GFL-studies according to the same pattern. Several universities in German speaking countries offer German as a Foreign Language as undergraduate courses, Masters, Distance Learning or further learning degrees. But these differ a great deal in terms of the subjects even though most of them carry the same title. Furthermore they differ from GFL-degree programs abroad. An explanation of there variety lies within distinguishable study aim.
Key words:German as a Foreign Language (GFL), GFL Grammar Teaching, GFL Study Courses
Language: German

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