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LdL-Newsletter Nr. 165

Posted by asecoli - Mai 25, 2016

Hier der jüngste LdL-Newsletter:

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Europäisches Haus Pappenheim: A New Partner

Posted by asecoli - Juli 10, 2012

ASEcoLi is now cooperating with Europäisches Haus Pappenheim (European House Pappenheim) (EHP) , a new center of research, education and political discourse.

Joachim Grzega

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LdL site now hosted by ASEcoLi

Posted by asecoli - Dezember 23, 2011

ASEcoLi now hosts the LdL internet platform. We will soon be able to offer you some new type of training in LdL.

Merry Christmas and thanks to all who have supported ASEcoLi this year.

Joachim Grzega

 

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Lena Meyer-Landrut’s Language

Posted by asecoli - Juni 8, 2010

Gratulations to Lena and her Eurovision Song Contest victory. Some Germans relate her success to her „authentic English“. It would be natural if teenagers felt encouraged to copy her English. However, her English is not authentic, which is dealt with in the following contributions. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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Eurolinguistic Clip #3

Posted by asecoli - Mai 3, 2010

The third Eurolinguistic clip in German is online:

Joachim Grzega

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BGE Course in Memmingen, Day 2+3

Posted by asecoli - Januar 27, 2010

Day 2 and 3 of the adult BGE course at a company in Memmingen went very well (2x 90 min. per day). The group was very heterogeneous on Day 1, but the distance between the better participants and the weaker ones could already be diminished. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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LdL recently

Posted by asecoli - September 19, 2009

LdL has recently attracted attention again. Yesterday, Christian Spannagel gave an internet-mediated talk on wikis, weblogs and Twitter at the GAL conference (German association of applied linguists). Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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BGE, LdL and socioeconomic linguistics in dissertations

Posted by asecoli - Juli 6, 2009

A German student contacted me because she wants to write her Master of Education thesis on BGE and LdL. A student from Singapore is writing his Ph.D. thesis on the use of English in China and aims at integrating BGE and my ideas on socioeconomic linguistics. That is a fantastic development.

Joachim Grzega

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Upcoming events

Posted by asecoli - März 18, 2009

My first events at the Akademie Schönbühl are set:

2 April:

introduction to Basic Global English for a general public

15 May:

1. introduction to Basic Global English for compulsory school teachers

2. introduction to Lernen durch Lehren (LdL) (for teachers)

3. how can we use Wikipedia and its sister projects) (for students, teachers, parents and everyone)

19 June:

1. what does user-friendly language look like? (for business people and administration people)

2. how do I learn effectively and efficiently? (for students, teachers, parents and everyone)

3. edutainment on communicative behaviour around the world (for everyone)

I’m also eagerly working on my edutainment lecture “Ausländisch für Anfänger” that I will give to a general audience next week.

Joachim Grzega

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BGE for Entertainment

Posted by asecoli - Februar 16, 2009

I used BGE in a new experiment: I tried to speak and sing just in BGE manner at a performance I gave to a „normal/average“ audience–and it seemed to work well; the audience liked it. Here’s the report in the local newspaper, Eichstätter Kurier.

Joachim Grzega

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