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Cooperation with EHP (2): Language Emergency Doctor

Posted by asecoli - August 16, 2014

ASEcoLi  has helped the Europäisches Haus Pappenheim (EHP) in developing the Language Emergency Doctor method (in German: Sprach-Not-Arzt), an innovative method with which you can teach German to migrants and refugees with no prior knowledge basic communicative skills for their new life within just a few days. The teaching material for adults has appeared as ASEcoLi Publications by the Academy for SocioEconomic Linguistics 6. A number of EHP Newsletters have already reported on the method and the courses. The principles can also be transposed to teaching other languages to beginners.

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Cooperation with EHP (1): The Language Workout Method

Posted by asecoli - August 15, 2014

ASEcoLi  has helped the Europäisches Haus Pappenheim (EHP) in developing the Language Workout Method, an innovative method with which you can learn, within just two half-days, the basics of a European language for the most important siutations as a tourist. A number of EHP Newsletters have already reported on the method and the courses, which are called LanguageGyms (in German: SprachFitnessStudios).

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99 audios for learning Hungarian for the first encounter

Posted by asecoli - September 23, 2012

While skills in French are relatively widespread in Germany, Hungarian is a hardly studied language here. Due to the partnership between Pappenheim and Iszkaszentgyörgy, to be officially started at the weekend of the EHP opening, the EHP is therefore offering in cooperation with ASEcoLi learning material, developed by myself for the first encounters with Hungarians. The innovative study concept was already tested by students. It consists of a little textbook and 99 audio files that are freely downloadable at ASEcoLi or via the EHP website. The concept consists of 4 phases and uses the German language as an aid for learning the words and structures and offers memory hooks.

Joachim Grzega

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BGE at EHP

Posted by asecoli - August 21, 2012

When discussing the idea of a European municipal project on the connotations of words, contacts of the Europäisches Haus Pappenheim showed much interest in the concept of Basic Global English. It seems that among the “middle” and “elder” generation, English is much less known that the EHP had expected. Therefore, an additional preparatory phase has now been implemented in the project plan.

Joachim Grzega

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German college teacher association (bpv) interested in BGE

Posted by asecoli - August 8, 2009

Two days ago the chairman of the bpv, the Bayerischer Philologenverband (Association of College Teachers in Bavaria) and two of his colleagues came to see me in my office to discuss Basic Global English. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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BGE slowly goes global

Posted by asecoli - Juli 23, 2009

There is a good chance that Basic Global English is not only an “ideally global”, but also “really global”. People from Egypt, Brazil, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe e-mailed that they are interested in integrating BGE at primary schools in their country. The important point will be to convince curricular authorities; this seems at least the case for Egypt.

Joachim Grzega

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… Still Further Progress with BGE

Posted by asecoli - April 27, 2009

The echo after my BGE lecture at the Akademie Schönbühl was so big that we will start a BGE course with an adult learner group at the Akademie Schönbühl in mid-May. I plan to lead the first sessions of the course, but I hope that we will also find a future teacher who will first observe the lessons to see what the important aspects of BGE are and then take over gradually. Originally, I had plan to give a special training course for future BGE teachers, but this way people can develop as BGE teachers in praxi.

There are also two big German companies that have conteacted me and that want BGE courses for their employees.

Joachim Grzega

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BGE for Mobile Phones

Posted by asecoli - Dezember 15, 2008

At present, we’re also cooperating with a company that produces language courses to be stored on mobile phones. You can read, you can listen to audio files, you can record yourself and compare your recording with the model audio file. I’ve developed four sample chapters, the company is now getting the demo version ready.

Joachim Grzega

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Support by the Wirtschaftsjunioren Ingolstadt

Posted by asecoli - Dezember 15, 2008

Last week I met with Karl Ettinger from the Wirtschaftsjunioren Ingolstadt. He is going to support the BGE project for adult learner groups and for self-study. This will be a very good opportunity to get contact with different potential users and with people who deal with adult teaching.

Joachim Grzega

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BGE at kindergarten?

Posted by asecoli - Dezember 15, 2008

Rosa Wagner has been organizing English for children at kindergarten for many years and written books for such groups. She has now contacted me and we’ll both check if there is any way of reasonable cooperation.

Joachim Grzega

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