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Gender and Language Learning

Gender and Language Learning cover
E-ISBN 9783823379881
P-ISBN 9783823369882
Verlag Narr Francke Attempto
Erscheinungstermin 13.06.2016
Seiten 242
Autor/en Daniela Elsner, Viviane Lohe
Seitenpreis pro Teilnehmer Basic: 2.9 Cent / Comfort: 5.79 Cent

Kapitel

BEGINN PDF 1‑6
Table of Contents PDF 6‑8
(Buch 5-7)
Chapter I: Gender and TEFL PDF 8‑10
(Buch 7-9)
Introduction to Teaching Gender in the EFL Classroom: Daniela Elsner & Viviane Lohe, Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Germany
PDF 10‑20
(Buch 9-19)
What Does It Mean to Teach About Gender? Gender Studies and Their Implications for Foreign Language Teaching: Lotta König, Sonja Lewin & Carola Surkamp, University of Göttingen, Germany
PDF 20‑38
(Buch 19-37)
Chapter II: Gender and the Teaching Profession PDF 38‑40
(Buch 37-39)
Language Teaching – a “Woman’s Job”, a Semi-Profession or a Profession?: Renate Haas, University of Kiel, Germany
PDF 40‑56
(Buch 39-55)
Fremdsprachendidaktik – a Female Domain?: Britta Viebrock, Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Germany
PDF 56‑74
(Buch 55-73)
Chapter III: Gender and the Learner PDF 74‑76
(Buch 73-75)
Female Language Learners Then – and Now? A Historical Perspective on Gender and Foreign Language Learning: Sabine Doff, University of Bremen, Germany
PDF 76‑86
(Buch 75-85)
Gender Research in EFL Classrooms – or: Are Girls Better Language Learners?: Thomaï Alexiou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
PDF 86‑96
(Buch 85-95)
Chapter IV: Gender, Language and Texts PDF 96‑98
(Buch 95-97)
Gender, Inclusion and English Language Teaching: A Linguistic Perspective: Heiko Motschenbacher, Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Germany
PDF 98‑114
(Buch 97-113)
Gender and Literature: Creating Gender Awareness: Laurenz Volkmann, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
PDF 114‑134
(Buch 113-133)
Beyond Stereotypes? Exploring Gender through Popular Culture in the EFL Classroom: Gabriele Linke, University of Rostock, Germany
PDF 134‑154
(Buch 133-153)
Chapter V: Gender, Topics and Media PDF 154‑156
(Buch 153-155)
Topics in the EFL Classroom – Are They Gender-Balanced?: Engelbert Thaler, University of Augsburg, Germany
PDF 156‑170
(Buch 155-169)
Gender Representation in Selected EFL Textbooks – A Diachronic Perspective: Nora Benitt & Jürgen Kurtz, Universities of Lüneburg and Gießen, Germany
PDF 170‑190
(Buch 169-189)
Girls Chat, Boys Hack? – Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Gender: Judith Buendgens-Kosten, Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Germany
PDF 190‑208
(Buch 189-207)
References PDF 208‑230
(Buch 207-229)
Glossary of Gender-Related Terms PDF 230‑238
(Buch 229-237)
List of Contributors PDF 238‑242
(Buch 237-242)

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