|154526||Teaching Ireland||2 HS||Do 10:15 - 11:45||digital||Piskurek|
As a seminar in 'Kulturdidaktik', this seminar focuses on a specific subfield within Literary and Cultural Studies and discusses if, why and how Irish Literature and Culture can be incorporated into the EFL classroom. Ireland, with its complex relationship vis-à-vis the United Kingdom, with its rich literary history, or with its variety of cultural traditions, continues to be an exciting source that provides a wide array of opportunities for such explorations.
The seminar discusses the theoretical foundations of teaching Cultural and Literary Studies in the EFL classroom, as well as a wide variety of texts from different centuries – from folk tales via James Joyce and William Butler Yeats to Irish film and contemporary fiction. Students are asked to present teaching sequences on selected Irish topics.
Course requirements will be discussed in the first session.
|Angewandte Sprachwissenschaften/Angewandte Literatur-/Kulturwissenschaften:|
|PO vor WS 16/17:|
|PO ab WS 16/17:|