STEOP, at least 100 ECTS-CP
Language education / MSP
In a migration society, it is important to bring different cultures into dialogue with each other. Childrenâ€™s experiences and ideas are often tied to their everyday language. Teachers support children in finding individual ways to use educational language in order to present facts and contexts in a linguistically appropriate manner. A conscious approach to linguistic and cultural diversity requires teachers and learners to grow in their understanding of different cultural influences that enter the classroom. This intercultural approach corresponds to multi-perspective, content-, and language-integrated teaching and learning in a multilingual context.
- Multilingualism as a characteristic feature of migration societies
- Teaching and learning with CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) in a multilingual society
- Analysis of curricula in the context of CLIL
- The "Next Development Zone" and teaching with "Scaffolding"
- Identification of appropriate content and language goals with the help of learner profiles
- Meta-cognitive goals in second language acquisition
- German as a second language in language-sensitive subject teaching
- Guiding pupils towards language observation and comparison at several linguistic levels