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    Englische Fachdidaktik

    Projects & Publications

    Literaturdidaktische Ausgabe der Anglistik 1/2018: Teaching Multimodality and Multiliteracy

    Since the 1990s there has been a strong tendency in literary texts to integrate a wide range of non-verbal modes and non-fictional features, such as photographs, drawings, etc. In addition to this phenomenon, the burgeoning genre of graphic novels has drawn more academic attention. In these genres, visual and verbal phenomena are intricately linked and generate a unique aesthetic experience, which should be complemented by multimodal analysis. The advent of the new media, multimodal literature, new socio-cultural challenges, and the inclusion of neglected reader groups have shifted attention to multiliteracy in the EFL classroom. Dealing with multimodal texts in the EFL classroom needs to become part of multiliterate education.

    This volume aims at providing new perspectives on multimodal literature and wants to demonstrate how the literature classroom can take advantage of these texts. The articles should discuss

    • which concepts of multimodality are relevant to literary phenomena, cultural developments, and the classroom
    • how concepts of multimodality require certain multiliteracies 
    • how to teach certain multimodal texts in order to promote multiliteracies
    Chair's Publications
    • "Differentiation and Individualisation through Digital Media" Collaborative Language Learning and New Media: Insights Into an Evolving Field. Ed. Kris Van de Poel/Christian Ludwig. Frankfurt: Lang, 2016.
    • "The Potential of Young Adult Dystopian Fiction in the EFL Classroom" Issues in Contemporary Young Adult Dystopian Fiction. Ed. Christian Ludwig/Nicole Maruo-Schröder Heidelberg: Winter, 2017.
    • "Differenzierung und Individualisierung mit Web 2.0 Tools" Heterogenität und Diversität im Englischunterricht – fachdidaktische Perspektiven. Ed. Solveig Chilla/Karin Vogt. Frankfurt: Lang, 2017.
    • „Dramatische Texte im Literaturunterricht“ Grundthemen der Literaturwissenschaft: Band 14: Literaturdidaktik. Ed. Christiane Lütge. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter Verlag, 2017.
    • "Adaptation, Creation, Transformation – Shakespeare in the EFL Classroom" Impulse zur Fremdsprachendidaktik – Issues in Foreign Language Education.Ed. Roland Ißler/Uwe Küchler, 2017.
    Habilitation Projects
    • "Teaching Anglophone Refugee Literature" - Claudia Deetjen

    • "Destroying things is much easier than making them - Ecological Re-Readings of Contemporary Young Adult Dystopian Fiction and their Potential for English Language Learning" - Dr. Christian Ludwig  read more
    Dissertation Projects
    • "Teaching Multimodality in Young Adult Fiction" - Luisa Alfes
    • "Irland und Europa - die didaktische Evaluation irlandbezogener Unterrichtsmaterialien für den fortgeschrittenen Englischunterricht" - Anika Braunshausen read more
    • "Migration und Mehrsprachigkeit" - Elisabeth Chowanetz
    • "Die politische Dimension als Lerngegenstand in Lehrwerken für den Englischunterricht" - Janina Kuhn
    • "Dystopian Fiction in EFL Teaching" - Nadine Krüger read more 
    • "Von der Binarität zur Hybridität. Die Dekonstruktion binärer Kultur- und Identitätsvorstellungen der Post-9/11-Ära durch die Rekonstruktion inter- bzw. transkultureller Erfahrungsräume in der graphic novel Arab in America: Theoretische Überlegungen und didaktische Ableitungen" - Veronika Martinez read more
    • "Typically British?! A diachronic - imagological analysis of British national stereotypes in English textbooks from 1871 until now." - Jennifer Meier read more
    • "Kulturwissenschaftliche Analyse der nationalen Stereotype im deutsch-britischen Verhältnis zur Zeit der Berlin-Krise 1958-62. Eine imagologische Untersuchung von Diskursen in Printmedien" - Dorothea Merk
    • "Literacy as a Collaborative Experience. Fostering Learner Autonomy in the Foreign Language Classroom." - Katarina Nestorovic read more
    • "The Reconstruction of Gender in Portal-Quest Fantasy Graphic Novels" - Franziska Pukowski read more
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