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Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German

2002 Volume 35, Number 1

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Number of articles: 2

  1. How Well Can a Computer Program Teach German Culture? Some Preliminary Findings from EthnoDeutsch

    Wendy Ashby & Veronica Ostertag

    Investigates the effectiveness of an interactive, computer-mediated instructional segment designed to educate students about ethnicity in German-speaking countries. Fifty-two intermediate German... More

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  2. Deutsch-amerikanische Telekollaboration im Fremdsprachenunterricht-Lernede im Kreuzfeuer der institutionellen Zwange (German-American Online Collaboration in the Study of a Foreign Language and Its Institutional Constraints)

    Julie A. Belz & Andreas Muller-Hartmann

    Discusses institutional constraints in the foreign language and intercultural learning process within the framework of an online collaboration project between a German and a U.S. university. Shows ... More

    pp. 68-78

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