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Title: Deutsche Populärmusik und ihre Didaktisierung nach dem Lernen-durch-Lehren-Konzept. Ein Beispiel intrinsischen Unterrichtsinhalts für mehr Lernermotivation
Author: Guido Josef Oebel
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Institution: Saga National University
Linguistic Field: Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Subject Language: German
Subject LANGUAGE Family: Germanic; Germanic; Germanic; Germanic
Abstract: Following Murphey's pioneering papers dealing with teaching foreign languages, especially English, through contemporary songs, this paper provides illustrative examples using German pop songs rather than traditionally folk songs or nursery rhymes to make both teaching and learning German as A Foreign Language (DaF) more fun and at the same time more successful.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: Completed
Venue: Belgischer Germanisten- und Deutschlehrerverband, Brussels
Publication Info: Fachzeitschrift für DaF und angewandte Linguistik 15. Jg., Heft 19, pp. 5-19


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