Teaching German as a Second Language
Teaching German as a Second Language (Teaching degree)
Modern class composition is heterogeneous today, regardless of school type. Social changes and migration have led to many students not speaking German as their first language. The Chair of Didactics of German as a Second Language (DiDaZ) at FAU is intensively dedicated to language acquisition, language teaching and language-aware subject teaching. In the study of German as a Second Language (DaZ), you as a prospective teacher will be qualified to support students linguistically appropriately and to design lessons in a targeted manner.
What is the degree program about?
Further information about the DaZ-studies can be found on the website of the Chair of Didactics of German as a Second Language, where also the dates of information events of the chair for first-year students are published regularly at the beginning of the semester. For student advice on German as a Second Language, you can contact Marisa Somper (Teaching Subject Elementary and Middle School) and Kirstin Ulrich (Extension Subject and Professional Language German).
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