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'Room on the Broom' in the Primary Classroom
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, printed single-sided, grade: 1,15, University of Erfurt (Philosophische Fakultät - Fachbereich Anglistik), course: Speaking and Storytelling in the Primary Classroom, language: English, abstract: 'Then out rose ... A TRULY MAGNIFICENT BROOM! With seats for the witch and the cat and the dog, A nest for the bird and a shower for the frog. 'Yes!' cried the witch, and they all clambered on. The witch tapped the broomstick and whoosh! they were gone.'(DONALDSON, SCHEFFLER, 2002)At the end of 'Room on the broom', the characters can finally enjoy the magic night. Before, they have to go through scavenger hunt-like and nerve-wrecking adventures. The book, which was written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, has been translated into 21 different languages so far. The author and the illustrator have already worked together on several successful children's books. 'The Gruffalo' is their most known piece and was probably the breakthrough for the two artists. (DONALDSON, a, b)Julia Donaldson, born in 1948, already invented stories as a child. She studied Drama and French and began her carrier as a writer for songs for children's television. When her song 'A squash and a squeeze' was turned into a book, illustrated by Axel Scheffler, she decided to write professionally plays and books for children. Up to now, she has written 154 books, partly for retail sales and partly for school purposes. (DONALDSON, a) The German Axel Scheffler, now living in London, was born in 1957 and studied Arts History as well as Graphic Arts. At the beginning of his career as illustrator, he worked for magazines and advertising agencies. Today, he mainly illustrates children's books. (SPRECKELSEN, 2008)This book report provides first some aspects which have to be taken into consideration when choosing 'Room on the Broom' for the classroom, such as the storyline, the values expressed in the book, its culture specific content, the language and an analysis of the illustrations. Secondly, some ideas for integrating the book into the English foreign language education are given. As the language applied in this book is rather challenging these considerations and implications on teaching refer to the proficiency level of a fourth grade in a German primary school.

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Erfurt Und Das Erfurtische Gebiet: Nach Geograp...
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. br/br/ ++++br/ The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to ensure edition identification: br/++++ br/br/ Erfurt Und Das Erfurtische Gebiet: Nach Geographischen, Physischen, Statistischen, Politischen Und Geschichtlichen Verhältnissen. Eine Von Der Akademie Der Nützlichen Wissenschaften Zu Erfurt Mitgekrönte Preisschrift, Volume 1; Erfurt Und Das Erfurtische Gebiet: Nach Geographischen, Physischen, Statistischen, Politischen Und Geschichtlichen Verhältnissen. Eine Von Der Akademie Der Nützlichen Wissenschaften Zu Erfurt Mitgekrönte Preisschrift; Jakob Dominikusbr/br/ Jakob Dominikusbr/br/ Ettinger, 1793br/br/

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Shakespeare's 'Sonnet 127' and the mysterious '...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: For about thirty years sonnet sequences were popular in England (1580s to the 1610s) . A sonnet is a poem of 14 lines of iambic pentameter with an elaborate rhyme scheme. The poets of these forms of poems wrote in order to express their deep human emotions. Especially, poets in Renaissance revealed the philosophy of humanism. Poets of Elizabethan time are mainly concerned with the subject of love. Thereby, they made use on metaphoric and poetic conventions which were developed by Italian poets of the fourteenth century like Petrarch or Dante. The Petrarchan, or Italian sonnet, consists of two quatrains and two tercets. To emphasize the idea of the poem, the rhyme scheme and structure work together. William Shakespeare reshaped the sonnet structure. The English, or Shakespearean sonnet, consists of three quatrains and a concluding couplet. Shakespeare used, like Petrarch, the structure of the sonnet to explore multiple facets of a topic in short. He, despite his high status as a dramatist, attracted no attention as a sonneteer . William Shakespeare was born in 1564 in Stratford upon Avon. In 1609 he retracted from the London live in theatre back to the city of his birth. In the very same year the publisher Thomas Thorpe announced the book 'Shake-Speares Sonnets Never before Imprinted'. 'When [Shakespeare] published his sonnets - or allowed them to be published - in 1609, the sonnet vogue was all but over [...]' . About the background and the reliability of this edition prevails disagreement. It is not resolved whether Shakespeare had wanted the publication. It is also uncertain whether the order of the sonnets is right or does it make any sense to rearrange the sequence. Even the division of the sequence into two parts - sonnet one till 126 address a youn

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Riedel, F: Theorie der schönen Künste
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Eines der frühen systematischen Kompendien der Ästhetik. Riedels Bedeutung als Ästhetiktheoretiker wird gerade wieder von der neueren Forschung erwiesen. Riedel zeigt sich hier als Vermittler englischen Gedankenguts und als zuverlässiger Kompilator. Friedrich Justus Riedel studied at universities in Jena and Halle before moving to Leipzig and Erfurt where he taught aesthetics. His Theory of Fine Arts, published in 1767 is the first systematic handbook of this new discipline in Ger-many. Consisting of 21 chapters, Riedel provides his readers with an overview of contemporary concepts in both liter-ary criticism and art theory, citing from a variety of sources.

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Prisoner Camps in Thuringia 1914-1918
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Author: Harald Rockstuhl, Translator: Michelle Lucas, 96 pages with 44 illustrations. LIST OF CONTENTS: Preface I. The system of captivity in Thuringia - a German portrayal by Prof. Dr. Heinrich Kionka 1 The establishment of the prisoner camps Suitable places for prisoner camps The construction of the prisoner camps The shacks The kitchen shacks The bath and disinfection facilities Water supply, collection and drainage of the camps The prisoner graveyards The military hospitals for the prisoners Other buildings 2 Life in the prisoner camps Prisoner newspaper Prisoner money Guarding of the camps II In the prisoner camp of Ohrdruf 1 Prisoner camp Langensalza - an eyewitness account of 1915 by A.J.P., Collection of Manfred Lippert 2 The play 'L'Ange en Salza' (The angel in Salza) - Revue du camp de prisoniiers de guerre de langensalza - By P-J. Estibotte translated by Rose-Marie Charlot-Biehlig (into German) bibliography PREFACE: During World War I four prisoner camps were proceeded in Thuringia: - Bad Colberg - a prisoner camp for officers - Langensalza - Erfurt - Ohrdruf About the history of prisoner camps in Thuringia nearly nobody researched or published something. While preparing my book about the history of the 'Prisoner camp Langensalza from the 20th of November 1914 to the 18th of March 1919' there were two quite conflicting depictions. On the one hand there was Prof. Dr. Heinrich Kionka (1868-1941), on the other hand I found notes of a French doctor who went back to France and published them on 21 August 1915 in the French magazine L'Illustration. Rose-Marie Charlot-Biehling supported my literature project decisively. Her grandfather was in the prisoner camp of Langensalza and fled to his homeland in 1919. In this connection Charlot-Biehlig translated the very interesting play 'L'ANGE EN SALZA' (The angel in Salza) by P.-J. Estibotte. A few years later he was a professor at the Ecole Normale d'Instituteurs (a college for teachers) in Perpignan (Esplanades). This description gives a deep insight into a prisoner camp (here Langensalza) shortly before the end of the world war in 1918. About the prisoner camp for officers in Bad Colberg I found - except of different prisoner money - no further considerable information. I would like to thank Prof. Helmut Carl +, Jürgen Dorn, Horst Grossmann, Peter Hantelmann, Herbert Hunstock, Rose-Marie Charlot-Biehling and Manfred Lippert for their support and the supply with materials. Bad Langensalza, spring 2014 Harald Rockstuhl

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Is there a sensitive period in second language ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Erfurt (Philosophische Fakultät - Fachbereich Anglistik), course: Second Language Acquisition, language: English, abstract: 'A tree must be bent while it is young.' (Proverb) Proverbs usually have an element of truth. The German speakers will certainly also know the German equivalent 'Was Hänschen nicht lernt, lernt Hans nimmermehr.' Do these proverbs also apply to the acquisition of a second language? Are young learners trees that 'must be bent' before they are too old to reach a certain language proficiency? In first and second language research, the concept of a 'critical period' respectively of a 'sensitive period' was developed to explain probable advantages of children in the process of language acquisition. The aim of this term paper is to find out whether there is a sensitive period for second language learning and to explore possible explanatory approaches. Within this research, the 'Critical Period Hypothesis' (CPH) represents the major focus. According to this hypothesis, 'there is a period during which language acquisition is easy and complete (i.e. native-speaker ability is achieved) and beyond which it is difficult and typically incomplete' (ELLIS, 1997: 67). This means, it is assumed that language learners must begin at an early age to learn a language in order to reach native-like proficiency. Generally, empirical data from course books, handbook articles and journal articles as well as commentaries by different authors are used in order to follow the research question up. First, a framework concerning the origins of the idea of a sensitive period from first language acquisition, and the clarification of particular terms will be created. Then, the distinction between possible advantages of young learners in natural as well as instructional settings will be of interest. The findings on a critical or sensitive period have also found their ways into the pedagogical practice. It is obvious that especially bilingual kindergartens, that promote an early start in language learning in general, will somehow refer to the idea of a sensitive period in second language acquisition. Therefore, the second part of this term paper will present an analysis of pedagogical concepts of these kinds of day care institutions with respect to the integration of this idea. Website information of different bilingual kindergartens will serve as sources.

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Erfurt Und Das Erfurtische Gebiet: Nach Geograp...
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. br/br/ ++++br/ The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to ensure edition identification: br/++++ br/br/ Erfurt Und Das Erfurtische Gebiet: Nach Geographischen, Physischen, Statistischen, Politischen Und Geschichtlichen Verhältnissen. Eine Von Der Akademie Der Nützlichen Wissenschaften Zu Erfurt Mitgekrönte Preisschrift, Volume 1; Erfurt Und Das Erfurtische Gebiet: Nach Geographischen, Physischen, Statistischen, Politischen Und Geschichtlichen Verhältnissen. Eine Von Der Akademie Der Nützlichen Wissenschaften Zu Erfurt Mitgekrönte Preisschrift; Jakob Dominikusbr/br/ Jakob Dominikusbr/br/ Ettinger, 1793br/br/

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Is there a sensitive period in second language ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Erfurt (Philosophische Fakultät - Fachbereich Anglistik), course: Second Language Acquisition, language: English, abstract: 'A tree must be bent while it is young.' (Proverb) Proverbs usually have an element of truth. The German speakers will certainly also know the German equivalent 'Was Hänschen nicht lernt, lernt Hans nimmermehr.' Do these proverbs also apply to the acquisition of a second language? Are young learners trees that 'must be bent' before they are too old to reach a certain language proficiency? In first and second language research, the concept of a 'critical period' respectively of a 'sensitive period' was developed to explain probable advantages of children in the process of language acquisition. The aim of this term paper is to find out whether there is a sensitive period for second language learning and to explore possible explanatory approaches. Within this research, the 'Critical Period Hypothesis' (CPH) represents the major focus. According to this hypothesis, 'there is a period during which language acquisition is easy and complete (i.e. native-speaker ability is achieved) and beyond which it is difficult and typically incomplete' (ELLIS, 1997: 67). This means, it is assumed that language learners must begin at an early age to learn a language in order to reach native-like proficiency. Generally, empirical data from course books, handbook articles and journal articles as well as commentaries by different authors are used in order to follow the research question up. First, a framework concerning the origins of the idea of a sensitive period from first language acquisition, and the clarification of particular terms will be created. Then, the distinction between possible advantages of young learners in natural as well as instructional settings will be of interest. T

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'Room on the Broom' in the Primary Classroom
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, printed single-sided, grade: 1,15, University of Erfurt (Philosophische Fakultät - Fachbereich Anglistik), course: Speaking and Storytelling in the Primary Classroom, language: English, abstract: 'Then out rose ... A TRULY MAGNIFICENT BROOM! With seats for the witch and the cat and the dog, A nest for the bird and a shower for the frog. 'Yes!' cried the witch, and they all clambered on. The witch tapped the broomstick and whoosh! they were gone.'(DONALDSON, SCHEFFLER, 2002)At the end of 'Room on the broom', the characters can finally enjoy the magic night. Before, they have to go through scavenger hunt-like and nerve-wrecking adventures. The book, which was written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, has been translated into 21 different languages so far. The author and the illustrator have already worked together on several successful children's books. 'The Gruffalo' is their most known piece and was probably the breakthrough for the two artists. (DONALDSON, a, b)Julia Donaldson, born in 1948, already invented stories as a child. She studied Drama and French and began her carrier as a writer for songs for children's television. When her song 'A squash and a squeeze' was turned into a book, illustrated by Axel Scheffler, she decided to write professionally plays and books for children. Up to now, she has written 154 books, partly for retail sales and partly for school purposes. (DONALDSON, a) The German Axel Scheffler, now living in London, was born in 1957 and studied Arts History as well as Graphic Arts. At the beginning of his career as illustrator, he worked for magazines and advertising agencies. Today, he mainly illustrates children's books. (SPRECKELSEN, 2008)This book report provides first some aspects which have to be taken into consideration when choosing 'Room on the Broom' for the classroom, such as the storyline, the values expressed in the book, its culture specific content, the language and an analysis of the illustrations. Secondly, some ideas for integrating the book into the English foreign language education are given. As the language applied in this book is rather challenging these considerations and implications on teaching refer to the proficiency level of a fourth grade in a German primary school.

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