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Linguistic Landscapes im deutschsprachigen Kontext

Forschungsperspektiven, Methoden und Anwendungsmöglichkeiten


Edited By Evelyn Ziegler and Heiko F. Marten

Die Erforschung von Sprache im öffentlichen Raum (Linguistic Landscapes, LL) hat sich in den vergangen 20 Jahren als Teilgebiet der Soziolinguistik, der Semiotik und anderer Disziplinen fest etabliert. Der vorliegende Band gibt einen Überblick zu zentralen Ansätzen der LL-Forschung mit einem Bezug zur deutschen Sprache. Die Beiträge stellen aktuelle Studien aus dem deutschsprachigen Raum, zu Deutsch als Minderheitensprache sowie aus Ländern mit einer ausgeprägten DaF-Tradition vor. Sie thematisieren sprachstrukturelle und soziolinguistische ebenso wie didaktische, methodische und technologische Aspekte. Damit trägt der Band zu einer Systematisierung der deutschsprachigen LL-Forschung bei, gibt Impulse für internationale Diskussionen und benennt wichtige Desiderata.

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Das didaktische Potenzial von Linguistic Landscape am Beispiel der universitären Niederdeutschvermittlung

Birte Arendt / Ulrike Stern


Abstract While the Linguistic Landscapes (LL) approach has gradually established its position in linguistic research and, to some extent, in university teaching, integration into didactically genuine language-teaching contexts is still largely marginal. This is deplorable insofar as the approach has potential beyond the description of multilingual practices and corresponding ideologies, especially in foreign language teaching. We assume that the LL approach can be used fruitfully both within the framework of institutionalized language teaching and to support individual language acquisition processes in relation to the regional language of Low German. In our opinion, it is not only possible to address different areas of competence by training discriminatory-receptive skills as well as integrative-productive and language-reflexive knowledge, but also to develop teaching material at different levels.

On the basis of student works at university, this chapter outlines approaches, results as well as problem areas for the didactization of linguistic landscapes in the context of language teaching using the example of Low German. For this purpose, the didactic concept (based on a constructivist concept of learning) as well as student portfolio works from the language acquisition course “Plattdeutsch I”, which has a dominant reception-oriented objective (A2), will be presented and evaluated. The LL-inspired tasks follow a learning progression that ranges from language recognition and documentation to criteria-driven reflection / development to contextualized application and corresponding transfer.

Keywords: language teachingminority languageregional languageforeign language teachingLow Germanportfolio work

Der vorliegende Beitrag fokussiert das didaktische Potential von Linguistic Landscape (im folgenden LL)...

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