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Topic: Teaching the German Accusative and Dative Cases with the tenets of Commu

Topic:
Teaching the German Accusative and Dative Cases with the tenets of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT; not to be confused with Community Language Learning!) and how this method is responsive to the unique and varied needs arising for different students in different contextual conditions.
Please see detailed instructions for this assignment attached. File name: “PT and CPR instructions”
This is part of my teaching internship class. I will be teaching 3 classes over the course of this semester at the University of South Florida German Department. Two lesson plans are provided. I will add the third one as soon as I’m done with it. But for now, all needed material should be provided. Please let me know if you need anything else.
Sample papers are provided in the attachment.
There are two parts to this assignment:
1. Pedagogical Theory
2. Classroom Practice and Reflection
I use the file “What’s Up – Conversational Phrases” to prepare my students in role play scenarios for real-life situations. They absolutely love it.
I am also attaching all relevant screenshots about the dative and accusative cases from the textbook “Sag Mal” as well as a review of the book.

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Task descriiption: Students do individual research on one of individually sele

Task descriiption:
Students do individual research on one of individually selected aspects/themes where the display of the acquired knowledge and competence in the part of the course that pertain to linguistic ecology, organizational identity and language at work is revealed.
The research theme for individual study can be selected from the ones mentioned below:
(Module 1). Linguistic ecology perspective on representing socio-cultural reality( https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=OuIrr1iyUw&list) [in Boaventura’s, D. Dancing Queen]
( Module 2). Organizational identity: Trompenaar’s model at work ( https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=6lrPiRleRmw ( Loot -workplace doe’s and don’ts: office environment)
(Module 2). Economy of language at work: theoretical and practical study. (a study resource= the student’s choice)
Task requirements:
Students prepare and submit a descriiptive type of paper, which complies with the following requirements for its structure:
Introduction. States the purpose and content of the paper, explains the topicality of the study
Findings/Main body.
Theoretical part: explains the theoretical contributions/writings the study has been based on and explains how the study methodology has been established
Empirical part, explains what has been discovered and presents the data analysis
Conclusion. Summarizes the data gathered and presents the research conclusions drawn.
Organizational Structure of the paper:
A cover page (Affiliation, Title, name of the author, submission date)
Introduction
2) Findings
3) Conclusion
4) References
Text Volume: (not exceeding) 2000 words ( word count has to be indicated at the end of the paper)
Font: 12, space between margins: 1,5
Assessment criteria
1. Discourse organization: 1) speech organization: ppt , 2) text organization
2. Linguistic level accuracy: 1) use of the relevant vocabulary, 2) language quality (use of verb and its tenses, use of article, sentence structure);

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Task descriiption: Students do individual research on one of individually sele

Task descriiption:
Students do individual research on one of individually selected aspects/themes where the display of the acquired knowledge and competence in the part of the course that pertain to linguistic ecology, organizational identity and language at work is revealed.
The research theme for individual study can be selected from the ones mentioned below:
(Module 1). Linguistic ecology perspective on representing socio-cultural reality( https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=OuIrr1iyUw&list) [in Boaventura’s, D. Dancing Queen]
( Module 2). Organizational identity: Trompenaar’s model at work ( https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=6lrPiRleRmw ( Loot -workplace doe’s and don’ts: office environment)
(Module 2). Economy of language at work: theoretical and practical study. (a study resource= the student’s choice)
Task requirements:
Students prepare and submit a descriiptive type of paper, which complies with the following requirements for its structure:
Introduction. States the purpose and content of the paper, explains the topicality of the study
Findings/Main body.
Theoretical part: explains the theoretical contributions/writings the study has been based on and explains how the study methodology has been established
Empirical part, explains what has been discovered and presents the data analysis
Conclusion. Summarizes the data gathered and presents the research conclusions drawn.
Organizational Structure of the paper:
A cover page (Affiliation, Title, name of the author, submission date)
Introduction
2) Findings
3) Conclusion
4) References
Text Volume: (not exceeding) 2000 words ( word count has to be indicated at the end of the paper)
Font: 12, space between margins: 1,5
Assessment criteria
1. Discourse organization: 1) speech organization: ppt , 2) text organization
2. Linguistic level accuracy: 1) use of the relevant vocabulary, 2) language quality (use of verb and its tenses, use of article, sentence structure);

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Rewrite the paper according to the comments and suggestions given by a professor

Rewrite the paper according to the comments and suggestions given by a professor in the attached file.

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Rewrite the paper according to the comments and suggestions given by a professor

Rewrite the paper according to the comments and suggestions given by a professor in the attached file.

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Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented sp

Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented specifically for the PhD in Linguistics at Arizona university. Here is their instructions “Please provide a 1-2 page (single spaced) Statement of Research Interests. This statement should be as specific as possible. It should focus on the kind of research activities you would like to pursue at the University of Arizona and your long term career goals. (doc upload)

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Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented sp

Hello, Here is my personal statement can you make it more scientific oriented specifically for the PhD in Linguistics at Arizona university. Here is their instructions “Please provide a 1-2 page (single spaced) Statement of Research Interests. This statement should be as specific as possible. It should focus on the kind of research activities you would like to pursue at the University of Arizona and your long term career goals. (doc upload)

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What can studying non-literal meaning tell us about the nature of meaning? In pa

What can studying non-literal meaning tell us about the nature of meaning? In particular, how important is non-literal meaning to questions of understanding? We have encountered several types of non-literal meaning: implicature, humor, sarcasm, social meaning, kennings, and metaphor. Relevant authors to consider discussing in depth include Cicero, Lakoff and Johnson, Grice, Camp, Labov, and Eckert. In addition, the authors we’ve read who have talked about the role of meaning in science, computation, and thought have all concentrated on literal meaning. For instance, Bacon’s most compelling criticism of language has to do with how well the concepts expressed by the literal meaning of words do or don’t fit the natural world (his example was the concept expressed by the word wet); likewise, Whorf, Everett, and Gordon argue purely on the basis of literal meaning that language constrains thought; and nothing in Searle’s arguments depends on whether the Chinese input included meaning beyond simple literal meaning. Certainly non-literal meaning is some of the most fun and interesting part of meaning, and artistic works depend heavily on it. But how important is non-literal meaning to questions of understanding? To sharpen this question, imagine a person who understands literal meaning perfectly, but who never grasps implicature, humor, sarcasm, or metaphor. Would you agree or not that this person understands language (in, say, Searle’s sense of understand)?

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Dear writer, please find the instructions, the final project proposal, the annot

Dear writer, please find the instructions, the final project proposal, the annotated bibliography, and an example paper attached.
Please format in APA7 and let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.

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Research in applied linguistics: becoming a discerning consumer (3rd ed.).

Dear writer, the questions pertain to chapters of the following two books: Perry, F. L., Jr. (2017). Research in applied linguistics: Becoming a discerning consumer (3rd ed.). Routledge. Schmitt, N., & Rodgers, M. P.H. (Eds.). (2020). An introduction to applied linguistics (3rd ed.). Routledge. No outside sources, please. Thank you for your help.