Submission of Term Papers
Please regard the following when submitting your term papers:
- Please hand in your term paper as a PDF file via email for all lecturers. Exception: Terms papers for Professor Wilden should be sent to her office manager Evelyn Ehlert. For the time being, you must not hand in a hard copy of your term paper by mail.
- Ensure that your PDF file's name indicates your surname and the respective module (e.g., FD1.2 [surname].pdf).
- Hand in your term paper as one PDF file. There are free tools available online to merge several PDF files into one if necessary.
- For further information, please also have a look at https://www.uni-due.de/de/covid-19/studierende.php and https://www.uni-due.de/anglistik/applied_linguistics_didactics/index.
The EFL education department is concerned with the teaching and learning of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in schools. During their studies, student teachers gain fundamental knowledge and skills for teaching EFL in various schools: primary, secondary as well as vocational education. Core issues of the curriculum are communicative language teaching, language learning theory, methods and approaches to EFL education, digitalization, diversity and inclusion. All classes in our department are committed to the idea of nurturing the reflective practitioner as well as encouraging continuous professional development.
Our research is committed to school-based EFL education and teacher development. In particular, we are dedicated to linking our evidence-based research with practical classroom teaching. All our research projects follow an interdisciplinary approach and are conducted in collaboration with colleagues from related disciplines. The focus of our current research projects are: EFL education at primary and secondary level, digital media in language education, inclusive EFL education, professional development of EFL teachers, multilingualism, content and language integrated learning, and literature and film in EFL education.