Browsing by Author "ZAWADZKA, Elżbieta"
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- ItemDie Neuropsychologie und der Sprach- bzw. Fremdsprä- chengebrauch(Wydawcnictwo Naukowe UAM, 1988) ZAWADZKA, ElżbietaThe aim of this paper is to present some results of the neuropsychological researches and their consequences for the glottodidactical theory. The author describes the main conceptions related to the organization and functioning of the brain during the processing of the verbal stimuli and also the results of the researches on the specialization of the left and right hemispheres. There has been discussed the problem of lateralization and its different conceptions, also with reference to bilingual persons. In the paper the attention has been paid to the consequences for the glottodicactic resulting from the neuropsychological researches, especially those resulting from the so-called critical period hypothesis about foreign language acquisition.
- ItemStereotype und Vorurteile im Fremdsprachenunterricht - sollte man sie bekämpfen, akzeptieren oder relativieren?(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 1997) ZAWADZKA, ElżbietaThe author of the article touches upon an extremely important concept of national tereotype. The import of the issue incrosses when it comes to countries with tragic past, like Germany and Poland. The presentation includes features of stereotype as opposed to Fremdbild, as well as the concept of prejudice. The conclusion introduces a suggestion to contuct intercul-tural trainig together with the popularisation of issues related to stereotype, and challenging the stereotype through everyday contacts with other ethnic groups.
- ItemWandlungen der Edukation und die Ausbildung von Fremdsprachenlehrern(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 1998) ZAWADZKA, Elżbieta
- ItemZu einigen Schwächen in der Lexikbehandlung im Fremdsprachenunterricht(Wydawcnictwo Naukowe UAM, 1993) ZAWADZKA, ElżbietaThe aim of the article is an attempt to answer the question of if, and to what extent, it is impossible to achieve communicative competence in school conditions. The author analyses the lexical material contained in school textbooks, some of the techniques of presentation and practice, as well as the problems of memorising lexical material. She points out to major shortcomings, weaknesses and inconsistencies in the area, which make the task of achieving communicative competence in school difficult, or even impossible, to attain. In conclusion, some suggestions are offered on how to work best with the lexical material.