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Titre: Zum Beitrag der Projektarbeit im berufsorientierten DaF-Unterricht an der Universität
Auteur(s): DAHMANI, Kheira
Mots-clés: project work in the DaF lessons, project-oriented teaching, German as a foreign language, career-oriented goals, chances of work of the DaF students
Date de publication: 2019
Editeur: Université d'Oran 2 Mohamed Ben Ahmed
Résumé: The vocational orientation concept through project work in the DaF lessons should be seen today as an integral element because of the globalization and dynamics in the working world. It is well known that in the master’s program in Algerian universities, students should opt for a research project, namely to write a master’s thesis, not only having to work theoretically, but also to do something practical. The theory has long been a most unpopular tradition, however, the practice is rarely found in the master’s program. It is important to emphasize that in the master’s program -DaF-Didactics- the learner is only considered and oriented as a later DaF-teacher, i. In the future he will only be teaching German, which is why the reprofiling of the Algerian university-based DaF lessons is of great value. Occupational and project-oriented teaching is the focus of this study. The present article was developed under the following research question: how does the university-based vocational and projectoriented teaching of German as a foreign language influence the future chances of work of the DaF students? The integration of projects with career-oriented goals would be sustained based on the unemployment of many non-oriented DaF graduates. We therefore try to describe the reference of vocational, project-oriented teaching and its contribution to the job-oriented Master’s program in Algerian DaF teaching.
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