What words come to the English, the Scots, and the Welsh when they are asked to summarize the history of their country?
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Despite its limitations, perhaps etymology can point to subterranean connections between words, spark possibilities for reflection and, thus, create or make explicit neglected semantic possibilities?
Togetherness and differentiation are key concepts in inclusive education. How can they be applied to history teaching, while considering at the same time the specifics of the subjects?
If one trusts the increasing demand for places in which language-sensitive history teaching [Sprachsensibler Geschichtsunterricht] is addressed, then this manifests (1) the somewhat problematic reflexes of history did…
Grammar has a reputation for tedium, and a well-deserved one, perhaps,… Historical grammars can, however, be a valuable tool for appraising historical thinking and for reflecting on how school history is made and understood.
The North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) education portal grandiosely states: “Bilingual teaching is a formula for success. The DESI (Deutsch-Englisch Schülerleistungen International) study commissioned by the Conference of German Education Ministers, projects at different schools,
While the German President, Joachim Gauck, is giving Turkey unsolicited suggestions about how to deal with the Armenian genocide, the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, in her speech on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Dachau concentration camp