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University (Main Educational Sector)
CLIL - Content and language integrated learning
Intercultural awareness (any language)
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Scenario is a new bilingual (English - German), peer-reviewed, online journal, bridging the fi elds of arts and foreign-/second-language education. The concept of language teaching as a science became an accepted view in the course of the 20th century. In contrast, SCENARIO aims at promoting foreign – and second-language teaching and learning as a form of art, and ultimately works towards a performative turn in modern language education. The journal responds to the needs of language teachers, scholars, theatre professionals and drama- and theatrein- education specialists, for a platform within which they can engage in interdisciplinary and intercultural dialogue. SCENARIO readers are introduced to innovative concepts of drama-based language teaching and learning, and models of teaching practice which can be adapted to different target groups and institutional settings. The editors intend to stimulate the subject debate in the area of (theatre) arts and foreign-/second- language education • through an extensive research bibliography on SCENARIO’s homepage • by making interested colleagues aware of new publications, upcoming events and hot links • and also through book publications based on selected contributions to SCENARIO. The members of the 16 strong Advisory Board represent language teaching institutions in fi ve EU countries in addition to Canada. The members come from different research disciplines and fi elds of practice, including English, German and French as a Foreign Language, Education, Literature Studies, Intercultural Studies, Applied Linguistics, Drama and Theatre in Education, and Drama and Theatre Studies. The journal which appears twice a year (summer/winter) and is based at the National University of Ireland –University College Cork, is edited by Manfred Schewe, Department of German, University College Cork, and Susanne Even, Department of Germanic Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, in close cooperation with Peter Flynn, Electronic Publishing Unit, UCC. Contact e-mail address: ISSN 1649-8526


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Department of German, University College Cork
Dr. Manfred Schewe
University College Cork
Tel: ++353 21 490 20 78