Inflöde-bearbetning-utflöde : En studie om språk- och kunskapsutvecklande arbetssätt i internationella klasser.

by Asinger, Arian

Abstract (Summary)

Language is the basis for all communication. Man needs a rich and nuanced language to understand and be understood. With a new language is a new culture, a new identity and a new need to be included in a community. Language develops only if it is used. The use of the language through conversation, reading and writing, working in various forms, gives the student capability to process the inflow of a future outflow.

Arian Asinger is the author of this essay written at Södertörn University spring semester 2009. Instructor for the paper has been Per Sundgren. The essay has been named "Inflow - processing - output. A study of language- and knowledge based development approach in international classes".

This work puts forward four teachers teaching methods in international classes in a school in central Sweden. With international classes meant preparation classes to newly arrived refugees and immigrants with a different mother tongue than Swedish. The main purpose of this study is to present the teaching methods of research considers the promotion of pupils' learning and language skills development. This has been lodged against the teachers working in reality and what teaching methods they use.

The material is collected from a qualitative research through interviews. The result is then analyzed against previous research which shows differences in teaching methods and educational philosophy which might depend on teachers' educational background in the subject Swedish as a second language.

Bibliographical Information:


School:Södertörns högskola

School Location:Sweden

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:svenska som andraspråk internationella klasser förberedelseklass språk och kunskapsutveckling undervisningsmetoder


Date of Publication:01/01/2009

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