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Short Answer Questions or Modified Essay questions – More Than a Technical Issue  [PDF]
Sven Wallerstedt, Gudrun Erickson, Susanna M. Wallerstedt
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2012.31005
Abstract: Purpose, The present article was built on the assumption that the form of an examination may influence learning, and may also reflect different kinds of knowledge. The aim of the study was to evaluate whether the results of an examination differ when short answer questions (SAQ) or modified essay questions (MEQ) are used. Method, Forty-nine students in the internal medicine course in Gothenburg, Sweden, performed a written examination in 2003, which included both SAQ and MEQ. Result, The correlation between the results of SAQ and MEQ was 0.59 (P < 0.001). The percentage correctly answered questions in the two types did not differ significantly. Some students had poor results in either SAQ or MEQ. Conclusion, The general outcome of the study indicates that results of SAQ and MEQ demonstrate a significant correlation. However, they may also reflect differences in mastery of the knowledge domain, which should be considered in relation to aspects of validity
Multilingualism and the language education landscape: challenges for teacher training in Europe
Gudrun Ziegler
Multilingual Education , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/2191-5059-3-1
Abstract: Europe is at the forefront of the development of policies that promote multilingualism in its member states, both on the social and the institutional level, as well as plurilingualism on the individual level. As Europe faces the challenge of multilingual education and diversity on various and exceedingly heterogeneous levels with regard to plurilinguals' realities, stakeholders and key decision-makers have developed visions of the situation of language teacher education and its structures. This paper presents these visions and provides insights from a recent critical evaluation of the policy instrument "European profile for language teacher education" (first published in 2004). Based on the study results obtained from a hundred decision-makers and language teacher trainers who participated in a European study on language teacher education, we discuss their perspectives relative to the current training infrastructure available in Europe. This study highlights key problematic issues, especially in light of the increasingly diverse student bodies, and highlights potential solutions for the European language context.
Rezension zu: Die Jagd nach dem Buchst dter Bibliotheksmarder. Ein spannendes Verbrechen in einer Bibliothek (Walther Umst tter)
Gudrun Gutenberg
Libreas : Library Ideas , 2010,
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Nation in a sheep’s coat: The Icelandic sweater Nation in a sheep’s coat: The Icelandic sweater
Gudrun Helgadottir
FORMakademisk , 2011,
Abstract: The Icelandic sweater is presented and received as being traditional—even ancient—authentically Icelandic and hand made by Icelandic women from the wool of Icelandic sheep. Even so, the sweater type, the so-called ‘Icelandic sweater’ in English, only dates back to the mid-20th century and is not necessarily made in Iceland nor from indigenous wool. Nevertheless, the sweater is a successful invention of a tradition (Hobsbawm & Ranger, 1983), popular among Icelanders and tourists alike since its introduction in the mid-20th century. It has gained ground as a national symbol, particularly in times of crisis for example in the reconstruction of values in the aftermath of the Icelandic bank collapse of 2008. I traced the development of the discourse about wool and the origins of the Icelandic sweater by looking at publications of the Icelandic National Craft Association, current design discourse in Iceland and its effect on the development of the wool industry. I then tied these factors to notions of tradition, authenticity, national culture, image and souvenirs. The Icelandic sweater is presented and received as being traditional—even ancient—authentically Icelandic and hand made by Icelandic women from the wool of Icelandic sheep. Even so, the sweater type, the so-called ‘Icelandic sweater’ in English, only dates back to the mid-20th century and is not necessarily made in Iceland nor from indigenous wool. Nevertheless, the sweater is a successful invention of a tradition (Hobsbawm & Ranger, 1983), popular among Icelanders and tourists alike since its introduction in the mid-20th century. It has gained ground as a national symbol, particularly in times of crisis for example in the reconstruction of values in the aftermath of the Icelandic bank collapse of 2008. I traced the development of the discourse about wool and the origins of the Icelandic sweater by looking at publications of the Icelandic National Craft Association, current design discourse in Iceland and its effect on the development of the wool industry. I then tied these factors to notions of tradition, authenticity, national culture, image and souvenirs.
Poetry and ethos: toward an ontic understanding
Gudrun Kuschke
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1988, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v53i2.872
Abstract: Die artikel poneer 'n geintegreerde strukturele sisteem waarvolgens die leser po sie normatief kan ontleed en evaiueer. Hoe weI die religieus gefundeerde fiiosofiese basis rigting gewend op tree, beperk dit die subjektiewe benadering van die leser geensins nie. Aangesien die skrywer van mening is dat die kunsproduk die totale religieuse standpunt van die digter weergee, word dit hier bewys dat dit dus ook moontlik is om die geobjektiveerde etos in die gedig deur middel van die strukturele metode te kan identifiseer en analiseer.
Dimensional understanding of poetry
Gudrun Kuschke
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1981, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v46i4.1121
Abstract: Integrated literary ana! ysis departsfrom the poetic text. A ndyet this hy no means implies the isolation of the poem, excluding all external references like time and belief. It is only by means o f a structural approach in which form, content and contextual relevance cohere, that the valencial potential of a text is unfolded. In this article one particular poem ‘Der Rngel. Advent’ by Reinhold Schneider has been utilized to show how the analytic consideration of the aspects of time and beliefs, reveals the total richness, the depth and dimension in the poem.
Autobiographien von Frauen als historische Quelle. Eine einzigartige Sammlung an der Freien Universit t Berlin – ein Projektbericht
Gudrun Wedel
querelles-net , 2008,
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Invited Comments
Boysen Gudrun
Neurology India , 2005,
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Vom digitalen Lexikon zum Forum Hexenforschung - der Themenschwerpunkt "Geschichte der Hexenverfolgung" des Servers Frühe Neuzeit
Gersmann, Gudrun
Zeitenblicke , 2002,
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The use of geothermal energy at a chieftan's farm in medieval Iceland
Gudrun Sveinbjarnardottir
Archaeology International , 2003, DOI: 10.5334/ai.0707
Abstract: Archaeological investigations at the farm site of Reykholt, in the Reykholtsdalur valley in western Iceland (Fig. 1 ), have produced evidence of sophisticated use of geothermal energy in the medieval period that is unmatched by comparable finds elsewhere in this geothermally and volcanically active country.
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