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Dr. Anne N. Hinga

Name:Dr. Anne N. Hinga
Title/Qualifications: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. in German Linguistics)
Department/Unit/Section: Foreign Languages Department
Contact Address: 12890, 00100 NAIROBI
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Position: Lecturer
Research Interests: Multilingualism,Second Language Acquisition,Teaching of German as a Foreign Language,Error, Error Analysis and Therapy,Training of German teachers

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Conferences

  • June 2015 Ostafrikanischer Germanistenverband: Vereinsgründung und Tagung zur Förderung der Nachwuchsgermanisten in der Region. Held at the Goethe Institut, Kenya
  • May 2013 GermanistischeTagung 4
  • September 2013 The GANAA Summer School: Practising Multilingualism in (Higher) Education in Africa. Held at University of Pretoria, South Africa,Paper: “Multilingualism in the teaching of German as a Foreign Language (DaF) in Kenyan Universities”
  • July 2013 Multilingualism and Education. Global practices, challenges and the way forward. Held at Kenyatta University,Paper: “English as a Resource to Learners of German in Kenya”
  • November 2012 Zukunftsperspektiven für Germanistik in der Region Ostafrika. Held at University of Nairobi,Paper:“Deutsch an der Kenyatta Universitӓt: Zahlen und Prognose”
  • September 2012 GANAA 2012 Summer School on Multilingualism and Language Policies in Africa.Held at Bondo University College, Kenya,Paper: “Deutsch in Kenia: Zur Interimsprache Kenianischer Deutschlerner”
  • March 2012 Poster Presentation at the DAAD Conference of German Studies in Sub-SaharanAfrica: Deutsche Sprache und Kultur im afrikanischen Kontext. Held at Stellenbosch University, South Africa
  • November 2010 5th International GANAA Workshop. Multilingualism and Languages policy in West and Central Africa. Held at the University Cheikh Anta Diop Dakar, Senegal,Paper: “Learning and Teaching a Foreign Language in a Multilingual Setting: A case of German in Kenya”
  • November 2009 4th International GANAA Workshop: Between Scylla and Charybdis? – Indigenous languages vs. international languages as languages of instruction and subjects

Seminars / Workshops Attended

  • September 2016 Awareness Training on ISO 9001-2015, Quality Management Systems (QMS) Standard (Kenyatta University)
  • June 2015 First Aid Course of the German Red Cross (German School, Nairobi)
  • October 2014 Use of SMART-Boards/Interactive Whiteboards in the teaching of German as a Foreign Language (Goethe Institut, Kenya)
  • July 2013 Use of SMART-Boards/Interactive Whiteboards in the teaching of German as a Foreign Language (Goethe Institut, Kenya)
  • August 2012 Experiencing the German Culture: Two Cities in Northern Germany (Rostock and Bremen, Germany)
  • February 2012 First Aid Course of the German Red Cross (German Embassy, Nairobi)
  • October 2011 Multi-Sensory Methods in the Teaching of German as a Foreign Language (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • November 2010 Learner-Centered Curriculum Development in German as a Foreign Language (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • April 2010 Presentation Techniques (German School, Nairobi)
  • December 2009 Seminar for Lecturers of German from Sub-Saharan Africa (Leipzig, Germany)
  • November 2009 Creative Writing in the Teaching of German as a Foreign Language (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • September 2009 Ph.D. Proposal Writing Workshop by the German Education Exchange Service (DAAD) (University of Nairobi)
  • March 2009 Workshop on Gender Mainstreaming in the Curriculum (Kenyatta University)
  • April 2008 Seminar on the model “GrünesDiplom” for German Teacher Training (Goethe Institut, München) 6
  • November 2008 Music in the Teaching of German as a Foreign Language (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • December 2007 Seminar on Teaching German as a Foreign Language to Semi-illiterates learners (Goethe Institut, München)
  • November 2007 Autonomous Learning in German as a Foreign Language (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • September 2007 DAAD Workshop on Scientific Writing (University of Nairobi)
  • November 2006 German Language and Culture in the New Media (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • September 2006 DAAD Workshop on Theories of Literary Analysis (University of Nairobi)
  • November 2005 Seminar on Working with Texts in the Language Classroom (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • November 2002 Group Work and Internal Differentiation in the Classroom (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)
  • November 2001 Seminar on Creative Grammar in Language Classroom (Goethe Institut, Nairobi)

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