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Sylvia Warnecke's OpenLearn Profile

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Sylvia Warnecke

Sylvia Warnecke's research

Mirjam Hauck, Rebecca Galley and Sylvia Warnecke (2016-03-23) Researching participatory literacy and positioning in online learning communities, Routledge

Mirjam Hauck and Sylvia Warnecke (2012-11-22) Materials design in CALL: social presence in online environments, Bloomsbury

Mirjam Hauck and Sylvia Warnecke (2012) Fostering social presence through task design, In Fremdsprachen und Hochschule 2(85)

Mairead NicNeacail and Sylvia Warnecke (2011-05-26) Face-to-Face teaching in blended contexts, Dunedin Academic Press

Hannelore Green et al. (2011-05-26) Asynchronous online teaching, Dunedin Academic Press

Sylvia Warnecke (2010) Repercussions of writing under socialism: GDR retellings of myths and epics as educational tools and challenging testimonies, In Interjuli 1

Sylvia Warnecke (2009-07) Myth adaptations for children in the German democratic republic-potential and limitations of socio-critical writing in an authoritan society, In The Journal of Children's Literature Studies 2(6)

Barbel Brash and Sylvia Warnecke (2009-04) Shedding the ego: Drama-based role-play and identity in distance language tuition, In The Language Learning Journal 1(37)

Sylvia Warnecke (2003) Reynard the Fox for children in the GDR: the story of a tamed villain's adventures?, In Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 3(84)

Sylvia Warnecke (2001) The GDR: a paradise for children's literature? Between idealism and control of Marxist-Leninist cultural policy, In Literatuur Zonder Leeftijid 56(15)

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