Stephanie Gleixner-Weyrauch: Wie entsteht ein Lehrwerk? - Einblicke in die Arbeit eines Schulbuchautors - July 13, 2016

1. Stephanie Gleixner-Weyrauch
Stefanie Gleixner-Weyrauch studied at the University of Augsburg to become a teacher for primary schools. Since completing her traineeship, she has been teaching at a primary school in Munich and for more than 10 years, she has also been one of the authors of the course "Sally". Apart from her activities as an author and the writing of articles for the primary school magazine "English", she worked at a grammar school in Munich for one school year, and at the Chair of School Pedagogy at the Ludwing-Maximilians-Universität for some terms. She supervises during their internships, is a supervising teacher for future teachers as well as an assistant examiner at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität.

2. Abstract of the Lecture
It is a long way before a course book makes its way into the pupils' hands. The lecture provides a deeper insight into the work of a school book's author. Using many different examples from the course "Sally", the steps of the formation process of a course are illustrated from the first idea to the complete lesson. This provides a look behind the scenes of the work when creating a course book. Listeners will learn how a school book is created and how it is worked on. Who becomes the author of a course book? How is a chapter created? How much can authors decide for themselves? Where are the limits? The lecture answers these and many more questions.

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