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1. Semi-autonomous blended learning for Intercultural Communication in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. - Verjans, M.; Gelan, A.
INTERcCOM (Intercultural communication in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine) is an Interreg project co-ordinated by the Center of Applied Linguistics - Hasselt University. The projects' aims are to improve mutual communication and to simplify studying and working in the EMR, composed of 3 different languages and 5 different cultures. To achieve this goal, a scientific research consisting of a language and a culture part was undertaken, in which we sought an answer to the following main questions: - What interference errors and other recurrent errors do native youngsters and young Polish and Turkish immigrants keep on making in the other region's languages?...

2. Theorie getoetst aan de praktijk - Semi-autonoom gecombineerd taal en cultuur leren in hoger onderwijs - Verjans, Martine
Universiteit Hasselt, faculteit Bedrijfseconomische Wetenschappen, kiest voor autonoom digitaal leren in combinatie met contacturen. De kloof tussen het niveau van de heterogene groep instromende studenten aan de faculteit en de hoge eisen van de arbeidsmarkt, het beperkt aantal verplichte studiepunten en de minimale personeelsomkadering gaven aanleiding tot een grondige reflectie over inhoud en didactiek van het vak Economisch en Zakelijk Frans aan de universiteit van Hasselt. Via e-learning vergaren studenten nu de bouwstenen van economisch en zakelijk Frans volgens hun persoonlijke voorkeur. Daarna komen de bouwstenen van de taal tot leven in hun communicatie met de docent en hun medestudenten.

3. De zilveren editie van de 'Vlaamse Olympiade van het Frans', huidige gegevens, verleden en impact - Verjans, Martine; Clijsters, Willy

4. Semi-autonoom gecombineerd taalleren: theorie aan de praktijk getoetst - Verjans, Martine; Clijsters, Willy

5. Are Latin pons, pontifex and the Indo-European cognates evidence of an i stem? - DE DECKER, Filip
Sanskrit panth??h, Avestan pant??, Old Persian pa??im, Latin pons (and its compound pontifex), Greek ????????????????? and ??????????????, Armenian hun (genitive hni), Old Church Slavic p??nt??, Old Prussian pintis cannot easily be reconciled into one single paradigm and, consequently, the exact reconstruction is debated. It has been argued that the Indo-Iranian, Latin, Armenian and Balto-Slavic forms are evidence for an i stem, either original (Schmidt, Bezzenberger, Hirt e.a.) or of secondary and laryngeal origin (Beekes, Schrijver). Starting from the two different "i reconstructions" this article re-examines the Latin, Greek and Indo-Iranian cognates, and tries to account for the evolutions in the...

6. An analysis in the mirror of two evidential semi-copules : s'averer and se reveler - Tobback, Els; Lauwers, Peter
This paper offers a corpus-based study of two evidential (semi-)copular verbs in French. It deals with their degree of synonymy and the extent to which they are grammaticalized as semi-copulas. First, the study of subcategorization and semantic restrictions of both the direct and indirect (marked) construction with comme, completed by the careful scrutiny of contextual elements, shows that both verbs exhibit slight meaning differences with respect to the inferential process involved in the encoding of indirect inferential evidentiality (Willet 1988) : “results” (se révéler) vs “reasoning” (s’avérer). Second, both verbs fit quite well in the paradigm of copular verbs, although s’avérer...

7. Sittards in de Middeleeuwen. Deel II. - Wethlij, Alex

8. Evidence for laryngeal aspiration in Greek? Part I: The "recent" evidence - De Decker, Filip
Since de Saussure, H. Pedersen and Kurylowicz the Sanskrit (and Indo-Iranian) voiceless aspirates are considered to be the result from the combination of a plain voiceless plosive and a laryngeal (*h(2) according to most scholars), and, consequently, the existence of phonemic voiceless aspirates in PIE is no longer accepted. In more recent times, an evolution similar to that of Indo-Iranian has been assumed for Greek as well but the Greek situation is less convincing and has not been investigated as thoroughly as the Indo-Iranian branch. This article investigates the "recent" evidence in favour of the laryngeal aspiration in Greek (Peters...

9. Leven met onzekerheid (3). Adjectieven en bijwoorden die de realiteit relativeren. - Wethlij, Alex

10. Leven met onzekerheid (2). Adjectieven die de realiteit relativeren. - Wethlij, Alex

11. Leven met onzekerheid (1). Bijwoorden die de realiteit relativeren. - Wethlij, Alex

12. Vlaamse olympiade van het Frans – XXIV (2010-2011) en XXV (2011-2012): verslag en perspectieven - Clijsters, Willy; Verjans, Martine
After an analysis of the importance of the French language for the Belgian import-export, this contribution gives an overview of the 24th edition of the Olympiad of French in Flanders (highlights)and presents the organizational changes of the 25th Olypiad. It ends with a presentation of the LinguaCluster-site, a brand new site for the learning of the three local languages of the euregio Meuse-Rhine.

13. Olyfran, Olympi@de du français ou comment motiver les jeunes à apprendre le français - Clijsters, Willy
Les olympiades de math et des sciences sont mondialement connues. Ce modèle a conduit en Flandre (BE) à l'olympi@de du français, initiative qui, sous forme de compétition, réunit des participants de presque tout l'enseignement secondaire. Chaque année, des commissions interuniversitaires composent les 4 x 100 exercices pour classer les participants des quatre catégories du concours. Tout ce matériel est mis en accès libre sur internet où il peut servir à tester ou à améliorer sa maîtrise du français. Chacun qui le souhaite, peut même y organiser sa propre compétition de français.

14. Communication Quotidienne (dans les affaires) - Verjans, Martine; Amand, Jos
Thanks to a well-considered didactic method, Communication Quotidienne (dans les Affaires), you learn how to communicate properly in French with authentic dialogues. Communicative skills work together with grammatical correctness. The logical construction of this user-friendly module gives you the opportunity to have your individual track, precisely what you need: real dialogues taken out of the current (business) life based on communication exercises. For each exercise you receive a constructive feedback on your mistakes. Should this feedback not be complete enough, then you get a recapitulation of the grammar rule you have not mastered yet. Or you want to get the hang...

15. LinguaCluster: "Be citizen of the world, learn your neighbour’s language" - Clijsters, Willy
This slogan has been chosen by ten partners from the euregion Meuse-Rhine as the baseline of all the actions to be undertaken in the framework of the Interreg-IV-A project, Linguacluster. The common goal is to simplify the learning of the three local languages of that region i.e. Dutch, French and German. Therefore a series of events will be organized and a lot of brand new materials for language learners as well as for language teachers will be created taking into account the cultural differences in communication of the three language communities.

16. Evidence for laryngeal aspiration in Greek? Part 1: The "recent" evidence - De Decker, Filip
Since De Saussure, H. Pedersen and Kuryłowicz the Sanskrit (and Indo-Iranian) voiceless aspirates are considered to be the result from the combination of a plain voiceless plosive and a laryngeal (*h2 according to most scholars), and, consequently, the existence of phonemic voiceless aspirates in PIE is no longer accepted. In more recent times, an evolution similar to that of Indo-Iranian has been assumed for Greek as well but the Greek situation is less convincing and has not been investigated as thoroughly as the Indo-Iranian branch. This article investigates the “recent” evidence in favour of the laryngeal aspiration in Greek (Peters...

17. Stang's Law and the Indo-European word for "cow" - De Decker, Filip
The present article investigates the etymology of the Indo-European word for "cow" and looks at two types of reconstruction, with and without laryngeal: *gwous and *gweh3us (suggested by Kuryłowicz in 1927) or *gwh3eus (as already suggested by de Saussure in 1878). By assessing the instances where Stang's Law operated and failed to operate, we find that the correct reconstruction is *gwous. The accusative singular of the word "cow" in Doric and Homeric Greek, Sanskrit, Sabellic and the Greek hekatombe are additional evidence in favour of this reconstruction. The article also looks at two possible arguments against that reconstruction (the short...

18. Are Latin pons, pontifex and the Indo-European cognates evidence of an i stem? - De Decker, Filip
Sanskrit panthāh, Avestan pantǡ, Old Persian paθim, Latin pons (and its compound pontifex), Greek pontos and patos, Armenian hun (genitive hni), Old Church Slavic pǫntƅ, Old Prussian pintis cannot easily be reconciled into one single paradigm and, consequently, the exact reconstruction is debated. It has been argued that the Indo-Iranian, Latin, Armenian and Balto-Slavic forms are evidence for an i stem, either original (Schmidt, Bezzenberger, Hirt e.a.) or of secondary and laryngeal origin (Beekes, Schrijver). Starting from the two different "i reconstructions" this article re-examines the Latin, Greek and Indo-Iranian cognates, and tries to account for the evolutions in the...

19. Language and Text-to-Speech technologies for highly accessible language & culture learning - Gelan, Anouk
This contribution presents the results of the “Speech technology integrated learning modules for Intercultural Dialogue” project. The project objective was to increase the availability and quality of e-learning opportunities for less widely-used and less taught European languages using a user-friendly and highly accessible learning environment. The integration of new Text-to-Speech developments into web-based authoring software for tutorial CALL had a double goal: on the one hand increase the accessibility of e-learning packages, also for learners having difficulty reading (e.g. dyslexic learners) or preferring auditory learning; on the other hand exploiting some didactic possibilities of this technology.

20. Le Web 2.0 dans l'enseignement des langues? - CUSTERS, Giedo

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