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Donnerstag 18.06. 18.00 - 21.00 Uhr

Teacher Training: „(E-)Life is (not) Strange“

Video Game-Based Language Learning Theory and Practice for Secondary, Higher and Adult Education

Teacher Training

60 Years of Stuttgart-St. Louis Sister Cities


Location: TREFFPUNKT Rotebühlplatz, vhs stuttgart, Rotebühlplatz 28, 70173 Stuttgart
Admission: free
Language: English
Registration: by June 9 via buettner@daz.org


This workshop will demonstrate how some commercially-available video games can be used to engage students and enhance the process of language and culture acquisition. Not only do video games offer a high degree of authenticity in the different language registers they present, they also require interaction and can deliver significant cultural content. The workshop will consist in a theoretical part and a practical part with work groups and examples to use in the language classroom.

Please bring your smartphone, tablet or laptop.


With: Dr. Simone Bregni, Saint Louis University

Dr. Simone Bregni

Dr. Simone Bregni is an Associate Professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures at Saint Louis University (SLU). His recent research focuses on video games as didactic tools in foreign language acquisition and Video Game-Based Learning.