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Marion Scherer

Einen guten Tag wünsche ich euch allen,  

ich bin Marion Scherer und unterrichte seit September 2022 als Lehrbeauftragte an der Hochschule Darmstadt.  Ich wohne in Mainz am Rhein und habe dort an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität studiert.

Seit 1992 bin ich als Dozentin für Deutsch als Fremdsprache an verschiedenen deutschen Universitäten, Sprachschulen und im Firmenunterricht tätig. Dort unterrichte ich Kursniveaus von A1 – C1 und habe in dieser Zeit immer wieder festgestellt, wie wertvoll die Verknüpfung von Kultur und Sprache beim Erwerb einer neuen Sprache ist.  

Deshalb bin ich ganz besonders froh, das DACADU-Projekt im Herbst 2023 zu begleiten,  und die internationalen Studierenden dabei zu unterstützen, im lebendigen Austausch das Erlernte zu festigen und ihre interkulturellen Fähigkeiten zu erweitern.

Es ist schön, euch ganz bald kennenzulernen. Ich freue mich auf eine intensive, fröhliche Zeit und ganz viel lebendiges Lernen mit euch. 

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    Ich bin Marion Scherer und unterrichte seit September 2022 als Lehrbeauftragte an der Hochschule Darmstadt. Seit 1992 bin ich als Dozentin für Deutsch als Fremdsprache an verschiedenen deutschen Universitäten, Sprachschulen und im Firmenunterricht tätig. Dort unterrichte ich Kursniveaus von A1 – C1.

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