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Shelf Classification English and American Studies

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General linguistics and literature studies, see SAA, SB.., SC... Diploma theses, see SAA 150.

AA General Reference Works

  • AA 100 General reference works, handbooks
  • AA 400 German monolingual dictionaries (see also SDA)
  • AA 500 English (see also SEA) and French (see also SFA) bilingual dictionaries
  • AA 600 Dictionaries of other languages, A to Z
  • AA 700 Academic writing
  • AA 900 Libraries, archives, documentation; pedagogic information and documentation; knowledge management; school libraries
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SEA  Reference Works, Introductions

Reference Works, Dictionaries

  • SEA 101-130 Monolingual dictionaries
  • SEA 201-220 Bi- and multilingual dictionaries
  • SEA 501-510 Etymology
  • SEA 601- Pronunciation
  • SEA 701-720 American English
  • SEA 801-810 Slang, dialects
  • SEA 901- Old and Middle English
  • SEA 1001-1010 Thesauruses
  • SEA 1101-1110 English usage
  • SEA 1201-1210 Stylistics, grammar
  • SEA 1301-1330 Idioms
  • SEA 1401-1410 Synonyms
  • SEA 1501- Proverbs and sayings
  • SEA 1601-1640Terminological dictionaries (e.g. Linguistics)
  • SEA 1701- Classroom language
  • SEA 1801-1840 Literary and biographical dictionaries
  • SEA 1901-Didactic dictionaries

Bibliographies

  • SEA 3000 Library catalogues etc.
  • SEA 3101- Didactics of English and foreign language teaching
  • SEA 3201-3210 English linguistics
  • SEA 3301-3340English literature studies
  • SEA 3401- Other

English Studies: General, Introductions, Study Aids

  • SEA 3501-3520 Study guides
  • SEA 3601-3620 Address files
  • SEA 3701- Atlases, maps
  • SEA 3801-3810 History of English studies
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SED  Didactics of English and Foreign Language Teaching

see also PCO 280

Allgemeines

  • SED 1-150 Didactics and methodology, general
  • SED 301-360 Collections, festschriften
  • SED 401-480 Language acquisition, learning theories
  • SED 501-530 History of English and foreign language teaching

Curricula and Guidelines

  • SED 701-720 General
  • SED 725 Bilingual instruction
  • SED 730 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • SED 732 Brandenburg
  • SED 734 Sachsen-Anhalt
  • SED 736 Thüringen
  • SED 738 Sachsen
  • SED 740 Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • SED 745 Rheinland-Pfalz
  • SED 750 Saarland
  • SED 755 Hessen
  • SED 760 Baden-Württemberg
  • SED 765 Bayern
  • SED 770 Schleswig-Holstein
  • SED 775 Niedersachsen
  • SED 780 Hamburg
  • SED 785 Bremen
  • SED 790 Berlin
  • SED 795 former GDR

Special Topics

  • SED 801-850 English and foreign language teaching in Primary school
  • SED 901-930 English and foreign language teaching in Secondary school
  • SED 1001-1020 Elementary instruction
  • SED 1101-1140 Teaching models, project classes
  • SED 1201-1210 Mono- and bilingual instruction (bilingual instruction see also PFC 9180)
  • SED 1301-1340 Oral skills, conversation, reading
  • SED 1401-1430 Differentiation
  • SED 1501-1530 Methodological aids for teaching and learning
  • SED 1601-1630 Adult and self instruction
  • SED 1701-1710 Didactic of English for specific purposes
  • SED 1801-1820 Computer assisted language learning

Use of Audiovisual Media in the Classroom

  • SED 1901-1930 General
  • SED 2001-2020 Study of teaching material
  • SED 2501-2530 Television and Film (incl. examples of instruction)
  • SED 2701-2710 Video and other media

Use of Non-technical Materials in the Classroom

  • SED 2900 Blackboard, picture materials (e.g. picture stories; for materials, see SEF 1501-, SEF 1701-)
  • SED 3101-3120 Educational games, role playing (for materials, see SEF 2001-)
  • SED 3301- Other materials

Didactics of Literature and Cultural Studies

  • SED 3401-3470 Didactics of literature
  • SED 3601-3640 Didactics of cultural studies and political education

Applied Linguistics

  • SED 3801-3870 General; Linguistics in language teaching (language acquisition, learning theories, see SED 401-)
  • SED 4101-4120 Didactics of pronunciation and phonology
  • SED 4201-4220 Didactics of vocabulary
  • SED 4301-4330 Didactics of grammar
  • SED 4401-4430 Psychology of language teaching
  • SED 4501-4530 Error analysis
  • SED 4601-4620 Writing skills, evaluation
  • SED 4701-4750 Language testing

Comparative Didactics

  • SED 4901-4950 English teaching in other countries; English as a second language in Great Britain
  • SED 5101-5160 English and foreign language teacher education (English studies, see SEA 3501-)
  • SED 5301- English as mother tongue
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SEE  Textbooks

Cornelsen

  • SEE 1- Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 100 Class readings, course materials

Diesterweg

  • SEE 400 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 500 Class readings, course materials

Hueber

  • SEE 600 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 700 Class readings, course materials

Klett

  • SEE 800-820 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 900 Class readings, course materials

Kamp

  • SEE 1000 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 1050 Class readings, course materials

Langenscheidt / Longman

  • SEE 1100 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 1200 Class readings, course materials

Lensing

  • SEE 1300-1320 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 1400-1430 Class readings, course materials

Schöningh

  • SEE 1500-1520 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 1600 Class readings, course materials

Schroedel

  • SEE 1700 Textbooks, grammars
  • SEE 1800 Class readings, course materials

Other Editors

  • SEE 2300 Other editors (incl. course materials). - Class readings, see SEF
  • SEE 3500 Textbooks for vocational training schools

Textbooks for Bilingual Instruction

  • SEE 4000 Geography
  • SEE 4100 History
  • SEE 4200 Arts, music
  • SEE 4300 Mathematics, sciences, technology
  • SEE 4400 Other disciplines
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SEF  Other Materials

Texts (if not shelved within SEE)

  • SEF 1-40 Class readings
  • SEF 301- Summaries, dictations
  • SEF 601-630 Conversation, reading, listening and reading comprehension
  • SEF 701- Composition
  • SEF 801-830 Songs, rhymes, riddles, plays
  • SEF 1001-1020 Text production
  • SEF 1200 Spelling and grammar exercises

Picture Materials (Literature, see SED 2901-)

Test Materials  

  • SEF 3001- Test materials (literature, see SED 4701-)

Computer-assisted Exercises

  • SEF 4001-4020 Computer-assisted exercises (literature, see SED 1801-)

School Dictionaries

  • SEF 6000 Learners' dictionaries, thesauruses
  • SEF 6100 Basic vocabulary
  • SEF 6200 Picture dictionaries
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SEG  Linguistics

General

  • SEG 1-50 Introductions
  • SEG 200-250 Sociolinguistics
  • SEG 300-380 Linguistic schools (historism, structuralism)

Language History

  • SEG 1000-1030 Comprehensive descriptions
  • SEG 1100-1130 Individual topics (if not classified elsewhere), historical stages (except modern English)
  • SEG 1200-1220 Festschriften, collections, research reports
  • SEG 1300-1320 Modern English, comprehensive descriptions
  • SEG 1400-1420 Modern English, individual topics (if not classified elsewhere)

Grammar and its Branches

Social and Areal Aspects

  • SEG 5000-5020 Dialects
  • SEG 5200-5220 American English
  • SEG 5400-5420 English in other continents (Africa, Asia, Australia)
  • SEG 5600-5610 Linguistic geography
  • SEG 5700-5710 Lexicology, Lexicography

Contrastive Aspects

  • SEG 6000- Comparative linguistics English - other languages
  • SEG 6200- English-German linguistic relations
  • SEG 6400-6450 Bi- and multilingualism
  • SEG 6600- Interference

Translation

Written Expression

  • SEG 7700Letter-writer's guide, written Expression

Language Courses and Exercises

  • SEG 8000-8020 Courses, beginner's level
  • SEG 8080-8100 Courses, advanced level
  • SEG 8140-8170 Courses, special exercises
  • SEG 8200-8230 English for specific purposes, textbooks and exercises
  • SEG 8500-8510 Vocabulary and word formation, exercises
  • SEG 9000 Language teaching programmes
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SEH  Cultural Studies

Cultural Studies of Great Britain and Ireland

  • SEH 1-10 General; Commonwealth of Nations
  • SEH 100-200 Land and people, general
  • SEH 300-330 Single regions and cities
  • SEH 400-520 History (see also GEN 600 ff., Ireland, see also SEH 2900- resp. GEN 1100)
  • SEH 600-680 Political institutions, public institutions (churches, see SEH 2500-)
  • SEH 721-890 Sociological inquiries
  • SEH 900-930 Culture, fine arts, architecture, mass media, entertainment

Education

  • SEH 1000-1010 History of education
  • SEH 1200-1260 General
  • SEH 1400-1410 Primary education
  • SEH 1500- Secondary education
  • SEH 1600-1620 Comprehensive school
  • SEH 1700- Public school
  • SEH 1800- Grammar school, other topics
  • SEH 1900- Universities, higher education
  • SEH 2000-2010 Teacher training
  • SEH 2100- Adult education

Other Topics

  • SEH 2500-2520 Religion and churches, philosophy in Great Britain
  • SEH 2800-2820 Source collections on social and cultural history; oral history
  • SEH 2900-2920 Ireland (see also SEH 400- and GEN 1100; Gaelic language and literature, see SFQ)

Cultural Studies of the United States

  • SEH 3000-3090 General; individual topics (if not classified elsewhere)
  • SEH 3200-3210 Regions, states, cities
  • SEH 3300-3340 History, general (see also GEN 2700 ff.)
  • SEH 3400-3430 Source collections, oral history
  • SEH 3500-3540 History, individual topics
  • SEH 3600-3640 Biographies
  • SEH 3700-3720 Political institutions (U.S. constitution, see SEH 3400)
  • SEH 3800 Administration, public institutions
  • SEH 3900-3980 Sociological inquiries (if not classified elsewhere)
  • SEH 4000-4090 Racial and minority questions; Afro-Americans
  • SEH 4100-4130 Indigenous people
  • SEH 4200-4200 Other minorities
  • SEH 4400-4420 Culture, arts, theatre, mass media, entertainment

Education

  • SEH 4500 History of education
  • SEH 4600-4640 General
  • SEH 4700 Primary education
  • SEH 4800 Secondary education, High school
  • SEH 4900-4930 Higher education; universities, colleges
  • SEH 5000 Teacher training
  • SEH 5100- Adult education

Religion, Churches, Philosophy

  • SEH 5500-5520 Religion, churches, philosophy in the U.S.

Cultural Studies of other English-speaking Countries (Australasia, see SEV)

  • SEH 7000-7040 Canada: cultural studies, history (see also GEN 3100), society, education, literature (authors, see SEL; language, see SEG, anthologies, see SEK)
  • SEH 8000 South Africa: cultural studies,history, society, education, literature (authors, see SEL; language, see SEG)
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SEI  Literature Studies

Literary History

  • SEI 1-20 Literary history of English speaking countries; Commonwealth literature
  • SEI 100-140 Literary history of Great Britain and Ireland, general
  • SEI 200-230 Literary history of the U.S., general (Canada, see SEH 7000-, South Africa, see SEH 8000-, Australasia, see SEV 1001-)
  • SEI 300-350 Literary history, single epochs

Literature Studies

  • SEI 500-530 Theory of literature, poetics, interpretation
  • SEI 700-720 Sociology of literature
  • SEI 1200- Comparative literature
  • SEI 1300-1310 General (if not classified elsewhere)
  • SEI 1400-1440 Topics, motifs and their history
  • SEI 1500-1530 Individual topics (if not classified elsewhere)
  • SEI 1900-1920 Festschriften, collections

Literary Genres

Poetry

  • SEI 2000-2030 General; individual genres of poetry, metrics
  • SEI 2200-2240 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEI 2400-2410 United States

Epics (except Short Story)

  • SEI 3000-3040 General, international
  • SEI 3200-3260 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEI 3400-3440 United States

Short Story

  • SEI 4000- General, international
  • SEI 4200- Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEI 4400-4410 United States

Non-fiction (Essay etc.)

  • SEI 5000-5010 General, international
  • SEI 5200-5210 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEI 5400 United States

Drama, Theatre

  • SEI 6000-6030 General, international
  • SEI 6200-6250 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEI 6400-6430 United States

Afro-American Literature

  • SEI 7000-7020 Afro-American literature (all genres)

Literary Criticism

  • SEI 8000-8020 Literary criticism
  • SEI 8200-8210 Collections of texts and sources

Collections of Interpretations

  • SEI 9000- Mixed genres
  • SEI 9200-9210 Poetry
  • SEI 9400- Epics
  • SEI 9500- Short story
  • SEI 9600- Drama
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SEK  Anthologies

(Australasia, see SEV 2001-)

Several Genres or Literatures

  • SEK 1-10 General, international
  • SEK 100-110 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEK 200- United States, Canada

Poetry

  • SEK 600-630 General, international
  • SEK 700-750 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEK 800- United States, Canada

Popular Literature, Ballads (incl. Secondary Literature)

  • SEK 1200-1210 General, international
  • SEK 1300-1310 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEK 1400-1410 United States, Canada

Afro-American Literature

  • SEK 1500- Afro-American literature (all genres)

Small Genres (Songs, Humour, Nonsense Poetry)

  • SEK 1600- General, international
  • SEK 1700-1710 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEK 1800 United States, Canada

Epics

  • SEK 2100-2120 General, international
  • SEK 2200-2230 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEK 2300-2330 United States, Canada

Non-fiction (Essays, Speeches etc.)

  • SEK 2700- General, international
  • SEK 2800-2810 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEK 2900 United States, Canada

Drama, Other

  • SEK 3200- General, international
  • SEK 3300-3320 Great Britain and Ireland
  • SEK 3400- United States, Canada
  • SEK 3600-3610 Varia et curiosa
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SEL  A - Z of Authors

  • SEL A - Z Authors (primary and secondary literature)

SEM  Children's and Juvenile Literature

  • SEM 1-40 Picture books
  • SEM 201- Children's books modelled on classic works of literature
  • SEM 401-430 Children's books and books for young people
  • SEM 701-720 Nursery rhymes and poems
  • SEM 901-920 Secondary literature on children's and juvenile literature
  • SEM 1201-1220 Folk tales and legends
  • SEM 1501 Secondary literature on folk tales and legends

SET  Miscellaneous

  • SET 7000-7060 Cultural relations between America and Europe; European perceptions of America; Relations between Great Britain and Germany
  • SET 7301-7310 Social psychology, studies in prejudice
  • SET 8001-8020 Cultural studies on Germany; American perception of Germany

SEV  Australasia

  • SEV 1-20 General
  • SEV 201-220 History (see also GEN 4400)
  • SEV 401-440 State, society, education, economy
  • SEV 901- Art, culture
  • SEV 1001-1010 Literature studies, literary history (authors, see SEL)
  • SEV 2001-Anthologies (language, see SEG)

Journals

  • Alphabetical shelving

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