This is the second obligatory course for students studying to become EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teachers. The main objective for students is to build on their knowledge of the fundamental theories, concepts, topics and approaches to school-based EFL education gained in FD1.1. Students develop their knowledge and skills for communicative language teaching (CLT) with a special focus on skills- and task-based approaches, language learning theory as well as the role of culture, literature and media in EFL education. Students will be encouraged to critically analyse and reflect on implementing these issues in the EFL classroom of their respective school type. Thus, this course will support student teachers to take the next steps in becoming reflective practitioners. This seminar will be supported through various E-learning opportunities. Students are expected to regularly participate, thoroughly prepare and actively contribute to each meeting. Further, this course is dedicated to the basics of academic writing in EFL education as student teachers are required to write their first term papers in EFL education at the end of term.