Florian Faller is the 2nd Year German Language Coordinator in the CENES Department. Florian has native proficiency in German and has been studying languages (French, English, Latin, Classical Greek, Italian and Swedish, in that order) for most of his life.
Since beginning teaching German as a Foreign Language in 1998, he has taught at six different institutions in Italy and Canada. His main employer in Italy was the Goethe-Institut, the most respected institution for teaching German as a Foreign Language worldwide, where he taught all levels including Business German. He also has experience teaching German literature and linguistics. At the Scuola Superiore Interpreti e Traduttori Vittoria, he taught an undergraduate seminar in German literature: Literatur danach? Deutsche Nachkriegsliteratur, as well as an undergraduate seminar in German Language and Linguistics.
Florian came to UBC in 2001 and has taught German 100, 110, 200, 210, 300, 310, 400 and 433 in the CENES Department. He aims to establish a good connection with his students, and to enable them to communicate in German and to develop their intercultural awareness. He feels very fortunate about the people he has the privilege to work with.
Second / Foreign Language Acquisition
German as a Foreign Language