Englisches Seminar

Teaching & Advising

For current courses please consult the CAMPUS platform.

Courses in the Past:

  • Teaching English as a Foreign Language: An Introduction (Lecture)
  • Intercultural Encounters: The Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Embracing Everyone: Inclusive Education and the Teaching of English
  • Planning Literature Lessons
  • Growing Up: Young Adult Literature and Foreign Language Learning
  • Environmental Issues in the Teaching of EFL
  • The Classics and Teaching EFL: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
  • Play it Again: Film Literacy
  • Act it out! Teaching English with Drama & Plays
  • Colloquium for Writers of Theses/ Research Papers (Bachelor/Master of Education, Lehramt)

Advising of Theses and PhD Projects

I gladly supervise research projects and theses in all of my fields of academic interest. Candidates are asked to join the Colloquium for Writers of Theses/Research Papers (see appropriate listings on the CAMPUS platform).

Dissertations / PhD Projects
  • Mario SCHADTLE on Digital Media
  • Jan Eric SCHNELLBACHER on Young Adult Dystopian Fiction
  • Daniel SCHÖNBAUER on Carribean Fiction
  • Dorothea SAGI on Biophilia

(as reviewer/examiner)

  • Nina LIEWALD: "Initiating a Dialogue ‚Through the Global Community on Your Bookshelf’: Narrative Representations of Islamic Fundamentalism in Selected Novels from the 1990s to the Present” (mit Prof. Dr. Marion Gymnich, U Bonn, 2017)
  • Wasinrat NUALSIRI: "Intercultural Dimensions of Teaching Ecocritical Literature in Thai Higher Education" (U of Southampton, 2016)
Master Theses & 'Zulassungsarbeiten'
  • Philipp WÄSCHLE: "Teaching Indigeneity" (U Tübingen, 2018)
  • Jasmin BENTELE: "A Review of Studies on the Role of the Native Language in Adult Second Language Acquisition" (U Tübingen, 2017)
  • Sonja SAUTER: "Die Repräsentation von Gender in Englischschulbüchern des Gymnasiums" (U Tübingen, 2017)
  • Daniel SCHÖNBAUER: "Reading and Teaching the Caribbean: The Postcolonial Experience in Selected Anglophone Caribbean Short Stories" (U Bonn, 2017)
  • Jan Eric SCHNELLBACHER: "An Analysis of Selected Dystopian Elements in Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go and Its Potential in the EFL Classroom" (U Bonn, 2016)
  • Johanna FRASSEK: "Teaching EFL Lexically at a German School" (U Bonn, 2016)
Bachelor Theses
  • Teresa BLESSING: "World Englishes in the EFL Classroom" (U Tübingen, 2018)