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PhD Project

Teaching Nigeria in the EFL Classroom (Working Title)

(Advisors: Prof. Dr. Frauke Matz & Prof. Dr. Marion Gymnich)


Short CV

since 10/2020        Lecturer (Lehrbeauftragter) at the University of Bonn (Fachdidaktik Englisch)

since 10/2020        Lecturer (Lehrbeauftragter) at the University of Münster (Fachdidaktik Englisch)

2019-2020             Trainee Teacher (Studienreferendar) at the Zentrum für schulpraktische Lehrerbildung Köln

2018-2020             Research Assistant (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) at the University of Bonn (Fachdidaktik Englisch)

2017-2018             Research Assistant (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) at the University of Tübingen
                              (Didaktik des Englischen, Prof. Dr. Uwe Küchler)

2017-2018             Lecturer (Lehrbeauftragter) at the University of Bonn (Fachdidaktik Englisch)

2015-2017             Student/Research Assistant at the University of Bonn (Fachdidaktik Englisch, Prof. Dr. Uwe Küchler)

2015-2017             Teaching Degree Master of Education (English/History) at the University of Bonn

2015-2017             Student Assistant at the University of Bonn (Bildungswissenschaften, Prof. Dr. Ladenthin)

2014-2015             Semester Abroad at the University of Wales Swansea

2012-2018             Scholarship of the Foundation of German Business (sdw)

2012-2015             Teaching Degree Bachelor of Arts (English/History) at the University of Bonn


Teaching

Winter Term 2020/2021:

  • Brave New Teenagers: Young Adult Dystopian Fiction(s) in the EFL Classroom (MEd Seminar)
  • Teaching Shakespeare in the EFL Classroom: What? Why? How? (MEd Seminar)
  • Begleitseminar Englisch: Fachdidaktik II - Observation, Experience, Insight (MEd Seminar) 
  • Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)

Summer Term 2020:

  • Introduction to the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA Übung)
  • 'All the World's a Stage' - Reading and Shakespeare in the EFL Classroom (MEd Seminar)
  • Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)

Winter Term 2019/2020:

  • Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)
  • Begleitseminar Englisch: Fachdidaktik II – Observation, Experience, Insight (MEd Seminar)
  • Imperialism and Colonialism in Bilingual History Teaching (MEd Seminar gemeinsam mit MEd Florian Helfer, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft)

Summer Term 2019:

  • Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)
  • Teenage Dreams and Nightmares: Reading and Teaching Young Adult Fiction(s) (MEd Seminar)
  • Fictions of Migration: Postcolonial British Experiences in the EFL Classroom (MEd Seminar)

Winter Term 2018/2019:

  • Begleitseminar Englisch: Fachdidaktik II – Observation, Experience, Insight (zwei MEd Seminare)
  • Greetings from Down Under: Australia and New Zealand in the EFL Classroom (MEd Seminar)
  • Myths and Realities: Reading and Teaching the American Dream (MEd Seminar)
  • Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)

Summer Term 2018:

  •  Visions of the Future: Utopia and Dystopia (MEd Seminar)
  •  Echoes from the Empire: Diasporic Experiences in Postcolonial Britain (MEd Seminar)
  • ‘The Shakespearience’: Reading and Teaching Shakespeare in the EFL Classroom (MEd Seminar)
  •  Teaching English as a Foreign Language (BA Übung)
  •  Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)

Winter Term 2017/2018:

  •   Postcolonial Indian Experiences: Faces of a Rising Nation (MEd Seminar)
  •   Teaching Shakespeare in the EFL Classroom (BEd Proseminar – U Tübingen)
  •   Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium)

Summer Term 2017:

  •   Teaching English as a Foreign Language (BA Übung)
  •   Postcolonial Short Fiction in the EFL Classroom (BEd Proseminar – U Tübingen)
  •   Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Workshop Series)

Winter Term 2016/17:

  •   Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA/MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)

Summer Term 2016:

  •   Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (BA /MEd Colloquium & Workshop Series)

Research Interests

  • Fremdsprachendidaktik / Teaching English as a Foreign Language (Focus: Literatur- und Kulturdidaktik)
  • Anglophone Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures (Foci: Caribbean, Australian and Indigenous Literatures)
  • Young Adult Literatures
  • Neo-Victorian Fiction
  • Dystopian Fiction
  • (Postcolonial) Gothic Literature

Papers and Workshops

  • “Going Global – Global Citizenship Education” (Fachtag Englisch des Westermann Verlags, Essen, Februar)
  • "Getting Started: Nigeria in the EFL Classroom" (Netzwerk Schule - Lehrertag NRW, Dortmund, November 2019)
  • "Literary Explorations: Introduction to Nigerian Diasporic Literature & Culture in the EFL Classroom" (Lehrerfortbildung an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster, September 2019) 
  • "Reading and Teaching Nigeria in the EFL Classroom". (zwei Lehrerfortbildungen beim Westermann Verlag, Düsseldorf & Köln, April & Mai 2019)
  • “Voices from the African Continent: Nigeria in the EFL Classroom”. (Lehrerfortbildung am Gymnasium Lechenich, Erftstadt, April 2019)
  • “Postcolonial Nigerian Experiences in the EFL Classroom”. (Lehrerfortbildung am St. Ursula-Gymnasium, Brühl, March 2019)
  • “Literary Visions of the Future: Utopia and Dystopia” (Projektwoche des St. Ursula Gymnasiums, Brühl, September 2018)
  • "Reading and Teaching Caribbean Diasporic Experiences" (GAPS Conference, Nationalism and the Postcolonial, Mainz, May 2018)
  •  "Revision Course (Fachdidaktik I: Literatur- und Kulturdidaktik & Sprach- und Mediendidaktik)" (Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Bonn, January 2018) (with Bianca Göbler)
  • "Leading the Classes" (Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Bonn, October 2017) (with Bianca Göbler)
  • "Indian Diasporic Experiences in the EFL Classroom" (GAPS Conference, Representing Poverty and Precarity in a Postcolonial World, Bonn, May 2017) (with Bianca Göbler)
  • "Revision Course (Fachdidaktik I: Literatur- und Kulturdidaktik & Sprach- und Mediendidaktik)" (Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Bonn, January 2017) (with Bianca Göbler)
  • "Postcolonial Short Fiction in the EFL Classroom" (Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Bonn, July 2017)
  • "Leading the Classes" (Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Bonn, November 2016) (with Bianca Göbler)
  • "Teaching Postcolonial Short Fiction in the EFL Classroom" (Current Issues in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Bonn, July 2016)

Publications

Edited Volumes

  • (in preparation) 'All the World's a Stage': Shakespeare in Foreign Language Education. Baden-Baden: Tectum. 
  • (in preparation) Interkulturelles Lernen im Englischunterricht: Fokus Nigeria. Themen, Texte und Aufgaben. Seelze: Klett Kallmeyer (mit Roman Bartosch, Petra Bosenius und Elizabeth Gilbert).
  • (2020) Postcolonial Indian Experiences: Teaching the Faces of a Rising Nation. Baden-Baden: Tectum.

Articles

  • (in preparation) 'Fair is Foul and Foul is Fair": Introducing Macbeth in the advanced EFL Classroom. In: Daniel Schönbauer (Ed.), 'All the World's a Stage': Shakespeare in Foreign Language Education. Baden-Baden: Tecum. (mit Sophie Gnech)
  • (in preparation) Introduction: Shakespeare in Foreign Language Education. In: Daniel Schönbauer (Ed.), 'All the World's a Stage': Shakespeare in Foreign Language Education. Baden-Baden: Tecum.
  • (in preparation) Exploring Nigerian Afrofuturism in the EFL Classroom. In Frauke Matz, Mark Stein & Klaus Stierstorfer (Eds.), Reading Nigeria. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  • (in preparation) Nigerianisch-diasporische Erfahrungen im Englischunterricht. Eine kritische Annäherung. In: Roman Bartosch, Petra Bosenius, Elizabeth Gilbert & Daniel Schönbauer (Eds.), Interkulturelles Lernen im Englischunterricht: Fokus Nigeria. Themen, Texte und Aufgaben. Seelze: Klett Kallmeyer.
  • (2020) Introduction: Postcolonial Indian Experiences - Teaching 'the Faces' of a Rising Nation. In: Daniel Schönbauer (Ed.), Postcolonial Indian Experiences: Teaching the Faces of a Rising Nation. Baden-Baden: Tecum, 10-18.

Unterrichtspraktische Publikationen

  • (in Vorbereitung) ‘Nigeria in a Nutshell?’ Die (Un)Möglichkeit, eine Unterrichtsreihe zu Nigeria zu planen – ein Praxisbericht. In: Praxis Fremdsprachenunterricht. (mit Bernadette von Tongelen)
  • (in Vorbereitung) ‘The Golden Age’: Approaching Elizabethan England through Learning Stations. In: Praxis Englisch 5.
  • (in Vorbereitung) ‘I’m just like you‘: Queer Identity in Becky Albertalli’s Simon and the Homo Sapiens Agenda. In: Praxis Fremdsprachenunterricht Englisch.
  • (in Druck) “You can’t do nothing about anything” - Teenage Protest in Stef Smith’s play Remote. In: Praxis Fremdsprachenunterricht Englisch. (mit Christiane Becker-Nett)
  • (2020) Invitation to Indigenous Tanzania in the intermediate EFL Classroom. In: Praxis Englisch 4, 29-30.
  • (2020) Afrika im Englischunterricht als Chance begreifen. In: Praxis Englisch 4, 6-8.
  • (2020) There’s a chicken in the kitchen! Introducing Nigerian picture books in the (early) EFL Classroom. In: Der Fremdsprachlicher Unterricht Englisch 166, 12-18.
  • (2019) Shakespeare Goes Manga: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In: Praxis Fremdsprachenunterricht Englisch 5, 4-7.
  • (2019). Eco-Dystopian Visions of the Future: Saci Llyod's The Carbon Diaries: 2015. In: Praxis Fremdsprachenunterricht Englisch 1, 4-7.

Unterrichtsmaterialien

  • (in Druck) Camden Town Oberstufe. Lehrermaterialien Qualifikationsphase. Braunschweig: Westermann. (mit Anne-Karin Böker, Florian Brauel, Ilka Kratz und Tom Schrock)
  • (in Druck) Nigerian Indigenous Culture. In: Frauke Matz & Philipp Siepmann (Eds.), AbiBox Nigeria. Laatzen: Brinkmann Meyhöfer.
  • (2019) Camden Town Oberstufe. Lehrermaterialien Qualifikationsphase. Braunschweig: West-ermann. (mit Anne-Karin Böker, Florian Brauel, Ilka Kratz und Tom Schrock)
  • (2019) Camden Town Oberstufe. Klausurvorschläge Qualifikationsphase. Braunschweig: Westermann. (mit Martin Bieling, Hans Georg Henkel, Tina Türk und Alexander Woltin)

Sonstige Veröffentlichungen

  • (2019) Deutsche, Franzosen und der Rhein. https://www.rheinische-geschichte.lvr.de (letzter Zugriff: 21.02.20219). (mit Julia   Meier)
  • (2017) Warum studieren Studierende? In: Volker Ladenthin & Mario Leis (Eds.), Warum unsere Studenten so sind, wie sie sind. Bonn: VKW, 21-30.

Memberships

Association for Anglophone Postcolonial Studies (GAPS)

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Fremdsprachenunterricht (DGFF)

 

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