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Dr. Beata Gallaher

Lektorin für Russisch


BILDUNGSWEG

2007-2011   Doktoratstudium im Bereich der Russischen Sprache und

Fremdsprachenerwerb, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvanian, die USA  


12.2011        Ph.D.-Abschluss in Russistik und Fremdsprachenerwerb

Dissertation: The Speech Act of Complaint in English and in Russian and its Emergence in the Pragmatic Competence of Adult American Learners of Russian (unter wissenschaftlicher Betreuung von Prof. Dan Davidson)


1997-2003   Studium der Germanistik und Polonistik Humboldt - Universität zu Berlin

Magisterarbeit: Vorgangspassiv als Lern- und Lehrgegenstand (unter wisenschaftlicher Betreuung von Prof. Dr. Brigitte Handwerker) Magisterabschluss  


1996-1997    Kleines Deutsches Sprachdiplom, Polen 


1989-1994    Studium der Russischen Sprache und Literatur Russische Staatliche

Pädagogische A. I. Herzen Universität, Russland

Magisterarbeit: Рeaлизация идеи педагогики сотрудничества пo темe: человек, портрет, характер в польском обществе Lehramt


1985-1989    Gymnasium mit Abitur, Wadowice, Polen


WEITERBILDUNG UND WORKSHOPS

2019                     Immobilienkurs mit der Prüfung, Raleigh, North Carolina


09. -10. 2018       Instructor Certification Course, Defense Language Institute,

        Kalifornien


05. 2018              Modified Oral Proficiency Interview Workshop, University of Denver


03-04. 2013

und                      Workshop fürs Onlineunterrichten, University of Pennsylvania

03-04.2012


2012 und 2013    Entwicklung von Onlinekursen für Polnisch für Anfänger,

       University of Pennsylvania


12. 2010              Praktikum/Forschung, Russische Staatliche Pädagogische A. I.

       Herzen Universität, Russland 


2006                    Kurs für juristische Grundlagen,

       Delaware County Community College, Pennsylvanien 


01.2005               Zertifiziert fürs Dolmetschen/Übersetzen im medizinischen Bereich,

       Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore


2004                    Kurs für medizinische Grundlagen,

       Baltimore City Community College, MD


STIPENDIEN UND PREISE

SAS Language Teaching Innovation Grant, University of Pennsylvania, 2013 und 2012


Teaching Assistantship Stipend, Bryn Mawr College, 2009-2010


Flagship Grant, Bryn Mawr College, 2008-2009


Graduate Grant, Bryn Mawr College, 2007-2008


Stipendium von dem Ministerium für Nationale Bildung in Polen für das Studium in Russland,  1989-1994


BERUFSERFAHRUNG

Present              Lektorin für Russisch, Universität Regensburg, Deutschland


2019-2020       Dozentin für Fachdidaktik Russisch, University of North Carolina, die USA


2017-2018       Gastdozentin für Fachdidaktik Russisch, University of Denver,                          Colorado, die USA


2016-2017       Dozentin für Fachdidaktik Russisch, University of South Carolina, die                          USA


2016-2018       Kulturtrainer für Auswanderer, Global LT, die USA


2015-2016       Deutschlehrerin für Willkommensklassen, Bertolt-Brecht-Oberschule,                          Berlin  


seit 2015          Journalistin für das Polnische Internetradio Wisła, Seattle,  die USA


2011-2013       Dozentin für Polnisch, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvanien, die                          USA


2010-2013       Dozentin für Russisch, Swarthmore College, Pennsylvanien, die USA


2007-2010        Assistentin, Bryn Mawr College und Dozentin für Russisch, Summer

                         Language Institute, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvanien, die USA


2004-2008        Programmdirektorin and Polnischlehrerin, Polish National Alliance,                          Baltimore   

                         Kurse für Kinder und Erwachsene, Sommerprogramme für Kinder,

                         Marketing und Werbung, Austauschprogramme nach Polen 


2005-2006       Dolmetscherin im medizinischen Bereich für Polnisch, Russisch und                          Deutsch,

                         Johns Hopkins Hospital, die USA


2001-2003       Studentische Hilfskraft, Visa and Consular Service GMBH, Berlin


1995-1997       Deutsch- und Russischlehrerin, Gymnasium, Polen


MILITÄRAKADEMIEN

08.-12.2018               Juniorprofessorin für Fachdidaktik Russisch, Defense Language

   Institute, Kalifornien  


2013-2014                Juniorprofessorin für Fachdidaktik Russisch, United States

                                  Air Force Academy, Colorado, die USA


SEMESTER- UND SOMMERKURSE

2019               Englischlehrerin, Spark Academy, Polen


2016, 2017     Deutschlehrerin, Concordia Language Villages, Minnesota, die USA


2014, 2015   Polnisch- und Russischdozentin, University of Pittsburgh und 

2017             Pittsburghs Projekt GO in Estland



FORSCHUNGSINTERESSEN

Pragmatisch-kommunikative Kompetenz von Fremdsprachenstudierenden,

Gender und Sprache,

Film im Fremdsprachenunterricht, 

Zweitspracherwerb,

Soziolinguistik.


PUBLIKATIONEN

Speech Act Set of Direct Complaints in American and Russian Cultures, Linguistics Journal of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, 2014. 


Effect of Gender on Language Performance of American Speakers, Russian Native Speakers, and American L2 learners of Russian in a Complaint Situation, Lodz Papers in Pragmatics, Walter de Gruyter, 2014. 


Politeness and Sociocultural Values in American and Russian Cultures Emerging from the Speech Act of Complaint; Pragmatic Competence of L2 Learners of Russian, Russian Language Journal, 2014. 


The Speech Act of Complaint in English and in Russian and its Emergence in the Pragmatic Competence of Adult American Learners of Russian. Dissertation. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2012.


Editorin für Russisch-Englisch Wörterbuch in Geografia gospodarcza Rosji w ćwiczeniach (Economic Geography of Russia in Exercises), Grzegorz A. Ziętala, Rzeszów (Polen): Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2009.


ANDERE:

Polish for Beginners: Supplemental Material to the Textbook Hurra!!!  Po Polsku 1 (2010),

(unveröffentlichtes Handbuch nur für internen Gebrauch)


KONFERENZEN

“The Present and Future of Online/Hybrid Instruction in Russian and East European Studies,”    Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Washington, DC, Februar 2018


“New Approaches to Teaching,” Annual Southern Conference on Slavic Studies (SCSS), Alexandria, VA, April 2017 


“Teaching Polish Online,” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Vancouver, Januar 2015 


“Effect of L2 Learners’ Proficiency Level on Pragmatic Performance,” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Vancouver, Januar 2015


“Negotiating a Problem by American Speakers, Russian Native Speakers, and American L2 Learners of Russian: The Use of Diminutives and Address Forms,” 9th Slavic Linguistics Society Annual Meeting, University of Washington, Seattle, September 2014 


“Pragmatic Competence of L2 Learners of Russian based on the Speech Act of Request,” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Chicago, Januar 2014 


 “Politeness and Sociocultural Values in American and Russian Cultures Emerging from the Speech Act of Complaint; Pragmatic Competence of L2 Learners of Russian,” Colorado College, Colorado Springs, November 2013 


“Effect of Sociocultural Values and Politeness Norms on Linguistic Behaviors of American and Russian Speakers and American L2 Learners of Russian,” United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Oktober 2013 


“Are you on Target? How to Maintain 90% Target Language in the Classroom: Student Strategies.” Presentation, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Oktober 2013


“Communicative Styles of American and Russian Native Speakers and American L2 Learners of Russian based on their Complaints,” International CCP3 Conference, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 26-28 Juni 2013-Online


“Teaching and Learning Polish Online,” 71st Annual Meeting of the Polish Institute of Arts & Sciences of America, Arlington, VA, Juni 2013  


“Developing Materials for First-Year Online Polish Course,” Grants Showcase – SAS Language Teaching Innovation Grants Project Presentations, Penn Language Center, University of Pennsylvania, April 2013 


“Directness Level of Complaints of Russian Native Speakers and American L2 Learners of Russian,” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Boston, Januar 2013 


 “Effect of Gender on the Performance and Perception of Direct Complaints of American Speakers, Russian Native Speakers and Second Language Learners of Russian,” AMPRA 1st American Pragmatics & 5th Intercultural Pragmatics International Conference, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Oktober 2012 


What We Have Learned about Online Language Teaching: “Hybrid Polish Course
Elementary Polish and Polish for Heritage Speakers in Online and Face-to-Face Classroom,” Penn Language Center, University of Pennsylvania, October 2012


“The Taxonomy of the Speech Act Set of Direct Complaints of American Speakers, Russian Native Speakers, and American Learners of Russian,” Pragmatics Festival, Indiana University, April 2012 


“The Speech Act Set of Direct Complaints: Language and Culture-Specific Features of Direct Complaints of American Speakers, Russian Native Speakers, and American Learners of Russian,” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Seattle, Januar 2012 


Developing Teaching Materials: “Construction of Learner and Speaker Identities in Polish Language Textbooks,” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Philadelphia, Dezember 2009 


GASTVORTRÄGE

“Politeness and Cultural Values and Their Effect on Communicative Styles of American and Russian Native Speakers,” University of Denver, Mai 2018


“Cultural and Linguistic Differences in American and Russian Cultures Emerging from Problem Negotiations,” Virginia Tech, Virginia, Oktober 2016


“Politeness and Sociocultural Values in American and Russian Cultures Emerging from the Speech Acts of Complaint, Request, and Apology,” Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Januar 2015 


“Negotiating a Problem by American Speakers, Russian Native Speakers, and American L2 Learners of Russian,” Colorado College, CO, September 2014  


“Politeness and Sociocultural Values in American and Russian Cultures Emerging from the Speech Act of Complaint; Pragmatic Competence of L2 Learners of Russian,” Narva College, Narva, Estonia, Juli 2014 


FREMDSPRACHEN

Polnisch (Muttersprache),

Englisch (fließend),

Deutsch (fließend),

Russisch (wie ein Muttersprachler)


PROFESSIONELLE MITGLIEDSCHAFT

American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL)


American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR)


Kosciuszko Foundation



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Dr. Beata Gallaher

Universität Regensburg
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D-93053 Regensburg


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