Anne Wernicke
Professional, Universität Bielefeld
After spending six months in Australia I decided to study language acquistition in 2005. In 2009 I earned my bachelor’s degree in German as a Foreign/Second Language and English at the University of Bielefeld, my master’s degree in 2012. After working as a language teacher for German as a Forein Language in New Zealand and for German as a Second Language in Bielefeld, I returned to university in 2013 to join a project to develop a training programme to increase language sensitivity in vocational education. From 2015-2019 I was a lecturer in pre-service teacher education, preparing future teachers on how to facilitate the development of school literacy. Having earned my PhD in 2020, I am currently part of the collaborative project ComeIn, helping to build up an online platform for digital education tools to support pupils’ literacy development in German schools.

In a video conferencing call...

...I am happy to talk about my research.

...I am happy to answer questions about university and career-related questions.

...I am happy to moderate a discussion.

...I am happy to speak to others (e.g. to journalists, museums).

Related School Subjects
Languages, Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
Fremdspracherwerb, Fremdsprachenlernen, Zweitspracherwerb, Zweitsprachenlernen, Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Deutsch als Zweitsprache, Mehrsprachigkeit, sprachliche Domänen, Sprachausbau, Sprachreflexion, kritische Diskursanalyse, qualitative Forschungsmethoden
English, German