Teaching


TEACHING OVERVIEW


levels: B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. courses

types: seminars, lectures, workshops and tutorials

core themes: language variation and language description

other duties: academic supervision, reviewing and mentoring



COURSES TAUGHT REGULARLY OR RECENTLY


GRADUATE LEVEL:

Language Variation and Description (seminar)

Sociocultural Varieties of English (lecture)

Geographical Varieties of English (lecture)

Ethnic Varieties of English (lecture)


UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL:

Introduction to English Phonetics (workshop)

Introduction to English Phonology (workshop)

Introduction to English Morphology (workshop)

Introduction to Varieties of English (lecture)



COURSES NOT TAUGHT REGULARLY OR RECENTLY


GRADUATE LEVEL:

General Linguistics (seminar)

Sociolinguistic Fieldwork (workshop)

Lexicographic Practice (lecture)

Data Collection and Documentation (workshop)

Slang and Colloquialism (lecture)

Topics in Linguistics (lecture)


UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL:

Language in Sociocultural Context (lecture)

Introduction to Applied Linguistics (workshop)

Introduction Sociolinguistics (workshop)

Introduction to Lexicography (workshop)

Introduction to Translation (workshop)

Introduction to Semantics (workshop)

Introduction to Wordbuilding (workshop)

Introduction to American Phonetics (workshop)

Polish-English Contrastive Studies (lecture)



ACADEMIC SUPERVISION


supervisor of 3 Ph.D. dissertations

temporary supervisor of 1 Ph.D. dissertation

supervisor of 60 M.A. theses

supervisor of 60 B.A. theses



ACADEMIC REVIEWING


reviewer of 5 D.Litt. (habilitation) dissertations

reviewer of 4 Ph.D. dissertations

reviewer of 30 M.A. theses

reviewer of 60 B.A. theses