Leonie Wiemeyer (Wiss. Mitarbeiterin)

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Werdegang ‒ Curriculum Vitae

since March 2014

Research assistant and teacher at Faculty 10: Linguistics and Literary Studies, University of Bremen; English-Speaking Cultures/English linguistics (Prof. Dr. Marcus Callies)

October 2013 – February 2014

Research assistant and teacher at the Department of English, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen; Applied English Linguistics and Writing Research (Prof. Dr. Susanne Göpferich)

July 2013 – September 2013

Freelance transcription and coding (f4, MAXQDA) at the Institute of Pedagogy, Philipps-University Marburg, project on Hessian Culture Schools

October 2012 – June 2013

Research assistant and teacher at the Institute of English and American Studies, Philipps-University Marburg; English Linguistics and Web Technology (Prof. Dr. Jürgen Handke)

July 2012 – September 2012

Research Assistant (“Wiss. Hilfskraft mit Abschluss/Lehr-Assistentur”) at the Institute of Pedagogy, Philipps-University Marburg; General and language didactics (Prof. Dr. Frank G. Königs)

October 2006 – October 2012

Degree in teaching (English, chemistry, German as a foreign language), Philipps-University of Marburg

First State Exam in April 2012, certificate for German as a foreign language in October 2012

State Exam Thesis in English linguistics on “Native Combining Forms in English and their Productivity – A Corpus-Based Study” (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rolf Kreyer)

February 2009 – September 2009

Semester abroad at the University of Auckland, New Zealand (DAAD scholarship)

Lehre

  • SS 2016 English in Australia and New Zealand (Universität Bremen)
  • SS 2016 Introduction to English Linguistics II: Research Methods (Universität Bremen)
  • WS 2015/16 Introduction to English Linguistics I (Universität Bremen)
  • SS 2015 S Phraseology: It takes two (or more) to tango (University of Bremen)
  • WS 2014/15 S The Formation of New Words in English (University of Bremen)
  • SS 2014 S English in Australia and New Zealand (University of Bremen)
  • WS 2013/14 PS Sociolects of the English Language (Justus-Liebig-University Gießen)
  • WS 2012/13 UE Presenting Content (Philipps-University Marburg)
  • SS 2011 Tutorial on „Linguistik des Deutschen II“ (Philipps-University Marburg)

Forschung

PhD project on „Intertextuality in foreign-language academic writing in English” (since April 2015; supervisor: Prof. Dr. Marcus Callies)

Research interests: English word-formation, morphology, learner varieties of English, academic writing in the L2, second language acquisition, foreign language teaching, lexicology, English in Australia and New Zealand

Publikationen

Publications and presentations

Journal articles and book chapters

Wiemeyer, Leonie & Güldenring, Barbara (in preparation): “Paraphrases in the summaries of German learners of English: Intertextual competence in L2 writing” (working title).

Schaub, Steffen & Wiemeyer, Leonie (forthcoming): “Dimensions of Dissatisfaction and Dissent in Contemporary German Rap: Social Marginalization, Politics, and Identity Formation”. In Rivers, Damian J. & Ross, Andrew S. (eds.), The Sociolinguistics of Hip-Hop as Critical Conscience: Dissatisfaction and Dissent. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Callies, Marcus & Wiemeyer, Leonie (forthcoming): „Multilingual speakers, multilingual texts: The annotation of foreign elements in learner corpora of English“. In Nurmi, Arja & Pahta, Päivi (eds.), Are there Monolingual Corpora? Challenging the Myth. Leiden: Brill.

Wiemeyer, Leonie (under review): “Intertextuality in L2 academic writing: The use of paraphrasing by German learners of English”. In De Haan, Pieter; De Vries, Rina & van Vuuren, Sanne (eds.), Proceedings of the Third Learner Corpus Research Conference. Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi.

Wiemeyer, Leonie (under review): “The Diachronic Productivity of Native Combining Forms in English”. In Mahlberg, Michaela (ed.): Corpus Linguistics, Context and Culture. Proceedings of the 35th Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English (ICAME 35).

Wiemeyer, Leonie & Großkurth, Eva-Marie (2016): “Vorbereitung authentischer kultureller Diskurse im Web 2.0 – Förderung der mündlichen Sprachkompetenz in komplexen Kompetenzaufgaben”. In Becker, Carmen; Blell, Gabriele & Rössler, Andrea (eds.): Web 2.0 und komplexe Kompetenzaufgaben im Fremdsprachenunterricht. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang.

Wiemeyer, Leonie & Zeaiter, Sabrina (2016): “Social media in EFL teaching: Promoting (oral) communication skills in complex competency tasks”. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 4 (2), 193–211.

Wiemeyer, Leonie (2013): “Clicker-happy: Audience Response Systems as an Interface between Pre-class Preparation and In-class Session”. In Handke, Jürgen; Kiesler, Natalie & Wiemeyer, Leonie (eds.) (2013): The Inverted Classroom Model. The 2nd German ICM-Conference - Proceedings. München: Oldenbourg. 121–134.

Wiemeyer, Leonie & Großkurth, Eva-Marie (2013): “Handys im Unterricht – Stütze oder Störung?” In Knaus, Thomas & Engel, Olga (eds.): fraMediale – digitale Medien in Bildungseinrichtungen (Band 3). München: kopaed. 173–186.

Edited volumes

Handke, Jürgen, Kiesler, Natalie & Wiemeyer, Leonie (eds.) (2013): The Inverted Classroom Model. The 2nd German ICM-Conference - Proceedings. München: Oldenbourg.

Reviews

Wiemeyer, Leonie (accepted, to appear in 2017): “Review of Viviana Cortes and Eniko Csomay (eds.), Corpus-based Research in Applied Linguistics. Studies in Honor of Doug Biber. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2015”. Discourse and Society.

Wiemeyer, Leonie (2015): “Lieven Vandelanotte, Kristin Davidse, Caroline Gentens and Ditte Kimps (eds.). Recent advances in corpus linguistics. Developing and exploiting corpora”. ICAME Journal 39, 171–177. (PDF)

Paper presentations

20. – 22.10.2016 | Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW) 2016, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA
Title: “Direct quotation in L2 academic writing: A corpus-based study”

18. – 23.07.2016 | 12th Teaching and Learner Corpora Conference (TaLC 2016), Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany
Title: “Direct quotation in second language writing: A corpus-based study of intertextuality in academic learner English”

01.07.2016 | Linguistisches Kolloquium: Varieties of English in the South Pacific, Universität Bremen
Title: “Māori lexical items in spoken New Zealand English. A corpus-based study”

31.03. – 02.04.2016 | 17. Norddeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 2016, Universität Hamburg
Title: “Intertextuality in second language academic writing in English”

19. – 21.11.2015 | Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW) 2015, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Title: “Intertextuality in second language writing: Source use and paraphrasing in academic learner English”

11. – 13.09.2015 | Third Learner Corpus Research Conference (LCR), Radboud University Nijmegen
Title: “Intertextuality in second language writing: Source use and paraphrasing in academic learner English” (WiP report)

27.– 31.05.2015 | The 35th Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English (ICAME 36): “Words, words, words”, Universität Trier
Title: "Paraphrases and reporting phrases in learner summaries: The development of intertextual competence in intermediate L2 writing" (with Barbara Ann Güldenring, Philipps-Universität Marburg)

26.03.2015 | 16. Norddeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 2015, Leibniz University Hanover
Title: „Creative word-formation in English: The properties and productivity of the native combining forms -holic and -gate“.

12.– 13.12.2014 | 7. Nordwestdeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium, Universität Oldenburg
Title: “’Reporting phrases’ in den Texten deutschsprachiger Englischlerner: Intertextualität im Schreiben in der Fremdsprache” (with Barbara Ann Güldenring, Philipps-Universität Marburg).

16.09.– 19.09.2014 | GAL-Kongress 2014 der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik: „Angewandte Linguistik in der Lehre, Angewandte Linguistik lehren“, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Title: “Social media in the foreign language classroom: Promoting oral communication skills online” (with Eva-Marie Großkurth und Sabrina Zeaiter, Philipps-University Marburg).

16.09. – 19.09.2014 | GAL-Kongress 2014 der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik: “Angewandte Linguistik in der Lehre, Angewandte Linguistik lehren”, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Title: “Paraphrasen in den Texten deutschsprachiger Englischlerner: Entwicklung von Intertextualität und bildungssprachlicher Kompetenz im Schreiben in der Fremdsprache” (with Barbara Ann Güldenring, Philipps-University Marburg).

30.04.– 04.05.2014 | The 35th Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English (ICAME 35): “Corpus Linguistics, Context and Culture”, University of Nottingham, UK
Title: “Native combining forms in English and their productivity – A diachronic corpus-based study”.

26. 26. 19.03.2014 | Linguistic Colloquium of the University of Bremen, Germany
Title: “Subject ellipsis in English”

01.03.2014 | XI. Mediendidaktisches Kolloquium: “Web 2.0 und komplexe Kompetenzaufgaben im Fremdsprachenunterricht”, Leibniz University Hanover
Title: “Förderung der mündlichen Sprachkompetenz im Web 2.0 – Das Werkzeug VoiceThread im Englischunterricht” (with Eva-Marie Großkurth, Philipps-Universität Marburg).

Workshops

26.– 27.02.2013 | Inverted Classroom Model-Conference 2013, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
Workshop “Einsatz von Audience Response-Systemen im Inverted Classroom Model

10.04.2013 | Karl-Rehbein-Schule Hanau, Germany
Leitung einer Lehrerfortbildung (teacher training) zum Thema „Nutzung von IntelliBoards und der WorkSpace-Software im naturwissenschaftlichen Unterricht
Nutzung von IntelliBoards und der WorkSpace-Software im naturwissenschaftlichen Unterricht