Lieselotte Sippel

Faculty

Liese Sippel received her PhD in German Applied Linguistics and Language Science from Pennsylvania State University. She also holds an MA in Teaching German as a Foreign Language from Universität Marburg, Germany. Her research interests include second language acquisition and foreign language pedagogy.

Liese has published in scholarly journals dedicated to the advancement of the teaching of foreign languages, such as Foreign Language Annals and Deutsch als Fremdsprache. She has been teaching German since 2011, at several institutions in the US and Germany, including Penn State, the Goethe-Institut, and two language schools in Frankfurt, Germany.

 

Courses

Course List: 

Courses offered in the past four years.
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GRMN 3195 - Early Inter German for Singers      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Extra listening comprehension exercises and videos will be completed outside of the classroom and pronunciation work will be provided in a course meeting several times a week.

Required texts:
Texts will be available for puchase from the College Bookstore after placement testing has been completed.
- Robert Spaethling and Eugene Weber (Editors): Literatur Eins? (2nd Edition, Norton)

Summer 2017 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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GRMN 3196 - Early Inter German for Singers      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Extra listening comprehension exercises and videos will be completed outside of the classroom and pronunciation work will be provided in a course meeting several times a week.

Required texts:
Texts will be available for puchase from the College Bookstore after placement testing has been completed.

Summer 2017 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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GRMN 3198 - Early Intermediate German      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Extra listening comprehension exercises and videos will be completed outside of the classroom and pronunciation work will be provided in a course meeting several times a week.

Required texts:
Texts will be available for puchase from the College Bookstore after placement testing has been completed.

Summer 2017 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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GRMN 3199 - Early Intermediate German      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Extra listening comprehension exercises and videos will be completed outside of the classroom and pronunciation work will be provided in a course meeting several times a week.

Required texts:
Texts will be available for purchase from the College Bookstore after all placement testing is completed.

Summer 2017 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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GRMN 3200 - Early Intermediate German      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Extra listening comprehension exercises and videos will be completed outside of the classroom and pronunciation work will be provided in a course meeting several times a week.

Required texts:
Texts will be available for purchase from the College Bookstore after all placement testing is completed.

Summer 2017 Language Schools, LS 7 Week Session

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The German School

Sunderland Language Center
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Mailing address
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Tina Ellison, Coordinator
germanschool@middlebury.edu