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Christine Fredriksson

Senior lecturer

Christine Fredriksson
Senior lecturer , Director of Studies
German
Academic degree: Doctor
christine.fredriksson@sprak.gu.se
+46 31 786 5817

Room number: H631
Postal Address: Box 200, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Lundgrensgatan 7 , 41256 Göteborg


Department of Languages & Literatures (More Information)
Box 200
405 30 Göteborg
www.sprak.gu.se
spl@sprak.gu.se

Visiting Address: Renströmsgatan 6 , 405 30 Göteborg

About Christine Fredriksson

  • Subject: German linguistics
  • Phone hour/visits: by agreement

Background

1998 and 2003 – Studies in, for example, German, Swedish and literature at the University College of Trollhättan/Uddevalla, University of Gothenburg and Uppsala University
1998-2004 – Lecturer in German at the University College of Trollhättan/Uddevalla
2001-2010 – Upper secondary teacher in German
2003-2006 – Attended PhD programme in German (foreign language acquisition) at Uppsala University
2006 – Presented doctoral thesis titled Erwerbsreihenfolge, Erwerbssphasen und Entwicklungssequenzen: Zum Erwerb der deutschen Verbalmorphologie durch schwedische Schülerinnen und Schüler
2010-2015 – Lecturer in German at Dalarna University, in charge of teacher education programme, German
2012-2015 – Subject representative, German
2013-2015 – Coordinator at Dalarna University of the EU-funded CoMoLTE project (Consortium for Modern Language Teacher Education) within the framework of the Tempus programme.
Since January 2015 – Senior lecturer in German at the University of Gothenburg

Teaching

I teach first- and second-cycle courses in German (linguistics). I also supervise student theses at both levels and teach language education in the teacher education programme.

Research

Current research

I’m currently exploring patterns of interaction in text-based student chats in a learning perspective. I’m for example interested in imitation as a strategy for learning lexical, morphological and syntactic units.
Within the same area – computer-mediated communication – I’m also studying Swedish schoolchildren’s use of personal school computers and the potential to develop the language for communicative purposes.
Another area of my research concerns the development of reading and writing skills towards academic writing competence.

Research interests:

  • German grammar learning in a cognitive perspective
  • German morphology
  • Contrastive linguistics
  • CALL/CMCL – computer-mediated communication and language acquisition
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