dr hab. Zbigniew Możejko

Coordinated courses:

Teaching Literacy in bilingual settings

The course is intended to offer an overview of teaching literacy in bilingual settings. The course falls naturally into two major parts devoted to the two facets of literacy, to reading and writing. Before the course proper commences, the introductory meeting is dedicated to characterizing the target group, i.e. young learner; here, amongst others, Piagetan stages of development are discussed. The first meeting proper inspects the pedagogy of teaching reading in L1 and in L2, drawing on cross-linguistic similarities and differences between reading in L1 and reading in English, with the bottom line being that reading strategies, as part of regular LLS (language learning strategies) undergoes strategy training and can be transferred across languages.

 

Publications (selection):

  • Możejko, Z. P. (in press). Is language awareness actually part and parcel of FL teacher training? In A. Łyda, & K. Szczeniak  (Eds), Awareness in Action. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2013) The role of affective factors in CLIL provision in the secondary school. In D. Gabryś-Barker, & J. Bielska (Eds), Affectivity in second language acquisition (pp. ?). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2012). Academic Writing – a neglected skill? An empirical study on the perceptions of students concerning the role of AW. Acta Philologica, 42, 87-96.
  • Możejko, Z. P., & Krajka, J. (2011). A Framework for Evaluating Digital Coursebooks. Academic Exchange Quarterly,15(1), 167-173.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2011). How much CLIL is there in CLIL? A study of the approach on the example of CLIL provision in a junior highschool. Acta Philologica, 40, 69-81.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2011). Manipulating the Structure of Information in Advanced Written Discourse of Multilingual Students of English. Acta Philologica, 40, 83-94.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2011). Student Needs Assessment in Teaching English at the Tertiary Level: An Individual Learner Differences Perspective. In J. Arabski, & A. Wojtaszek (Eds), Individual Learner Differences in SLA (pp. 184-196). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2010). Świadomość struktury informacyjnej tekstu pisanego w nauczaniu języka obcego. In J. Knieja, T. Zygmunt, & Ł. Brzana (Eds) Literaturoznawstwo, językoznawstwo i kulturoznawstwo jako płaszczyzny przekazu we współczesnej glottodydaktyce (pp. 127-135). Lublin: Wydawnictwo Werset.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2010). Tworzenie materiałów CLIL z perspektywy kształcenia nauczycieli. In A. Otwinowska-Kasztelanic & M. Woynarowska-Sołdan (Eds) CLIL w polskich szkołach. Od teorii do praktykiJęzyki Obce w Szkole 6 (pp. 78-83). Warszawa: Ośrodek Rozwoju Edukacji.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2009). Error Analysis Revisited: A Study of Error Gravity. Acta Philologica, 36, 64-73.
  • Możejko, Z. P. (2009). Z badań nad kształceniem zawodowym i językowym przyszłych nauczycieli języka angielskiego. In H. Komorowska (Ed.), Kształcenie językowe w szkolnictwie wyższym (pp. 255-270). Warszawa: Wydawnictwo SWPS Academica.

Conference presentations (selection):

  • Z. P. Możejko. (2012, May). Is language awareness actually part and parcel of FL teacher training? Paper presented at the 24th International Conference on Foreign and Second Language Acquisition, Szczyrk: University of Silesia.
  • Z. P. Możejko. (2011, September). Manipulating the structure of information in advanced written discourse of multilingual students of English. Paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on Third Language Acquisition and Multilingualism, Warsaw: University of Warsaw.
  • Z. P. Możejko. (2011, May). The role of affective factors in CLIL provision in the secondary school. Paper presented at the 23rd International Conference on Foreign and Second Language Acquisition, Szczyrk: University of Silesia.
  • Z. P. Możejko. (2010, November). Measures of advancedness as tokens of linguistic change, Paper presented at the conference “Topics in Applied Linguistics: Stability and Variability”, Opole: Opole University.
  • Z. P. Możejko. (2010, May). Elements of culture in additional materials designed for EFL at the secondary school context, Paper presented at the 22nd International Conference on Foreign and Second Language Acquisition, Szczyrk: University of Silesia.
  • Z. P. Możejko. (2010, May). Świadomość struktury informacyjnej tekstu pisanego w nauczaniu języka obcego. Paper presented at the conference ”Literaturoznawstwo, językoznawstwo i kulturoznawstwo jako płaszczyzny przekazu we współczesnej glottodydaktyce”, Chełm: Instytut Neofilologii Państwowej Wyższej Szkoły Zawodowej w Chełmie.
  • Z. P. Możejko. (2010, April). CLIL activities – a teacher trainer’s perspective. A workshop session at the 1st CLIL Conference, Ostrołęka: Institute of English Studies UW and Teacher Training College in Ostrołęka.
  • Z. P. Możejko. (2010, April). CLIL: the-state-of-the-art. Paper presented at the 1st CLIL Conference, Ostrołęka: Institute of English Studies UW and Teacher Training College in Ostrołęka.


Published: 2015-05-01