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Englische Fachdidaktik - TEFL Methodology

Lazebna

PD Dr. Nataliia Lazebna

Englische Fachdidaktik
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Room: Phil. Institut | 5.U.9

Office hours: During the semester break: please contact via email.
E-mail: nataliia.lazebna@uni-wuerzburg.de


  • since 05/2022: Lecturer at the Lehrstuhl für englische Fachdidaktik, Universität Würzburg
  • 2007-2022: Associate professor at the Department of Theory and Practice of Translation, the National University "Zaporizhzhia Polytechnic"
  • 2021: Postdoc studies: Habilitation Project Defense at Zaporizhzhia National University, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. Degree obtained Habilitated Doctor of Philological Sciences in the field of Germanic Languages.
  • 2013: Postgraduate Studies (01/11/2010-01/11/2013),  Zaporizhzhia National Technical University, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. PhD thesis defense (Donetsk National University, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, December 2021). Field: Germanic languages. Degree obtained Ph.D. in Philological Sciences in the field of Germanic Languages.
  • 2007: Master's Degree in Philology (01/09/2006-30/06/2007), Zaporizhzhia National Technical University, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. Major in Philology and Translation (English, German, Ukrainian, Russian languages).
  • 2006: Bachelor's Degree in Philology (01/09/2002-29/06/2006), Zaporizhzhia National Technical University, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. Major in Philology and Translation (English, German, Ukrainian, Russian languages).

Dissertations:
Lazebna N. V. Linguistic semiotics of English-language digital discourse. – Manuscript.
Habilitation project. Specialty 10.02.04. – Germanic languages. – Zaporizhzhya National University. – Zaporizhzhia, 2021.
Lazebna N.V. Structural, semantic and functional features of English Language computer terminology with an imagery component. Doctoral dissertation. Specialty 10.02.04. – Germanic languages. – Donetsk National University. – Donetsk, 2013.

Monographs:
1. Lazebna N. Imagery of English language computer text space. Zaporizhzhia: ZNTU:2017.  206 p.
2. Lazebna N. English Language as Mediator of Human-Machine Communication : monograph. Mysore, India : PhDians along with Ambishpere ; Academic and Medical Publishers, Royal Book Publishing, 2021. 571 р.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo 2021 (24-27 March 2021); International Conference on Colonial to Postcolonial: а Trajectory of Literatures from India (Harayana, India, 18 April 2021); I International interdisciplinary conference «New Approaches in Modern Research» (Saudi Arabia – India, 24 April 2021), III International scientific and practical conference «Topical Issues of Modern Science, Society and Education» (Kharkiv, Ukraine, 2021); IV International scientific and practical conference (Manchester, UK, 2021).
Journal articles in international Linguistic journals:
Lazebna N. English-language digital discourse: human and non-human communication. Hrvatski znanstveni glasnik. Croatia, 2020. Vol 1. № 4(4). P. 16–20.
Lazebna N. English Language as the Spiral Mirabilis: Mathematical Rule-Following. International Journal of Research in Innovative Multidisciplinary Studies. 2020. Vol. 1. № 1. P. 1–7.
Lazebna N. English-Language Digital Discourse as Novice Linguocultural and Semiotic Phenomenon. International Journal of Language and Linguistics. 2020. Vol. 7. № 4. URL: https://doi:10.30845/ijll.v7n4p1. Publons, EBSCO.

Journal articles indexed in SCOPUS/Web of Science:
Lazebna N. Scratch language of programming vs English language: comparing mathematical and linguistic features. Eureka physics and engineering. 2019. № 6. Р. 34–42. (Co-authored with Fedorova Y., Kuznetsova M.).
Lazebna N. Semantic Ambiguity Of English-Language Chatbots. PalArch’s Journal of Egyptology and Archeology. 2020. № 17(9). P. 3696-3704. (Co-authored with Prykhodko A.).
Lazebna N. Quadronimic Interpretation of English-language Digital Discourse. Linguistic and Culture Review. 2021. Vol. 5. P. 1075–1086. SCOPUS.
Lazebna N. Digital discourse of English language acquisition. Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies. 2021. №17 (2). P. 971-982. (Co-authored with Prykhodko A.).