Nataliya Telegina

PhD,

Associate Professor

 

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studied at the Roman-Germanic Philology Department of Chernivtsi State University (1969-1974). After graduating from the University in 1974 she started teaching English and Phonetics at the Foreign Languages Department of Ivano-Frankivsk Pedagogical Institute and worked at her Ph. D. thesis entitled «Short Stories by Francis Scott Fitzgerald».  She also taught Practical Grammar, Translation Practice, Foreign Literature, English Literature and American Literature. Now she teaches  Practical Course of English, the Theory of Translation, the Theory and Practice of Translation and Modern  American Literature at the Department of Foreign Languages.

Professional development:

Ph. D. in Philology was conferred on her in March, 1988.

From 1989 till 1996 she held the post of the Head of the English Philology Department. In May, 1991 she became an associate professor. From 1996 till 2004 she worked as an associate professor at the English Philology Department. From 2004 till 2007 she held the post of the Head of English Philology Department. Since 2007 she has been working as associate professor at the English Philology Department.

From 2010 till 2014 she worked at the joint intercultural project between the Jagiellonian University (Poland) and Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University: gave seminars at the Jagiellonian University and became a co-author of the book, «Developing Intercultural Competence through English: Focus on Ukrainian and Polish Cultures».

She completed a number of training courses. The latest venue was V. Hnatiuk Ternopil National Pedagogical University.

The total number of publications is 108 which includes 77 scientific articles and 31 manuals. Her sphere of scientific interest is Foreign Literature, genre and style in particular, though she also published articles on linguistic problems. Her joint authorship with fourth- and fifth- year students resulted in the publication of a number of articles on the problems of modern American, English, French and German Literatures. A number of her scientific articles were published in Scopus indexed and indexed in the ICI Journals.

Practical Course of English (Postgraduate 1st year)

Modern American Literature (Mater’s 1st year)

Theory of Translation (Bachelor’s 2nd year)

Theory and Practice of Translation (Bachelor’s 4th year, Secondary Education)

Syllabi Modern American Literature (Philology)

Syllabi Тheory and Practice of Translation (Secondary Education)

Syllabi Foreign Literature (Philology)

Syllabi Theory of Translation (Philology)