Lieselotte Sippel

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Senior Lector I of Germanic Languages and Literatures

PhD Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

Before coming to Yale in 2018, Liese Sippel taught all levels of German language classes at New York University, The Pennsylvania State University, and Middlebury College. Her research interests include second language acquisition and foreign language pedagogy.

Positions:

2020 Senior Lector I, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Yale University

2018 Lector, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Yale University

2017 Lecturer, Department of German, New York University

Recent Publications:

Martin, I. A., & Sippel, L. (forthcoming): Providing vs. receiving peer feedback: Learners’ beliefs and experiences. Forthcoming in Language Teaching Research.

Sippel, L., & Martin, I. A. (2022): Immediate and long-term improvement in L2 perception skills: The role of teacher and peer feedback. Advanced online publication in International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching.

Sippel, L. (2021): Maximizing the benefits of peer interaction: Form-focused instruction and peer feedback training. Advanced online publication in Language Teaching Research.

Martin, I. A., & Sippel, L. (2021): Is giving better than receiving? The effects of peer and teacher feedback on L2 pronunciation skills. Journal of Second Language Pronunciation, 7(1), 62-88.

Sippel, L. (2020): German learners’ beliefs about peer interaction and peer feedback. Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, 53(2), 175-190.

Sippel, L. (2019): The impact of peer corrective feedback on vocabulary development. Foreign Language Annals, 52(3), 595-611.

Recent Conference Presentations:

Martin, I. A., & Sippel, L. (March 2022): Beliefs matter: The relationship between beliefs about peer feedback and its effectiveness in pronunciation instruction. Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.

Sippel, L. (November 2021): Teaching about the refugee experience using the novel ‘Geflüchtet’. Paper presented at the ACTFL Annual Convention & World Languages Expo. Virtual Conference.

Martin, I. A., Sippel, L., & Schenker, T. (2021): Teaching about diversity and inclusion through soccer”. Paper to be presented at the ACTFL Annual Convention & World Languages Expo. Virtual Conference.

Sippel, L., & Sato, M. (August 2021): The role of teachers, program directors, and administrators for the research-pedagogy link: The case of US Ivy League universities. Paper presented at the AILA (International Association of Applied Linguistics) World Congress. Virtual Conference.

Schenker, T., & Sippel, L. (2021): Increasing listening skills through teaching a telenovela. Paper presented at the NECTFL Conference. Virtual Conference.

Sippel, L., & Martin, I. A. (March 2021): Metacognitive instruction for giving and receiving peer feedback: Learners’ beliefs and experiences. Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Annual Conference. Virtual Conference.

Martin, I.A., & Sippel, L. (November 2020): Using the contemporary film “Ballon” to teach about German reunification. Paper presented at the ACTFL Annual Convention & World Languages Expo. Virtual Conference.

Martin, I.A., & Sippel, L. (October 2020): The effects of giving vs. receiving peer feedback and teacher feedback on L2 pronunciation skills. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF). Virtual Conference.

Martin, I.A., & Sippel, L. (November 2019): Using contemporary film to teach about the refugee crisis in Germany. Paper presented at the ACTFL Annual Convention & World Languages Expo. Washington, DC.

Sippel, L., & Martin, I.A. (November 2019): Teaching German pronunciation with peer feedback. Poster presented at the ACTFL Annual Convention & World Languages Expo, Washington, DC.

Martin, I.A., & Sippel, L. (2019): Is giving better than receiving? The effects of peer and teacher corrective feedback on L2 perception skills. Paper presented at the Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching (PSLLT) Conference, Northern Arizona State University, Flagstaff, AZ.