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Claudia Kost, PhD

Associate Professor, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Coordinator of the German Language Program


Modern Languages and Cultural Studies

About Me



I teach German language courses at the undergraduate level and courses in applied linguistics at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Courses taught include:

German 111/112 Beginners' German

German 211/212 Intermediate German

German 317 Teaching German as  Foreign Language

German 402 Advanced Composition, Conversation, and Grammar

German 416 German Second Language Acquisition

MLCS 555 Teaching Strategies for Postsecondary Language Instructors

MLCS 581 Second Language Research

MLCS 698 Topics in Applied Linguistics: Integrating Technology in the Foreign Language Class

MLCS 698 Topics in Applied Linguistics: Bridging the Language-Literature Divide

I have supervised students in Honors, MA and PhD programs on topics related to vocabulary acquisition as well as a variety of technological aspects.

I also serve as the Coordinator of the German Language Program. In Spring 2007, we received the Faculty of Arts Teaching Unit Award for our First Year German team.