Corinne Nativel
PhD, Senior Lecturer, Researcher, Translator
Social Sciences


 

Teaching    FR version

Since September 2012 :

Senior Lecturer in Applied Foreign Languages at the University Paris-East Créteil (France).

British and European Studies (lectures and seminars in Year 2, Year 3 and Master's level Year 2).

September 2007-August 2012 :

Senior Lecturer in Applied Foreign Languages at the University of Franche-Comté, Besançon (France).

  • Translation (French to English; English to French - first to third year), lectures on the British Economy (taught in English, second year) on tourism (taught in French, third year),  and European Regional Economic Development (taught in French, master's level).
  • Supervision of master's level dissertations (for example on urban renaissance in Glasgow, on ecotourism and INTERREG programmes)
  • Organisation and marking of work placements (examples: marking of a Master's report on European cooperation within the Confédération Générale du Travail; organisation of a work placement in China for four of our students in cooperation with the regional authorities, etc.).
  • Member of the Masters degree internal examination committee.
  • President of the external examination committee of the 2010 baccalaureat (Lycée J. Duhamel, Dole).

TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION (1998 to 2007)

Academic Year 1997/1998 (second semester)

Visiting Lecturer, University of Wolverhampton (School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences), United Kingdom

The European Labour Market (level 3 module)

Academic Year 1998/1999 :

Temporary Lectureship, University of Wolverhampton (School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences), United Kingdom

  • The Business Environment (first year)
  • Introduction to European Economics (first year)
  • Business in Europe (second year)
  • European Economic Integration (second year)
  • European Economic Systems (second year)
  • The European Business Environment (third year)
  • The European Labour Market (third year)
  • Eastern Europe and the EU (third year)
  • France and the EU (third year)
  • European Unity (postgraduate level)
  • Supervision of final year research projects

Academic Year 2004/2005 (second semester)

Visiting Lecturer at the University of Paris 10 Nanterre, IUT of Ville d’Avray, pôle “métiers du livre” (Learning centre for editorial and library-related professions):

  • English, oral and written communication (first year)

Visiting Lecturer at the University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle, Department of Modern Languages:

  • British Studies: Economic and social challenges & political institutions in the United Kingdom (second year)

Academic Year 2005/2006

First semester:

Visiting Lecturer at the University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne, SELVA:

  • English for students in geography, history, philosophy and political sciences (third year)
  • English for postgraduate students in geopolitics (postgraduate level)

Second semester:

Visiting Lecturer at the University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle, Department of Modern Languages:

  • British Studies: Economic and social challenges & political institutions in the United Kingdom (second year; 26 hours)

Visiting Lecturer at the University of Paris X - Nanterre, Department of Geography:

  • English for postgraduate students in urban planning (postgraduate level ; 25 hours)

English Tutor at the Lycée Henri IV, Paris:

  • English for first year students preparing entry exams into elite business schools (HEC, ESSEC, etc. ; 35 hours).

Academic Year 2006/2007

Visiting Lecturer at the University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne, Institute of Geography:

  • English for postgraduate students in urban planning (postgraduate level; 20 hours)

Visiting Lecturer at the Catholic Institute of Paris (private university):

  • Contemporary British Studies (20th/21st century) (first year; 26 hours)
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Last update : Jan 2016