dr Jolanta Sak-Wernicka

Wydział Nauk Humanistycznych - Instytut Językoznawstwa
Katedra Językoznawstwa Stosowanego

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Prace magisterskie
  • Teaching Communication Skills to Young Learners of English: Opportunities and Challenges
  • The Use of Personal Pronouns by Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • The Morphology of English Borrowings in the Polish Language
  • The Usage of Emoticons in Contemporary Forms of Communication
  • The Linguistic Analysis of Hate Speech in Polish and English
  • Gender Differences in the Comprehension of Implicature
  • Methods of Teaching Vocabulary to EFL Dyslexic Learners at Primary School Level
  • Zeugma, Pun and Theory of Mind: Evidence from Children and Adults


Prace licencjackie
  • The Perception of Gestures by Children
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Giving Definitions and Using Pictures and Drawings in Teaching English Vocabulary
  • Is Eye Contact More Important than Gesture During Communication?
  • Subordination and Insubordination in Contemporary Spoken English: 'if-clauses' and Their Linguistic Functionality
  • The Comprehension of Irony by Children and Adults
  • The Use of the Subjunctive in Everyday English
  • Emojis And Emoticons In Digital Communication


Prace licencjackie
  • The analysis of misunderstandings in communication.
  • The analysis of humorous utterances in advertisments
  • Impact of lying on nonverbal behaviours in communication
  • Puns in advertising.
  • Persuasion and communication: the analysis of political speeches.
  • Beyond the prescriptive rules of English; the verb 'ain't' and its linguistic functionality
  • Differences and similarities between sarcasm and irony in verbal communication


Prace licencjackie
  • Learning and social difficulties arising from the stereotypical image of blind people in contemporary society.
  • A Multisensory Approach to Teaching English to Students with Visual Impairments
  • Improving Orientation, Mobility and Independence of a Blind Child in an English Teaching Classroom
  • Adapting Games for the Needs of Children with Visual Impairments: Tools for Teaching and Learning in the Integrated Classroom
  • Pre-Listening Tasks in Developing Students’ Listening Comprehension Skills in English
  • Activating language learners through project work in English
  • Aural Reading for Students who are Visually Impaired: an English Teacher’s Guide
  • Using visuals and tactile graphics in teaching English to children with normal vision and with visual impairments
  • Learning difficulties of children diagnosed with cortical visual impairment