Besides being passionate about the Lithuanian language as a philologist, she is currently finishing her Ph.D. in Lithuanian intonation while at the same time working on other speech-technology-related projects. Her scientific interests are intonational phonetics and phonology as well as analysis of extralinguistic and paralinguistic language elements. She teaches Lithuanian as a Foreign Language A1, Lithuanian Phonetics and Grammar (for Lithuanian as a Foreign Language A1 students), Speaking Practice of the Lithuanian Language II (for A2 and B1 levels), Professional Language (for students of Logistics and Commerce, Tourism Industries, and Rural Development).
Vytautas Magnus University provides individualised in-service training programmes for companies.
|Learning resources||Learning organisation|
|Individual||In a group|
|Lectures / consultations /|
Contact hours with the lecturer
|1 – 2 academic hours||Throughout the learning period|
|Work in a group|
|Communication in forums|
|Lecturer’s feedback||For a final work||For all assignments|
|Assessment and discussion of assignments||Final assignments||All assignments|
|Assessment of learning results|
|Certificate of accomplishment|