Angelika Kraemer
CV | Contact

Michigan State University
619 Red Cedar Rd
B135 Wells Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824

Phone: 517-884-1511
kraemera@msu.edu

 

Publications

Refereed Articles

  • Schierloh, M., & Kraemer, A. (under review). Evaluating the appropriateness of Multimedia Interactive Modules as a foreign language assessment tool. System.
  • Walter, D., & Kraemer, A. (2013). SPRICH: Student Provided enRICHment; Building a language community. Neues Curriculum. http://www.neues-curriculum.org/n-c/?p=737
  • Schenker, T., & Kraemer, A. (2011). Teaching German to pre-schoolers in the US. The ETAS Journal, 29.1: 30-31.
  • Kraemer, A., & Schenker, T. (2011). Reise durch den Märchenwald – ein Projekt aus Amerika. Frühes Deutsch, 24: 14-16.
  • Kraemer, A., Ahn, S., Hillman, S., & Fei, F. (2009). Innovative learning modules for language in context: MIMEA. CALICO Journal, 27 (1): 187-204.
  • Kraemer, A. (2008). Happily ever after: Integrating language and literature through technology? Die Unterrichtspraxis, 41.1: 61-71.
  • Kraemer, A. (2006). Teachers’ use of English in communicative German language classrooms: A qualitative analysis. Foreign Language Annals, 39.3: 435-450.
  • Kraemer, A. (2006). Using computer technology to model and teach intercultural communication. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Town & Country Resort and Convention Center, San Diego, California. http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p98099_index.html

Book Chapters

  • Kraemer, A., & Schenker, T. (2012). Reaching all learners through community-based language programs. Touch the World (pp. 1-19). Milwaukee, WI: CSCTFL.
  • Kraemer, A. (2008). Engaging students through hybrid course materials. In: A. Moeller, J. Theiler, & S. Betta (Eds.), Turning Today’s Students into Tomorrow’s Stars (pp. 101-127). Milwaukee, WI: CSCTFL.
  • Kraemer, A. (2008). Formats of distance learning. In: S. Goertler, & P. Winke (Eds.), Opening Doors through Distance Language Education: Principles, Perspectives, and Practices. CALICO Monograph Series, Volume 7 (pp. 11-42). San Marcos, TX: CALICO.
  • Goertler, S., & Kraemer, A. (2008). Raising global citizens through childhood language programs. In: P. Whitten, J. Bokemeier, & H. Fitzgerald (Eds.), New Directions in Family Research at Michigan State University (pp. 103-110). East Lansing: Michigan State University, University Outreach and Engagement.

Book Reviews

  • Kraemer, A. (2007). [Book Review for “Genie-Satire und Frauenerziehung” by Phillip McKnight and David Pickus]. ECCB – The Eighteenth-Century Current Bibliography, 29 (2003): 429-403.

Newsletters

  • Kraemer, A. (2013). Engaging world laguage students through service-learning. CLEAR Newsletter, 17 (1): 1-5.
  • Kraemer, A. (2012). One World, One Day – Increasing literacy and cultural awareness. CeLTA Newsletter, 3, Spring: 2.
  • Kraemer, A. (2011). CLS expands programming to preschoolers. CeLTA Newsletter, 1, Spring: 3.
  • Kraemer, A. (2011). CeLTA language and culture summer programs. The Ling Lang Letter, 3.2: 4.
  • Kraemer, A. (2011). Language and culture enrichment programs in Detroit. The Ling Lang Letter, 3.1: 4.
  • Kraemer, A. (2011). Education in the age of globalization: A French perspective. MIWLA Messenger, Summer Issue: 42.
  • Kraemer, A. (2011). Technology at CSC. MIWLA Messenger, Summer Issue: 12-13.
  • Kraemer, A. (2011). Community Language School. CeLTA Newsletter, 2, Fall: 2.
  • Kraemer, A., & Jenkins, M. (2010). Jumpstarting language learning skills: Community Language School. MUSES, 20: 65-67.
  • Jenkins, M., & Kraemer, A. (2010). CLS culture and language program engages John R. King students. MUSES, 20: 68-69.
  • Kraemer, A. (2010). CeLTA summer programs: Hands-on language learning and teaching. The LingLang Letter, 1 (3): 7.
  • Kraemer, A (2010). Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Summer Orientation. The LingLang Letter, 1 (3): 3.
  • Kraemer, A. (2010). Service Learning: Engaging world language students in the community. MIWLA Messenger, Summer Issue: 15.
  • Kraemer, A. (2010). Teaching Internships in Germany. The LingLang Letter, 1 (2): 6-7.
  • Kraemer, A. (2010). CSLT renamed: Center for Language Teaching Advancement. The LingLang Letter, 1 (2): 1.
  • Kraemer, A., & Mickeleit, J. (2006). Non-traditional language Instruction at the elementary school level. CLEAR Newsletter, 10 (1): 8-9.
  • Kraemer, A., & Richards, K. (2003). Ost-West-Konflikt bis Love Parade: Neue deutsche Filme in und über Berlin. AATG Michigan Newsletter, Spring: 5-6.