Helene Hauge

Associate Professor, Chair of the Executive Committee for Teacher Education (FUL)

Department of Language and Literature Faculty of Humanities
+47 73596776

Background and activities

I am an associate professor in English linguistics at the Department of language and literature. I have an an MA in English linguistics from NTNU. In addition, I have studied German  and general linguistics.

Teaching:

I teach English linguistics and and English proficiency on the BA level both on campus and on the web-based continuing education programme  Take Credit

Academic interests:

  • sentence structure
  • information structure
  • language learning
  • new and flexible approaches to teaching

Duties:

  • Deputy head of education, Depatment of language and literature, 2013 -
  • Head of the study programme MA in Language studies with teacher education, 2010 - 2017
  • Member of the Education Committee at the Faculty of Humanities, 2015-

 

 

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications

Part of book/report

  • Hauge, Helene; Angelsen, Anja Katrine. (2018) Developing Language Awareness. Teaching and Learning English.
  • Hauge, Helene. (2014) Språkleg samanlikning i klasserommet. Fremmedspråksdidaktikk.
  • Brøseth, Heidi; Hauge, Helene; Norbeck, Helene. (2013) "I enjoyed using SRS in the classroom" - A research study of Student Response System in Norwegian classes and in further education of language teachers in Norway. The Joy of Learning : Enhancing Learning Experience : Improving Learning Quality Proceedings of the European Distance and E-Learning Network 2013 Annual Conference.

Report/dissertation

  • Vulchanova, Mila Dimitrova; Græsli, Bjørn Helge; Hauge, Helene; Midtgård, Tone Victoria. (2006) ENG1101 - English language: An introduction to the structure of English - Coursebook. 2006.
  • Hauge, Helene; Et, Al. (2004) English language: An intoduction to the structure of English (Chapter 8-11 Syntax). 2004.