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Angélique joined King’s College London in 2006. She holds a MA in Educational Science and Sociology from the Technische Universität Berlin and a certificate in “Methods and Didactics for Teaching Foreign Languages” from the Goethe Institute. She taught German as a foreign language in Berlin and Slovenia before moving to London. Angélique teaches assessed modules for UG and PG students at all levels and also designed the “Reading German Texts” evening course to cater mainly for postgraduate students who need to improve their reading skills only. She was shortlisted for the King’s Excellence in Teaching award in 2018 in the category of sustained excellence. Angélique is very enthusiastic about using games, creative writing and puppets as a teaching method to bring some fun and creativity into the classroom. This also helps to solve speaking or writing blocks and allows the use of the target language in a meaningful context. Since she is also a yoga teacher, Angélique may have suggestions for yoga exercises in the classroom to improve your German. Her MA dissertation looked at pedagogical concepts of Célestin Freinet and Paulo Freire. Angélique’s recent research interests include meaningful and effective feedback, exploratory practice in language teaching and using puppets in the classroom to overcome speaking anxiety.