Senior lecturer, Programme Leader Translation and Interpreting
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 6083
Room 610, Level 6, AUT Tower, corner of Wakefield and Rutland Streets, Auckland Central
- Licentiate of the Trinity College of London
- Teaching English as a Foreign Language (London)
- Grosses Sprachdiplom (Otto-Maximillian University, Munich)
- Graduate Diploma Tertiary Teaching (AUT)
- Dip Second Language Teaching (Massey University)
- MA (Hons) Applied Linguistics (Waikato University)
Memberships and Affiliations:
- Teachers of English as a Second Language New Zealand (TESOLANZ)
- Institute for Culture, Discourse and Communication.
Teaching responsibility: Undergraduate
- Theory & Practice of Interpreting
- Contextual Studies
- Oral Discourse for Interpreting
- Introduction to Language Study
- Phonology Applied
- English pronunciation and self-identity in non-native speakers.
- Development of post-graduate academic literacy.
- Learning and Teaching Pragmatics using semi-authentic spoken texts.
Annette's research interests include acoustic productive phonology, applied to English pronunciation, and applied to people with English as an Additional Language (EAL speakers). She is also working on the development of post-graduate level academic literacy for thesis and dissertation writers. Annette has a research associateship with the Institute for Culture, Discourse and Communication. She is a member of the Password Editorial Group and regular contributor to Password.
Current Research Projects:
Annette is part of a small team conducting research into learning and teaching English pragmatics using semi-authentic spoken texts. She is specialising in under-graduate level classes.
- Sachtleben, A. F., Strauss, P. &. Turner, E. (2009). Empowering the Apprentice Academic: Teaching Writing at Postgraduate Level. Equinox Writing & Pedagogy 1(2). ISSN 1756-5847
- Strauss, P., Sachtleben A., & Turner, E. (2008).Talkback: Empowering EAL thesis writers. In Intercultural Communications across university settings – Myths and realities. Ed. Van Rij-Heyligers . North Shore: Pearson Education NZ Ltd. 174-188.
- Strauss, P. and Sachtleben, A. (2007). Talkback: Empowering EAL thesis writers. CSUE Conference Proceedings, University of Auckland.
- Sachtleben, A., Strauss, P, and Turner, E. ( 2006). The EAL thesis: An approach to language support. In Conference Proceedings 10th Community Languages and English for Speakers of Other Languages Conference, Napier. Ed. Scott. 17-pg pdf
- Sachtleben, A. (2005). The role of the entrance test in internationalisation. Communication Skills in University Education: The International Dimension. Eds Manalo & Wong-Toi. Auckland: Pearson.(252-259).
- Sachtleben, A. (2005). Engineering academic literacy support . Confidential report , AUT.
- Sachtleben, A. (2004). Proxemics: In your face or at arms length? Marking our Difference. Ed Wigglesworth. Melbourne: University of Melbourne. 266-273.
Sachtleben, A. (2002). Cooperative Work Placement: Educating monolingual gatekeepers. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education Vol 3 1, 18-21.
- Short Story Competition (CLESOL/Pearson) 1992
- AUT Long Service Award 2009