dr Robert Lee

Instytut Językoznawstwa

Katedra Języka Angielskiego

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Pracownia Językoznwastwa Angielskiego

Centrum Nauk Humanistycznych, pokój 212

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Przebieg pracy naukowo - dydaktycznej

  • University of Nottingham, England 1975 - 79
    • BA degree in French and Spanish studies
  • University of Nottingham School of Education 1979 - 80
    • Post-Graduate Certificate in Education
  • West Park Community School, Derby, England 1980 - 1983
    • Teacher of French
  • West Park Community School, Derby 1984 - 1987
    • Deputy Head of Year and teacher of French
  • West Park Community School, Derby 1987 - 1992
    • Head of Spanish and teacher of French
  • Higher School of English, English Teacher Training College, Olsztyn, Poland 1992 - 1997
    • Lecturer
    • Provision of courses in educational theory and practice; practical English; language acquisition
  • Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan 1994 - 1997
    • MA in English philology
    • MA dissertation: Emphasising the affective factor. A way forward for Polish teachers of English?
  • Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan 2002 - 2009
    • Ph. D. in English philology
    • Ph. D. dissertation: Orthographical Variation in the F manuscript of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
  • University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn 1997 - 2009
    • Lecturer
    • Provision of courses in practical English and History of the English Language
  • University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, 2009 - present
    • Lecturer
    • Provision of courses in practical English, History of the English Language, supervision of first degree dissertations

Działalność dydaktyczna
Prowadzone kursy:

  • French to ‘O', CSE and GCSE level
  • Spanish to GCSE level
  • Educational Theory and Practice
  • Language Acquisition
  • Supervision of student teachers
  • Practical English: Conversation
  • Practical English: Writing
  • Practical English: Reading
  • History of the English language
  • Proseminar
  • First degree seminar


Działalność naukowa

Zainteresowania badawcze
Old English, the Anglo-Saxon chronicle


  1. "Old English patterns with self. Evidence from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Manuscript A" (współautorzy I. Góralczyk i J. Łozińska). 2013. Acta Neophilologica 15/2. Olsztyn: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warmińsko-Mazurskiego w Olsztynie, 43-52.

Udział w konferencjach

  1. Olsztyn, September 2013 Post - Newtonian models of the world and new paradigms in language and communication studies. Paper title: Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, manuscript F: some scribal variation


Działalność organizacyjna
Educational trips and exchanges from England to France and Spain


Promotor prac licencjackich


  1. Linguistic analysis of chosen fragments of Beowulf
  2. Analysis of Macbeth in terms of word order, blank verse and functional shift
  3. The issue of untranslatability in books written by Joanna Chmielewska on the example of Lesio and Wszystko Czerwone
  4. A comparative study of English and Polish colour idioms
  5. Leechcraft in the Anglo-Saxon world
  6. The English language in sports reports
  7. Comparative etymological study of chemical element names in Polish and English
  8. Hardcore Punk as a contemporary counterculture
  9. The Battle of Maldon - a linguistic overview of the poem
  10. Christianisation of Britain between the 6th and 9th centuries had a significant influence on language and culture
  11. The reign of Edward I Plantagenet


  1. The Norman invasion: Its influence on English as seen in Middle English texts.
  2. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, manuscript D and E - linguistic investigation.
  3. Formal blends in the children's television series „Bear in the Big Blue House" as conceptual blends in a Cognitive Linguistic perspective
  4. Bilingualism: A family study.
  5. Accents of English in the British Isles.
  6. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, manuscript C and D. A linguistic investigation.
  7.  Metaphors concerning animals - a cognitive linguistic perspective.
  8. A comparison of the speech patterns of British social classes in the sitcom „Keeping Up Appearances"
  9. Variation in modern English: Internet aspects.
  10. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, manuscript A and C. A linguistic investigation.
  11. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, manuscript D and F.A linguistic investigation.


  1. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Manuscripts C and D - a Linguistic Investigation
  2. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Manuscripts A and F - a Linguistic Investigation


Zainteresowania i hobby
Canoeing; cooking curries; geomorphology of the British Isles