Yuliya Byelozyorova

Position: Associate Professor, German Philology Department

Scientific degree: Candidate of Philological Sciences

Academic status: Associate Professor

Phone (office): (032) 239-47-67

Google Scholar profile: scholar.google.com

Research interests

Cognitive linguistics, linguostylistics, discourse interpretation


“Cognitive and Discourse Aspects of Time Conceptualization in the Modern German Language” (2005)



Belozyorova Yu.S., Chernyavska D.O. Female and Male Archetypes of Postmodern Linguaculture in Elfriede Jelinek’s Novel Women as Lovers (Die Liebhaberinnen) / Yu.S. Belozyorova, D.O. Chernyavska // Visnyk ZNU. Philological Research. – 2012. – № 2. – С. 53-57.- visnykznu.org/visnyk_ua/home/fil.html


Belozyorova Yu.S. Interaction of Lexical and Grammatical Markers of Time in the Organisation of the Temporal Map of the German Official and Business Discourse / Yu.S. Belozyorova / Research Notes of Kirovograd State Pedagogical University. – 2015. – Publication 137. – P. 457-462.- www.kspu.kr.ua/ua/fakhovi-zbirnyky/3346-naukovi-zapiski-2015


Belozyorova Yu.S. Creation of the Strategy to Read Foreign Language Texts / Yu.S. Belozyorova, Shapochka N.V. // Mariupol Youth Research Forum: Traditional and New Aspects of Research and Teaching of Foreign Languages and Literature. Materials of the 1st Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Internet Conference for Students, Post-Graduates and Young Researchers. – 2015 – Part 1. – P. 133-136 – mdu.in.ua/Nauch/Konf/2015/mariupolskij_molodizhnij_forum_2015_chastina_1.pdf


Ms Yu. Belozyorova was born on 22.09.1976 in the city of Zaporizhia. She studied at Zaporizhian secondary school Nu 5 from 1983 to 1993 and was granted a gold-medal reward. She entered Zaporizhian State University in 1993 to study “The German Language and Literature” at the Faculty of Foreign Languages. She graduated with honours in 1998 and was awarded a qualification of philologist, teacher of German and English. After graduation in 1998 she started to work at the Chair of German Philology and also continued her post-graduate studies with a specialization 10.02.04 “The Germanic Languages”. She wrote a dissertation “Cognitive and Discourse Aspects of Time Conceptualization in the Modern German Language”, the public defense of which took place on April 14, 2005. She was awarded a title of Docent of the Chair of German Philology and Translation of Zaporizhian State University on April 14, 2011.

Since September 1, 2014 she has been working as a Docent of the Chair of German Philology at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv


Internships and Qualification Upgrade:

2013-2015  – participation in seminars Goethe Institute “Qualification Upgrade: German as a Foreign Language for Multiplicators”

August 2014 – Goethe Institute seminar “Germany Country Studies of Germany, Planning and Analysis of the Germal Language Lesson”, Schwäbisch Hall (Germany)

2012, 2013, 2016 – Certification of an Examination Administrator for Exams Fit in Deutsch1, 2; Goethe-Zertifikat A1, A2, B1, B2

August 2009 – Linguistic Seminar at Duisburg-Essen University, specialization “The German Studies”

August 2007 – Seminar on Methodology of Teaching German as Second Foreign Language, Goethe Institute Munich

2000-2001 – DAAD Scholarship, Hannover University (Germany)

Teaching materials

Major Language (German) – 1st Year
Actual problems of Philology (Module “Advertising Discourse”)

Methodological materials:

  1. Methodological Notes on Home Reading in German as the Second Foreign Language for Student of 2nd-4th Year of the Foreign Philology Faculty. – Zaporizhia: ZSU, 2000. – 91 p.
  2. Theoretische Grammatik der deutschen Gegenwartssprache: Studying and Methodological Textbook for Students of 3rd Year of the Foreign Philology Faculty (specialization “The German Language and Literature”). – Zaporizhia: ZSU, 2007. – 74 p.