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DEGREES & CERTIFICATES
Doctoral studies in Language Education
& Linguistics (all
but 6 units, comps, dissertation), University of
in Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL), University of California Extension, Berkeley CA, 1990.
Linguistics with TESOL emphasis, California State University, San Jose CA,
in Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL), Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park CA, 1989.
French, minor in Spanish, Missouri State University, Springfield MO,
completed in absentia, 1984.
Berkeley Adult School,
Berkeley CA. Summer session Instructor of ESL. Teaching integrated
skills to low intermediate students, Summer 2002.
of San Francisco, San Francisco CA. Substitute instructor of ESL.
Teaching high beginning and low intermediate English conversation and
grammar, Fall semester 1997.
Arkansas, Fayetteville AR. Graduate Teaching Assistant in Beginning
French, Fall semester 1995.
Kansas Applied English Center, Lawrence KS. Graduate Teaching
Assistant in Intermediate ESL grammar in Fall semester 1990.
Adult Education Program, San Jose CA. Teaching advanced adult ESL
conversation and competency skills in Fall semester 1989
& Spring semester 1990.
Foothill-DeAnza College District, Cupertino & Los Altos
Hills CA. Intensive small group instruction of ESL writing,
grammar, reading, idioms, and listening comprehension laboratory
classes at De Anza College in Fall semester 1989. Teaching
Reading and Intermediate ESL Conversation at Foothill College in Winter quarter 1990.
of Languages, Campbell CA. Individual instruction of English to
IBM computer technicians. Summer 1989.
of Languages, San Jose CA. Small group instruction in beginning
English conversation for international secondary school students.
teaching internship: monitoring and supervised teaching of English
to advanced adult international students in
grammar, idioms, writing, and preparation for college ESL
coursework. Hayward Adult School, Hayward CA, May-June
internship: monitoring and supervised teaching in ESL to Advanced
Reading class at Evergreen Valley College, San
Jose CA, Spring semester 1989.
internship. Advanced communication class for international
university students and beginning grammar class for international
secondary school students. American Language Institute,
Sonoma/California State University, Rohnert Park CA, Spring
international students individually to prepare for standardized
English writing examinations, Sonoma/California State University, Rohnert
Park CA, Fall semester 1987.
internship: monitoring and supervised teaching of ESL at Berkeley Adult School, Berkeley CA; and
at Albany Adult
School, Albany CA; Spring 1985.
assistant teaching Astrology physics mini-course, Missouri State University, Springfield
MO, Spring 1977.
teaching supplementary French classes, New Bloomfield High School,
New Bloomfield MO, Spring 1972.
California Community College life credentials in
both Language Arts & Basic
California Adult Education
credential for teaching ESL (part-time preliminary
to Dec 2004).
COURSEWORK, UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS AT LAWRENCE, 1990-1993
Foundations of Curriculum
Development; Introduction to Computing in Education; General
Phonetics; Field Methods in
Comparative & Historical Linguistics; Modern English Grammar; Level
II German Reading
Course for graduate studies;
Second Language Instruction; Advanced
Educational Psychology; Teaching
Writing and the English Language;
& Curriculum in Reading; The Writing
Process--National Writing Project Model; Introduction to
Language Acquisition Theory & Research; Curriculum
& Remediation in Second Language Education; Production of Instructional
STATE UNIVERSITY AT SAN JOSE, 1988-1989
to Phonological Theory; Syntactic Theory (Generative syntax); Linguistic Field
French Linguistics; Sociolinguistics & Cross-Cultural
Communication; Semantic Structures;
Development for TESOL; Practicum in TESOL.
STATE UNIVERSITY IN SONOMA, 1987-1988
of Education Curriculum & Psychology; Linguistics & Second Language
Teaching; English Grammar & ESL;
Junior Seminar in French (19th & 20th century literature);
Literature (social & historical contexts);
Grammar & Composition; First Year German--Level II; Phonological Analysis;
Dialects & Sociolects;
Seminar--Child Language Acquisition; Morphological Analysis;
Internship in Applied Linguistics--Student Teaching;
AND POST-BACCALAUREATE COURSEWORK, UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA EXTENSION AT BERKELEY, 1982-1990
Translation; French Phonetics; Second Language Acquisition; Cross-Cultural
(Linguistics of) How the English Language Works; Uses of
Language--Intro to TESL Linguistics; Teaching English Overseas;
& Materials--Basic Techniques; Fundamentals of Classroom
Teaching English for Special Purposes;
& Materials--Advanced Techniques; TESL Practicum.
BACHELOR-LEVEL ELECTIVES AT MISSOURI
STATE UNIVERSITY AT SPRINGFIELD, 1973-1979
Civilization; French Composition; French Literature survey
courses; History of French Revolution and Napoleonic Era;
Civilization; Spanish Composition; Elementary Russian; History of Modern
China; Western Civilization.