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My address:214 Nolte Center, 315 Pillsbury Dr. SE,Minneapolis, MN 55455 USATel. 612-624-3806 (W), Fax 612-624-4579email: email@example.com / Website:https://z.umn.edu/adcohen
My personal website has migrated to Google Space: sites.google.com/a/umn.edu/andrewdcohen Program in Second Language Studies College of Liberal Arts University of Minnesota 214 Nolte Center, 315 Pillsbury Dr. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455 USA Tel. 612-624-3806 Fax 612-624-4579 email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: http://sites.google.com/a/umn.edu/andrewdcohen
Work Address: Program in Second Language Studies, University of Minnesota, 214 NCCE, 315 Pillsbury Dr. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455 Telephone: 612-624-3806 (W), 612-747-4700 (C). E-mail: email@example.com, website: sites.google.com/a/umn.edu/andrewdcohen Date & Place of Birth: March 14, 1944; Washington, D.C.; Citizenship: U.S.A. Education: B.A. in French History and Literature, Harvard University, 1965; M.A. in Linguistics, Stanford University, 1971; Ph.D. in International Development Education, Stanford University, 1973.
Positions held Director, National Language Resource Center (Office of International Education, U.S. Dept. of Education) to the University of Minnesota, 1993-2002. Chair of Council of 14 National Language Resource Centers, 2002-2004. Visiting Professor, Department of Applied Language Studies & Linguistics, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2004-2005. Faculty member, Program in Second Language Studies, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota (as of July 2008) (replacing the Program in English as a Second Language). Phased retirement status at the University of Minnesota as of July, 2009. Teaching Fall semester 2010 through Fall semester 2013, and on leave Spring and Summer semesters.
HonorsScholar of the College, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, 2002-2005.2006 Distinguished Scholarship and Service Award from the American Association for Applied Linguistics.
Assessment Forthcoming. Using test-wiseness strategy research in task development. In A. J. Kunnan (Ed.), The companion to language assessment. Vol. 2: Approaches and developments. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley/Blackwell. 2012. Test taker strategies and task design. In G. Fulcher & F. Davidson (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of language testing in a nutshell (pp. 262-277). Abingdon, England: Routledge. 2012. Test-taking strategies. In C. Coombe, P. Davidson, B. O’Sullivan, & S. Stoynoff (eds.), The Cambridge guide to assessment (pp. 96-104). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009. Cohen, A. D. (Speaker). 11. Test-taking strategies [12-minute internet video interview]. In G. Fulcher & R. Trasher (Eds.), Language testing videos. Retrieved June 26, 2009 at languagetesting.info/video/main.html#list. 2007. The coming of age for research on test-taking strategies. In J. Fox, M. Weshe, D. Bayliss, L. Cheng, C. Turner, & C. Doe (Eds.), Language testing reconsidered (pp. 80-111). Ottawa: Ottawa University Press. 2007. Cohen, A. D. & Upton, T. A. "I want to go back to the text ": Response strategies on the reading subtest of the New TOEFL. Language Testing, 24(2), 209-250. 2006. The coming of age of research on test-taking strategies. Language Assessment Quarterly, 3(4), 307-331. 2006. Cohen, A. D. & Upton, T. Strategies in responding to the new TOEFL reading tasks [Monograph No. 33]. Princeton, NJ: ETS. http://www.ets.org/Media/Research/pdf/RR-06-06.pdf.
Language Learner Styles & Strategies In press. Strategies: The interface of styles, strategies, and motivation on tasks. In S. Mercer, S. Ryan, & M. Williams (Eds.), Language learning psychology: Research, theory, and pedagogy. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. Cohen, A. D. Comprehensible pragmatics: Where input and output come together. In M. Pawlak (Ed.), New perspectives on individual differences in language learning and teaching (pp.249-261). NY, NY: Springer. 2112. Jiang, X., & Cohen, A. D. A Critical review of research on strategies in learning Chineseas both a second and foreign language. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, 2(1), 9-43. 2011. Cohen, A. D., Pinilla-Herrera, A., Thompson, J. R., & Witzig, L. E. Communicating grammatically: Evaluating a learner strategy website for Spanish grammar. CALICO Journal (Journal of the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium), 29(1), 145-172. 2011. L2 learner strategies (Ch. 41). In E. Hinkel (Ed.), Handbook of research in second language teaching and learning, Vol. II - Part V. Methods and instruction in second language teaching (pp. 681-698). Abingdon, England: Routledge. 2011. Strategies in learning and using a second language. Harlow, England: Longman Applied Linguistics/Pearson Education. http://catalogue.pearsoned.co.uk/educator/product/Strategies-in-Learning-and-Using-a-Second-Language/9781408253 2010. Focus on the language learner: Styles, strategies and motivation. In N. Schmitt (Ed.), An introduction to applied linguistics (pp. 161-178). 2nd ed. London: Hodder Education.
D NUNAN David Nunan (born 11 October 1949 in Broken Hill, Australia) is an Australian linguist who has focused on the teaching of English. His ELT textbook series "Go For It!" is the largest selling textbook series in the world with sales exceeding 2.5 billion copies. Nunans academic and student textbooks are published by Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Anaheim University Press, Palgrave/Macmillan, and the EFL publishing division of Cengage Learning. Nunan is Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Anaheim University based in Anaheim, California. Nunan serves in a concurrent role as Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Professor of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages ( TESOL) at Anaheim University where he has worked since 1996. In 2000, Nunan served as President of TESOL Inc., the worlds largest language teaching association, and was the first person to serve as President from outside North America. Previously Nunan has served as Chair and Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Hong Kong and has been involved in the teaching of graduate programs for such institutions as the University of Hawaii, Monterey Institute for International Studies, Sophia University, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand and many others. He is Academic Advisor to the GlobalEnglish Corporation, and is on the Executive Committee of The International Research Foundation for English Language Education. Nunan began his career in Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) in Sydney, Australia before completing graduate studies in the United Kingdom. He has worked as a teacher, researcher and consultant in many countries including Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong and in a number of Latin American countries
David Nunan is an Australian prominent linguist. David Nunan (born October 11, 1949 in Broken Hill, Australia ) is the director of the English Center and works as a professor at the university of Hong Kong. He has also worked as an ESL/EFL teacher, researcher. In 2000, Nunan served as President of TESOL, the world’s largest language teaching association, and was the first person to serve as President from outside North America. Professor Nunan has published books on language teaching curriculum development, discourse analysis, second language teacher education, language teaching methodology, and research methods in applied linguistics. David Nunan teaches weekly real-time online classes as well as annual face-to-face on-campus residential sessions in California. You can visit David Nunan’s Official Website for his autobiography, interviews, videos, webcasts, conference & teaching schedule, news, etc. at http://www.davidnunan.com
David NunanDavid Nunan is an Australian linguist who has focused on the teaching of English. His ELT textbook series "Go For It!" is the largest selling textbook series in the world with sales exceeding 2.5 billion copies.
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CALLA - CALLA - Cognitive AcademicLanguage Learning Approach (CALLA)Conclusion Teachers using CALLA must first prepare the students for learning using this strategy and to do so they must find out more about their background and take a look at how students previously approached an academic task.The teachers will then incorporate the right learning strategies for a specific task. Students will then practice the strategies on those tasks. The teachers will then evaluate how well they worked, encourage more practice and add the use of other strategies to nonverbal tasks.
JOAN RUBIN http://www.workingnet.com/joanrubin/edu.html PhD. Anthropology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut Dissertation: National Bilingualism in Paraguay M.A. Linguistics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor B.A. Linguistics (with a minor in ESL), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Rod Ellis From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Professor Rod Ellis is the deputy head of the Department of Applied Language Studies and Linguistics at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. In addition, he is a Cheung Kong Scholar Chair Professor at Shanghai International Studies University, and also a TESOL Professor and Chair of the Graduate School of Education at Anaheim University, where he teaches various online courses in the Master of Arts in TESOL. He has also taught in positions in Zambia, the UK, and at Temple University in Japan and the United States. He is currently editor of the journal Language Teaching Research, and is also a senior advisor to the Asian EFL Journal. Ellis received a Master of Arts from the University of Leeds, a Master of Education from the University of Bristol, and a doctorate from the University of London. He is a leading theorist of task-based language learning, and has published two books and more than a dozen articles on the subject. Since 1980, he has authored more than 30 books and 100 articles on second language acquisition. His research interests include: Second language acquisition, individual learner differences, form- focussed instruction, teacher education, course design and methodology of language teaching. [
Ellis received a Master of Arts from the University of Leeds, a Master of Education from the University of Bristol,and a doctorate from the University of London. He is a leading theorist of task-based language learning, and haspublished two books and more than a dozen articles on the subject. Since 1980, he has authored more than 30books and 100 articles on second language acquisition.His research interests include: Second language acquisition, individual learner differences, form-focussedinstruction, teacher education, course design and methodology of language teaching.