This page was created in order to share ideas with teachers in the field of foreign language education. Later, I created a page devoted only to second language education: WORLD LANGUAGES AND ESOL.
I have maintained the page related to my interests and professional
career in this important field. These ideas are the product
of many years of language teaching, observations of teachers, workshops
witnessed and conducted, etc. I coordinated the program for foreign
language education here at UCF, a program that I designed, until 1999.|
The program coordinator, now, is
Dr. Karen Verkler
There are interesting ideas and materials for language
teachers on the page. In the future, I will concentrate on the
examination of research on the brain and memory functioning in order to
develop insights about language acquisition and suggest modifications in
teaching techniques for second languages based on this study.
Please visit me on the Foreign
Language Education page.
Language as Human Behavior Cultural Focus of Language Teaching
Research FLES Professional Workshops,
Language Links among other interesting sites.
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We're taking a look at how brain research underlies theory.
My primary field of expertise is
Foreign Language Education/TESOL.
HONORS PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE
An Interdisciplinary Class, PHI 4932H
The past few years, I have taught as an Interdisciplinary Fellow
under the auspices of the Office Interdisciplinary Studies
and for the Burnett Honors College.
I do consulting in Second Language Acquisition/Methods,
Culture, and Curriculum and Instruction.
Please tune in frequently for updates
on my home page.
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