CURRICULUM VITAE (Updated November 21st, 2014)

E-mail:           catherinekim@pacificu.edu

Phone:           (503)352-1459 (Office) 

On Sabbatical 2014-2015

Education

Ph.D.            Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, January 1997 

                    Specialization: Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, TESOL and Bilingualism

Ph.D. Dissertation: The sensitive period for second-language acquisition: A reaction-time study of maturational effects on the acquisition of L2 lexico-semantic and syntactic systems. Ph. D. dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (Advisor: Dr. Molly A. Mack)

SLATE         (Advanced Certificate of Study in Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, January 1997

M.A.            Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 1994

                    Area of Focus: Theoretical Linguistics (Syntax)

B.A.             English Language and Literature, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, February 1992 

                    Area of Focus: English Linguistics

Visiting Exchange Student, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, August 1990 - July 1991

 

Professional Employment

Associate Professor (tenured),            College of Education, Pacific University, 2011- present

Assistant Professor,                            College of Education, Pacific University, 2008- 2011

Adjunct Faculty,                                   College of Education, Pacific University, 2006-2008

Adjunct Faculty,                                    Department of Applied Linguistics, Portland State University, 2007

Linguistic Consultant,                           Appen Butler Hill Group (for Microsoft Inc. Machine-Translation project), 2006-2011

Visiting Assistant Professor,                 Department of Applied Linguistics, Portland State University, 2006

Assistant Professor,                              Language Pedagogy & Linguistics,  Dept. of East Asian Languages and Literatures

                             Ohio State University, 2001 – 2005

Full-time Lecturer,                                 Korean Language Program,  Department of East Asian Studies

                                                              Princeton University, 1999 –2001

Lecturer,                                                Graduate School of Education (TESOL) and Dept. of English Language and Literature       

                                                              Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea 1997-1998

Instructor,                                              Division of ESL Education, Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, Korea 1997

Director of ESL Testing,                        G-TELP (General Tests of English Language Proficiency), Seoul, Korea 1997 

Principal Instructor Korean,                  East Asian Summer Language Institute, Indiana University,1996

Head of Korean TAs,                            Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois, 1996

Korean Teaching Assistant,                  Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois, 1994-1996

Graduate Assistant,                              Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois, 1993


Publications

Book Chapters (Peer-reviewed)

[3] Lee, E-J., & Kim, C. E.  (2012). Parental views and needs for Korean community schools: A case study in Ohio. In A. Byon and D. Pyun (Eds.). Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language: Pathways to Advanced Skills Series, vol.13  (pp. 229-249). Columbus, OH: National Foreign Language Resource Center [ISBN: 978-0-87415-373-6].

[2] Kim, E. (2006). Heritage language maintenance by Korean-American college students.  In K. Kondo-Brown (Ed.). Heritage Language Development: Focus on East Asian Immigrants (pp. 175-208).  Studies in Bilingualism Series. John Benjamins Publishing Co [ISBN: 90-272-4143-0].

[1] Kim, E. (2005).  Advances in Korean Language Curricula at American Universities (in Korean).  In H. Min (Ed. in chief). Theories of Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language (Hanʼgugŏ kyoyungnon) (pp.153-174). International Association for Korean Language Education [ISBN: 9788957263013].


Journal Articles (Peer-reviewed)

[7] Kim, C. E., & Pyun, D. O.  (2014).  Heritage language literacy maintenance: A study of Korean-American heritage learners.  Language, Culture and Curriculum, 27(3), 294-315.    To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07908318.2014.970192

[6] Kim, C. E. (2011). Textual Input Enhancement: Applications in Teaching. ORTESOL Journal, 28, 22-27. Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages [ISSN: 0192-401X]

[5] Timmermans, K., & Kim, C. E. (2011). Curricular renovations in ESOL: How do we better prepare our teachers? ORTESOL Journal, 28, 9-14. Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages [ISSN: 0192-401X]

[4] Kim, E.  (2003). Effects of word clustering on L2 Korean vocabulary learning, Journal of Korean Language Education, 14.1. 367-388. International Association for Korean Language Education [ISSN: 1225-6137].

[3] Kim, E.  (2002). Development of writing accuracy in L2 Korean through error feedback:  longitudinal study of L2 writing in Korean, Journal of Korean Language Education, 13.1. 279-306. International Association for Korean Language Education [ISSN: 1225-6137].

[2] Kim, E. (2001).  Korean language pedagogy as a field of academic study (in Korean), Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language, 25/26, 33-77. Yonsei University Press [ISSN: 1598-8201].

[1] Kim, E. (1997).  Maturational constraints on second-language acquisition:  reaction-time (RT) study of lexical-decision and grammaticality-judgment test, Journal of the Applied Linguistics Association of Korea, 13, 1-34.  Applied Linguistics Association of Korea [ISSN: 1225-3871].

 

Published Proceedings/Invited Articles (Editor-reviewed)

[9] Kim, E. (2004).  Korean-English bilinguals and heritage language maintenance. In H-Y. Kim (Ed.), Korean Language in America 9: Papers from the Ninth Annual Conference and Professional Development Workshop (pp. 244-258). Durham, NC: American Association of Teachers of Korean. 

[8] Kim, E. (2003). Designing a course syllabus for pedagogical syntax of Korean, Curriculum and Syllabus of Korean as a Foreign Language (Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Korean Language Education). 483-498.  International Association for Korean Language Education.

[7] Kim, E. (2003).  Korean language curricula and syllabi at American universities (in Korean), Curriculum and Syllabus of Korean as a Foreign Language (Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Korean Language Education). 49-64. International Association for Korean Language Education.

[6] Kim, E. (2003).  An analysis of particle errors by heritage and non-heritage learners of KoreanIn C. You (Ed.), Korean Language in America 8: Papers from the Eighth Annual Conference and Professional Development Workshop (pp. 37-50). Berkeley, CA: American Association of Teachers of Korean. 

[5] Kim, E. (2002).  Direct and indirect feedback on written accuracy in L2 Korean:  How effective are they? Present and Future Teaching Methods of Korean as a Foreign Language (Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Korean Language Education), 392-397.  International Association for Korean Language Education.

[4] Kim, E. (2002).  Korean language education and teaching methodology at American universities (in Korean), Present and Future Teaching Methods of Korean as a Foreign Language (Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Korean Language Education), 76-78.  International Association for Korean Language Education.

[3] Kim, E. (2002).  Investigating the acquisition of Korean particles by beginning and intermediate learners. In J. J. Ree (Ed.), Korean Language in America 7: Papers from the Seventh Annual Conference and Professional Development Workshop (pp. 165-176). Tallahassee, FL: American Association of Teachers of Korean. 

[2] Kim, E. (2000).  Phonological, syntactic, and semantic linking in Korean vocabulary learningIn S-O. S Sohn (Ed.), Korean Language in America 5: Papers from the Fifth National Conference (pp. 291-301). Los Angeles, CA: American Association of Teachers of Korean. 

[1] Kim, E. (1997).  The sensitive periods for the acquisition of L2 lexico-semantic and syntactic systems,  Proceedings of Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), 21, 354-365. Cascadilla Press [ISSN: 1080-692X].


Conference Presentations

Invited Presentations/Lectures/Seminars*

* All the presentations are single-authored unless noted otherwise.

[15] "Academic Language Activities in Sheltered STEM Content Instruction:Focus on Science" (with K. Carr and J. Pope), Invited Workshop offered to the Lane ESD Middle and High School Science Teachers, October 29, 2014.

[14]  “ESL Teacher Preparation for Process-Oriented Writing Instruction” COE Brownbag Series, Pacific University, February 10, 2014.

[13] “Oregon ESOL for the Next Generation: A Panel Discussion” Panel facilitator, ORTESOL Fall Conference, Portland, OR, October 12, 2013.

[12] “Heritage Language Maintenance by Language Minority Students” Invited Presentation to the South Dakota School District Teachers, May 29, 2013.

[11] “Grant-Writing Basics” (with Diana Watkins) Presentation at the Undergraduate Leadership Conference, Pacific University, February 9, 2013.

[10] “Input Enhancement and Focus on Form in Teaching ESL” Presentation at COE Brownbag Series, Pacific University, March 16, 2011.

[9] “Falling through the Cracks: Meeting the Needs of ELLs in Secondary Schools (Based on Webcast hosted by NYKN/TESOL on October 28, 2008)” Presentation at COE Brownbag Series, Pacific University, March 2, 2009.

[8] “Assessment of Korean-English bilinguals’ Language Proficiency: How do Background Variables Predict their Language Proficiency?”  Lecture presented at Brownbag talk in the Department of Applied Linguistics, Portland State University, March 1, 2006.

[7] “Learner Variables in Classroom Foreign Language Instruction” Invited lecture presented at Graduate Teaching Associate Teacher Training Workshop, Foreign Language Center, OSU, September 12, 2005.

[6] “Assessment of Language Proficiency for KFL (Korean as a Foreign Language)” Invited discussion at the 15th International Conference on Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, August 6-7, 2005.

[5] “Understanding Learner Differences in Korean Language Classes: Are Heritage Learners at an Advantage?”  Invited lecture presented at Institute of Language and Information Studies, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea,  December 14, 2004.

[4] "The Curricula and the Syllabi of Korean Language in American Universities" Invited Plenary presented at the 13th International Conference on Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, August 9-10, 2003.

[3] "Teaching Korean at American universities: Is There a Magical Way?" Invited discussion at the 12th International Conference on Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, August 10-11, 2002.

[2] "Task-Based Teaching of Korean as a Foreign Language: How is it Different from Other Approach(es)?" (With K. Ko) Invited Workshop Panel organized at The 7th Annual Teacher Training Workshop and Conference of the AATK, Orlando, FL, July 31- August 3, 2002.

[1] "Lesson Plan and Classroom Management for Korean Language Classes," Invited lecture at the 8th Workshop of the International Association of Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, November 15, 1997.

Conference Presentations (Peer-Reviewed)*

* All the conference presentations are single-authored unless noted otherwise.

[29] “Academic Language Activities in Sheltered STEM Content Instruction” (with K. Carr and J. Pope). COSA SELA (Confederation of School Administrators State EL Alliance) Conference, Eugene, OR, March 13-14, 2014.

[28] "Heritage Language Literacy Maintenance: A Study of Korean-American Heritage Learners" (with D. Pyun).  AAAL (American Association of Applied Linguistics)  Annual Conference, Portland, OR March 22-25, 2014. 

[27] “Improving ELL Teaching Effectiveness of STEM Teachers” (with K. Timmermans and S. Gutierrez). COSA SELA (Confederation of School Administrators State EL Alliance) Conference, Eugene, OR, March 15, 2013.

[26] “Promoting Pre- and In-Service Teachers’ Cultural Competence through Discussion Forums in a Hybrid Format” ORATE (Oregon Association of Teacher Educators) The 16th  Annual Conference, Portland, OR, February 22, 2013.

[25] “National Standards for Korean Language Curriculum: Framework (with S. Cho, Y. Kang, D. Pyun, and E-J. Kim). ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) 2012 Conference, Philadelphia, PA, November 16-18, 2012.

[24] "Meeting the Literacy Needs, Learning Opportunities and Motivation for KHLs (Korean Heritage Learners)" (with D. Pyun).  ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) 2012 Conference, Philadelphia, PA, November 16-18, 2012.

[23] “Promoting Pre- and In-Service Teachers’ Cultural Competence through Discussion Forums in a Hybrid Format” OTEN (Oregon Technology in Education Network) Annual Conference, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon, September 15, 2012.

[22] “Teaching Vocabulary with Thematic Links in ELL Literacy Instruction” ORA (Oregon Reading Association) Annual Conference, Portland, OR, February 4-5, 2011.

[21] “Link-based Vocabulary Learning in ESL”  ORTESOL (Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Fall Conference, Portland, OR, November 12-13, 2010.

[20] “Focus on Form in ELL Reading Instruction”  IRA (International Reading Association) West Regional Conference, Portland, OR, February 18-20, 2010.

[19] “Designing ESL Reading Activities: Reading-Writing Connection with Focus on Form” (with L. Lester).  ORTESOL (Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Fall Conference, Portland, OR, November 20-21, 2009.

[18] “Literacy Practices in the Heritage Language: A Key to Successful Language Maintenance” National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) Annual Conference, Austin, TX, February 18-21, 2009.

[17] “Textual Enhancement in Reading Instruction: A Way to Accommodate English-Language Learners’ Language Needs in Reading Comprehension” ORA (Oregon Reading Association) State Conference, Portland, OR, February 6-7, 2009.

[16] “Out-of-School Academic English Practices by Korean Immigrant Students” ORTESOL (Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Fall Conference, Gresham, OR, November 21-22, 2008.

[15] “Voices from Korean Community Schools in Ohio: A “Parents’ Needs” Analysis” (with E-J. Lee). The 10th Annual Conference and Workshop of American Association of Teachers of Korean, Brigham Young University, August 11-13, 2005.

[14] "Constructing Lesson Tests for Korean Language Classes" Workshop panel organized at the 9th Annual Conference and Workshop of American Association of Teachers of Korean, Duke University, June 23-26, 2004.

[13] "Korean-English Bilinguals and Heritage Language Maintenance" The 9th Annual Conference and Workshop of American Association of Teachers of Korean, Duke University, June 23-26, 2004.

[12] "Designing a Course Syllabus for Pedagogical Syntax of Korean" The 13th International Conference on Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, August 9-10, 2003.

[11] "An Analysis of Particle Errors by Heritage and Non-Heritage Learners of Korean" The 8th Annual Conference and Workshop of American Association of Teachers of Korean, Berkeley, California, June 25-28, 2003.

[10] "Direct and Indirect Feedback on Written Accuracy in L2 Korean: How Effective are They?" The 12th International Conference on Korean Language Education, Seoul, Korea, August 10-11, 2002.

[9] "Investigating the Acquisition of Korean Particles by Beginning and Intermediate Learners" The 7th Annual Teacher Training Workshop and Conference of the AATK, Orlando, FL, July 31-August 3, 2002.

[8] “Link-based Korean Vocabulary Learning through a Web Site"  The 4th Annual Conference of National Council of Organizations of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL), Arlington, Virginia, April 6-8, 2001.

[7] “Phonological, Syntactic, and Semantic Linking in Korean Vocabulary Learning,” The 5th Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Korean, Los Angeles, CA, August 2-5, 2000.

[6"Age of L2 Acquisition and Ultimate L2 Proficiency in Second-Language Acquisition: A Methodological Issue," The Biannual Conference of the Applied Linguistics Association of Korea (ALAK), Seoul, Korea, December 12, 1997.

[5] "The Bilingual Lexicon: Shared or Separate?" The Linguistics Conference, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, November 29, 1997.

[4] "Assessing Maturational Constraints on Second-Language Acquisition: Timed vs. Untimed Tasks," The 17th Annual Second Language Research Forum, East Lansing, MI, October 17-19, 1997. 

[3] "The Sensitive Periods for Second-Language Acquisition," The Linguistics Seminar, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, March 28, 1997.

[2] "The Sensitive Periods for the Acquisition of L2 Lexico-Semantic and Syntactic Systems," The 21st Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA, November 1-3, 1996.

[1] "The Sensitive Periods for the Acquisition of L2 Lexico-Semantic and Syntactic Systems,” The Linguistics Seminar, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, February 29, 1996. 


Funded Research Projects

[12] MOLEP (Multimodal Online Learning for ESOL Program), TARGET (Teaching Advancement and Research Grants in Educational Technology), Principal Investigator, Pacific University, February 2014 - Present.

[11] ELSTEM (ESOL for STEM Educators), National Professional Development Grant, Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA), Department of Education, Project Director and Principal Investigator, April 2012 - Present

[10] STEM teachers’ perception and understanding of ESOL Education (Funded by Faculty Professional Development Grant at Pacific University), Principal Investigator, July 2013 – June 2014

[9] National Standards for Korean Language Curriculum for Grades 6-12 Korean Language Education, May 2012- Present

[8] Needs Analysis of Korean Heritage Learners (KHLs),  (Principal Investigator, January 2012 - Present)

[7] Interdependence of First and Second Language Literacy Competence (Principal Investigator; Funded by Faculty Professional Development Grant at Pacific University), July 2010 - Present

[6] Academic English Language Proficiency Development by Recent Immigrant Students (Principal Investigator; Funded by Faculty Professional Development Grant in the College of Education at Pacific University), January 2009 - Present

[5] Heritage Language Proficiency Assessment of Korean-English Bilinguals (Funded by the College of Humanities at Ohio State University), April 2005 – June 2005

[4] Program Evaluation of Community Language Schools (with Eun-Jo Lee), January 2005 – April 2005

[3] Korean Individualized Instruction (I.I.) Materials (On-line Individualized CALL Materials Funded by U.S. Department of Education through National East Asian Language Resource Center at Ohio State University),  October 2001 – December 2005

[2] Curricular and Lesson plans of Individualized Language Instruction (Materials published as a teachers’ guide for individualized language instruction), Ohio State University, September 2004-December 2005

[1] Web-based Korean Vocabulary Learning (On-line Vocabulary Learning Site), Princeton University, August 2000 - May 2001

 

Grants and Recognitions

[16] National Professional Development (NPD) Grant (Project Director and Principal Investigator; Project title: ELSTEM - ESOL endorsement for STEM educators), Office of English Language Acquisition, Department of Education (T365Z120107: awarded $1,342,485.00) 2012-2017

[15] National Science Foundation (NSF) Noyce Phase II Grant (Co-Principal Investigator; Project title: Pacific University Preparation of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse STEM Teachers), NSF (DUE-1439628:  awarded $798,069.00) 2014-2019 

[14] TARGET (Teaching Advancement and Research Grant in Education), Pacific University, 2014 (Awarded $4,000)

[13] Faculty Professional Development Grant, Pacific University, 2013 (Awarded $3000.00)

[12] Incentive Funds (Project Director for the development of Online ESOL Endorsement Curriculum), Pacific University (awarded $3,750) 2010-2011

[11] Faculty Professional Development Grant, Pacific University, 2010 (Awarded $3,000)

[10] Faculty Professional Development Grant, College of Education, Pacific University, 2009 (Awarded $2,000)

[9] Assistant Professor Research Fund (APRF), College of Humanities, Ohio State University, 2005 (Awarded $5,500)

[8] Assistant Professor Summer Research Stipend, College of Humanities, Ohio State University, 2002 (Awarded $2,000)

[7] Summer Research Fund, Princeton University, 2000 (Awarded $3,700)

[6] Graduate College Conference Travel Grant, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996 (Awarded $500)

[5] Graduate College Thesis/Project Grant for Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996 (Awarded $500)

[4] Listed in 'Teachers Ranked as Excellent by their Students,' University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994, 1995, 1996

[3] Tuition and Fee waiver Recipient, University of Illinois, 1992-1993

[2] Award for Academic Excellence, Yonsei University, 1990

[1] Award for Academic Excellence, Yonsei University, 1988

 

 Professional Workshops and Lectures Attended (since 2008)

[7] “National Professional Development” (NPD) Program Project Directors’ Meeting,  OELA, US Department of Education, Washington, D.C., March 9-11, 2014.

[6] "ELL Consortium Joint Meeting" (ESOL preparation for Pre-service Teacher Education Programs), West Linn Wilsonville School District, Oregon, November 13, 2012.

[5] “ELL Oregon Consortium Joint Meeting” (Essential ESOL Elements  in Teacher Preparation), George Fox University Tigard Center, Oregon, June 1, 2011.

[4] “The National Professional Development Grant: Key Considerations,” Webinar hosted by NCELA (National Clearing House for English Language Acquisition) for prospective NPD Grant Applicants, March 22, 2011

[3] “Effective Second Language Acquisition (Professional ESL Teachers’ Workshop) by Dr. Stephen Krashen,” Portland, Oregon, December 9, 2009.

[2] Meeting the Needs of ELLs in Secondary Schools, Webcast hosted by New York Times Knowledge Network (NYKN)/TESOL, October 28, 2008.

[1] ESOL Summit Member (Salem, Oregon)     April 7, 2008


Professional Services

International, National, and Regional Professional Services

[16] COSA (Confederation of Oregon School Administrators):  EL Alliance Conference Planning Committee, 2013 and 2014

[15] Journal Article Reviewer:     Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development,  October 2014

[14] District Dual Language Program Proposal  External Reviewer:  Oregon Department of Education, October  2013

[13] Vice President and Executive Board Officer: ORTESOL (Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages), January 2015 - January 2016

[12] Secretary and Executive Board Officer: ORTESOL (Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages), January 2013 - January 2014 (www.ortesol.org)

[11] Advisory Committee for Oregon State Strategic Plan for English Language Learners, April 2013 - December 2013

[10] Journal Article Reviewer:  SAGE Open Journal, December 2012

[9] TESOL 2014 Convention Planning Group TESOL (with the ORTESOL Board):  September 2012- March 2014

[8] Newsletter Editor & Webmaster American Association of Teachers of Korean: June 2003- 2006 (www.aatk.org)

[7] Board Member International Association for Korean Language Education: September 2003 – August 2005 (www.iakle.com)

[6] Reviewer Korean Language in America, Vol. 10 (Peer-Reviewed Proceedings of the Tenth National Conference of American Association of Teachers of Korean)

[5] AATK 2005 Organizing Committee Member: August 2004- August 20010th Annual Conference and Professional Development Workshop of the AATK (American Association of Teachers of Korean)

[4] AATK 2004 Organizing Committee Member: August 2003- June 2009th Annual Conference and Teacher Training Workshop of the AATK (American Association of Teachers of Korean)  

[3] AATK 2002 Organizing Committee Member: August 2001- July 2002 7th Annual Conference and Teacher Training Workshop of the AATK (American Association of Teachers of Korean)

[2] Globalization of the Korean Language:  August 2002-October 2002 Project (Project funded by Korean government) Consultation on the current status of Korean language education at American Universities

[1] Abstract Reviewer: July 2002 - August 2002 The 12th Japanese-Korean Linguistics Conference


University and College Services

University Services at Pacific University

[7] Board of Trustees (Faculty Trustee): July 2013 – Present

[6] Chair, University Personnel Committee: February 2012 – June 2013

[5] English Language Institute Instructor Search Committee:  April-May 2012

[4] University Personnel Committee: September 2011- Present

[3] College of Arts and Science Dean Search Advisory Committee: May 2011 – December 2011

[2] Graduate and Professional International Programs Task Force:  September 2010 – Present 

[1] University Curriculum and Standards Committee: August 2008 – May 2011 


College Services at Pacific University

[10] Search Committee for Faculty of School of Communication Sciences and Disorders:  December 2011 - April 2012

[9] COE Personnel Committee: September 2011 – Present

[8] COE Curriculum Committee:  August 2008 – Present

[7] COE Ph. D. Program Task Force: September 2010 – Present

[6] ESOL Program Coordinator: August 2008 – Present

[5] TESOL Minor Advisor for Undergraduates: September 2011 – Present

[4] Search Committee for Director and Faculty of School of Communication Sciences and Disorders: March- May 2011

[3] Ad-hoc Committee on AP Program Revision: Fall, 2008

[2] ESOL Curricular Revision:  Fall, 2008

[1] Ad-hoc Committee on Undergraduate Curricular Revisions: Spring, 2009


College Service at the Ohio State University

Interdepartmental Second Language Acquisition:  March 2005 – December 2005 (SLA) Committee Member Ohio State University


University Service at Princeton University

Korean Film Series                               April 2000  Princeton University

 

Membership in Professional Organizations

American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL)

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ORTESOL)

American Association of Teachers of Korean (AATK)

International Association for Korean Language Education (IAKLE)

 

Teaching/Research Interests

Pre-and In-Service ESL Teachers’ Professional Development

Bilingual and biliteracy maintenance

Academic English practices by adolescent bilingual students

Linguistic consequences of bilingual/biliteracy maintenance

Heritage language maintenance

Heritage language education in community schools

Age-related differences in second-language acquisition

 

 
 

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