29 Jun Rod Ellis, David Nunan and Kathleen Bailey discussion about Anaheim College TESOL Programs
An casual discussion in between Anaheim College Graduate Faculty of Education Dean Dr. David Nunan, Anaheim College TESOL Chair and Professor Rod Ellis and Anaheim TESOL Professor Kathleen Bailey as they go over the Anaheim College on the internet MA TESOL plan and their future improvement designs for an on the internet Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.). This discussion was held all through the Anaheim College MA TESOL household session in 2009 on the campus of Sookmyung Women’s College in Seoul, South Korea.
About Dr. David Nunan
Anaheim College Dean of the Graduate Faculty of Education Dr. David Nunan is the world’s leading textbook creator with worldwide income exceeding two,five hundred,000,000. He is the previous President of TESOL, the world’s most significant language teaching group, and has prepared close to a hundred major publications for this kind of publishing businesses as Oxford College Push, Cambridge College Push, Thomson Understanding, Heinle & Heinle, etc.
About Dr. Rod Ellis
Dr. Rod Ellis is Chair of the Anaheim College Graduate Faculty of Education. A renowned linguist, Dr. Ellis received his Doctorate from the College of London and his Learn of Education from the College of Bristol. A previous professor at Temple College both of those in Japan and the US, Prof. Ellis has taught in several positions in England, Japan, the US, Zambia and New Zealand. Dr. Ellis, who is acknowledged as an qualified in Second Language Acquisition, has served as the Director of the Institute of Language Teaching and Understanding at the College of Auckland. Creator of several pupil and trainer-coaching textbooks for Prentice Corridor and Oxford College Push, Prof. Ellis’s textbooks on Second Language Acquisition and Grammar are core textbooks in TESOL and Linguistics packages all over the entire world.
About Dr. Kathleen Bailey
Kathleen M. Bailey, a Earlier President of TESOL (1998-1999), received her M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language (1976) and her Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics (1982) from the College of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Bailey is Professor of TESOL in Anaheim University’s Graduate Faculty of Education. She also is effective full-time as a professor of Applied Linguistics at the Monterey Institute of Worldwide Reports in Monterey, California. She was the Director of the TESOL M.A. Program there for six decades and the Director of the Intense English as a Second Language Program for a few decades. In addition, she was instrumental in establishing the Monterey Institute’s Certification in Language Program Administration. She is a receiver of the Allen Griffin Award for Excellence in Article-secondary Teaching on the Monterey Peninsula, the Monterey Institute’s Teaching Excellence Award 2006 and the James E. Alatis Award for services to TESOL 2007.