7 sept. 2010

Conferencia: “Grammar as Choice: The Grammar/Writing Connection for Teachers”


DIRECCIÓN OPERATIVA DE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS

CAPACITACIÓN PARA DOCENTES DE INGLÉS 2010


Grammar as choice: The Grammar / Writing Connection For Teachers

Fecha: Lunes 27 de septiembre

Horario: 9 a 12 hs

Lugar: Auditorio (1er subsuelo), I.S.P. “Dr. J. V. González”, Ayacucho 632, C.A.B.A.

Disertante: Dra. Greta Vollmer. Profesora de Inglés y Lingüística Aplicada de la Sonoma State University a cargo de cursos de Inglés, Gramática, Adquisición de Lenguaje y Pedagogía de la Adquisición de Segunda Lengua.


En colaboración con: Comisión Fulbright


Actividad gratuita

y abierta a docentes de Inglés

y estudiantes de Profesorados de la CABA

Biodata:

Dr. Greta Vollmer is Associate Professor of English and applied linguistics at Sonoma State University, where she teaches courses in English education, grammar, language acquisition and second language pedagogy. Dr. Vollmer received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley (2000), with a specialization in applied linguistics and second language acquisition. She also has an M.A. in TESOL (San Francisco State University) and an M.A. in French Literature & Linguistics (New York University). Her previous teaching experiences include 10 years as a secondary level ESL teacher and five years of teaching non-native speaker composition courses at the University of California, Berkeley. Her research interests include second language composition, genre studies and visual literacy. Dr. Vollmer has offered English language and pedagogy courses in Argentina, Hong Kong, China, Chile, Turkey and Italy. Published articles have addressed topics in immigrant education, second language writing and composition pedagogy. She has also presented papers at NCTE (National Council for Teachers of English), the National Writing Project, TESOL, American Educational Research Association, American Association of Applied Linguistics, and College Conference on Composition & Communication (CCCC).


Abstract:

Through hands-on activities designed to show the possibilities - not the perils -of grammar, teachers will explore grammatical structures as “rhetorical choices,” developing strategies for helping language learners expand their repertoires and their pleasure in writing. Activities will be grounded in current research and address development of style and voice as a writer.


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