Conference Presentations

Get your grammar on the move with kinesthetic activities
TexTESOL IV Regional Conference 2020, Houston, Texas

Dynamic reading: a project-based approach
SETRA International Conference 2019, Beijing, China 

A lexical approach to reading fluency
SETRA International Conference 2019, Beijing, China 

Hidden grammars and how to teach them
International TESOL Conference 2019, Atlanta, GA

Spiraling language into writing at the lowest levels
International TESOL Conference 2016, Baltimore, Maryland 

Thinking outside the paragraph
International TESOL Conference 2016, Baltimore, Maryland
TexTESOL IV Regional Conference 2016, Houston, Texas

Connecting language across the curriculum
ESL Active Learning Symposium, Lone Star College, Cyfair, Texas, 2016

Spiraling into Control: Meeting the needs of beginning writers
Webinar, Oxford University Press, October 1, 2015

Teaching modals across the levels
International TESOL Webinar, April 22, 2015

Shadow words: connecting grammar and vocabulary
CATESOL State Conference 2014, Santa Ana, California
ESL Active Learning Symposium, Lone Star College, Cyfair, Texas, 2014
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The art and science of paragraphing
COTESOL State Conference 2014, Boulder, Colorado

Beginning writing students and the vocabulary-grammar continuum
TexTESOL State Conference, 2014, San Marcos, TX (featured speaker)
International TESOL Conference 2014, Portland, Oregon 

Grammar off the charts
International TESOL Conference 2014, Portland, Oregon 

Grammar at the point of need
TexTESOL State Conference 2014, Houston, Texas (featured speaker)

Power to the Post-it
TexTESOL IV Regional Conference 2013, Houston, Texas

Reciprocal integration of reading and writing
International TESOL Conference 2010, Boston, Massachusetts 

The handheld hybrid: Designing web-enhanced intensive English courses
TexTESOl IV Regional Conference 2008, Houston, Texas 

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  1. Hi, Alice and Colin, Nice to be in touch with you! Yes, this must be the title of that thought-provoking presentation you gave in Beijing. I’d love to get a copy of your PPT–Dynamic reading: a project-based approach, SETRA International Conference 2019, Beijing, China My colleague and I are writing up the Acad Wr Curriculum into an online course and we both love delivery options outside of the lecture approach. We are preparing a draft to show our Director and hope she’ll give us permission to move forward on this. She is a writer who studied at Iowa and is fascinated by bouncing off creative expression into academic writing. I have some experiential activities listed from my study of David A. Kolb which is helpful, too. Many thanks! Jane

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