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Email: applied.linguistics@umb.edu
office: 617-287-5760
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Skype: akoutropoulos

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WINTER BREAK HOURS

The department will be closed between 12/20/2017 and 1/8/2017. Please make sure you connect with us before 12/20 with any questions or issues.  Any inquiries or requests received during the time we are closed will be addressed in the order they were received in starting on 1/9/2017 :-)

DECEMBER 2017 COMP EXAM INFO

Please have a look at the Comprehensive Exam Group and the December Info Post for more information about the December 2017 comp-exam.

SPRING 2018 COURSE ADVISING

Advising and registration for Spring 2018 will begin in mid-October. For more information please see the Advising InfoPost.

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Thais Ferro Borges is now a member of Applied Linguistics Program
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(2) Part-Time ESL Teaching Jobs (Boston)

Position 1:Asian American Civic AssociationPart-Time ESOL Teacher – Job DescriptionTeachingTeach one 2-hour class, Tuesdays through Fridays, 8:30 – 10:30 AM, for immigrant adults. Each of the 4 cycles per year are 12 weeks long. Next cycle will begin January 2, 2018.  This is for a beginning level class which is taught bilingually in Chinese (Mandarin preferred) and English. Contribute to ongoing curriculum development at appropriate level.Survey students’ expectation/goals at the beginning of…See More
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Beatrice Joyner liked Apostolos K.'s blog post In preparation for your first semester [online student edition]
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Kris Climer liked Apostolos K.'s discussion [Spring 2018] - Textbook Information
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[Spring 2018] - Textbook Information

November 30th, 2017 NOTE:The following is a work in progress.  I am still confirming book information from our faculty, and waiting to hear about last minute changes (that I was expecting to hear about on Monday).  As I receive more book information we will be posting information here. Once this list is considered final, this note will be removed.  Books to be added soon!Smart shopper note: It's always good to shop around for the best prices :-)  When I was a grad student I searched for books…See More
Nov 30
Jared Hawn posted a blog post

Call for Papers: ConCALL-3

Conference Dates: March 2-4, 2018 The Call for Papers for ConCALL-3 closes on Sunday, December 3, 2017. This spring, the Center for Languages of the Central Asian Region (CeLCAR) will be hosting the 3rd Conference of Central Asian Language and Linguistics (ConCALL-3) at Indiana University March 2-4, 2018. Keynote Speakers for the conference include leading names in Turkic and Iranian linguistics, as well as second language acquisition:Jason Rothman, Professor of Literacy and Multilingualism,…See More
Nov 28
 
 
 

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