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UMass Boston
Applied Linguistics Program
100 Morrissey blvd.
Boston, MA 02125
Email: applied.linguistics@umb.edu
office: 617-287-5760
fax: 617-287-5403

Skype: akoutropoulos

OFFICE HOURS [ONLINE PROGRAM]: 

AK: Monday - Thursday 11:00 - 15:00 EST*

(other office hours by appointment)

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Evy: Monday - Thursday 13:00 - 19:00 EST*

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SPRING 2020 SEMESTER TEXTBOOKS

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Megan d'Ambrosi added a discussion to the group Comprehensive Exam
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Comp Exam Study Materials!

Hi everybody! I've started making flashcards on quizlet to study for the comp exam. If anyone would like to use them, the link is below. There aren't many yet but I'm adding way more. If you would like to add any of your own the password is umass. Happy studying!https://quizlet.com/_7v73tv?x=1jqt&i=2lvuxjSee More
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Classroom

This area will host information and discussions about current and future courses (both on-campus and online).See More
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Aliyah Johnson is now a member of Applied Linguistics Department
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Amy West added a discussion to the group Job Board
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Part-time ELL position: Narragansett school district (Central MA)

NARRAGANSETT REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICTELL TeacherThe Narragansett Regional School District is looking for a .5 (Half time position) ELL teacher to work in a district-wide ELL program. This person will provide push-in and pull-out services for students requiring ELL support in a low incidence district.QUALIFICATIONS​: The successful candidate in this position must have the following abilities:●  Either have active certification or working toward a valid DESE certification as an ELL teacher across all levels.●  Knowledge of DESE ELL frameworks, linking ELL curriculum to standards, as well as monitoring, reporting, andother regulatory guidelines.●  Must be able to problem-solve independently and work collaboratively with the Director of Pupil PersonnelServices, building administration, and other teaching staff. DUTIES (include, but are not limited to)​:Maintain and demonstrate knowledge of Sheltered English Immersion Classrooms, RETELL and key factors affecting second language…See More
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Cheyenne MacDonald added a discussion to the group Main Office
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NEASA CALL FOR PAPERS

Patriotism and Protest | NEASA 2020 Annual Conference | June 6, 2020Deadline for Submission: March 1, 2020Contact: NEASAcouncil@gmail.comCall For PapersPatriotism and ProtestNew England American Studies Association Annual ConferenceJune 6, 2020Lesley University, Cambridge, MAThe New England American Studies Association (NEASA) invites proposals for its 2020 conference on the theme of “Patriotism and Protest.” How have protest, dissent, and unrest shaped movements in American history and culture? What have been the defining features of American patriotic beliefs and attitudes? How have artists, workers, and organizations sought to commend and critique major US institutions through the production of material objects and texts? Topics addressed may include, but are not limited to:- Revolution- Civil Rights, Women’s Rights, Voting Rights- Labor Unions and Strikes- Public Marches and Occupations- Climate Change Protests- The Future of American…See More
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Ana M Machuca de Cole posted a status
"Do you guys know the exact date for the May 2020 comp exam? Thanks"
Wednesday
Megan d'Ambrosi joined Elizabeth Cobb's group
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Comprehensive Exam

The area is in for information pertaining to the comprehensive exam. Please join this group if you would like to learn more about the exam.See More
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