David Kehe

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United States - Washington - Bellingham
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By David Kehe
"Does Social Media Make People Sadder?" is a high-interest article which is directly related to most students and includes research studies. The features of these units:Articles usually include references to some research studies that students can
Subjects:
Reading, Critical Thinking, ESL / ELL / EFL
Grades:
Adult Education
Types:
Original Textbooks, Mini-Course
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By David Kehe
Stimulating Small-Group Discussion Activity 1: Which Is More Effective: I’m Calm or I’m Excited? Here is the basis for this discussion: Researchers have found that when we are in a stressful situation, we will be better at handling it if we say to
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EFL - ESL - ELD, ESL / ELL / EFL
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Not Grade Specific
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Activities, Handouts, Printables
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By David Kehe
Some reasons why students seemed stimulated by this discussion:1) They were surprised that some of their classmates’ cultures have different norms about asking questions. In some of their cultures, it’s actually discouraged.2) They realized that in
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EFL - ESL - ELD, ESL / ELL / EFL
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Not Grade Specific
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

-Currently, Coordinator of Academic ESL at Whatcom Community College, Bellingham, WA --Western Washington University --Minnesota State University-Akita, Japan --University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point --Kinjo University, Nagoya Japan --Nagoya International College, Japan --U.S. Peace Corps, Niger, Africa

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student centered

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

--Puget Sound Energy Award for Adjunct Faculty Excellence, Whatcom Community College, June 2013 --Conversation Strategies, a textbook that I co-authored with my wife, was presented the “Special Merit Award: Education” by the Vermont Book Publishers Association in 1996.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

--M.A. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, School for International Training, Brattleboro, VT. --B.A. in English and Education, Bradley University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Author of eight textbooks --Basic Conversation Strategies: Learning the Art of Interactive Listening and Conversing. --Conversation Strategies: Pair and Group Activities for Developing Communicative Competency. --Discussion Strategies: Beyond Everyday Conversation. --Writing after Input: Learning the Art of Interactive Listening and Conversing. --Writing Strategies: A Student-Centered Approach (Intermediate). --Writing Strategies: A Student-Centered Approach (Advanced). --The Grammar Review Book: Discovering and Correcting Errors. --Cultural Differences: Exploring and Understanding Cultures using

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