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The Language Department consists of 4 full-time faculty and many adjunct faculty members. They speak Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Quechua. They are members of state and national professional organizations in which they participate regularly as presenters and in leadership positions; they are also active in curriculum development, research and text-book writing. Many also extend the College's good will through volunteer work in the community in conjunction with social services and human rights organizations.

englishAndrew English, Department Chair
Office: Room 3-201E
Phone: Extension 5120
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mccormackVeronica McCormack
Office: Room 3-201F
Phone: Extension 5127
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gilesSterling Giles
Office: Room 3-201C
Phone: Extension 5125
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SueSusan Kalt
Office: Room 3-205A, Language Lab
Phone: Extension 5102
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Veronica McCormack

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Professor of ESOL

Professor Veronica McCormack has a Master’s Degree and Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Linguistics from California State University, Fullerton. She also has a TESOL Certificate from CSUF. She speaks Spanish, which she studied in Mexico and Portuguese, which she learned while living in Brazil.

Professor McCormack has been teaching at RCC since 1987. Professor McCormack is especially interested in content instruction, making learning as meaningful and relevant as possible for each person in her class.

Contact Information:
Office: Room 201 F
Phone: 617 427-0060 X5127
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Address: Language Department, 1234 Columbus Ave, 02120-3400

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Syllabus: (Spring 2014)

Andrew K. English

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Professor/Language Department Chair

M.A. TESOL Teacher’s College, Columbia University, 1980
Professor English has taught English as a Second Language at R.C.C. since 1990. In the Boston area, he has also taught at Bunker Hill Community College and Showa Women’s Institute. In addition, Professor English has spent many years overseas teaching in Colombia and Spain. Professor English is the co-author of NorthStar- Focus on Reading and Writing, High Intermediate. He is currently working on the third edition of this text. Professor English is the co-author of NorthStar- Focus on Reading and Writing, High Intermediate. He is currently working on the third edition of this text.

 

Contact Information:
Office: 3-201 E
Phone: 617-427-0060 ext. 5120
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Address: Language Department, 1234 Columbus Ave, 02120-3400

 

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Sterling Giles

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Professor/Outgoing Coordinator of Achieving the Dream at RCC

Ed.M., Boston University

Professor Giles is teaching in the Student Success Division again this semester and continues his involvement with the Achieving the Dream initiative.

Sterling is particularly interested in pronunciation and the intersection of listening with natural vs. analytical language learning processes.

 

Contact Information:
Phone: 617- 427- 0060, x5125
Office: 201 C in the Academic Building
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Susan Kalt

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Professor/Language Laboratory Director
Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Southern California (2002) M.A. in Education, University of Massachusetts (1990)
Phone: 617-427-0060 x 5102
Office: 3-205A
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Professor Kalt has taught Linguistics at Boston College, Spanish and English at the University of Southern California, University of Massachusetts at Boston, and Boston University, and co-created interactive language learning materials which are widely used by children in Japan.

Since 2008 she has spent part of each year in Peru and Bolivia as a National Endowment for the Humanities fellow, recipient of an award from the Foundation for Endangered Languages, London, and independent researcher. Her current research focuses on bilingual language acquisition of Spanish and Quechua in Bolivia and Peru.

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