College ESL

A Journal of Theory and Practice in the Teaching of English as a Second Language

Table of Contents

Prepared by Paul Kei Matsuda

Volume 1, Number 1 (1991)

Elsa Roberts Auerbach. Politics, pedagogy, and professionalism: Challenging marginalization in ESL.

Vivian Zamel Acquiring language, literacy, and academic discourse: Entering ever new conversations.

Diana M. Diaz. Writing, collaborative learning, and community.

Stephen J. Gaies. ESL students in academic courses: Forging a link.

Adele MacGowan-Gilhooly. Fluency before correctness: A whole language experiment in college ESL.

Gail Weinstein-Shr & Nora Lewis. Language, literacy, and the older refugee in America: A research agenda for the nineties.

Volume 1, Number 2 (1991)

Rebecca Mlynarczyk. Student choice: An alternative to teacher-selected reading materials.

Sally Mattler. The discredited speaker: Listener reactions to ESL discourse.

Issues in ESL: Putting ESL in its place.

Donald E. Sampson & James F. Gregory. A technological primrose path? ESL students and computer-assisted writing programs.

Mary K. Ruetten. Reading problematical ESL placement essays.

Recommended Readings for teachers.

Ann Raimes. Errors: Windows into the mind.

Volume 2, Number 1 (1992)

Sara Benesch. Sharing responsibilities: An alternative to the adjunct model.

Linda Lonon Blanton. Reading, writing, and authority: Issues in developmental ESL.

Issues in ESL: Give credit where credit is due.

Terrill H. Bush. International high school: Six years new.

Christina Hvitfeldt. Oral orientations in ESL academic writing.

Recommended readings for teachers.

Frances Singh. Teaching English to adult speakers of other languages: 1910-1920.

Jean Withrow & Susan Leitch Price. Students investigating language learning.

Volume 2, Number 2 (1993)

John Mayher. Uncommonsense learning in commonsense universities.

Martha Martino & Ellen Block. Let them read books.

Issues in ESL: Recognizing the contributions of adjuncts.

Dave Healy & Susan Bosher. ESL tutoring: Bridging the gap between curriculum-based and writing center models of peer tutoring.

Andrea G. Osburne & Sandra L. Harss-Covaleski. Translation in the ESOL composition class.

Recommended readings for teachers.

Maggi Sokolik & Anthea Tillyer. Beyond portfolios: Looking at students' projects as teaching and evaluation devices.

Bruce Southard & Ravi Sheorey. Measures of oral proficiency in English: A comparison of the rated interview and the Test of Spoken English.

Reader Response to Issues in ESL: On credit.

Field notes.

Volume 3, Number 1 (1993)

Maxine Greene. Beyond insularity: Releasing the voices.

Davit Blot. Testimonials: Empowering ESL students to write.

Recommended readings for teachers.

Vivian Zamel. Questioning academic discourse.

Issues in ESL.

Janet Moser & Deborah Raphan. Russian students' writing: An adaptation of skills.

Carol O. Sweedler-Brown. The effects of ESL errors on holistic scores assigned by English composition faculty.

Ann C. Wintergerst. Why-questions in classroom discourse.

Anthea Tillyer & Maggi Sokolik. Beyond portfolios: A practical look at student projects as teaching and evaluation devices (Part 2).

Volume 3, Number 2 (1993)

Missing. If you have any information on this issue of College ESL, please contact Paul.

Volume 4, Number 1 (1994)

Mark A. Clarke "Mainstreaming" ESL students: Instituting changes.

Pamela Healy & Barbara Jean Hall. From separation to integration: Accessing students' complementary resources.

Julia Irizarry. Issues in ESL: The question of content.

Judith W. Rosenthal. Some personal and professional comments about science education and the limited English proficient undergraduate.

Liz Hamp-Lyons. Interweaving assessment and instruction in college ESL writing classes.

Ellen Block, et al. Recommended readings for teachers.

David Blot. Lessening the influence of the WAT [Writing Assessment Test] in an ESL curriculum.

(Information on Vol. 4, No. 1 courtesy of Stephanie Vandrick, University of San Francisco.)

Volume 4, Number 2 (1994)

Trudy Smoke. Writing as a means of learning.

Margaret R. Moulton & Vicki L. Holmes. Writing in a multicultural classroom: Using dialogue journals to ease transitions.

Gene McQuillan. Let them speak for themselves: ESL students on multiculturalism.

Katherine Meeks. Issues in ESL: Is grammar a dirty word?

Christine Uber Grosse & J. Patrick Wagner. Training content area teachers through distance learning.

Sylvia Mulling. A study of directed comprehension monitoring.

Jack Gantzer. Recommended readings.

Stephanie Vandrick. Feminist pedagogy and ESL.

Volume 5, Number 1 (1995)

Linda Lonon Blanton. Elephants and paradigms: Conversations about teaching L2 writing.

Gary P. Barkhuizen. Dialogue journals in teacher education revisited.

Nancy Duke S. Lay. Enhancing vocabulary: Using eyes and minds as a microscope.

Sara Benesch & Ellen Block. Issues in ESL: The cost of public education.

Judith Brilliant, Natasha Lvovich & Shelia J. Markson. The effect of the affect: Psychosocial factors in adult ESL student language performance.

Rafael Arias. The teacher as researcher: Action research revisited.

Mary Yepez. Field notes: ESL on TV.

Volume 5, Number 2 (1995)

Richard Blakely. The English language fellows program.

Carol Hosenfield. Reading in English as a second language: Some current issues, applications, and directions for future research.

Bailin Song. What does reading mean for East Asian students?

Recommended readings.

Shayla Sivert & Joy Egbert. Using language learning environment framework to build a computer-enhanced classroom.

Susan Talburt. Dialogue journals in adult ESL: Exploring and creating possibilities.

Lisa Meyer. Academic acculturation for foreign graduate students: Meeting new concepts of research and writing.

Susan Dicker. Issues in ESL: The current nativist movement: Its threat to immigrant students and the ESL profession.

Volume 6, Number 1 (1996)

Marc Ward. Liberating limitations: Realistic standards for grammar assessment in a changing university.

George Otte. Yes (and no) to a double standard.

Jack Gantzer. Do reading tests match reading theory?

Issues in ESL: What are the answers? What are the questions?

Liz Hamp-Lyons & Barbara Kroll. Issues in ESL writing assessment: An overview.

Christine Feak & Barbara Dobson. Building on the impromptu: A source-based academic writing assessment.

Jim T. Nibungco & Mary Duyckinck Williams. Designing oral assessment for nontraditional ESL students in a community college.

Volume 6, Number 2 (1996)

Vivian Zamel. Transcending boundaries: Complicating the scene of teaching language.

Linda Hirsch. Mainstreaming ESL students: A counterintuitive perspective.

Stephanie Vandrick. Teaching critical thinking and reading for peace education.

Issues in ESL: Using English outside of the language classroom.

Suzanne Scott & Fredricka L. Stoller. Creating suitable word processing manual for ESL students.

Mark Balhorn. Literacy and cultural displacement.

Kim Hughes Wilhelm. What seems to matter? IEP success in relation to learner background variables.

Volume 7, Number 1 (1997)

Mark Patkowski, Len Fox & Ivan Smodlaka. Grades of ESL and non-ESL students in selected courses at ten CUNY colleges.

Brian Morgan. The politics of publishing: Positioning critical voices in an ELT journal.

Issues in ESL: Do ESL students belong in higher education?

Lise Winer & Scott Benson. Stepping Stones: Guided Questioning in Teaching Reading Comprehension.

Michelle Fine. Recommended reading: The passionate teacher. Robert Fried. Beacon Press, 1995.

Lia Kamhi-Stein. Redesigning the writing assignment in general education courses.

Cindy Greenberg. Teaching pronunciation through problem posing.

Kathleen F. Malu. Field notes: Reflections on a job loss.

Volume 7, Number 2 (1997)

Carla R. Chamberlin. ESL students' perceptions of the university classroom in the United States.

Martha W. Young & Vicki L. Holmes. Twelve plates of the applesauce: ESL and TESL students' perspectives of communication partnerships.

Jeannie Dobbs. The blacboard as an active/interactive language teaching tool.

Issues in ESL: Employment conditions in higher education ESL programs.

Stephanie Vandrick. Disapora literature: A mirror for ESL students.

Clayann Gilliam Panetta. Contrastive rhetoric in technical-writing pedagogy at urban institutions.

Jeffery Parsell & Kim Hughes Wilhelm. Whole class to individualized internet use: An overview for ESL/EFL instructors.

Volume 8, Number 1 (1998)

Robert Weissberg. Acquiring English Syntax through journal writing.

Susan Bosher & Jenice Rowekamp. The refugee/immigrant in higher education: The role of educational background.

Rebecca Mlynarczyk. Issues in ESL: Teachers' voices are needed in the debate on language education.

Jean Chandler, Richard Lizotte, & Marianne Rowe. Adapting teaching methods to learners' preferences, strategies, and needs.

Peter S. Gardner. Out-looks and in-sights: A content based unit on gender stereotyping.

Joan Lesikin. Determining social prominence: A method for uncovering gender bias in ESL textbooks.

Volume 8, Number 2 (1998)

Gayle Nelson & Patricia Byrd. NNS Student Performance on a State-Mandated Reading Proficiency Exam: Focus on Students Who Fail.

Mary O'Riordan & Howard Wach. Linking ESL and the Humanities: More Grease to Our Elbows.

Linda Hauser & J. Sirena Tabet. Handing It Over: Giving Students Responsibility for Teaching in a Sheltered Content Course.

Rex Butt. Notes from the Classroom: Improvisation and Language Acquisition: Actor Training as a Tool to Enhance Fluency.

May Shih. ESL Writers' Grammar Editing Strategies.

Yu Ren Dong. From Writing in Their Native Language to Writing in English: What ESL Students Bring to Our Writing Classroom.

College ESL is published biannually by the Instructional Center, The City University of New York. Please direct all inquiries to:

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