On-line chats and related resources relevant to New Canadian (NC) and Non-native English speaking (NNES) teachers.
Organizations and Organizational Links
Course Work and Related Materials
Books, Journal Articles, and Related Resources:
- Amin, N. (1997). Race and the identity of the nonnative ESL teacher. TESOL Quarterly , 31(3), 580-583.
- Beykont, Z.F. (Ed.) (2002). The Power of Culture: Teaching across Language Difference. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Publishing Group
- Braine, G. (1996 ). In their own voices: NNS professionals in TESOL . Colloquium organized at the 30 th Annual TESOL Convention, Chicago , IL .
- Braine, G. (1997). In their own voices: NNS professionals in TESOL . Sequel colloquium organized at the 31 st Annual TESOL Convention, Orlando , FL.
- Davies, A. (1991). The native speaker in applied linguistics . Edinburgh , Scotland : Edinburgh University Press.
- Esquivel, G. B. & Houtz, J.C. (Eds.) (2000). Creativity and Giftedness in Culturally Diverse Students. New Jersey: Hampton Press Inc
- Hall, J.K.(2002). Teaching and Researching Language and Culture. Toronto: Pearson Education
- Kachru, B.B., & Nelson, C.L. (1996). World Englishes. In S.L. McKay & N.H. Hornberger (Eds.), Sociolinguistics and language teaching (pp71-102). New York : Cambridge University Press.
- Kamhi-Stein, L.D. (2000). Adapting US-based TESOL teacher education to meet the needs of non-native English speakers. TESOL Journal , 31(3), 632-639.
- Liu, J. (1999). Nonnative-English-speaking professionals in TESOL. TESOL Quarterly, 33(1), 85-102.
- Liu, J. (1998). The impact of NNS professionals on their ESL students . Colloquium organized at the 32 nd Annual TESOL Convention, Seattle , WA .
- Mawhinney, H. & Xu, F. (1997). Reconstructing the professional identity of foreign-trained teachers in Ontario schools. TESOL Quarterly , 31(3), 632-639.
- Phillipson, R. (1992). Linguistic Imperialism . Oxford : Oxford University Press.
- Reves, T., & Medgyes, P. (1994). The nonnative English speaking EFL/ESL teacher's self- image: An international survey. System , 22(3), 353-367.
- Samimy, K., & Brutt-Griffler, J. (1999). To be a native or non-native speaker: Perceptions of non-native students in a graduate TESOL program. In G. Braine (Ed.), Non-native educators in English language teaching (pp. 127-144). Mahwah , NJ : Erlbaum.
- Tang, C. (1997). On the power and status of nonnative ESL teachers. TESOL Quarterly , 31(3), 577-580.
Online Publications and Reviews:
- Language and MathematicsCocking, R. R., and Chipman, S. "Conceptual Issues Related to Mathematics Achievement of Language Minority Children". In Cocking, R. R., and Mestre, J.P. Linguistic and Cultural Influences on Learning Mathematics. Hillsdale: Erlbaum. 1988, pp. 17-46.
- Nayar, P.B. (1994). Whose English is it? TESL-EJ, 1(1), 1-5. From http://www-writing.berkeley.edu/TESL-EJ/ej01/f.1.html
- The Native Speaker in Applied Linguistics By: Alan Davies (to appear in Davies, Alan and Elder, Catherine (eds) Handbook of Applied Linguistics, New York: Blackwell) URL: http://www.arts.ed.ac.uk/celtic/poileasaidh/daviesseminar.html