From 1996-2004, I was a professor at Handong University in South Korea. As director of foreign language education, I myself initiated the teaching of and developed the curricula for French, Spanish, and German programs in a 6-course 3-level sequence for each language. [...]
From 2004-2006, I was a professor at the American University of Science and Technology in Beirut, Lebanon. I was the chairman of the department of humanities and foreign languages, which had approximately 30 faculty members [...]
From 2006-2008, I was a visiting professor at New College of California in San Francisco, where I taught Great Books courses in the Far Eastern and Middle Eastern traditions as well as a linguistics practicum on efficient language acquisition through self-study. [...]
Since 2009 I have been a Language Specialist in the Training, Research, Assessment, and Consultancy Department of Applied Linguistics at the Regional Language Centre of the South East Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO RELC). Although I am based in Singapore, I lead intensive teacher-training seminars in cities throughout the 11 nations in the organization. [...]
That’s nice if you can do that, but it’s rare that you have an interesting conversation in English. Why do I think it would be any better in another language?
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