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About Professor Whiting
James Whiting has three decades of experience in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) as a teacher and teacher-trainer in the United States and overseas.
His research interests include advocacy in TESOL, and English language learners in low-incidence settings.
He is a past-President of Northern New England TESOL, where he also served as the New Hampshire state representative on the Executive Board.
Professor Whiting holds a K-12 ESOL teaching license in Vermont.
LI 2000 Introduction to Language and Linguistics
LIDI 2950 Language Acquisition
LI 3500 Research in Applied Linguistics
TE 4100 TESOL Methods
TE 4820 Designing and Evaluating Language Tests
TE 5005 TESOL Methods and Practices,
TE 5006 Language Assessment
TE 5960 Teaching Internship in TESOL
Advocacy in English Language Teaching and Learning. Linville, H. & Whiting, J. eds. NY, NY: Routledge, 2019.
Beyond the Philosophy Statement: Bringing Advocacy Center Stage in TESOL Teacher Education in Advocacy in English Language Teaching and Learning. Linville, H. & Whiting, J. eds. NY, NY: Routledge, 2019.
Caught Between the Push and the Pull: ELL Teachers’ Perceptions of Mainstreaming and ESOL Classroom Teaching NABE Journal of Research and Practice, v. 8, 2017
Training ELL Teacher-Advocates, TexTESOL IV Fourth Estate, v. 32 n.2, Summer. 2016.
Using Comics in the English Language Classroom, Idiom v.46 n.3 Fall, 2015.
Teacher-Leaders in Low-Incidence ELL Settings: Implications for Pre-Service Leadership Training, New Hampshire Journal of Education, v. XV, Spring 2012.
Key Behaviors of Successful College ELLs Idiom v.40 n. 3, Fall, 2010.
The Effects of Multimedia Input on Comprehension of a Short Story, TESL-EJ. (with S. Granoff), v. 14 n. 2, Fall 2010.
Student Podcasts: Oral Assessment and e-Portfolios, AccELLerate v.2 n. 4, Summer 2010.
Addressing the Isolation of Low-Incidence ELL Settings Through Professional Learning Communities, New Hampshire Journal of Education, v. XIII, Spring 2010.
EL Teacher-Advocacy: TESOL Graduate Programs’ Charge, International Conference on Language Teacher Education, June, 2019