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GREG MIZERA


Degrees:
Ph.D., Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh
M.S., Education (specialization in TESOL), Central Connecticut State University
B.A., English, University of Chicago

Professional organizations:
TESOL
Three Rivers TESOL

Teaching/research interests:
Developing oral fluency in ESL learners, Acquisition of L2 vocabulary, ESL materials development

Presentations:
"Working Memory and L2 Oral Fluency,” presented at workshop on Working Memory and Language, Pennsylvania State University, 2005
"Native Speakers' Judgments of L2 Oral Fluency," presented at University of Pittsburgh Linguistics Department colloquium, 2003
"Case Theory and the Minimalist Program," presented at University of Pittsburgh Linguistics Department colloquium, 2002
"Including Collocations in ESL Vocabulary Materials," presented with Lionel Menasche and Dawn McCormack at TESOL convention, St. Louis, Mo., 2001

Address:
English Language Institute
Department of Linguistics
Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
200 Meyran Avenue
Parkvale Building, Room M23
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Telephone: (412) 624-9174
email: gmizera@pitt.edu

 

 

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