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David Wiese

Lecturer
Office Address: 
M14 Wheeler Hall
Office Hours: 
T/Th 3:10-4:10 pm and by appointment
Phone: 
510-642-5570
Biography 

David Wiese teaches first and second year writing during fall and spring, and works as the Associate Director of the Summer English Language Studies Program. He also creates textbooks and online learning materials for English language learners and works as the Submissions Editor for the CATESOL Journal. He holds a Master’s Degree in TESOL from Teacher’s College, Columbia University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from the University of California Santa Barbara. A California native, he previously taught in Barcelona Spain and New York City. His interests include language learning, writing, phonetics, assessment, and use of technology for educational purposes.

Publications / Presentations 

Wiese, David, and Williams, Jessica. Making Connections Introductory. Cambridge University Press. Publication scheduled for December 2015. Print.

Wiese, David, and Solorzano, Helen. Focus on Writing 2. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2012. Print.

Wiese, David. Real Reading 2. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2010. Print.

Wiese, David, and Savage, Alice. Real Reading 4. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2010. Print.

Wiese, David. “My Northstar Lab.” Northstar Reading and Writing 3rd Edition: Basic. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2009. Web.

Wiese, David. “My Northstar Lab.” Northstar Reading and Writing 3rd Edition: Intermediate. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2009. Web.

Wiese, David. “My Northstar Lab.” Northstar Reading and Writing 3rd Edition: High Intermediate. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2009. Web.

Wiese, David. “Achievement Tests.” Northstar Reading and Writing 3rd Edition: Basic. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2009. Print.

Wiese, David. “Achievement Tests.” Northstar Reading and Writing 3rd Edition: Intermediate. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2009. Print.

Wiese, David. “Achievement Tests.” Northstar Reading and Writing 3rd Edition: Advanced. Pearson Longman. New York, NY. 2009. Print.

Wiese, David. “On Empiricism and Objectivity.” Using the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines in the Classroom. Working Papers in TESOL and Applied Linguistics. Volume 7, Number 2. 2007. New York, NY. Print, web.