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David Wiese

Lecturer
Office Address: 
117 Wheeler Hall
Office Hours: 
Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:40-4:40 pm and by appointment
Phone: 
510-642-5570
Biography 

David Wiese teaches first and second year writing during fall and spring, and is 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 writing, applied linguistics, language learning, phonetics, assessment, and use of technology for educational purposes.

Publications / Presentations 

Publications:

Wiese, David, and Williams, Jessica. Making Connections Introductory. Cambridge University Press. 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.

Presentations:

Acevedo Butcher, Carmen; Levine, John; and Wiese, David. Acknowledging and Empowering Student Voices. University of California Writing Conference. UC Merced. Merced, CA. November 3rd 2018.

Wald, Margi, and Wiese, David. Teachers as Scholars: Demystifying the Publishing Process. CATESOL 2017 Conference. Santa Clara Convention Center. Santa Clara, CA. October 21st 2017.

Bennett, Gena; Bricker, Meredith; Sokolik, Maggie; and Wiese, David. Fear Not the Virtual Classroom: Engagement in Online Learning. TESOL 2017 International Convention and English Language Expo. Washington State Convention Center. Seattle, Washington. March 23rd, 2017.

Wiese, David. Forget the War on Cell Phones: How to Engage Students with Technology-Based Tasks. CATESOL Bay Area Regional Conference. College of Alameda. Alameda CA. January 28 2017.

Wiese, David. Collaborative Conferencing with L2 Learners. Department of Rhetoric and Language Adjunct Conference. University of San Francisco. San Francisco, CA. February 20 2016.

Wiese, David. Collaborative Conferencing with L2 Learners. Teaching Multilingual and International Students: Strategies, Resources, and Advice for Faculty. University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley CA. October 6 2015.

Wiese, David. Technology for Technophobes. American Language Institute at New York University. New York, NY. March 2010.