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Margi Wald

Lecturer
Office Address: 
115 Wheeler Hall
Office Hours: 
TTh 1:00-2:00pm in Mulford Hall (CW25AC); W 3:30-6:00 in 114 Wheeler Hall (CWR1A); by appointment in 115 Wheeler Hall
Phone: 
+1 510-642-2652
Biography 

Margi Wald, M.A. Applied Linguistics, University of Houston, teaches first-year composition, reading, and grammar & vocabulary courses specifically designed for multilingual student writers.  She directs UC Berkeley's Summer English Language Studies program, co-edits The CATESOL Journal, and is a member of TESOL International Association's Conferences Committee.  She co-edited Teaching U.S.-educated Multilingual Student Writers (with Mark Roberge and Kay Losey) and co-authored the textbook Exploring Options in Academic Writing: Effective Vocabulary and Grammar Use (with Jan Frodesen). Her research focuses on corpus-based materials development for and academic literacy development among immigrant ESL students.

Publications / Presentations 
Further Information 

Director, Summer English Language Studies, University of California, Berkeley

Convention Program Coordinator, Reading-Writing-Literacy Strand, TESOL International Association

Convention Program Chair, 2017 TESOL International Convention, Seattle, WA

Co-Editor, The CATESOL Journal

Review Board, TESOL Journal

Review Board, TESL-EJ, An Electronic Journal on Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language

Member, North American Systemic Functional Linguistics Association

Member, American Association of Applied Linguists (AAAL)