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Margi Wald

Office Address: 
115 Wheeler Hall
Office Hours: 
CW25AC: Tues 5-6 PM in SocSci 118, Thurs 5-6 PM in SocSci 122 + by appointment
+1 510-642-2652

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.

Further Information 

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

Managing Editor, The CATESOL Journal

Review Board, TESOL Journal

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

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

Member, North American Systemic Functional Linguistics Association

Member, American Association of Applied Linguists (AAAL)