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PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, AND SEMINARS

2006a Presented: “Understanding language teaching: From method to postmethod.” 40th Annual TESOL Convention, Tampa, Florida, March 15-18, 2006.
2006b Presented: Challenges for TESOL teacher education. Academic Panel. 40th Annual TESOL Convention, Tampa, Florida, March 15-18, 2006.
2006c Presented: “The discourse of sincere deceivers.” Spotlight session on ‘TESOL in an age of terror.’ 40th Annual TESOL Convention, Tampa, Florida, March 15-18, 2006..
2005a Presented: “Learner perception of learning tasks.” First International Conference on Task-based Language Teaching, Leuven, Belgium, September 21-23, 2005.
2005b Presented: “Sharing realities: Language teaching in the era of globalization.” 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA). July 24-29, 2005, Madison, Wisconsin
2003a Presented: “Analyzing classroom discourse, critically.” Thirty Seventh TESOL Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, March 26-29, 2003..
2003b Presented: “Beyond Methods: Constructing knowledge from the classroom.” Thirty Seventh TESOL Annual Convention, Baltimore, March 26-29, 2003.
2003c Presented: “Understanding teacher research.” Thirty Seventh TESOL Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, March 26-29, 2003.
2002a Presented: “Teacher education in the postmethod era.” 13th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), 16-21, December, 2002, Singapore.
2002b Presented: "The persistence of cultural stereotypes in TESOL."  Thirty Sixth TESOL Annual Convention, April 9-13, 2002, Salt Lake City, Utah.
2000a Presented: "Culture-sensitive language curriculum for multicultural societies."  35th RELC International Seminar, Singapore, April, 17-19, 2000.
2000b Presented: "KARDS for teacher education."  34th Annual TESOL Convention, Vancouver, Canada, March 14-18, 2000
1999 Presented: "M&Ms for the reflective teacher".  The 33rd Annual TESOL convention, New York, March 9-13, 1999.
1998a Presented: "Myths, Methods and Macrostrategies." California TESOL conference, Steinbeck Chapter, Monterey, Feb.7, 1998.  
1998b Presented: "Task as transactional activity."  Colloquium on Task-based learning: Task, performance and language development.  Annual Conference, American Association of Applied Linguistics, March 14-17, Seattle, Washington.
1996a Presented: "De-Scribing theory and practice in second language teacher education." The University of Edinburgh Symposium on Theory in Language Teacher Education.  Nov. 13-15, 1996. Edinburgh, UK.
1996b Presented:  Minimizing misperceptions in classroom observation. The 30th Annual national TESOL convention, Chicago, March 26-30, 1996. 
1995a Presented: "An interlanguage/safe rule approach to teaching academic writing." The 29th Annual national TESOL convention, Long Beach, March 28-April 1, 1995. ( With Larry Selinker).
1995b Presented: "The practicum in TESOL: a dialogic model." The 29th Annual national TESOL convention, Long Beach, March 28-April 1, 1995. (With Martha Bean).
1994 Presented: "An integrated framework for evaluating task-based textbooks." The 28th Annual national TESOL convention, Baltimore, March 8-12, 1994.  (With Swathi Vanniarajan).
1993a Presented:  "A multidimensional framework for peer observation of classroom instruction." National Conference on College Teaching and Learning Exchange, California State University System Institute for Teaching and Learning.  San José, October 13-17, 1993..
1993b Panelist:  "Diversity at San Jose State University." Sponsored jointly by SJSU Institute for Teaching & Learning, and National Center on Postsecondary Teaching, Learning and Assessment, Northwestern Univ. San José, Sept. 28, 1993.
1993c Presented: "Interpretive strategies for self-evaluating teaching acts."  The 27th Annual national TESOL convention, Atlanta, April 13-17, 1993.
1993d Presented: "Towards a multidimensional matrix for ESL textbook evaluation. The 27th Annual national TESOL convention, Atlanta, April 13-17, 1993. (With Swathi Vanniarajan).
1993e Presented a workshop on "Teaching Strategies for a multicultural student body."   SJSU ITL New Faculty Orientation Program. March 12, 1993.
1992a Presented: "Towards a modular approach to learning teaching."  The 26th Annual national TESOL convention, Vancouver, Canada, March 3-7, 1992.
1992b Presented: "Facilitating active learning in large EFL classes."  The 26th Annual national TESOL convention, Vancouver, Canada, March 3-7, 1992.  (With Revathi Krishnaswamy).
1992c Presented a workshop on "Teaching in the salad bowl:  Tapping the linguistic/cultural diversity of the classroom." SJSU ITL Day, April 3, 1992.
1992d Presented a panel discussion on "Teaching strategies and learning styles for a multicultural student body" organized by the SJSU College of Humanities and the Arts under its "Teaching Exchange" Educational Equity Program. April 10, 1992.
1992e Presented a workshop on "Teaching in the salad bowl:  Tapping the linguistic/cultural diversity of the classroom."  Conference on The Teaching and Learning Exchange sponsored by the California State University System Institute for Teaching and Learning, Los Angeles, February 27-March 1, 1992.
1991a Presented: "Self-instructional strategies for the ESL teacher."  The 25th Annual national TESOL convention, New York, March 24-28, 1991.
1991b Presented: Poster session on "Maximizing learner participation in large classes."  Lilly Teaching Fellows National Conference, New Harmony, Indiana, April 5-8, 1991.
1990 Presented as a member of panel on "Information Technology: its potential for teaching." Lilly Teaching Fellows National Conference. Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis, November 9-11, 1990.
1989 Presented: "Task-based learning: teacher intention and learner interpretation." The 23rd annual national TESOL convention, San Antonio, Texas, March 7-11, 1989.