2012 TC Academics
Teachers College, Columbia University
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Vivian Lindhardsen

Professional Background

Educational Background

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Selected Publications

publications

  • Lindhardsen, Vivian (2009): From Independent Ratings to Communal Ratings: A Study of CWA Raters’ Decision-Making Behaviors. The PhD School of Language, Law, Informatics, Operations Management and Culture, PhD. Series 1.2009. Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Lindhardsen, Vivian and Christensen, Bjarne (2006 and 2002): Fremmedsprogenes Didaktik. Kroghs Forlag, Vejle, Denmark.
  • Lindhardsen, Vivian (2006): Selvevaluering af Proces, Produkt og Progression i Skriveundervisningen. Anglofiles, Vol. 139.
  • Lindhardsen, Vivian (2003): Skrivepaedagogik. In Engelsk – mere end et sprog. Kvan, Aarhus, Denmark.
  • Lindhardsen, Vivian (2002): Laeseforstaaelse – den oversete faerdighed i sprogproeverne. In Sprogforum, Vol. 2002:D.
  • Lindhardsen, Vivian (2002): Writing English. Systime, Aarhus, Denmark.

A&HL 4085: Pedagogical English grammar

A systematic, in-depth examination of English grammar with particular reference to the teaching and learning of grammar.

A&HT 4171: TESOL Methodologies for 7 - 12

Teaching ESL to secondary students, stressing content area ESL and second language literacy. Special fee: $15.

A&HT 4301: TESOL novice practicum

Prerequisite: A&HT 4077. This course is designed to develop novice teachers' professional competence in teaching English as a Second Language through experiential knowledge and reflective practice. Students will also teach in the Community English Program (CEP). Special fee: $15.

A&HT 5301: TESOL Specialized Practicum: Integrated Skills

This course is designed help student teachers refine their understanding of, and skills in, implementing and reflecting on their English language teaching. The course consists of two components: weekly seminars and student teaching in the Community English Program (CEP). Special fee: $15.

A&HL 5519: Instructed second language acquisition and assessment

A&HT 6301: TESOL Specialized Practicum: Listening

The listening practicum is designed to help students develop and practice their skills in teaching listening within an integrated, communicative English language curriculum. The course consists of two components: weekly seminars and student teaching in the Community English Program (CEP). Special fee: $15.