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Williams, Howard
Lecturer
Applied Linguistics & Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Arts & Humanities
212-678-3418

Office:
316E Zankel

Office Hours:
Monday 10:00 - 11:45; Tuesday 8:45 - 9:45; Thursday 2:00 - 3:45

Selected Publications

Implicit Attribution, Journal of Pragmatics 42 (2010).

Linguistics in Language Teaching.  In L.Brinton (2010, 2nd ed.; original ed. 2001), The Structure of Modern English.  Philadelphia: Benjamins.

A new take on the 'form, meaning, use' distinction. TESOL Higher Education Interest. Section Newsletter (5/07).

Maths in the Grammar Classroom. ELT Journal 60:1 (1/2006).

Lexical frames and reported speech. ELT Journal 68:3 (7/2004).

M.Celce-Murcia & D.Larsen Freeman (1999), The Grammar Book: An ESL/EFL Teacher's Course.  Boston: Heinle. (authored five chapters)
Howard Williams received M.A. degrees in Linguistics and TESOL from the University of Washington and a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics at UCLA.  After first teaching English overseas, he taught in various community colleges in Washington and California and in the California State University system before arriving at TC.  His interests are in general linguistics with a particular focus on syntax, pragmatics, and pedagogical grammar.  His main current area of linguistic research is reported discourse.
Implicit Attribution, Journal of Pragmatics 42 (2010).

Linguistics in Language Teaching.  In L.Brinton (2010, 2nd ed.; original ed. 2001), The Structure of Modern English.  Philadelphia: Benjamins.

A new take on the 'form, meaning, use' distinction. TESOL Higher Education Interest. Section Newsletter (5/07).

Maths in the Grammar Classroom. ELT Journal 60:1 (1/2006).

Lexical frames and reported speech. ELT Journal 68:3 (7/2004).

M.Celce-Murcia & D.Larsen Freeman (1999), The Grammar Book: An ESL/EFL Teacher's Course.  Boston: Heinle. (authored five chapters)

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