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MORAGA MICHAEL DAVID

Organization
School of Engineering
Research Fields, Keywords
EAP, Reading/Composition, Teacher-Training, EAP, Reading/Composition, Teacher-Training
Profile
Experience in English for Academic Purposes (EAP), teaching adults, and teacher training. Committed to empowering students to reach personal and academic goals and the exploration of the choices they make in doing so. Cultivate a classroom environment that is collaborative, safe for risk-taking, and promotes learner autonomy through strategy instruction.

Have taught various courses for composition, humanities, EAP, Advanced Grammar, and ESL Life Skills courses and Literacy B courses predominantly for migrants.

Developed/conducted numerous international teacher training presentations and workshops for pedagogical purposes, including for tutors and students of literacy in EFL programs throughout Mexico.

Created/taught a hybrid online/face-to-face course for twenty professional journalists in the Mexico City, and designed a prototype training program for employees of Riviera Maya Hotel Corporation.

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • Degree name:修士(M.S.TESOL)
    Classified degree field:Humanities & Social Sciences / Foreign language education
    Acquisition way:Coursework
    Date of acquisition:2002.12

Research Areas 【 display / non-display

  • Research field:Humanities & Social Sciences / English linguistics

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Language: English
    Title: Define Your Terms in Language Games: Innovative Activities for Teaching English
    Journal name: TESOL Classroom Practices Series, TESOL Publications
    Date of publication: 2008.06
    Author(s): Michael Moraga, Michael Shehane

    Type of publication: Part of collection (book)
    Co-author classification: Multiple Authorship

Other research activities 【 display / non-display

  • Title: “It’s Time, Put on the Smile, It’s Time!”: The Emotional Labour Of Second Language Teaching within a Japanese University, in New Directions in Language Learning Psychology, by Dr. Jim King, University of Leicester, UK.
    Date:2015.11

    Classification of research achievement:Fieldwork

  • Title:Effects of Rater Characteristics and Scoring Methods on Speaking Assessment, by Sawako Matsugu, Northern Arizona University / 2013 TESOL Conference.
    Date:2012.07

    Classification of research achievement:Fieldwork

Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Language: English
    Conference name:  Writing Workshop: From Sentence Level Writing to the Paragraph
    International/Domestic presentation: Domestic presentation
    Holding date: 2019.02

    Title:  Writing Workshop: From Sentence Level Writing to the Paragraph
    Presentation type: Oral presentation (general)

  • Language: English
    Conference name:  Writing Workshop: Editing Sentence Level Errors
    International/Domestic presentation: International presentation
    Holding date: 2018.11

    Title:  Writing Workshop: Editing Sentence Level Errors
    Presentation type: Oral presentation (general)

  • Language: English
    Conference name:  English Fellow Mid-Year Event, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
    International/Domestic presentation: International presentation
    Holding date: 2017.02

    Title:  What Good Readers Do: Activities for Introducing Reading Skills
    Presentation type: Oral presentation (general)

  • Language: English
    Conference name: 3rd CONEDUQ Congress (Consejo de Educación y Capacitación), Querétaro, Mexico.
    International/Domestic presentation: International presentation
    Holding date: 2017.01

    Title: The Shape of Resilience
    Presentation type: Oral presentation (general)

  • Language: English
    Conference name: Universidad Estatal de Sonora/UES, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.
    International/Domestic presentation: International presentation
    Holding date: 2016.11

    Title: Creating Future Readers: Implementing & Adapting Literature Circles
    Presentation type: Oral presentation (general)

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