About

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Faculty

College of Arts & Sciences

Dr. Autumn Witt

Dr. Autumn Witt

Assistant Professor

English, ESOL, Director of CELE

  • B.A. Northwest University, 2001
  • TESOL Certificate Northwest University, 2001
  • M.A. University of Arizona, 2007
  • Ph.D. University of Arizona, 2010

Articles

Witt, A. (2010)  Blogging Personal Narratives. In Juarez, M., Witt, J., and Haley, J. (Eds.)
Student’s Guide to First Year Composition. Pearson.

Doctoral Dissertation
Establishing the Validity of the Task-Based English Speaking Test (TBEST) for International Teaching Assistants (University of Arizona, 2010)

Presentations

Task-Based Assessment of International Teaching Assistants’ Spoken English, TESOL, Boston MA, March 2010 with Dr. Jun Liu, and Karen Barto-Sisamout

Blogging Our Way to Intercultural Competence, CERCLL Intercultural Competence Conference, Tucson, AZ, January 2010

Exploring New Frontiers of Self and Other through Writing, TESOL, Denver, CO, March 2009

The Shifting Concept of Other: The Power of Writing to Transform Self, CCCC, San Francisco, CA, March 2009

Winning Against the Feedback Odds, TESOL, Seattle, WA, March 2007

Identifying Variables of Successful Teacher Revision Feedback to L2 Writers, SLAT Roundtable, University of Arizona, February 2006

English Teacher Training Presentations in Japan:

  • Teaching Communicative English, August 2003, 2004 Ajigasawa High School
  • TESOL Methods, Phonics, and Grammar, JET Orientation Conference, Aomori City, Aug 2004
  • English in the Elementary Classroom, Elementary Teachers Conference, Aomori City, Sept 2002, 2003, 2004
  • Active Listening Techniques, JET Conference, Hachinohe, Nov 2004
  • TESOL Methods, Making the Most of your Textbook, JET Conference, Hirosaki, Nov 2002, 2003
  • TESOL Methods, Phonics, JET Orientation Conference: Aomori City, Aug 2003