Culminating Projects in English publishes work, primarily theses, conducted under the auspices of the graduate programs in English Studies and Rhetoric and Writing offered through the Department of English.

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Culminating Projects from 2015

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The Effect and Importance of Authentic Language Exposure in Improving Listening Comprehension, Mengmei Yin
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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Implementation of Extensive Reading in a Regular Korean High School Context, Jong-hee Youn
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2014

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Poetic Research in the Second Language Classroom, Carter L. Clapsadle
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

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The Acoustic Correlates of Stress-Shifting Suffixes in Native and Nonnative English, Paul R. Keyworth
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2011

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Diary of a Downfall, Christa J. Theilen
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2005

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Sing a Song o' Syntax, Rhoda J. Fagerland
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2001

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Practical Classroom Strategies for Mainstream Teachers to Use with LEP Studetns, Elizabeth A. Wilson
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 1988

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Analysis of the Discourse Between a Tutor and a Second Language Learner: A Joint Decoding Task, Nancy L. Eder
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Starred Paper

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The Teacher As Revolutionary: Paolo Freire, Nancy L. Eder
English: Teaching English as a Second Language: M.A. Starred Paper