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Julia Salehzadeh

Associate Director
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
English as a Second Language

College Hall 435A
Phone: 412.396.5734
salehzadehj@duq.edu

Education:

B.A., German Literature, University of Wisconsin
M.A., Applied Linguistics, University of Wisconsin
Courses

Comprehensive Academic Preparation (CAP 1): Academic Listening and Vocabulary in Context
Graduate Academic Discourse
Advanced Writing
Intermediate Writing

Presentations

2016 -Teaching notetaking strategies across levels: practical approaches. Co presented TESOL Baltimore, MD 

2015 -Lecture comprehension and note taking challenges for 2015 and beyond. TESOL Toronto, ON 

2015 -Teaching students to become active, independent vocabulary learners. TESOL Toronto, ON 

2013 -Exploring placement test options. Co-presented at NAFSA Pittsburgh, PA 

2007 -Strategies for academic listening. TESOL Seattle, WA 

2006 -Data commentaries in conference English. TESOL, Tampa, FL

2005 -Developing CALP strategies for lecture comprehension. TESOL Bilingualism Interest Group Meeting, Tokyo, Japan 

2000 -Challenges in developing a video-format listening test. TESOL Vancouver, BC

Publications

Salehzadeh, J. (forthcoming) Academic Listening Strategies: A Guide to Understanding Lectures (2ndEd.) Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press

Salehzadeh, J. (2010). Developing a Corpus-Informed Approach for Teaching Academic Listening. In Teaching Listening: Voices from the Field. (N. Ashcraft and A. Tran, Eds.). Alexandria, VA: TESOL.

Salehzadeh, J. (2008). Book review: Going deep and wide with a corpus study. Linguistics and Education (19) 200-201.

Salehzadeh, J. (2005). Academic Listening Strategies: A Guide to Understanding Lectures. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press (200 pp.)

Salehzadeh, J. (2005). Academic Listening Strategies: 3 DVDs. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press.

Feak, C. & Salehzadeh, J. (2001). "Challenges and issues in developing an EAP Video Listening Placement Assessment: A View from One Program" English for Specific Purposes (vol. 20, pp.477-493).