About John Hedgcock
Professor Hedgcock teaches courses such as Language Analysis, Structure of English, Second Language Acquisition, Teaching Writing, Teaching Reading, Portfolio Preparation, and the Language Teaching Practicum. A two-time recipient of the Institute's Excellence in Teaching Award, he has held instructional positions in English for Academic Purposes (EAP), English as a Second Language (ESL), and Composition at the university and community college levels; he has also taught French, Spanish, and English as a Foreign Language. In addition to presenting papers and workshops at national and international conferences, he has worked with language professionals in Africa and the Middle East as a consultant and teacher educator.
Applied Linguistics, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), Second Language Acquisition (SLA), English as a Second Language (ESL), and Teacher Education
Honors and Awards
- MIIS Excellence in Teaching Award
- Language Analysis
- Structure of English
- Teaching of Reading
- Portfolio Seminar
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Learning Modern Greek: A Comparison of Development and Identification Patterns ...
Journal of Language, Identity, and Education (2007)
Although second language (L2) research has explored connections between sociopsychological variables and L2 socialization processes, relatively few investigations have compared ...
Negative Feedback Incorporation among High-Proficiency and Low-Proficiency Chinese-Speaking Learners of ...
Language Learning (1996)
The influence of metalinguistic feedback on language learning was examined based on conversational data. Native-Spanish-speaking interviewers elicited spoken interactions with, ...