MIAMI DADE COLLEGE | WOLFSON
  Frank J Quebbemann
    Department of World Languages
       
    GENERAL INFORMATION
 
Frank J Quebbemann
Assistant Professor
Department of World Languages
Phone: 305-237-3218  Fax: 305-237-3273
E-mail: fquebbem@mdc.edu
(You may need to copy this e-mail address into your e-mail program)

Wolfson Campus, Office 1648
300 NE 2nd Street
Miami, FL 33132
     
    COURSE INFORMATION

 

Courses taught recently

EAP 0120 EAP Reading Level 1
EAP 0160 EAP Grammar Level 1
EAP 0220 EAP Reading Level 2 *
EAP 0260 EAP Grammar Level 2
EAP 0320 EAP Reading Level 3
EAP 0360 EAP Grammar Level 3 *
EAP 0420 EAP Reading Level 4
EAP 0440 EAP Writing Level 4 *
EAP 1520 EAP Reading Level 5 *
EAP 1560 EAP Grammar Level 5 *
EAP 1620 EAP Reading Level 6
EAP 1640 EAP Writing Level 6
EAP 1640L EAP Writing Level 6 Lab
EAP 1683 ACE Acc Adv Rdg & Wrtg
   

* Courses taught this semester: 2013-2

    OFFICE HOURS: 2013-2
   
Monday 4:40-5:40 pm
Tuesday 1:30-5:00 pm
Wednesday 4:40-5:40 pm
Thursday 1:30-5:00 pm
Friday  
    I am also available at other times by appointment.
     

 

  EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
  Doctoral program, Adult Education & Human Resource Development, (A.B.D.)

M.A. Linguistics-TESL

B.S. Psychology
     

  EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
  Teaching and learning consist of an ongoing collaboration between the instructor and active, involved students ready to take responsibility for their learning.
   
  CURRENT PROJECTS

  Learning Chinese
A page of resources for learning Chinese

e-Reach Project
The teaching of on-line synchronous GED and ABE courses to adults at One Stop Centers around Miami-Dade County.

FETC Presentation
Presentation at FETC in Orlando, about teaching on-line, synchronous distance classes.

Grant-writing

Teacher Training: PDPI Training project with Brazilian EFL teachers

Facebook page for Brazilian Teacher Training Project

International Projects in Bogotá, Colombia and Ica, Peru

    INTERESTS

  I enjoy traveling, bicycle-riding, and teaching. I like to read about science, the environment, democracy, and life in other places.  I am researching issues related to technological literacy, plagiarism prevention, critical thinking skills, and alternative educational technologies. I believe humor is important and don't trust people who do not laugh.
     
  ONLINE ESL/TEACHING RESOURCES / LINKS
   
Dave's ESL Cafe
English Resources
Englishpage.com
English Learning & Teaching Resources
CPT Resource page
Greetings in Various Languages
FREE-Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Wikipedia: Free Online Resources
Reading Resources
ESL Laboratory
BBC Learning English Resources
Gallaudet English Works
Additional links & resources on my INTERESTS page
 
Updated: 01/22/2014   Miami Webcam
 
     
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