Part 2: Resource-Rich Class, Session 10

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Session 10, RealPlayer
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Creating a Resource-Rich Classroom

Session 10 – August 11, 2006

Project Demonstration

Cindy Kieffer, University of Oregon
Linguistics Department, American English Institute
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Leslie Opp-Beckman, University of Oregon
Linguistics Department, American English Institute
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About the Speakers

Cynthia Kieffer is the Director of Academic Programs and Research at the American English Institute, University of Oregon. She has many years of experience teaching in classrooms with students of all ages, as well as ongoing administrative experience as a supervisor and trainer for English as a Second Language (ESL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL) educators.

Leslie Opp-Beckman is a Senior Instructor in the MA Language Teaching Specialization program for the Linguistics Department at the University of Oregon. She also develops online training, teaches courses, and acts as Technology Coordinator for the American English Institute.


This is the tenth and final session in the 2005-06 professional development series for English as a Foreign Language (EFL) educators in Thailand. It is the last of five sessions in Part II on “Creating a Resource-Rich Classroom.” University of Oregon is partnering with the US Embassy in Bangkok, the Royal Thai Distance Learning Foundation, the Ministry of Education, colleagues at Chulalongkorn University, and at ThaiTESOL on this innovative and exciting project..

Online Teacher Resources

Clean Up the World Weekend
September 15-17, 2006. A global project from the United Nations Environment Programme.

Class Showcase
Be sure to visit our Class Showcase and see some writing samples from this series!