I have spent the last nine years as a teacher and hope that I can continue to teach for the rest of my life. I began by teaching English as a Second Language to students of all ages. During graduate work, I taught two different courses on Linguistics for a total of seven semesters.
Ling 102: Introduction to the Study of Language- A general education course designed to introduce undergraduate students to what Linguistics is and what kinds of things Linguists research.
Ling 320: General Linguistics- A course designed for undergraduate students who know that they want to specifically study something to do with language. In this course, they are introduced to more formal elements of Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Historical Linguistics, and Acquisition.
I have also guest lectured in Language and Gender and Introduction to Phonetics.
I am prepared to teach Sociolinguistics, Sociophonetics, Language and Gender, Experimental Methods, Acoustic and Articulatory Phonetics, Introductory Historical Linguistics, English Dialects, Introductory Linguistics, and Animal Communication.
You can view my CV here.