May we ask: Are you a language educator? If so, what language do you teach? If not, what else do you do? And please do not write only 'English', be a little specific. In the past we had spammers and your reply helps us understand whether you are sincere. Thank you so much..
Greta Gorsuch is a professor of applied linguistics at Texas Tech University. She has lived and taught in Japan, the Philippines, the United States, and Vietnam, and has been teaching ESL/EFL for 32 years. Her research interests are in second language education, course evaluation, materials design, testing, reading and speaking fluency. Her articles on these topics have been published in TESOL Quarterly, English for Specific Purposes, System, Language Teaching Research, TESL-EJ, Reading in a Foreign Language, Asian EFL Journal, Journal of Faculty Development, Foreign Language Annals, Reading Matrix, Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes, Journal of Creative Practices in Language Learning and Teaching, and Educational Policy Analysis Archives. She is also author and editor of Tests that Second Language Teachers Make and Use (Cambridge Scholars Publishers), and co-author of Second Language Course Evaluation, and Second Language Testing for Student Evaluation and Classroom Research (Information Age Publishing). She has written original fiction for adult literacy learners and ESL learners, including Post Office on the Tokaido (Gemma Open Door); and The Bee Creek Blues, Lights at Chickasaw Point, and The Storm (The “American Chapters” series, Wayzgoose Press).