Natasha Isadora Frank

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Director, Summer Intensive College English Program
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Denver, CO 80209

Thanks to her adventurous spirit and an interest in traveling, Natasha has been teaching overseas for the past seven years. She just finished a teaching position in the United Arab Emirates.


Academic reading and writing

Teacher training

Materials and curriculum development

Certified IELTS Examiner

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Extra Information


Skills Course TEFL Express Teaching Training Course (in progress)

Viewpoints II Student Workbook Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)

Do Workshops Work? A Trainer’s/Trainees’ Dairy Study (co-author) TESOL Arabia Journal

Picturing America: Teaching American Culture and Language Through Art (Editor and contributor)Lesson Plans for English Teachers in Russia, Published by U.S. Department of State

When Silence Speaks: A Reader for English 203 Writers A Custom Published textbook created for American University of Beirut, Published by Pearson/ Longman

Book review of Making Connections by Kenneth Pakenham TESOL Quarterly, Winter 2005, pp. 800-802

Faculty Type
Regular Faculty

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