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Cynthia Louise Carr

Campus Address: CA153G
Phone: (317)274-4743
Email: cyncarr@iupui.edu


Appointments

Assistant Director for Student Affairs, Program for English Intensive English

Education

M.A. English with Certificate in TESOL & Certificate in Teaching Writing - IUPUI, 2014; M.M. Performance - Florida State University, 1983; B.M. Applied Music - Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, 1981

Bio

After a successful 25-year career in classical music performance and teaching, Cynthia Carr has turned to the field of Teaching English to Speakers of Others Languages with a focus on teaching academic English to international undergraduate students and pre-matriculated intensive English students.

Academic Interests

Teaching English as a Second Language; English for Academic Purposes; Second Language Writing

Teaching

IUPUI - Associate (Adjunct) Faculty, English for Academic Purposes Program and University College, 2012-present. In Music: Ball State University, 2009-2010; University of Delaware, 1991-2006; Lawrence University (Appleton, Wisconsin), 1985-1990

Publications

Carr, C. (2014, November). The Place of Self-Directed Writing in English for Academic Purposes. Teaching presention at the annual Indiana TESOL Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Carr, C. (2014, April). Open Doors, Open Minds. An “Ignite” presentation at the annual Edward C. Moore Symposium on Teaching Effectiveness, IUPUI. Carr, C. (2014, January). Using the Oncourse Wiki Tool for Vocabulary Development. Presentation at the pre-semester in-service meeting for all English for Academic Purposes (EAP) teachers, IUPUI. Carr, C. (2013). Enhancing EAP Students’ Autonomy by Accommodating Various Learning Styles in the Second Language Writing Classroom. INTESOL Journal, 10 (1), 39-52. Carr, C. (2013, November). Virtual Words: Enhancing EAP Students’ Academic Vocabulary Development via an Interactive Online Learning Environment. Poster presented at the annual Indiana TESOL Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Carr, C. & Snell, A. (2012). Beyond Proficiency: Engaging Adult ‘Beginners’ at the Level of Their Intellect and the Depth of Their Humanity. INTESOL Journal, 9 (1), 67-78. Carr, C. & Snell, A. (2012, September). Beyond Proficiency: Engaging Adult ‘Beginners’ at the Level of Their Intellect and the Depth of Their Humanity. Paper presented at the annual Indiana TESOL Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

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