Hatfield, Sally

Sally

E-Mailbehrenwa@ohio.edu
Phone740-593-4580
Department740-593-4575
Fax740-593-4577
Office: Room 160 Gordy Hall
Mailing Address:
OPIE
155 Gordy Hall
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701 USA

Education

Graduate Certificate in Computer-Aided Language Learning (CALL), Ohio University, Athens, OH, 2012
MA TESOL, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2010
BA in English, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2005

Area(s) of Professional Interest

Academic preparation for graduate students, course creation and development, using fanfiction and literature in the ESL classroom, EFL in post-Soviet countries

Et cetera

I grew up on a farm in western Michigan and received both my BA in English and my MA in TESOL from Michigan State University, with two years as a TEFL Peace Corps Volunteer in eastern Ukraine in between.  I’ve been an OPIE faculty member since 2010.

Outside of teaching ESL, my interests include reading, cooking, playing the piano, improving my Ukrainian and Russian language skills, and overanalyzing television shows with my husband.

PRESENTATIONS/PUBLICATIONS 

  • Hatfield, S. J. (in press, expected 2017). Fanfiction. In J. I. Liontas (Ed.,) TESOL encyclopedia of English language teaching.  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Hille, K., & Hatfield, S. (2015, October).  Building bridges: Preparation for STEM classes in the IEP. Presentation for the Ohio TESOL Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Hatfield, S. (2014, November). Motivating students to write: Fanfiction in the ESL classroom. Presentation for the Ohio TESOL Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Hatfield, S. (2014, May). Fanfiction in the language classroom. Presentation for the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), Athens, Ohio.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2013, November). An Ohio regional studies course: Multidisciplinary content-based IEP instruction. Presentation for the Ohio TESOL Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2013, November). Starting an international student book club.  Presentation for the Ohio TESOL Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Behrenwald, S., & Zakryzhevskyy, M. (2012, November). Motivating vocabulary learning through games. Presentation for the Ohio TESOL Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Behrenwald, S. J. (2012). Fanfiction practices in ESL writing classrooms. In G. Kessler, A. Oskoz, & I. Elola (Eds.), Technology use across writing contexts (pp. 277-296). San Antonio, TX: CALICO.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2012, June). Fanfiction practices in ESL writing classrooms. Presentation for the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO), South Bend, Indiana.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2012, May). Using CALL to teach extensive reading. Presentation for the Ohio University CALL Conference Technology Fair, Athens, Ohio.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2011, November). Using CALL to teach literature in the IEP classroom. Presentation for the Ohio TESOL Technology Fair, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Azimova, K., Behrenwald, S., Datsenko, E., McGee, E., & Telegina, N. (2011, May). Issues of education and language reform in the former Soviet Union.  Panel presented at Conference of Ohio University Linguistics Department (COULD), Athens, Ohio.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2011, March). This I believe: A VoiceThread project. Presentation for the Electronic Village Fair, TESOL, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Behrenwald, S. J. (2010). “You cannot sit in the same time at the same chairs”: Preemptive test washback in Ukrainian classrooms. MSU Working Papers in Second Language Studies, 2, 1-13.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2010, March). Pre-communicative or post-communicative?:  Ukrainian EFL teachers’ perspectives on communicative language teaching.  Presentation for the American Association of Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Behrenwald, S. (2009, October). Not just what but why: ESL teacher beliefs in regards to teaching writing to middle school students. Presentation for MITESOL, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • Sydorenko, T., & Behrenwald, S. (2009, April). A tour of Ukraine in 50 minutes!  Presentation for World Languages Day, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

 

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