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ANNA VAUGHAN LUGINBILL

SUMMARY

12+ of experience in the TESOL field in a variety of contexts – including IEP, adult education, and for-
credit university classes. Additional experience with program coordination, teacher training, and
curriculum development.

EDUCATION

MA – TESOL Biola University 2007


La Mirada, CA
Coursework in teaching methods, second language acquisition, vocabulary instruction,
teaching children, English grammar, TELL, and intercultural studies.

BA - Applied Linguistics Moody Bible Institute 2005


Chicago, IL
Coursework in phonetics, syntax, phonology, morphology, and field linguistics.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Lecturer & Program California State University, Long Beach 2016-present


Coordinator Long Beach, CA
 Full-time faculty member of the American Language Institute (ALI)
 Teach GMAT/GRE Preparation, Academic Business Writing, Graduate
Application Strategies, and upper-level listening and speaking courses
 Coordinator of the MBA Preparation Program at ALI
 Train pre-service teachers as faculty of TEFL Teacher Training Certificate
 Develop curriculum, plan/run orientations, oversee student assistants
 Committee member for CEA reaccreditation 2016-2017, awarded full 10-
year accreditation

Assistant Professor, Seoul Women’s University 2010-2016


Institute for General Seoul, South Korea
Education  Taught advanced-level English composition, conversation, and
presentation courses for the Institute of General Education.
 Taught a variety of courses (including writing, reading, and conversation)
for the SWELL program – a specialized intensive English program.
 Co-wrote the curriculum for a grant-based project that added an English
component to an existing humanities education program.

Assistant TESOL Hyundai Learning Center and Research Institute 2009 – 2010
Trainer Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
 Taught business English in the International Business Communication
(IBC) program. Courses ranged from 2-12 week intensives designed for
business professionals to improve their English communication skills.
 Contributed to designing and implementing curriculum in the IBC.
 Supervised practicum teaching assignments for Korean elementary and
secondary school teachers for the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education.

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Practicum Master Teacher Biola University/NOCCCD Spring 2009
La Mirada/Anaheim, CA
 Supervised and mentored a Biola University masters-level student teacher
as she completed 50 hours of observation and teaching in my classroom
 Provided feedback and guidance as the student successively taught
individual lessons, then whole classes, in my advanced level adult ESL
class.

ELSP Adjunct Faculty Biola University 2008 – 2009


La Mirada, CA
 Taught part-time in the English Language Studies Program of Biola
University, part of the School of Professional Studies (SPS)
 Taught a 3-unit course in intermediate reading skills to undergraduate and
graduate level international students as a part of an intensive English
studies program

ESL Instructor North Orange County Community College District 2008 – 2009
Anaheim, CA
 Taught on-site at the Anaheim campus of NOCCCD
 Taught a non-credit, advanced level adult English class in the evenings to
immigrant students

ESL Instructor California State University, Fullerton 2007 – 2009


Fullerton, CA
 Taught part-time in the intensive English program (ALP) at CSUF
 Courses taught include intermediate level listening/speaking with academic
(TOEFL) prep, vocabulary, and grammar

ESL Instructor California State University, Long Beach Fall 2007


Long Beach, CA
 Taught part-time in the intensive English program (ALI) at CSULB
 Taught an intermediate grammar course

Master Teacher Biola University Essentials of TESOL Program Summer 2007


La Mirada, CA
 Helped with a 3-week intensive teacher training course at Biola University
 Taught a course on teaching children and observed/gave feedback on
practicum student teachers. Also modeled lessons for the new teachers.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Member of CATESOL since 2006
Member of TESOL since 2010
Member of KOTESOL from 2009-2016
Committee member for the 2008 Los Angeles Regional CATESOL conference
ASI-CSULB Study Abroad Scholarship Selection Committee Member 2017
Reader for Poster Presentations for CATESOL State-Wide Conference, 2018
Served as a Faculty Juror for the CSULB 31st Annual Student Research Competition, 2019

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PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Luginbill, A. & Massie, M. (2018, July). The student-centered classroom: Best practices for teaching EFL.
Presented at the 2018 JET Program USA Pre-Departure Orientation, Los Angeles, CA.

Luginbill, A., & Massie, M. (2018). A Practical Course in English Grammar for Teachers in Training. Long
Beach, CA: American Language Institute, CSULB.

Luginbill, A,. & Massie, M. (2017, April). Book clubs and reading blogs: A critical reading model. Poster
presented at the 2017 CATESOL Orange County Chapter Workshop, Anaheim, CA.

Vaughan, A., Bose, Z., Featherson, W., Ravin, M., & Rhoads, T. (2014). Building Self, Community, and the
World: Bahrom Swell I. Yang, J.Y. & Seo, E.H. (eds.). Seoul, KR: Seoul Women’s University Foreign
Language Department.

Vaughan A, Bose, Z., Tcyburski, R.., Featherston, W., Ravin, M., & Rhoads, T. (2013). Communication
and Culture in the Global World: Bahrom Swell II. Yang, J.Y., & Seo, E.H. (eds.). Seoul, KR: Seoul
Women’s University Foreign Language Department.

Vaughan, A. (2006). Understanding SLA: On the congruence of second language learning and spiritual
growth. CETC Newsletter, 10(3).

Vaughan A. (2006, October). From teaching adults to teaching children: Making a successful transition. Presented
at the 2006 Los Angeles Regional CATESOL Conference, Fullerton, CA.

LIST OF COURSES TAUGHT

CSULB American Language Institute – TEFL Training Program / Graduate Application Strategies /
GMAT/GRE Preparation / Advanced Business Writing (Business Analysis) / Advanced
Listening/Speaking (Business Communication) / IEP Business English / Listening/Speaking
Level 5 / Grammar Level 3 / Grammar Level 2 / Reading/Writing/Vocabulary Level 3

Seoul Women’s University (credit courses) – Advanced English Writing / Advanced English
Conversation / English Presentation Skills (Honors)

SWELL – OCS (Oral Communication Skills): Level 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 / Reading & Writing: Level 1, 3,
4, 5, 6, 7 / Reading & Discussion: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced / TOEIC Speaking:
Intermediate, Advanced / Pronunciation: Beginning, Intermediate / Academic Writing / Drama

Hyundai Learning Center – Business English Writing / Phone English / English Negotiation / Global
Business Etiquette / Teacher-training practicum in lesson planning

Biola ELSP – Intermediate Reading Skills

NOCCCD – Advanced Integrated Skills

CSUF American Language Program – Intermediate Listening & Speaking / Intermediate Grammar /
Intermediate Vocabulary

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