She looks into the language and identity issues among English language learners, and she tries to find ways to empower ELLs through using communicative problem solving tasks.
Professor Eunmee Lee is a member of our English for academic purposes faculty. She also provides tutoring services for individual students. Before coming to the Korea campus, she taught English for undergraduate and graduate level students in George Mason University’s acclaimed INTO program. Her other prior teaching experiences include teaching English as a second language at Florida High School, ESP for Montgomery College, and graduate-level TESOL courses at the Midwest University. She is also the author of the book “How to Teach English to Your Children at Home.” Her research interests revolve identifying ways to empower English learners in communicative and sociological perspectives.
Prof. Lee earned her master’s degree and doctorate in multicultural and multilingual education from Florida State University.
Questioning types of English language learners and how to motivate them to speak up and ask questions
Lee, E. (2018) Conference proceeding “I love stress-free English speaking!”: Effects of Dialogic Jigsaw Puzzle Activities, Korea TESOL International Conference 2017
Lee, E. (2017) “I love stress-free English speaking!”: Effects of Dialogic Jigsaw Puzzle Activities, Extended Summaries Korea TESOL PAC 2017, KOTESOL.org
EAP109 English support class for Global Affairs 100
EAP104 English support class for History 126
EAP108 English support class for Business 100
EAP103 English support class for COMM100
EAP100 English Composition for Multilingual Writers
EAP110 English Language, Composition & Academic Skills for Multilingual Writers
EAP116 English Writing across Disciplines for Multilingual Writers
EAP120 Capstone Program for English for Academic Purposes
Ph.D. Multilingual Multicultural Education, Florida State University,Tallahassee, FL
Dissertation Title: Portrait of Language Minority Students: Living as Outsiders.
M.S. Multilingual Multicultural Education, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Lee, E. (2017) “I love stress-free English speaking!”: Effects of dialogic jigsaw
puzzle activities, Korea TESOL International Conference, October 22, 2017
Lee, E. & Galen, A. (2015) Developing Job Interview Skills among Intermediate Level
English Language Learners presented at the Adult ESOL & Literacy Grant
Program Fall 2015 In-Service Day Instruction for College and Career
Readiness held by the Montgomery College, MD, USA on September 12, 2015
Lee, E. (2012) Diffusion of information in ESL learners’ message relay activities and the effect of video replay, Second Language Research Forum, University of Pittsburgh & Carnegie Mellon University, October 21, 2012
Lee, E. & Lee, B. (2012) “I forgot about English, and I could speak fluently!” Effects of
dialogic jigsaw-puzzle activities, Second Language Research Forum, University of
Pittsburgh & Carnegie Mellon University, October 21, 2012
Lee, E. & Kwon, K. (2010) Phillip's First Year at a U.S. Elementary School as an ESL
Student: Ethnographic Case Study, Second Language Research Forum, University
of Maryland, October 17, 2010
Lee, E. (2010) Scaffolding Patterns of Korean ESL Learners in Their Dialogic Problem
Solving Process, West Virginia TESOL Conference, Fairmont State University, West
Virginia, April 10, 2010