1993 Ph.D., The University of Arizona, English Literature,
Specialization in the Novel, Victorian Literature, Dickens, Feminist Analysis.
1962 Ed. M., Harvard University, Education and English.
1957 B.A. , Indiana State University, major in English,
minor in French.
English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Spring 2002 Northern Arizona University
, promoted to full professor
Fall 1998-2003 Northern Arizona University, Yuma
Arizona. Department of Education--BME/ESL. Associate Professor. Taught
BME 539--ESL through Literature; BME 631-- Content Based Instruction; BME
698--Capstone Seminar; BME 637--The Cultural Aspect of language Teaching;
ENG 361--Women writers; BME 634--Testing and Assessment in Language Instruction;
BME 531—Bilingual Methodology; BME420—Literacy/Biliteracy; BME 599 Multicultural
literature for Adolescents and Children
Fall 1997 University of Arizona, Tucson.
Arizona. The Department of English. Adjunct Assistant Professor
for English. Taught 445/545—An Introduction to TESOL and English 613—TESOL
Methodology as well as 10 hours of advanced ESOL at CESL.
Spring 1997 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Instructor in Linguistic Analysis Literature (Co-taught with Professor
1993 - 1996 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Instructor of graduate courses in ESP/EAP Methodology and the Methods
of Teaching Literature in the Graduate ESOL Department.
Spring 1993 Instructor of Pedagogical Approaches to Grammar
at Northern Arizona University Extension in Tucson (part time position).
Summer 1993 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Instructor of Bilingual Education and ESOL methodology, English Department.
1989 – 1993 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Adjunct Guest Lecturer of ESOL at the Center for English as a Second Language.
Spring 1994 University of Arizona, Tucson
Arizona. Instructor of TESOL practicum
1993 – 1995 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Adjunct Lecturer at the Center for English as a Second Language.
Summer 1990 University of Kent, Canterbury, England.
Lecturer in British Council Course for Teacher Trainers.
Summer 1988 Pilgrims’ Language School, Canterbury,
England. Teacher of Methodology for ESOL Teachers.
1980 – 1989 Hebrew University School of Education
, Jerusalem, Israel. Teacher Educator
in the teacher training division (half time position).
1980 – 1989 Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
Staff Developer in the Center for Staff Development and Teacher Improvement
(half time position).
1967 – 1989 Hebrew Gymnasia, Jerusalem, Israel.
Teacher of English.
1963 – 1964 Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.
Teacher of English to International Students.
1959 – 1961 Quincy High School, Quincy, Massachusetts.
Teacher of English.
1958 – 1959 Paul D. Schreiber High School, Port
Washington, New York. Teacher of English.
Spring 1996 Lecturer for teacher development, Caborca, Mexico
Summer 1996 USIS Lecturer for Turkish University Teachers, Izzet
Baysal University, Bolu, Turkey
Summer 1991 Group facilitator for staff development course in
Taichung, Taiwan, as part of a University of Arizona and
City of Taichung cooperative program.
Summer 1987 Group facilitator for staff development workshop,
Mount Scopus College, Melbourne, Australia.
1987 – 1989 Coordinator of course for immigrant teachers run
by the Ministry of Education, Israel.
1981 – 1989 Lecturer at the Center for Staff Development at
the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
1981 – 1989 Facilitator for workshops for principals and inter-disciplinary
workshops for Jewish and Arab teachers and principals at the Hebrew
University, Jerusalem, Israel.
1987 – 1988 Facilitator of summer workshops for teachers of
ESOL at Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel.
2002—summer Facilitated workshops for teachers in the Gadsden, school
Summer 1997 Coordinator of CESL outreach project
at Sells, Arizona.
Spring 1992 Coordinator of the Evening Program at Center for
English as a Second Language, The University of Arizona, Tucson,
Winter 1992 Selected candidate for the position of Chief Inspector
of English studies in the State of Israel by The Ministry of Education
1981 – 1986 Head of English Department, Hebrew Gymnasia
, Jerusalem, Israel.
1985 – 1989 Columnist for Jerusalem Post-Student Post and writer
of Teachers’ Guide--Briefing of Student Post.
1995 Qualified to serve as TESOL Test of Written English (TWE)
1999 Appointed to Serve on the Board of Examiners of the National
Council for Accreditation of Teachers (NCATE). Certified as NCATE board
Grants & Awards
2003 Nominated for the NAU President’s Service Award
2001 Yuma County University Teacher of the Year
2000 President's Teacher of the Year--Northern Arizona University
1998 Educator of the Year award by AZ-TESOL
1995 Nominated for The University of Arizona Leicester and Kathryn
Sherrill Creative Teaching Award.
1987 Awarded British Council Scholarship for summer study at
the Pilgrim's Language School, The University of Kent, Canterbury, England.
International TESOL, March, 2003 Baltimore, Mariland
Can cultural relativism cope with moral relativism? Discussion-group
The B’fa, B’fa culture game—workshop presentation
Arizona TESOL April 2003, Mesa Community College
Activities for the large heterogeneous ESL classroom—demonstration
Arizona Western Consortium Multi-Language Workshop, April, 2003
Invited Speaker—“Get Them Hooked on Extensive Reading.”
Arizona TESOL, 2002—Invited Presenter “Stories for All Language
Rocky Mountain Regional TESOL, November 2002
Three workshops accepted for presentation
Teaching Large Multilevel Classes
Teaching the story
Zero Prep Activities for Beginners
International TESOL, April , 2002 in Salt Lake City
Zero Prep Activities for Beginners (demonstration with Laurel Pollard
and Jan Heron)
Using Drama Techniques in ESL
Ways and Reasons for Inter-Affiliate Cooperation
Arizona TESOL, April, 2002, Tucson, Arizona
Teaching Large Multi-Level Classes
California regional TESOL, Los Angeles October 27, ‘01
Adding Reading Flavor to your ESL lessons (demonstration)
All the World’s A Stage (demonstration)
Zero Prep for Beginners (demonstration)
California TESOL April 19, 2001—Invited pre-conference workshop
Using Culture and Literature in ESL.
AZ-TESOL March 8-10 2001
Zero Prep for Beginners! Teaching better. Preparing Less (demonstration
with Laurel Pollard)
All the World’s A Stage—Drama for Communication—publisher’s session
Stories With a Twist—Stories for Communication—publisher’s Session
International TESOL March, 2001, St. Louis
A Cultural Vision for TESOL (presentation accepted with Nancy Blitz)
All the World’s A Stage—Publishers presentation for recent book
Stories with a Twist—Publishers presentation for recent book
0-Prep for Beginners—Presentation with Laurel Pollard of recently
Rocky Mountain Regional TESOL 2000
Teaching the Story—Demonstration
Ready to go language Activities--Demonstration
AZ-TESOL April, 2000, Flagstaff, Arizona, April, 2000--Zero
Prep Activities (demonstration)
International TESOL March, 2000 in Vancouver:
Discussion leader for " Which Methodology for Content Based instruction?"
Discussion leader for "Does Culture Influence Language Learning?"
Demonstration: Zero Prep Activities
Demonstration: Communication made real and easy
Demonstration: Story and Drama in ESL
AWC/NAU Professional Development Conference, February 2000,
"Us Yuman Beings" A Look at Culture. Presented with Nancy Blitz
Rocky Mountain Regional TESOL, October, 1999--Excavating Poetry
for Language Use (Demonstration)
CATESOL, Reno Nevada, April, 1999. Activities for the
Communicative Classroom. (Demonstration)
International TESOL, New York, March 1999. ZER0-Prep Activities.
International TESOL, New York, March 1999. Dram and Story in
Rocky Mountain Regional TESOL, October 14-15, 1998. Ready to Go ESL
Activities. (Demonstration) & Conducting a Writing Conference across
the Curriculum. (Demonstration)
CATESOL, San Francisco, October, 1998. Ready-to-go ESL
Foreign Language Teachers' Association, San Francisco,October,
1998. Ready-to-Go ESL Activities. (Demonstration)
International TESOL, Seattle Washington, March 1998. Creating
Curriculum in the IEP. (paper)
International TESOL, Seattle Washington, March 1998.
Dealing with the TESOL methodology course. (discussion leader).
AZ-TESOL mini conference, Tucson, Arizona, February, 1998.
In tune with your teaching self: Harmony in the ESOL classroom . (plenary
International TESOL, Orlando, Florida, March 1997. Dealing
with the introductory TESOL course (discussion leader).
International TESOL, Orlando, Florida, March 1997. Building
a university bridge course in the IEP. (paper).
Yuma Arizona - AZ-TESOL - The personal and the political in
Rocky Mountain Regional TESOL, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1996.
Teaching vocabulary. (Demonstration).
International TESOL, Chicago, March 1996. How to be a
benevolent dictator: The many uses of dictation in TESOL. (Demonstration)
International TESOL, Chicago, March 1996. The merging
of process and content in teacher education. (Demonstration).
International TESOL, Chicago, March 1996. Teaching large
heterogeneous classes. (Panel participant).
AZ-TESOL, Chinle, Arizona, 1996. Get them hooked on books.
Rocky Mountain TESOL, Denver, 1995. The merging of process
and content in teacher education. (Demonstration).
International TESOL, Long Beach, California, March 28 - April
1, 1995. Using an idea file in teacher education. (Demonstration).
International TESOL, Long Beach, California, March 28 - April
1, 1995. The return to literature. (Group Discussion).
International TESOL, Long Beach, California, March 28 - April
1, 1995. Textbooks in EFL. (Panel Participant).
AZ-TESOL, Hermosillo, Mexico, March, 1995. Closing in
on the cloze. (Demonstration).
Rocky Mountain TESOL, November 6-8, 1992. New ways with vocabulary.
AZ-TESOL, Glendale, Arizona, April, 1994. Meeting of
media--bolstering extensive reading through the use of film. (Demonstration).
This demonstration was rated the most popular of all those presented during
U of A Panel participant as Dickens scholar in the Literature/Theater
Arts discussion of
Community The Tale of Two Cities as part of a community
outreach program of The
Outreach University of Arizona, 1994
AZ-TESOL, Yuma, April, 1993. How to get the most from
your text. (Workshop).
International TESOL, Atlanta, April, 1993. New ways with
AZ-TESOL, Casa Grande, March 26-28, 1992. How sexist is ESL
and why do we care. (Workshop).
Rocky Mountain TESOL, Salt Lake City, October, 1994. Communicative
IATEFL-TESOL Edinburgh International Conference, April 11-14,
1988. Using magazines and newspapers in EFL. (Workshop)
ETAI (English Teachers of Israel) International Conference,
Summer 1987. Teaching poetry in EFL. (Workshop)
Van Leer Institute --Developed materials in Peace Education
as participant in the Peace Project 1987
Scholarship of Discovery
Teacher Resource Books
Hess, N. (2001). Teaching Large Multilevel Classes. Cambridge
Pollard, L., Hess, N., & Herron, J. (2001) Zero Prep for Beginners:
Ready-to-Go Activities for the Language Classroom, a resource book for
teachers. Burlingame, CA: Alta Press
( 1/3 of effort, 149 pp.)
Pollard, L & Hess, N. (1997). Zero Prep: Ready-to-Go Activities
for the Language Classroom, a resource book for teachers. Burlingame,
Alta Press ( 50%, 128 pp.)
Hess, N. & Pollard, L. (1995). Creative Questions:
Lively Uses of the Interrogative, a resource book for teachers. White
Plains, NY: Longman.
(50%, 104 pp.)
Hess, N. (1993). Head Starts: One Hundred Original
Pre-Text Activities, a resource book for teachers. White Plains,
NY: Longman. (100%, 120 pp.)
Scholarship of Application—Refereed Publication
Hess, N, (2001) All the World's a Stage. Burlingame, CA: Alta Press
Hess, N. & Pollard, L. (2000). Now You’re Talking: An Interactive
Fluency Workbook. Dominie Press, Inc.
Hess, N. (1999) Stories With a Twist. Burlingame, CA:
Hess, N. & Ezra, E. (1987). It Stands to Reason, advanced
level EFL text with teachers’ guide. Ra'anana, Israel: Eric Cohen Books.
(50%, 150 pp.)
Hess, N. & Ezra, E. (1987). Talking about Literature,
advanced level EFL text based on literature with teacher’s guide. Ra'anana,
Israel: Eric Cohen
Books. (50%, 133 pp.)
Hess, N. & Aran, S. (1986). Meaning in English, an
EFL text book for the intermediate level with teachers’ guide. Ra'anana,
Eric Cohen Books. (50%, 200
Articles in Refereed Journals
Scholarship of Discovery
Hess, N. The Ghost who walks everywhere. Intercultural Communication
E-Section , March 2003
Hess, N. Language through poetry: A formula for meaning making.
the English Language Teaching Journal 57 (1) January 2003
Hess, N. Voices of corruption, meaninglessness, and mediocrity,
TESOL Matters 13 (1) p.13
Hess, N. This is our moment, TESOL Matters 12 (1) p.
Hess, N. and Templin, E. Constructing curriculum in an IEP.
Journal of Intensive English Studies. V.14, Fall/Winter
2001/2002. (50% of effort)
Hess, N. and Zukowski, J. A Cultural moment in teacher education.
The Teacher Trainer, 2003 (50% of effort)
Hess, N. & Ghawi, M. (1997). A methodology for English for
academic purposes. The ESP Journal 16(1) 15-26.
(50% of effort)
Hess, N. and Morton, E. (1997). Creating an academic bridge
course in the IEP. Journal of Intensive English Studies, 10 Spring/Fall
49-63. (50% of effort)
Hess, N. (1996). Code switching and style shifting as
markers of liminality in literature. Language and Literature. 5 (1). 5-18.
Hess, N. & Jasper, S. (Summer, 1995). A blending of
media for extensive reading. The TESOL Journal, 4(4), 7-11.
Hess, N. (Winter, 1994/95). Bringing us together.
The TESOL Journal, 4(2).
Hess, N. (December, 1994). Using an idea file on teacher
training courses. The Teacher Trainer 8, (3). 12.
Hess, N. (1987). Using interviews in teaching training.
The Teacher Trainer, 8(3) Canterbury, England, 8(3), 12-14.
Hess, N. (December, 1995 - January, 1996). Advice and
consent. TESOL Matters, 5(6), 9.
Hess, N. (January, 1989). The short story in the English
language lesson: An integrated approach to language teaching. The English
Teachers’ Journal, Israel, (38), 76-85.
Hess, N. (September, 1989). Poetic idols. Practical
English Teaching, a Mary Glasgow publication, London, England, 10(1),
Hess, N. (June, 1989). Picture within a poem. Practical
English Teaching, a Mary Glasgow publication, London, England,
Hess, N. (March, 1989). Teaching poetry in a communicative
way (part 2). Practical English Teaching, a Mary Glasgow publication,
London, England, 9(3), 24-27.
Hess, N. (December, 1988). Teaching poetry in a communicative
way (part 1). Practical English Teaching, a Mary Glasgow publication,
London, England, 9(2), 21-23.
Hess, N. (June, 1987). Newspapers in the English classroom.
Stressing communicative competence. The English Teachers’ Journal,
Israel, (35), 70-78.
Hess, N. (December, 1985). Teaching the holocaust in the
English classroom. The English Teachers’ Journal, Israel, (32), 51-61.
Hess, N. (May, 1986). The oral matriculation test: Group work.
The English Teachers’ Journal, Israel, (33), 93-97.
Articles Submitted to Refereed Publications
Hess, N. The Short story: integrating language skills through the
parallel life approach (sent for publication as a chapter in forthcoming
TESOL case studies anthology. (2002)
Hess, N. Of cows and cowards and content-based instruction (sent to
the CA-TESOL Journal) (2003)
Other Articles and Book Chapters
Scholarship of Integration
Hess, N. (1999) Meeting the needs of in-service teachers. TEIS Newsletter,
Hess, N. (1998 )When enemies talk together. TESOL Matters
Voices of TESOL column. 8 (4) 25.
Hess, N. (1996). Put a ring around the thing. New
Ways in Drama and Literature. (Ed. Whitson, V.). TESOL Publications.
Hess, N. (1996). Talk back to the movies. New Ways
in Drama and Literature. (Ed. Whitson, V.). TESOL Publications.
Hess, N. (1996). Walk for a good talk. New Ways
in Drama and Literature. (Ed. Whitson, V.). TESOL Publications.
Hess, N. (Fall, 1995) Nothing like a good word:
Help in recycling vocabulary. The AZ-TESOL Newsletter, 16(4), 20-21.
Hess, N. (Spring, 1993) The lady's lady--the other's other: Hortense,
the murderous maid of Bleak House. Work In Progress (The University of
Arizona department of English) 4, 95-127
Hess, N. & Adamson, D. (1992). Models of language
through content programs, a chapter in D. Adamson, Academic Competence:
Theory and Classroom Practice (pp. 120-134). White Plains, NY: Longman.
(50%) (book chapter)
Hess, N. (September, 1990). Suggestions on how to teach
a play through the integration of language skills. Practical English
Teaching, 11(1), 29-31.
Hess, N. (Fall, 1990). A look at life in an intensive
English program: Outreach and ESOL. The AZ-TESOL Newsletter, 15(3),
Hess, N. (2000) Monday morning ideas, AZ-TESOL Newsletter, Vol. Nos
Hess, N. Active Skills for Reading—Neil Anderson’s Innovative New
Four-Level Series. ESL Magazine. January/February 2003
Hess, N. (2002). Review of Out of the Ordinary and Across
the Board by Jean Zukowski/Faust, TESOL Journal, July 2002
Hess, N. (February, 1999). Review of A Handbook for Language Administrators.
M. A. Christison & F. Stoller, ALTA press. TESOL Program Administrators'
Hess, N. (January, 1994). Review of Creative Grammar Practice:
Getting Learners to Use Both Sides of the Brain. G. Gerngross &
H. Puchta, Longman. Intermountain TESOL (I-News).
Hess, N. (Winter, 1994). Review of The Confidence Book:
Building Trust in the Language Classroom. P. Davis & M. Rinvolucri.
Longman. The TESOL Journal, 3(2), 41.
Hess, N. (April, 1994). Review of Literature and Language
Teaching. G. Lazar, Cambridge UP. Modern English Teacher.
Hess, N. (Spring/Fall, 1994). Review of Teaching by Principles.
D. H. Brown, Prentice Hall Regents. Journal of Intensive English Studies,
Hess, N. (December, 1993). Review of Tasks for Language
Teachers: A Resource Book for Training and Development. M.
Parrot, Cambridge UP. The Teacher Trainer.
Hess, N. (December, 1989). Review From Poem to Poem.
A. Maley & S. Moulding. Practical English Teaching, 10(2), 59.
Hess, N. (2000). Review of How Languages are Learned
Patsy M. Lightblown and N. Spada Oxford University Press, 1999. )
TESOL Teacher Education Newsletter
Hess, N.Comparative approach to literacy in Yuma--grant submitted
to NIH, December, 1999
Participated (10%) in LEAP grant written by Professor Patricia Petersen
Hess, N. and Pollard, L. Teens in Today’s World (A series of
three ELL readers for Beginner ELL teen-age students)—under contract with
Hess, N and Boyer, C. The Human Side of Business (A business-content
based ELL reader for high intermediate-advanced adult ELL students) –proposal
requested by Cambridge University Press.
2002-2003 Chair of the Yuma Faculty Status Committee.
Chair-Elect of the Intercultural Interest Section of International TESOL
Secretary for Arizona TESOL
Promoted the BEST and LEAP programs at five Yuma Schools.
Gave Workshops on ESL techniques to Gadsden teachers (not funded.)
Served as faculty advisor to BEST and LEAP programs (funded).
Serving on doctoral committee for Vicki Ardisana.
Served on the NAU/AWC advisory committee.
Served on the NAU/AWC faculty development committee.
Served on the Liberal Studies Council.
Served as round-table facilitator at the “Greater Expectations” Campus-Community
dialogue in Flagstaff.
facilitator for the “Night at the Movies” campus faculty development in
in a Yuma Community Focus Group.
the COE Dean-Search Committee.
proposal-rater for International TESOL
the COE annual review task force
2001-2002 Chair of the promotion
committee for Dr. Anna-Marie Aldaz
Lecturer for Moving Waters, community project (funded)
Served on Yuma Faculty Evaluation Committee
Served on doctoral committee for Patricia Maruca
Served as secretary for the AZ-TESOL board
Arranged Rocky Mountain Regional Reception for International TESOL
Served as hospitality person for the AZ-TESOL board
Served on the NAU/AWC faculty development committee
Served on the board of the Martin Springer Institute
Served on the AZ-TESOL mini conference organizing committee
Went on a three day presentation journey to Florida, taking the place
of Jean Zukowski/Faust, who was ill.
2000-2003 On the board of the Martin Springer Institute
1996-1997 Business Manager for AZ-TESOL
1997 - 2001 On the board of AZ-TESOL
1998 - 2000 Steering Committee of TEIS (Teacher
Education Interest Section of TESOL)
1993 - 1995 Chairperson of CESL curriculum
committee, The University of Arizona. Developed new curriculum
Chair of speaker liaison committee, AZ-TESOL MEX-TESOL mini
1997 - 1998 Chair of speaker liaison committee,
Rocky Mountain Regional TESOL conference
Served as discussion leader of Letters from Yellowstone by Diane Smith
Served as discussion leader of Color of Water by J. McBride
Served on the NAU in Yuma Sabbatical Review Committee
2001 Elected to serve
on Northern Arizona University in Yuma COFS committee
Served on the Martin Springer Holocaust Director Search Committee
Appointed to serve on the doctoral committee of Patricia Maruca
Served on Arizona TESOL conference organizing committee
Served as rater for NCATE at Weber University, Utah
2000 Developed pamphlet describing NAU/ESL program
in Yuma and visited schools to explain program.
2000 Committee for bi-national conference.
1999 - 2001 Member of Dean's Advisory Committee--appointed
lead faculty in part- time teacher development project.
1999 - 2001 Served on AWC/NAU Faculty Professional
1999 - 2001 Served on NAU Faculty Rights and Responsibilities
1999 - 2001 Served on NAU tenure and promotion recommendation
2000 – 2001 Served on NAU task force for yearly
1998 - 2001 Served on five faculty search
1998 - 1999 Served as representative of TEIS on
TESOL Interest Section Council
1999 Participated in NCATE board member training.
1999 Member of BME/ESL search committee, NAU,
1999-2001 Taught several independent studies at
NAU, Yuma Arizona
1999 Appointed to Faculty Concerns Committee, NAU
1999 Created and taught new course--BMR539--ESL
1997 – 2001 Editor of book review column for the
2000-2001 Co-editor of "Monday Morning" column
for the AZ-TESOL Newsletter
1997 - 2000 International TESOL, teacher education
interest section representative to the TESOL council.
1998 - 2001 AZ-TESOL board member in Charge of Hospitality
1997 - 1998 AZ-TESOL board member in charge of outreach
to Croatia project
1996 Panel presenter at the Association of International
Educators (NAFSA) Professional development workshop.
1996 - 1998 Coordinated CESL writing conference.
1996 - 1997 Assistant editor for TESOL Teacher Education
Interest Section (TEIS) Newsletter.
1997 - 1998 Co-editor for TEIS Newsletter.
1996 Wrote exercises for new CESL film course.
1996 Developed and taught a CESL adjunct course
in American History.
1996 Worked with two Ph.D. candidates whose theses
were based on the CESL adjunct course.
1996 - 1997 Participant in CESL project to "Adopt
1996 Panel presenter at CESL round table discussion.
1995 Mentor in the Graduate English Language and
1994 - 1995 Directed several graduate students in
independent courses of study.
1994 Panel presenter at CESL round table discussion.
1994 - 1996 Elected member of CESL council, The
University of Arizona.
1994 Chair of speaker liaison committee, Rocky Mountain
Regional TESOL conference.
1994 Developed and taught new course for the English
Language and Linguistics masters program: English 5960, Teaching ESOL through
Content Based Instruction.
1994 - 1997 Methods editor, The AZ-TESOL Newsletter.
1993 Panel presenter at CESL round table discussion.
1993 Developed and taught new course for the English
Language and Linguistics masters program: English 596, Teaching ESOL through
1989 - 1998 Member of curriculum, evaluation, intercultural,
bazaar, and final ceremony committees, CESL, The University of Arizona.
1980 Founding Member of E.T.A.I. (English Teachers
of Israel Association).
1986 Coordinator of E.T.A.I. (English Teachers Association
of Israel) summer conference.
International TESOL, Arizona TESOL, America’s Registry of Outstanding
Fluency in English, Swedish, Hebrew; some residues of
German, Polish, and French.