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Maryanne Patulski

Maryanne Patulski


Instructor, English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics

mpatulsk@syr.edu

101 Tolley Humanities Building
315.443.5495


    Research and Teaching Interests


    Ms. Patulski  is an instructor of ESOL and has taught all levels of the ENL courses offered in the  department. She has  taught in corporate, intensive English, and adult education programs and  teaches in Syracuse University's graduate school teaching assistant orientation program. Recently she has spent summers in Tczew, Poland teaching English  through  the Ministry of Education, UNESCO and the Kosciuszko Foundation. Her academic interest is in the spoken discourse of international students.



    Courses

    ENL 201-Intermediate English for Non-native speakers

    ENL 201/202

    ENL 203- Speaking and Listening for Non-native Speakers of English

    ENL 207 -Advanced Integrated Skills for Non-native Speakers of English

    ENL 211 -Composition for Non-native Speakers of English

    ENL 213 -Advanced Academic Writing and Research for Non-native Speakers of English

    ENL 610 -Oral Communication in Teaching

    ENL 620 -Advanced Oral Communication in Teaching

    ENL 640- Oral communication for Teaching Assistants           

    Education

    • M.A.,  State University of New York at Albany, New York  
    • B.A.,  Spanish Education, SUNY College at Oswego, New York 

    Courses also taken in programs  through SUC Oswego and University of Arizona at the  University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Universidad Nacional Pedro Henriquez Urena, Dominican Republic,  University of Arizona in Guadalajara, Mexico, Instituto Internacional, Madrid , Spain

    Career

    • Instructor of ESOL, Department of LLL, Syracuse University 
    • Teacher of ESL, Syracuse City Schools, Adult Basic Learning Center

    Other Interests


    Ms. Patulski has served on the executive board and chaired the higher education special interest group of the NYS TESOL organization. She enjoys working with refugees and migrant farm workers in the CNY area. She worked to endow a scholarship at Baldwinsville High School and Le Moyne College in memory of John Noll. She has earned a black belt in karate and is currently studying Polish.