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Gayle Johnson, Lecturer

Office:  Minard 316B
Phone:  231-8472

I have been teaching English to non-native speakers at NDSU for several years -- both for the Intensive English Language Program (IELP) and the English department.  I have found this specialty to be an interesting challenge from my previous years of teaching traditional first year composition courses.  Grammar and usage can be interesting and even sometimes fun!  I teach students from nearly every continent each semester.  I enjoy the perspective that they have given to me regarding their cultures, and I am compelled to notice anew the idiosyncrasies of the English language.


I appreciate the one-on-one time that I have with my students during their individual writing conferences with me.  Such writing conferences are invaluable when working with students of diverse backgrounds.


I currently teach English 112 and 122.


I have BA degrees in English and psychology.  I have Masters degrees in both education and English.

Photograph of Gayle Johnson

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