lalatriste’s Profile

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lalatriste
Title
Professor
Department
English
Office Location
N-503
Work Phone
1-718-260-5208

My Courses

EL022R/D 861 Fall 2019

EL022R/D 861 Fall 2019

This is a reading intensive course focusing on short professionally written genres from various sources including printed media, online news and visual media. Students will be writing blog responses to readings and engage in evaluative processes and global perspectives. Development of academic vocabulary and other reading tools is central to student success.

LNG1100, Spring2019

LNG1100, Spring2019

Language, Culture and Society course examines the relationship between language use and social and cultural structures. It engages issues of language policy, language variation, dialects, and language change, among many other topics.

EL022 /D863 Academic Reading Spring 2019

EL022 /D863 Academic Reading Spring 2019

This is a reading intensive course focusing on short professionally written genres from various sources including printed media, online news and visual media. Students will be writing blog responses to readings and engage in evaluative processes and global perspectives. Development of academic vocabulary and other reading tools is central to student success.

EL021 /D845 English For Academic Purposes

EL021 /D845 English For Academic Purposes

This is a writing intensive course for multilingual, bilingual and generation 1.5 resident writers who are preparing to take COMP 1101. The course focuses on the development of second language writing competence by espousing the process approach to writing. The course includes diverse genres and sources. The reading-writing connection is part of everyday class fabric. Global and local perspectives are examined critically with a particular value placed on the world outside of the USA looking in on the issues faced in this culture as opposed to the rest of the world.

EL 021W Academic Writing, F2016

EL 021W Academic Writing, F2016

This is a course in English for Academic Purposes for non-native English students. It focuses on college writing and general education, as well as the CATW writing proficiency.

My Projects

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

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The Open Road

The Open Road

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Exploratory Committee for English Degree

Exploratory Committee for English Degree

This is a private working group of the English department and its standing committee for exploring new curriculum and degree possibilities. Avatar Image Credit: Okefenokee Swamp (Jill Belli, personal photo)

ENG 1101 Co-Req Professional Development

ENG 1101 Co-Req Professional Development

This project is for faculty participating in professional development for the ENG 1101-CO course at City Tech.

Literary Arts Festival

Literary Arts Festival

Each year, the English Department at New York City College of Technology organizes the Literary Arts Festival. This event highlights the work of students, staff, and faculty, as well as accomplished writers outside of the City Tech community. There is also a writing competition that awards prizes to students in a variety of writing categories, as well as to faculty and staff in their own category.

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