Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT)
After graduating with her masters in Linguistics and certificate in TESOL from UNT in 2012, Rachel Kraut has gone on to a PhD program in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching at the University of Arizona. She expects to graduate in 2016 with concentrations in L2 psycholinguistics and cognitive science. Through research conducted both at UNT and U of A, Rachel has published in various applied linguistics journals and presented at many conferences around the country. In addition to working on her PhD, Rachel is currently a lecturer at the Center for English as a Second Language at the U of A where she teaches ESL and language teacher training classes including ESL Methodology and Second Language Acquisition Theory. Over the last few years, Rachel has also worked as a consultant for Live Mocha, Rosetta Stone, and various school districts in Arizona.
PhD Student / SLATSA President
- L2 Processes and Cognitive Science
- Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT) The University of Arizona
- Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) The University of Arizona CESL, room 200
- GPSC Treasurer / GIDP Representative
- Graduate and Professional Student Council The University of Arizona Student Union, 3rd floor