Kenneth Kelch

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Kenneth Kelch |
Director, Int. Lang. Ed. and CTEL

California School of Education
EdD in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
kkelch@alliant.edu
Professional Interests
TESOL teacher education, curriculum development, research design and qualitative research
Bio

Dr. Ken Kelch is professor and system-wide director of TESOL at Alliant International University. He received his doctorate in TESOL from Alliant and his master's degree from the University of Hawaii. He has worked at Alliant for 25 years. He began as an instructor in the university ESL program, and later became its director. He has been a professor in the TESOL program for over 10 years, and became the program director in 2014.

Dr. Kelch has published articles and given presentations on many areas of language teaching and learning. He is the recent co-editor of a textbook on computer assisted language learning. His areas of specialization are curriculum development, research methods, and qualitative research. He takes special pride in supervising his students, in particular guiding his doctoral candidates through the dissertation process. He is fond of traveling and teaching in Asia, which he has done in China, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Korea, and Japan.

Education
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M.A., English as a Second Language (Cum Laude), University of Hawaii, Manoa
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B.A., English (Cum Laude), Cal Poly, Pomona
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EdD, Alliant International University
Dissertation Title: "Articulating Teacher Belief Systems in an Intensive English Program. A Case Study"
Publications
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2008

Kelch, K. & Yang, J.Y. (2008). Integrating the Task-based Approach into Content Curriculum. CATESOL Journal. Winter 2008
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2007

Kelch, K. (2007). "Teaching Speaking, Pronunciation, and Language Functions." In Uludag, A. & Butler-Pascoe, M.E. (Eds.) English Interactive Online, Cisco Learning Institute.
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2007

Alidou, H. & Kelch, K. (2007) "Reading and Vocabulary Skills in the L2 Classroom." In Uludag, A. & Butler-Pascoe, M.E. (Eds.) English Interactive Online, Cisco Learning Institute.
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2003

Kelch, K. & Santana-Williamson, E. (2003) "ESL Students' Attitudes Toward NS/NNS Accents." CATESOL Journal. Spring 2003
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1985

Kelch, K. (1985) "Modified input as an aid to comprehension." Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 7: 81 - 90.
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2014

Kelch, K. & Malupa-Kim, M. (2014). "Case Studies in Language Teacher Education," ORTESOL Journal, May 2014.
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2011

Kelch, K. (2011). "Curriculum Development in English Language Teaching: Innovations and Challenges for the Asian Context," International Journal of Organizational Innovation, Vol. 3, Issue 3, Winter 2011.
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2011

Kelch, K. (2011). "Promoting Conference Participation Among Graduate TESOL Students," CATESOL News, Vol. 42, No. 4, Spring 2011.
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2018

Perren, J., Kelch, K., Byun, J-S., Cervantes, S., & Safavi, S. (eds.). (2018). </em>Applications of CALL Theory in ESL and EFL Environments</em>. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
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