Spring 2022

Section 4992 of ESL373
Advanced Academic Reading and Writing for ESL Students -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Class meetings will take place on Zoom during the day(s)/time(s) listed. In addition to Zoom, students will be expected to complete independent classwork and homework. More details will be provided by the instructor.

Section 6409 of ESL10
ESL College Composition -- : Jan 25 - May 20 2022
Class meetings will take place on Zoom during the day(s)/time(s) listed. In addition to Zoom, students will be expected to complete independent classwork and homework. More details will be provided by the instructor.

Section 6806 of ESL770
Supplemental Instruction: ESL -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
This is FREE online tutoring through the ESL Tutoring and Learning Center. All ESL 781 and credit ESL students will be enrolled in this section during the first weeks of the semester. You will receive an email with more information. You can also register yourself just as you would any other class. Questions? Call the ESL Department at (707) 527-4382.

Fall 2021

Section 0476 of ESL373
Advanced Academic Reading and Writing for ESL Students -- : Aug 16 - Dec 10 2021
Mandatory Zoom meetings will take place for each class session during the days/time(s) listed above. There will be independent work. Your instructor will provide more details.

Section 1403 of ESL10
ESL College Composition -- : Aug 17 - Dec 10 2021
Mandatory Zoom meetings will take place for each class session during the days/time(s) listed above. There will be independent work. Your instructor will provide more details.

Section 3055 of ESL770
Supplemental Instruction: ESL -- : Aug 16 - Dec 10 2021
ALL ESL 781 and credit ESL students should be automatically enrolled in section 3055 to have access to the ESL Tutoring and Learning Center. You can also enroll yourself through your SRJC student portal. If you need help enrolling, call the ESL Department (707) 527-4382.

Wednesday

  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PMOnline

Thursday

  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PMOnline

Ph.D. in English with a concentration in Composition and Applied Linguistics, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Master of Education with a concentration in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Framingham State University

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concordia University

TESOL Certificate

Online Special Expertise Certificate

Teaching English for Specific Purposes Certificate

 

Work and Consulting Experience


Specialist, US Department of State English Language Programs
Teacher Trainer: Prince George’s Community College, English Language Nations Special Project (Uzbekistan), University of the Philippines (Los Baños, Philippines)
Content Developer and Teacher Trainer: TESOL International Association
Adjunct Graduate Faculty: Framingham State University
Testing Consultant: National Foreign Language Institute
Test Development Project Leader: Second Language Testing Inc.
ESL Lecturer: University of California at Irvine, Sookmyung Women’s Universities (Seoul, South Korea) and Sungshin Women's University (Seoul, South Korea), Kyungnam University (Masan, South Korea), Daebul University (Mokpo, South Korea)
Adjunct ESL Instructor: MiraCosta College (San Diego, CA), Montgomery College (Rockville, MD), Savannah Technical College (Hinesvill, GA), Macau Millennium College (Macau, China)

Professional Areas of Interest

I am interested in how languages are used in society and how second languages are taught, learned, and assessed in different sociocultural contexts. My research areas focus on the intersection of transnationality and linguistic identity as well as second language testing/assessment.

Professional Involvement and Community Service

Current memberships
TESOL International Association
American Association for Applied Linguistics
CATESOL (California CATESOL)
Commission on English Language Program Accreditation
Canadian Association of Language Assessment

Presentations and Publications


PUBLICATIONS

Bookman, B., & de Oliveira, L. C. (2021) My transnational experiences shape who I am and what I do: Reflections of a Latina transnational teacher-scholar. In R., Jain, B., Yazan, & S. Canagarajah (Eds.), Transnational identities and practices in English language teaching: Critical inquiries from diverse practitioners (pp. 112-126). Multilingual Matters.

Bookman, B. (2020). The intersection of transnationality and scholarship: Self-positioning and teaching, research, and service practices of three transnational teacher-scholars. International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 11(4), 1-15.

Bookman, B. (2020). Foreign-born Faculty’s Perceptions and Experiences in a Turbulent Sociopolitical Climate. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Higher Education, 5(1), 52-75. doi.org/10.32674/jimphe.v5i1.2726

Bookman, B. (2018). Student-generated podcasts as speaking portfolio. In J. Vorholt (Ed.), New ways in teaching speaking (2nd ed.). TESOL.

Bookman, B. (2018). Analyzing and assessing speaking discourse: One-on-one interview. In J. I. Liontas (Ed.), TESOL encyclopedia of English language teaching. TESOL and Wiley.

Bookman, B. (2016, September). Writing centers: A view from the inside. TESOL Higher Education Interest Section Newsletter.

Bookman, B. (2016). Service-learning in second language teaching. Working Papers in Composition and TESOL, Spring, 1-14, 


PRESENTATIONS

Bookman, B., Greenberg, I. A., Issagholian, N., & Levesque, R. (2020, October 8-11). “So many tools! Simplify and design fully online lessons.” [Panel Presentation]. CATESOL 2020 State Conference, Virtual. https://www.catesol.org/2020_state_conference.php

Bookman, B., & Navarrette García, L. (2020, October 8-11). “Developing and implementing an ESL guided self-placement in an online format” CATESOL 2020 State Conference, Virtual. https://www.catesol.org/2020_state_conference.php

Bookman, B. (2020, March). “Transnationality and scholarship: Lived experiences, positionings, and practices of five transnational TESOL teacher-scholars.” American Association for Applied Linguistics, Denver, CO, USA. (Conference was cancelled due to COVID-19 epidemic).

Bookman, B. (March, 2020). “Exploring challenges and opportunities in a first year Composition genre-based writing course for second language learners.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Milwaukee, WI, USA. (Conference was cancelled due to COVID-19 epidemic).

Bookman, B. (October, 2019). “Transnational TESOL teacher-scholars in a changing sociopolitical climate.” CATESOL Conference, San Jose, CA, USA.

Navarrette García, L. & Bookman, B. (October, 2019). “Are our students ready for hybrid classes? Are we?” CATESOL Conference, San Jose, CA, USA.

Bookman, B., & Navarrette García, L. (August, 2019). “Help! this is not English! How to respond to student writing at lower writing proficiency levels.” Santa Rosa Junior College Professional Development Activity Day, Santa Rosa, CA, USA.

Bookman, B., Pardoe, J., & Navarrette García, L. (February, 2019). “Teaching multilingual students in different disciplines.” Santa Rosa Junior College Professional Development Activity Day, Petaluma, CA, USA.

Bookman, B., Kayi Aydar, H., Langman, J., Lindahl, K., Yazan, B., & Zacharias, M. (March, 2018). “An identity-oriented lens to TESOL teachers' lives: from teacher education to classroom contexts.” [Panel Presentation]. TESOL International Convention, Chicago, USA.

Bookman, B. (September, 2017). “Writing assessment in higher education using the writing workshop model.” International Language Assessment Conference in Egypt (ILACE), Cairo, Egypt.

Bookman, B. (March, 2017). “Non-place identity, linguistic landscape, and citizenship tests.” American Association for Applied Linguistics, Portland, OR.

Bookman, B. (October, 2016). “Alternative assessment of oral proficiency.” IATEFL Testing, Evaluation and Assessment Special Interest Group (TEASIG) Conference in association with ETAS (English Teachers Association, Switzerland), Aigle, Switzerland.

Bookman, B. (April, 2016). “Computer-assisted oral portfolios and assessment.” TESOL International Convention and Expo, The Electronic Village Fair, Baltimore, MD.

Bookman, B. (April, 2015). “Writing good multiple-choice test items”. Conference on Language, Learning, and Culture: Next-Generation Assessment, Fairfax, VA.

Bookman, B. (May, 2014). “Teaching speaking: 5 strategies that work.” Prince George’s Community College Summer Institute, Largo, MD.

Bookman, B. (May, 2014). “Teaching vocabulary: Make it stick!” Prince George’s Community College Summer Institute, Largo, MD.

Bookman, B. (October, 2013). “Developing multiple-choice test items – A hands-on workshop.” WATESOL Fall Convention, Rockville, MD.

Bookman, B. (November, 2012). “Error logs: A practical approach for improving student writing.” MDTESOL Fall Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Bookman, B. (March, 2012). “Podcast: A performance-based assessment.” TESOL International Convention and Expo, The Electronic Village Fair, Philadelphia, PA.

Bookman, B. (December, 2010). “Oral assessment through one-on-one interviews: A practical model.” GETA International Conference, Gwangju, South Korea.

Bookman, B. (October, 2010). “Alternative assessment – Thinking outside the box.” PAC-KOTESOL International Conference, Seoul, South Korea.

Bookman, B. (October, 2010). “Alternative assessment in an EFL context.” Fukuoka JALT ET&R Conference, Fukuoka, Japan.

Bookman, B. (September, 2010). “Computer assisted assessment in EFL classrooms.” KOTESOL Multimedia and CALL SIG Conference, South Korea.

Bookman, B. (March, 2010). “One-on-one interview for oral assessment.” KOTESOL Seoul Chapter Conference, Seoul, South Korea.

 

Honors and Awards

Innovative Researcher in TESOL Award, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2020

Graduate Student Fellowship Award, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2019

Excellence in Teaching Award, Sookmyung Women’s University, 2010