Diane Uyeda, M.A.
ESLL Composition Instructor & Honors Linguistics Instructor

Language Arts Division
     (650) 949-7640
     650-949-7695 (Fax)

Foothill campus
Office: 6017
Office Hours:
Fall 2015
Tu/Th 12:00-1:20
F 10:00-10:50
and by appointment

Fall 2015:
ESLL 249.02: Tu/Th 8:00-9:50; F 9:00-9:50 (Room 6503)
ENGL 209.12: Tu/Th 10:00-11:50; F 11:00-11:50 (Room 6306)
ESLL 249.08: Tu/Th 1:30-3:45 (Room 6401)
ESLL 249.09: Tu/Th 4:00-6:15 (Room 6305)

Course information:
ESLL 249 Required Texts:
*Reading Rhetorically, 4th ed. (2014, Bean, Chappell & Gillam)
ISBN: 9780321846624 (New: $45.95)

*Additional materials for download, provided by instructor

ENGL 209 Required Texts:
*The Master Reader, 4th ed. (2014, Henry)
ISBN: 9780321916778 (New: $61.00)
NOTE: We will NOT be using the "MyReadingLab" portion, so you do NOT need to buy an access code.

*College Culture, Student Success (2008, Anderson)
ISBN: 9780321433053 (New: 32.00)

*One or two Large Blue Books (Also called Exam Books; $0.25 - $0.50)

*Additional materials for download, provided by instructor

Diane Uyeda has a BA in Asian Studies from Occidental College, an MA in TESOL from the University of Washington, a certificate in Online Teaching from the University of California, San Diego, and a certificate in Postsecondary Reading and Learning from CSU Fullerton. She has also completed graduate work in Rhetoric and Writing Studies (San Diego State University), Linguistics (UC San Diego), and Humanities/English Literature (Mount St. Mary's College). Diane has also studied French, Spanish, Japanese, Turkish and Portuguese.

Diane has been teaching since 1996 and taught at the University of Washington, San Diego State University, the University of California, San Diego, and MiraCosta College before coming to Foothill in 2004. At Foothill, she has taught ESL, Linguistics, and Reading courses. Diane has also served as a teacher consultant for the San Diego Area Writing Project and a reader for the annual UC Analytical Writing Placement Exam (AWPE).

Personal Quote:
What is written without effort is in general read without pleasure.
~ Samuel Johnson (1709-84)

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