Connie K Zucker
Office Hours: By appointment only.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI -- B.A. cum laude
- Teaching Certificate: Spanish, English
Oakland University -- Continuing Teaching Certificate, with Reading in Content Area
Wayne State University -- Masters of Education, 1996
- Major: Foreign Language Education
Wayne State University -- Endorsed, Teaching English as a Second Language -- 2000
Wayne State University -- Ph.D. in Foreign Language Education, 2005
- Cognate minor: Teacher Supervision
Connie Zucker graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in English and Spanish and is endorsed in teaching English as a Second Language. She holds a Ph.D. in Foreign Language Education from Wayne State University. The Michigan World Language Association named her the 2006 Middle School World Language Teacher of the Year. She has taught Spanish for 25 years in Livonia Public Schools, teaches online courses for Kaplan University, and teaches courses in applied linguistics and classroom teaching methods at Wayne State University in Detroit.
- Adjunct Faculty
- Teacher Education
- Bilingual/Bicultural Education
2008 to present: The Effect of Structured Input Activities in the Foreign Language
Classroom in the Acquisition of Grammar Concepts
Area of Expertise
Applying second language acquisition resesarch to the classroom.
Preparing proposal to research the effects of structured input activities and other strategies on grammar acquisition.