B.A. - Linguistics, University of Michigan
M.A. - Southeast Asia Studies, Yale University
Ph.D. - Linguistics, University of Michigan
The Poetics of the Ramakian. DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University Press, l984.
Bofman, Theodora,Jeanine Ntihirageza, and Paul Prez. “Writing a bilingual learner’s dictionary: A case study of Kirundi.” In English Learners’ Dictionaries at the DSNA 2009. Ilan J. Kernerman and Paul Bogaards, eds. Tel Aviv: K Dictionaries Ltd. 2010.
Bofman, Theodora and Paul Prez. “Thai Pop Music: A Specialized Corpus for the Language Classroom.” Center for Advanced Language Proficiency and Research(CALPER) Corpus Community Report #3. August 2009. http://calper.la.psu.edu/downloads/ccr/CCR3_Bofman_Prez.pdf
“Thai Pop Music: Corpus Analysis and Second Language Learning.” In Journal of Southeast Asian Language Teaching. http://www.seasite.niu.edu/jsealt/Volume2008/JSEALT_08_Teddy_Final%20.pdf
Teddy Bofman has a B.A. in Linguistics from the University of Michigan, an M.A. in Southeast Asian Studies from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Michigan. She began her teaching career in 1973 and considers teaching her passion to this day. She has taught in the United States, Thailand, and Israel. Her areas of specialization include ESL, EFL, teacher training, literacy, language acquisition, atypical language development, and Thai. She is also the winner of the Audrey Reynolds Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2012. Most recently, she was awarded the 2017 Betsy Rubin Adult Educator Award.
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