Natalie Ferguson holds a Master’s Degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. She also received her BA in French and BA in English from Northern Arizona University. Before joining SUSTech, she worked as a Lecturer in Composition in Flagstaff while completing her Master’s. She also lived in Paris, France teaching English to young children, and often returns to France to visit and work at an English summer camp. Her research interests include English as a lingua franca and English for Tourism. Natalie loves to travel, cook new recipes, read, and play with her dogs!
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Arizona Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (AZTESOL)
AZTESOL & GSAAL 2017 Northern Regional Conference
“English for Tourism in France”
Second Language Acquisition and Teaching Interdisciplinary Roundtable
“A Task-based Speaking Pragmatic Assessment for Undergraduate International Students”
Co-presented with Shi Chen and Jocelyn Rarey
California TESOL Los Angeles Regional Conference
“A Task-based Speaking Pragmatic Assessment for Undergraduate International Students”/
with Shi Chen and Jocelyn Rarey
Peaks Interdisciplinary Conference
“Examining Sampling Practices in the Study of Second Language Acquisition”
with Alexander Gerber, advised by Dr. Luke Plonsky.