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Ann Snow

30@30 Bio

Marguerite Ann Snow, Ph.D. is Professor and Department Chair at California State University, Los Angeles where she teaches in the TESOL M.A. program. She is co-author/co-editor of 11 books, including her most recent book, The Content-Based Classroom: New Perspectives on Integrating Language and Content with Donna Brinton and Teaching English as Second or Foreign Language (4th ed.) (2014) with Marianne Celce-Murcia and Donna Brinton. She served as consultant for Q: Skills for Success (Oxford University Press), an ESL/EFL textbook series. At Cal State LA, Dr. Snow received the President’s Distinguished Professor Award. She is a two-time Fulbright scholar: Hong Kong (1985) and Cyprus (2009). In addition to working closely with public school teachers in the U.S., she has made over 50 trips to teach or consult in international settings.

Read about Dr. Snow’s work in Tanzania in the featured story Two 30@30 Specialists Make an Impact in Tanzania and Togo.

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