Robert Troyer

Professor, English Studies Department

503-838-9123 | troyerr@wou.edu
BELL 301

Personal Website

At WOU since

09/16/2007

Fun fact

Aside from being a linguist, I'm a PCIA certified rock climbing instructor and I occasionally teach Intro to Rock Climbing classes and weekend lead-climbing workshops for the WOU Health and Wellness Center. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hometown

Amity, Oregon

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
2-5pm1-2pm 1-2pm 
For Zoom Office Hours: email me for the link and passcode

Course schedule

Fall 2022
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
10962 LING315 STRUCT OF ENGLISH I TR 1400-1550 NS 016
10313 LING209 INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE STUDY - HYBRD* CRS
10616 LING410 THEOR FORGN LANG ACQ TR 1000-1150 BELL 107
10313 LING209 INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE STUDY M 1200-1350 BELL 107

Vitae

Areas of responsibility

Professor of Linguistics

Institutional Reveiw Board Member

 

Education

Ph.D. in Linguistics: English as an International Langauge Program, 2007, Chulalongkorn University Bangkok

MAT in Seconday Education, 1999, Western Oregon University, Monmouth

BS in Interdisciplinary Studies, 1994, Western Oregon State College, Monmouth

 

Teaching focus

Recent/Current/Upcoming Courses

Ling 416: TEFL Practicum
Ling 410: Theories of Foreign Language Acquisition

Ling 350: Linguistics in the Digital Age
Ling 315: Structure of English
Ling 314: Language Study for Elementary/Middle Teachrs
Ling 312: Language and Society
Ling 310: Introduction to Linguistics

Ling 214: Linguistics and Education
Ling 209: Intoduction to Langauge Study

Ling 102: Language and Power

Past Courses

ED 607 & 638: Contextualized ELD Instruction
WR 135: College Writing II
WR 115: College Writing I
WR 115: College Writing I for International Students
Ling 136: Academic Discourse for International Students
Eng 104: Introduction to Literature--Fiction
Eng 105: Introduction to Literature--Drama
Eng 106: Introduction to Literature--Poetry

 

Research areas




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