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Karen Haller Beer

Pittsburgh Public Schools / Polyglot Publishing Services LLC
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Karen Haller Beer has spent more than two decades teaching and developing learning materials for major US and international publishers. She holds a master’s degree in Applied Linguistics, and currently splits her time teaching high-school and writing academic materials. Karen has taught learners ranging in age from middle school to adult, working in both English Language Teaching and World Language programs. She has written and developed a variety of ELT programs for learners ranging from preschool through adulthood. Karen lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA with her husband and two children. When not working, she enjoys cooking, walking her dog, yoga, and spending time with family and friends.
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