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Keith Folse

University of Central Florida
Professor of TESOL
Florida, USA
Dr. Keith Folse is Professor of TESOL at the University of Central Florida where he teaches in several programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. He has taught English for 40 years in the US, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Japan, and Kuwait. He has also taught French in the US and Spanish in Japan. His research areas include best practices in teaching, learning, and remembering new vocabulary. He has published articles in TESOL Quarterly, MexTESOL Journal, TESOL Journal, and other journals. He has written 70 books on a variety of topics for both students and teachers. His most recent teacher book is The Grammar Answer Key (University of Michigan Press) (https://www.press.umich.edu/9848869/the_grammar_answer_key). Dr. Folse has presented at TESOL conferences many times on practical topics involving the teaching of grammar, speaking, vocabulary, and writing.
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