707 S Mathews Ave
Urbana, IL 61801
A teacher of English to speakers of other languages for the last ten years with a special focus on second language writing instruction and materials design and development.
MATESOL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BA, History & Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Awards and Honors
U.S. State Department English Language Fellowship (AY 2014-15) - NUST MISiS (Moscow, Russian Federation)
U.S. State Department English Language Specialist
- ESL 111
- ESL 115
- ESL 500
- ESL 501/515
- ESL 502/592
- ESL 503/593
- ESL 512 (Online)
- ESL 521 (Online)
- ESL 504
Kotnarowski, J. E., & Rosado, C. A. (2020). Picking Teams: A Communicative Decision-Making Game. In U. Nurmukhamedov , & R. Sadler (Eds.), New Ways in Teaching with Games (pp. 5-7). TESOL Press.
Rosado, C. A., & Kotnarowski, J. E. (2020). Teaching Questions and Descriptions With “International Guess Who?”. In U. Nurmukhamedov, & R. Sadler (Eds.), New Ways in Teaching with Games (pp. 93-94). TESOL Press.
Kotnarowski, J. E. (2019). Rhetorical analysis. In R. Sadler, J. K. Pennell, & J. Kotnarowski (Eds.), Academic Writing for English Language Learners eText at Illinois.
Yan, X., Kim, H. R., & Kotnarowski, J. E. (Accepted/In press). The development of a profile-based writing scale: How collaboration with teachers enhanced assessment practice in a post-admission ESL writing program in the USA. In B. Lanteigne, C. Coombe, & J. D. Brown (Eds.), Issues in Language Testing Around the World: Insights for Language Test Users Springer.