English as a Second Language Department

Our Paths: Faculty, Students, Alumni

________________________________________________________________ Gwen McIntyre

" … I had a whole new appreciation for the term 'culture shock' … I had put myself in my student's shoes experiencing all of the things in addition to language that they have to learn …"

Gwen McIntyre
at the Great Wall of China

Associate Professor of ESL
Teaching at Atlantic Cape since 1996



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Shirley Shields

"As a child, I frequently served as my mother's 'personal translator' while she was still learning English. "

Shirley Shields
at Machu Picchu in Peru

Associate Professor of ESL
Teaching at Atlantic Cape since 1994

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Susan DePhilippis

"Flying home, I knew I would never become a music teacher as I had been preparing to be. I knew somehow I would teach with nouns and verbs, not notes and instruments … "

Susan DePhilippis
in Tokyo, Japan

Associate Professor of ESL
Teaching at Atlantic Cape since 1999

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Michael Kammer

"… I knew that I had found the career of my dreams: helping fellow world citizens with improving their use of one of the most important world languages, English."

Michael Kammer
in Prague, Czech Republic

Associate Professor of ESL
Teaching at Atlantic Cape since 1997

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