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Name: Lise  S. Winer (IPA: liz uainr)
Institution: McGill University
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State and/or Country: Quebec
Canada   
Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Sociolinguistics
Lexicography
Ling & Literature
Selected Publications: Dictionary of Trinidad & Tobago English/Creole. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (accepted for publication; in preparation)

Varieties of English around the World: Trinidad and Tobago. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing, 369 pp. 1993.

Caribbean Voices: The North York Anthology (Teacher's Guide). North York Board of Education, Toronto, 1990.

Coelho, Elizabeth & Lise Winer. 1991. Jigsaw Plus. Agincourt, Ontario: Pippin Press.

Coelho, Elizabeth, Lise Winer & Judy Winn-Bell Olsen. All Sides of the Issue. San Francisco: Alemany/Janus Press, 1989. (Revised edition, Burlingame, CA: Alta Press, 1999).

Levi's 501 Jeans and Other Stories (ESL reader). New York: Regents 1987.

Five Folk Tales (ESL Reader). New York: Regents 1982; (Japanese ed., Tokyo: Regents Japan, 1982).

Animal Mysteries (ESL Reader). New York: Regents, 1983.

Creole in the Kitchen: Lexical Recipes from Trinidad. Society for Caribbean Linguistics, Popular Paper No. 4, 21 pp. 2004.

Les Anglo-Québécois voient d'un mauvais oeil les fusions municipales. In Roch Côté, ed. QUEBEC 2002: Annuaire politique, social, économique et culturel. Montréal: Editions Fides, 2001, pp. 153-157.

Winer, Lise & Scott Benson. “Stepping stones”: Guided questioning in teaching reading comprehension. College ESL, 1997, 7(1):35-47.

A Lesson in Learning Hawaiian. National Foreign Language Research Center, University of Hawai’i, 1997, http://www.lll.hawaii.edu/nflrc/NetWorks/NW5/ (refereed web-site).

A Lesson in Learning Hawaiian. TESOL Matters, Feb/Mar 1997, 7(1):1,5.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Trinidad and Tobago
Courses Taught: 431-209 First Year Professional Seminar
431-300 Foundations of Second Language Education
431-311 Language Study for Language Teachers
EDSL/431 330 L2 Literacy
431-447 TESL for Elementary Schools
431-458 TESL for Secondary Schools
EDSL 458 Fourth-Year Methods in TESL
EDSL 409 Fourth-Year Professional Seminar
431-617 Language & Literature
EDSL 617 Advanced Methods in L2 Teaching
EDSL-631 Second Language Curriculum Development



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