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					                                        CURRICULUM VITAE
                                         Diane Strong-Krause
                                 Linguistics and English Language Department
                                           Brigham Young University
                                         diane_strong-krause@byu.edu
                                            (Revised October 2009)

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Instructional Psychology and Technology (Emphasis: Measurement and Research), April 2001, Brigham
       Young University
       Dissertation: “English as a Second Language Speaking Ability: A Study in Domain Theory Development”

M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL), December 1976, Brigham Young University

B.A. in Spanish Teaching with a TESL minor (summa cum laude), April 1975, Brigham Young University

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

May 2007-Present         Associate Chair, Department of Linguistics and English Language
Aug 2005-Present         Associate Teaching Professor, Linguistics and English Language
Fall 1988                Received Continuing Faculty Status
Aug 1984-Aug 2005        Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics (Renamed Assistant Teaching Professor in 2001),
                         Brigham Young University
Aug 1981-Aug 1986        Level Supervisor, English Language Center, Brigham Young University
Aug 1979-Aug 1984        Lecturer in Linguistics, Brigham Young University
Aug 1979-Aug 1980        Director, Intensive English Program, Brigham Young University
Jan 1979-Aug 1979        ESL Instructor, Intensive English Program, Brigham Young University
Aug 1977-Dec 1978        ESL and Bilingual Education Teacher, Salt Lake City School District
Jan 1977-Apr 1977        ESL Instructor, Intensive English Program, Brigham Young University
Sept 1975-Dec 1976       Graduate Instructor, Intensive English Program, Brigham Young University
Sept 1975-Dec 1976       Graduate Instructor, ESL Service Courses, Brigham Young University


SERVICE AND COMMITTEES

UNIVERSITY

2008-Pres       Member, Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects (IRB)
2006-Pres       Member, University Writing Committee
2005-2006       Member, University Accreditation Committee, Standard 4—Faculty
2003-2006       Member, University Faculty Academic Internship Committee
2003-2005       Member, University Traffic and Parking Committee
2002-2005       Member, University Faculty Advisory Committee
2002-2004       Chair, Professional Faculty Issues Committee of the Faculty Women’s Association
2001-2002       Member, Professional Faculty Issues Committee of the Faculty Women’s Association
1998-2004       Member, University International Coordinating Committee

COLLEGE

2008-2009       Member, Language Acquisition and Teaching MA Redesign Committee (LATMAR)
2007-2008       Member, College Website Development Committee
1987            Member, Committee to Examine the Program and Activities (English, ESL, and Humanities) of the
                College of Education for State and NCATE accreditation
1983-1987       Member, College of Humanities Learning Resource Center Committee
1980-1987       Member, College of Humanities Foreign Language Education Committee
DEPARTMENT

Committees

2008-Pres       Area Coordinator, TESOL minor
2003-2008       Chair, GE ESL Writing Course for International Students
2002-2008       Member, TESOL minor Curriculum Committee
2002-2008       Member, TESOL MA Curriculum Committee
2002-2008       Member, TESOL Graduate Certificate Curriculum Committee
2001-2008       Member, TESOL MA Admissions and Financial Aid Committee
2001-2008       Member, TESOL Certificate Admissions and Financial Aid Committee
2001-2002       Chair, Department of Linguistics TESOL minor Curriculum Committee
2001-2002       Chair, Department of Linguistics GE Writing Course Feasibility Committee
1992-1996       Member, Department of Linguistics Research Committee
1992-1996       Member, Department of Linguistics Curriculum Committee
1988-2008       Chair, ESL Service Course Curriculum Committee
1982-1983       Member, Linguistics Department Testing Committee

Other Assignments

2005-2008       Associate Coordinator, ELC, Testing and Research
1999-2008       Coordinator, Linguistics and TESOL Academic Internships
8/97-12/97      Acting Academic Director, English Language Center
1992-2009       Advisor, TESOL Society (Student Organization)
1988-Pres       Coordinator, ESL Testing
1983-2008       Coordinator, ESL Service Courses
1981-1986       Materials Development Coordinator, English Language Center
1979-1981       Advisor, TESL Society (Student Organization)


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND OFFICES

TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages)
       2001-2002                          Co-Leader of Volunteers
       1973-Present                       Member

I-TESOL (Intermountain Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Language)
       1989-1990                          Past President
       1988-1989                          President
       1987-1988                          Vice-president/Program Chair
       1984-1987                          Secretary
       1981-1984                          Secretary/Treasurer
       1980-1981                          Member-at-Large
       1973-Present                       Member

DLLS (Deseret Language and Linguistic Society)
       2005-2006                         Past President
       2004-2005                         President
       2001-2004                         Vice-president/Program Chair
       1992-2001                         Secretary/Treasurer
       1988-1989                         Past President
       1987-1988                         President
       1986-1987                         Vice-president/Program Chair
       1981-1986                         Secretary/Treasurer
       1981-                             Member


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ILTA (International Language Testing Association)
        1999-Present                      Member
UFLA (Utah Foreign Language Association)
        1981-1982                         Executive Committee Member

HONORS

2002      Outstanding Teacher Award, Faculty Women’s Association, Brigham Young University
1975      Initiated into Phi Kappa Phi


COURSES TAUGHT

ESL

Intensive English Courses in Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Grammar
Academic English Courses in Reading (ESL 303), Writing (ESL 304 and ESL 404), and Pronunciation (ESL 302)

TESOL

Methods and Materials in TESOL                       Ling 477 (later renamed Ling 577); Ling 471
Language Testing                                     Ling 660; Ling 460; Ling 461
TESOL Academic Internship                            Ling 496R
Teaching Grammar                                     Ling 531
Teaching Culture                                     Ling 555

LINGUISTICS

Introduction to the English Language                 Ling 230; Elang 223

English                                              Eng 325 (Independent Study)

MA THESES/PROJECTS

CHAIR

2007      Heather Torrie, “A Web-Based Tool for Oral Practice and Assessment of Grammatical Structures”

2007      Laura Kathleen Steeby Robins, “An Evaluation of Brigham Young University’s Local TESOL Internship
          Program”

2006      Robb Mark McCollum, “Validating the Rating Process of an English as a Second Language Writing
          Portfolio Exam”

2005      Tammy Burton Lamm, “Curriculum Development of Elang 105: A GE first-year Academic Literacy Course
          for International Students”

2005      Hyesun Lee, “A Validation Study on the English Listening Level Achievement Tests at the English
          Language Center of Brigham Young University”

2005      Heather M. Porter, “Oral Proficiency Rater Training: Training Template”

2004      Jia Tai, “Validity of English Speaking Level Achievement Tests at the English Language Center of Brigham
          Young University”



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2004   Jennifer A. Sperry, “Perceived vs Actual Performance on a Practice TOEFL Exam: Implications for Self-
       Assessment in language Learning”
2004   Jeong Ran Ryu, “The Impact of Program-Level Final Exams at the Brigham Young University English
       Language Center”

2003   Michelle M. Wright, “Lessons Learned Through Reflective Journals While Implementing a Parent-Training
       Course for Family Literacy” (Co-chaired with Dee Gardner)
2003   Amie N. Casper, “TESOL Volunteers and Service Learning: Reflection, Discovery, Vision”

2002   Kari Ellingson Vidal, “English Certification Test: A Validation Study Through Test-Taker Feedback”

READER
2008   Sarah Camille Bakker, “BYU Students’ Beliefs about Language Learning and Communicative Language
       Teaching Activities”
2007   Jared A. Lees, “Differential Item Functioning Analysis of the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument”

2007   Victoria Baird, “An Exploratory Study into the Construct Validity of a Reading Comprehension Test in
       Russian: Triangulation of Data Sources”

2007   Melissa McCardell Landon, “The Effects of Cued Pronunciation Readings on ESL Learners’ Pausing,
       Stress, Pitch, and Perceived Comprehensibility”

2007   Leslie R. Bachelder, “Computer-Adaptive Control Feature (Remediation) on Achievement in Foreign
       Language Learning”

2006   Ronald P. Millett, “Automatic Holistic Scoring of ESL Essays Using Linguistic Maturity Attributes”
2004   Cindy Wheeler, “Intra-Speaker Kinematic Differences in Bilingual Spanish-English and Korean-English
       Young Adults”

2004   Kevin J. Zimmerman, “The Role of Vocabulary Size in Assessing Second Language Proficiency”
2003   Mandy G. Atwood, “Russian Verbs : Upper-Division Second Language Learners' Errors in Prefix, Stem,
       and Aspect”

2003   Alice L. Feathers, “Do Nonnatives Really Understand American English?: The results of Testing Their
       Suprasegmental Comprehension”

2001   Lorena M. Humpherys, “Student Learning Styles and Explicit Language Strategy Instruction : Improving
       Student Attitudes and Determining Correlation”

2001   Shane Y. Dixon, “A Sociolinguistic Survey of ESL Students at Brigham Young University”

2001   Stephanie Wallace Olsen, “Implementing a Context-Based Teaching Curriculum for French Learners at the
       MTC”

HONORS THESES

2007   Nicholas E. David, “A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Writing Ability of International ESL
       Students Enrolled in Elang 105, A First-Year Writing Course for ESL Students”




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PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

INTERNATIONAL

D. Strong-Krause. Benefits to Tutors Working with the Language Companion Course. Presented at the e-Learning
Forum Asia, Hong Kong, May 11, 2009.

D. Strong-Krause. Flexibility in Automated Scoring of Low-Level ESL Essays, Poster session at the Language
Testing and Research Colloquium (LTRC), Hangzhou, China, June 2008.

L. Henrichsen, D. Strong-Krause, and T. Rogers. Challenges and Benefits of International TESOL Internships.
Presented at the International TESOL Conference, Seattle, Washington, March 21, 2007.

D. Strong-Krause and Troy Cox. Challenges of Implementing Intensive English Program (IEP) Achievement
Exams. Presented at the International TESOL Conference, Tampa, Florida, March 15, 2006.

D. Strong-Krause. Measuring English Writing Achievement Across Proficiency levels using Portfolios. Work in
Progress presented at the 26th Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium. Temecula, CA, March 24-28, 2004.

D. Lonsdale and D. Strong-Krause. Automated Rating of ESL Essays. Paper presented at a Workshop on Building
Educational Applications with Natural Language Processing, HLT/NAACL, Edmonton, Canada, May 2003.

D. Strong-Krause. Toward a Domain Theory in English as a Second Language. Paper presented at IOMW XI
(International Objective Measurement Workshop) as part of the Symposium "Building Domain Theories of
Learning and Growth over Repeated Cycles: Some Conceptual and Technical Issues, C. Victor Bunderson,
organizer. New Orleans, LA, April 6-7, 2002.

D. Strong-Krause and D. Lonsdale. Automated Rating of ESL Student Essays. Paper presented at the International
TESOL Conference, SLC, UT, April 9-13, 2002.

D. Strong-Krause. Demonstration of Three Computerized English Certification Tests Developed for Novice to
Intermediate Level Examinees. Poster session at the 24th Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium, Hong
Kong, Dec 12-15, 2002.

D. Strong-Krause. A tree-based modeling approach to construct validation of a computer-delivered speaking test.
Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium, St. Louis, Missouri, February 20-24,
2001.

D. Strong-Krause. Evaluation of an adaptive ESL placement exam. Demonstration presented at the International
TESOL Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 15, 2000.

D. Strong-Krause. Software demonstration for creating computer-delivered/human-rated speaking exams. Poster
session presented at the 22nd Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium, Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada, March 10, 2000.

D. Strong-Krause. How Effective is Self-assessment for ESL Placement? Paper presented at the International
TESOL Conference, Orlando, FL, March 11-15, 1997.

D. Strong-Krause and T. Cox. Using Computer-adaptive Exams for Placement into ESOL Programs.
Demonstration presented at the International TESOL Conference, Orlando, FL, March 11-15, 1997.

D. Strong-Krause, C. R. Graham, M.L. Scott, and T. Hall. Better Designs for Adaptive Placement Test in Intensive
Programs. Presentation given at the International TESOL Conference, Long Beach, CA, March 28-April 1, 1995.




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J. C. Alderson, Gary Buck, C. Ray Graham Thom Hudson, Donna Ilyin, Tim McNamara, Dan Robertson, Jacqueline
Ross, D. Strong-Krause, and Deanna Wormuth. "Do Your Batteries Need Recharging?" TESOL Pre-conference
Workshop, Vancouver, BC, March 3, 1993.

H. S. Madsen and D. Strong-Krause. Development of a Multiple-Modality ESL Computerized Adaptive Test.
Paper presented at the 9th Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium, Hollywood, Florida, April 28, 1987.

M. J. Akagi, V. Woodbury, and D. Strong-Krause. Versatext: An ESL Program Using Multimedia CD-ROM.
Demonstration presented at the International TESOL Conference. Miami Beach, Florida, April 21-25, 1987.

D. Strong-Krause and O.L. Richardson. The Problem of Intersubject Continuity: A Textbook Project for an
Intensive English Program. Demonstration presented at the International TESOL Conference, Houston, Texas,
March 6-11, 1984.


NATIONAL

D. Strong-Krause. Developing Theory-anchored, Sample and Task-set Invariant Measurement Scales in Spoken
English as a Second Language. Paper read as part of a Division D symposium, "Foundations of Design
experiments: science philosophy, measurement, and validation methodology" (C. V. Bunderson, Chair) at the Annual
meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 24-28, 2000.

D. Strong-Krause. ESL Students Learn to Write with a Word Processor. Paper presented at the CALICO
Symposium, Baltimore, Maryland, February 1, 1985.


REGIONAL

D. Strong-Krause. Getting Useful Information from Language Assessments: Examples from an English Language
Program. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain TESOL Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 14-15, 2005.

D. Strong-Krause. Describing Language Test Task Characteristics. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Southern
California Association for Language Assessment Research, Pasadena, CA, May 11-12, 2001.

D. Strong-Krause. Can Self-Assessment Aid in the Placement of ESL Students? Paper presented at the Rocky
Mountain TESOL Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 6-8, 1997.

M.L. Scott and D. Strong-Krause. Language Test Specifications: What, Why, and How. Paper presented at the
Rocky Mountain Regional Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 28-30, 1993.

D. Strong-Krause. CALL--Computer Assisted Language Learning. Invited panel member at the Fourth Rocky
Mountain Regional Convention, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 16-18, 1986.

D. Strong-Krause. Program, Teacher, and Administrator Evaluation in some Post-Secondary ESOL Programs in
the Rocky Mountain Region. Invited panel member at the First Rocky Mountain TESOL Convention, Denver,
Colorado, November 19-20, 1982.

N. J. Anderson and D. Strong-Krause. Rapid Reading in the ESL Classroom. Paper presented at the First Rocky
Mountain TESOL Regional Convention, Denver, Colorado, November 19-20, 1982.


LOCAL

D Strong-Krause and Amy Barlow. Online Tutoring: Benefits to both Students and Tutors. Presented at the
Intermountain TESOL Conference, Provo, Utah, October 2009.


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N. Evans, J. Hartshorn, and Diane Strong-Krause. Error Correction in ESL Writing: Method, Context and
Motivation Matter. Presented at the Intermountain TESOL Conference, St. George, Utah, October 2008.

D. Strong-Krause. Creating More Effective Scoring Rubrics. Presented at the Intermountain TESOL Conference,
Twin Falls, Idaho, October 19-20, 2007.

L. Henrichsen, D. Strong-Krause, and T. Rogers. Challenges and Benefits of International TESOL Internships.
Presented at the Intermountain TESOL Conference, Ogden, Utah, October 28, 2006.

D. Strong-Krause and Troy Cox. Challenges of Implementing Intensive English Program (IEP) Achievement
Exams. Presented at the Deseret Language and Linguistics Symposium, Provo, Utah, March 9, 2006.

D. Strong-Krause. Assessing Progress in Language Learning. Presentation at the Intermountain TESOL
Conference, Provo, UT, October 23, 2004.

L. Henrichsen,, D. Strong-Krause, M. Farnsworth, and H. Wiggins. Professionalizing TESOL Volunteerism,
Service Learning, and Internships. Demonstration presented at the Intermountain TESOL Conference, Salt Lake
City, UT, October 11, 2003.

D. Strong-Krause. Making Language Assessments more Useful. Presentation at the Intermountain TESOL
Conference, College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls, ID, Oct 25-26, 2002.

D. Strong-Krause. Linking Teaching and Research in Higher Education. Invited presentation at the Intermountain
TESOL Conference, Ephraim, UT, March 31-April 1, 2001.

D. Strong-Krause. Demonstration of a Computer-delivered Speaking Exam. Demonstration presented at the
Intermountain TESOL Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, September 23, 2000.

D. Strong-Krause. How Are the Scores on Speaking and Writing Tests Affected by the Rater and the Task? Using
a Multifaceted Rasch Approach to Determine Inter/Intra Rater Reliability and Task Difficulty. Paper presented at the
Deseret Language and Linguistics Symposium, Provo, Utah, April 2-3, 1998.

D. Strong-Krause and T. Cox. Computerized Adaptive Placement Testing: A Demonstration. Demonstration at the
Intermountain TESOL Conference, October 5, 1996, Ogden, Utah.

D. Strong-Krause, and N. Murray. Computer Adaptive Testing in Higher Education. Invited presentation at the
Intermountain TESOL Conference, Orem, Utah, April 2-3, 1987.

D. Strong-Krause and B. Ferrell. A School Newspaper: Experiences of Two ESL Teachers. Demonstration
presented at the Intermountain TESOL Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 8-9, 1983.

D. Strong-Krause. Back to the Basics of TESL. Paper presented at the Intermountain TESOL Conference, Orem,
Utah, April 10-11, 1981.

D. Strong-Krause. Practicing Listening Comprehension. Paper presented at the Intermountain TESOL Conference,
Provo, Utah, April 7, 1979.




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PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES

D. Strong-Krause. (2009). Toward a Domain Theory of English as a Second Language. Journal of A;;lied
Measurement, 10, 42-51.

L. Henrichsen, D. Strong-Krause, M. Farnsworth, and L. Steeby. (2008). The Value of Internationalizing TESOL
Internships. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 12, 194-198.

BOOK REVIEW

D. Strong-Krause. (2005). Current Trends and Future Directions in Computer-Based Testing. Language
        Assessment Quarterly, 2, 165-168.

CHAPTER

D. Strong-Krause. (2000). Exploring the effectiveness of self-assessment strategies in ESL placement. In G.
        Ekbatani & H. Pierson (Eds.), Learner-directed assessment in ESL (pp. 49-73). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence
        Erlbaum.

PROCEEDINGS

D. Lonsdale and D. Strong-Krause. (2003). Automated Rating of ESL Essays. Proceedings of the Workshop on
        Building Educational Applications with Natural Language Processing, Joint Conference on Human
        Language Technologies/North American Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT/NAACL-03)
        Edmonton, Canada. May 2003. (pp. 61-67). Edmonton, Canada: ACL.

D. Strong-Krause (ed.). (1987). Deseret Language and Linguistic Society: Selected Papers from the Proceedings
        of the Thirteenth Annual Symposium. Provo, Utah: BYU College of Humanities.

PUBLISHED TESTS

D. Strong-Krause, J. Larson, and K. Smith. (1999). ESL-CAPE. (English-as-a-Second-Language Computer
        Adaptive Placement Exam). Windows version. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, Humanities
        Research Center. [Includes CD-ROM and documentation.]

TEST REVIEWS

D. Strong-Krause, Combined English Language Skills Assessment in a Reading Context (CELSA). In. S. Stoynoff
        & C.A. Chapelle (Eds.), ESOL tests and testing (pp. 57-58). Alexandria, VA: Teachers of English to
        Speakers of Other Languages.

WORKING PAPERS/NEWSLETTERS

H. S. Madsen and D. Strong-Krause. (1987) "An Operational ESL/EFL Computerized Adaptive Test," Language
        Testing Update (Britain) 4, 6-7.

D. Strong-Krause. (1981). "The Acquisition of Grammatical Morphemes by Users of American Sign Language
        Learning English, DLLS Proceedings, Provo, UT: BYU College of Humanities.

D. Strong-Krause. (1980). "Practicing Listening Comprehension: Resources and Techniques, "ITESOL Papers 1,
        53-58.


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D. Strong-Krause. (1978). "Using Drama as a Step Towards Communicative Competence," BYU Occasional
        Papers in ESL, 1, 29-40.




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