Mary Jeannot has been training and teaching ESL/EFL since 1983. She came to Gonzaga University in 1992 and founded the MA/TESL program and TESOL Summer Institute in 1998. She has traveled to many countries and enjoys learning new languages and cultures. She is a little crazy and enjoys teaching people from around the world. She likes to read and write, hike in the great outdoors, especially in the Pacific Northwest and tell her husband what to do.
Willett, Jerri and Jeannot, M. (Fall, 1993). Resistance to Taking a Critical Stance. TESOL Quarterly (refereed journal)
Jeannot, M. (Fall, 1993). Inventing Multiculturalism. Language in Action. Washington Academy of Languages Newsletter
Jeannot, M. (1991). Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Hungary. Final Report, Peace Corps, Washington DC
Jeannot, M., Schuman, S, and Graybill, E. (1990). Teaching English to Large Classes: Teacher, Text, Technology Initiative, Cote D'Ivoire. Final Report, University of Massachusetts, Center for
Jeannot, M. (1988). Teaching English as a Second Language in the Federated States of Micronesia. Final Report, Peace Corps, Washington, DC
Jeannot, M. (1989). MATSOL - Conference Report. Oxford University Press. New York, NY
Jeannot, M., et al. (1984). Lesson Plans for Teaching English as a Foreign Language- 6ème, 5ème, and 4ème. USAID, Bangui, CAR. [Collaborative Authorship, EFL Textbook]