Cynthia Myers teaches composition pedagogy and theory, descriptive grammar, linguistics, and first-year composition as well as ESL writing and oral English for international teaching assistants. She mentors English department teaching assistants and helped develop ISU´s cross-cultural composition courses. Her research interests include discourse analysis and English for specific purposes. She regularly teaches EFL in Mexico and in 2003 was a Fulbright Scholar at the Universidad de Concepcion, in Concepcion, Chile.
- Composition Pedagogy
- English as a Second/Foreign Language
- Madden, C. & Myers, C. (Eds.) (1994). Discourse and performance of international teaching assistants. Alexandria, VA: TESOL publications, 1994.
- Vann, R. and Myers, C. (2001). Contacts, collaboration, and disciplinary communities: Academic ESL options at a large research university. In I. Leki, (Ed.) Case Studies in TESOL Practice: Academic Writing Programs. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.
- Madden,C. & Myers, C. (1997). Theory and practice: The EAP context. In F. Meyer, Bolivar, A, Febres, J. and Bonett de Serra, M. (Eds.). English for Specific Purposes in Latin America. Conference Proceedings of the 5th Latin American ESP Colloquium, Universidad de los Andes, Merida, Venezuela.
- Myers, C. (1995). ESL writers in the composition class. In Troika, L. (Ed.) Strategies and Resources for Teaching Writing with The Simon and Schuster Handbook for Writers, 4th ed. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.
- Myers, C. (1994). Question-based discourse in science labs: Issues for ITAs. In C. Madden and C. Myers (eds.) Discourse and performance of international teaching assistants. Alexandria, VA: TESOL publications.
- M.A. English, 1979, Kansas State University.