Anna Krulatz

Associate Professor Department of Teacher Education
+47 73412633
Rotvoll Bygg B, Trondheim

Background and activities

#Anna Krulatz is Associate Professor of English at the Faculty of Teacher Education at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. Her research focuses on multilingualism with English, pragmatic development in adult language learners, content based instruction, and language teacher education. She has published papers, teaching tips, and book chapters, including a recent contribution to the volume Critical Views on Teaching and Learning English Around the Globe (with Eivind Nessa Torgersen). She is actively involved with the international TESOL community and in-service professional development for EFL teachers in Norway.

 

Ph.D. Applied Linguistics, University of Utah (Dissertation: “Interlanguage pragmatics in Russian: The speech act of request in email

HONORS AND AWARDS:

  • Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship in Russian (2010)
  • William R. Slager Award, University of Utah (2010)
  • TESOL (2009) – Professional Development Travel Grant for Practicing ESL/EFL Teachers
  • CoTesol (2008 and 2010) Denver, Colorado – Travel Grant Award
  • Co Tesol (2008) Denver, Colorado – Conference Registration Award

GRANTS AND PROJECTS:

  • Erasmus faculty exchange (2015): University of Augsburg, Germany
  • Sør-Trøndelag University College (2015): Increasing teacher awareness about the positive impact of multilingualism on the acquisition of English
  • Utdanningsdirektoratet, et kompetanseløft innenfor det flerkulturelle området Region Midt-Norge (2014): Multilingualism in Trondheim public schools: raising teacher awareness in the English as a Foreign Language classroom
  • University Teaching Assistantship (2010) – Project: Netiquette training workshops for undergraduate students at the University of Utah (declined), $10,000
  • University of Utah TACC Grant for Online Course Development (Spring 2009), $5,000

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Dahl, A., Krulatz, A., Torgersen, E. (forthcoming). The role of English as a foreign language in educating refugees in Norway: A structuration theory analysis. In Shapiro, S., Farrelly, R. & M. J. Curry (Eds.), Educating refugee background students. Multilingual Matters.
  • Krulatz, A. (forthcoming). The development of pragmalinguistic and pragmatic skills. In M. A. Christison (Ed.), TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching: Teaching Speaking and Pronunciation. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley/Blackwell Publishing Co. 
  • Krulatz, A. (forthcoming). HEL for MLL Students: Integrating Approaches from TESOL. In Moore, C. & Palmer, C. (Eds.), Teaching the History of the English Language. MLA Publications.
  • Krulatz, A. & Torgersen, E. (2016). The role of the EFL classroom in maintaining multilingual identities: Issues and considerations in Sør-Trøndelag public schools. In Amanti, K., Álvarez Valencia, J., Keyl, S. & Mackinney, E. (Eds), Critical Views on Teaching and Learning English Around the Globe, 53-68. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

  • Krulatz, A., Steen-Olsen, T., & Torgersen, E. (forthcoming). Towards critical cultural and linguistic awareness in language classrooms in Norway: Developing intercultural citizenship through identity texts. Language Teaching Research.
  • Krulatz, A. (2016). Competent non-native users of English? Requestive behavior of Norwegian EFL teachers. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 15(4), 24-44.
  • Krulatz, A. (2016). Reflective practice in teacher education: Why active learning is not enough. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education 20(2), 8-21.
  • Krulatz, A. & Dahl, A. (2016). Baseline assessment of Norwegian EFL teacher preparedness to work with multilingual students. Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching, 7(2).
  • Krulatz, A., Neokleous, G., Vik Henningsen, F. (2016). Towards an understanding of target language use in the EFL classroom: A report from Norway. International Journal for 21st Century Education, Special Issue: Language Learning & Teaching, 3, 137-152.
  • Krulatz, A. (2016): Promoting Student Success through Active Involvement in Assessment, College Teaching, DOI: 10.1080/87567555.2016.1204979
  • Dahl, A. & Krulatz, A. (2016). Engelsk som tredjespråk: Har lærere kompetanse til å støtte flerspråklighet? Acta Didactica Norge, 10(1), Art. 4.
  • Krulatz, A. (2015). Judgments of politeness in Russian: How non-native requests are perceived by native speakers. Intercultural Communication Studies XXIV(1), 103-122.
  • Krulatz, A. (2014). Integrating pragmatics instruction in a content-based classroom. ORTESOL Journal, 31, 19-25.
  • Krulatz, A. (2014, Spring). Teaching Norwegian to beginners: Six principles to guide lesson planning. Journal of the National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages, 5, 2-14.
  • Krulatz, A. (2014). Electronic requests in native and non-native Russian: Insights into foreign language learners’ sociolinguistic competence. Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching, 5(1), 87-97.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Krulatz, A. & Neokleous, G. (forthcoming). Loop input in English teacher training: Contextualizing (pedagogical) grammar in a communicative way. TEIS News. The Newsletter of the Teacher Education Interest Section. Tesol International Association.
  • Duggan, J. & Krulatz, A. (forthcoming). Extensive Reading: Resources and Strategies for Intermediate and Advanced Learners of Norwegian. Nordic Journal of Modern Language Methodology.
  • Abney, S. & Krulatz, A. (2015). Fostering multilingual competence in the EFL classroom. Nordic Journal of Modern Language Methodology, 3(2), available at http://journal.uia.no/index.php/NJMLM/article/view/145#.VXf2jkaRqVA
  • Krulatz, A., de Souza, V. & Örücü, T. (2014, March). Google Translate: An Evil With ELT Potential? TESOL Connections.
  • Krulatz, A. (2014). Training teachers in the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) model, the SIOP way. The Teacher Trainer Journal, 28 (1), 8-10.
  • Fichman, A. (2009). Netiquette and International Students. Colorado TESOL News, 31 (2), p. 7-8.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  • Dahl, A., Krulatz, A. & Torgersen, E. (2016). Forging a linguistically diverse future: implications for EFL teacher education programs in Norway. In C. Ehland, I. Mindt, & M. Tönnies (Eds.), Anglistentag 2015 Conference Proceedings. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 267-276.
  • Krulatz, A. & Park, K. (2016). Fostering Pragmatic Competence: Strategies for Email Writing, In J. Dobson & M. Savage (Eds.), Tri-TESOL 2015 – Transcending Boundaries and Interweaving Perspectives: Conference Proceedings, 34-46.
  • Krulatz, A. & Dixon, T. (2016). Fostering Pragmatic Competence: Focus on Refusals, In J. Dobson & M. Savage (Eds.), Tri-TESOL 2015 – Transcending Boundaries and Interweaving Perspectives: Conference Proceedings, 47-58.
  • Krulatz, A. (2014). Do Teachers Learn What They Are Taught? The Impact of a Hybrid in-service Teacher Course on the Perceived Role of Content in an EFL Classroom. Proceedings from the 7th International Conference ICT for Language Learning, 413-417.

BOOK REVIEWS:

  • Portolés Falomir, L. (2015). Multilingualism and very young learners. An analysis of pragmatic awareness and language attitudes. Berlin, Boston: The Gruyter Mouton (Linguist List: http://linguistlist.org/issues/27/27-2319.html).
  • Grommes, P. & Adelheid, H. (Eds.) (2014). Plurilingual education. Policies – practices – language development. Hamburg studies on linguistic diversity. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company (Linguist List: http://linguistlist.org/pubs/reviews/get-review.cfm?SubID=35996817).
  • Cabrelli Amaro, J., Flynn, S. & Rothman, J. (Eds.) (2012). Third Language Acquisition in Adulthood. Studies in Bilingualism. John Benjamins Publishing Company (Linguist List: http://linguistlist.org/pubs/reviews/get-review.cfm?SubID=14233237)
  • Barry, A. K. (2002). English Grammar. Language as Human Behavior. (2nd ed.) Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Krulatz, A., Torgersen, E., & Steen-Olsen, T. (2016). Supporting multilingual identities and multi-literacy development through identity texts in the EFL classroom, 10th International Conference on Multilingualism and Third Language Acquisition, University of Vienna, Austria. Presented September 3, 2016.
  • Krulatz, A. & Neokleous, G. (2016). An investigation into Norwegian EFL teachers’ perceptions about target language use, Eurosla 26 Conference, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. Presented August 25, 2016.
  • Krulatz, A. (2016). Expert non-native performance in English: A study of requests. Eurosla 26 Conference, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. Presented August 27, 2016.
  • Krulatz, A. & Duggan, J. (2016). Extensive reading in Norwegian: A diary study of multilingual language learners. 14. nordiske lærerutdanningkonferansen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. Presented May 12, 2016.
  • Dahl, A. & Krulatz, A. (2016). Minority language students in Norwegian schools: Implications for English teacher training. Invited talk: A symposium on English Teacher Education for the 21st century: A Preliminary Needs Analysis.  Nordic Association of English Studies Conference, University of Agder. Presented May 4, 2016.
  • Krulatz, A. & Torgersen, E. (2016). The Role of the EFL Classroom in Maintaining Multilingual Identities. Panel: Critical Perspectives on Teaching and Learning English Around the Globe. TESOL International Convention, Baltimore, USA. Presented Apr. 08, 2016.
  • Krulatz, A. & Duggan, J. (2016). Extensive reading in a foreign language: Empowering intermediate and advanced learners of Norwegian, 47th Annual Northeast Modern Language Association Convention, Hartford, CT, USA, co-presentation with Jennifer Duggan. Presented Mar. 18, 2016.
  • Krulatz, A. & Eldredge, K. (2015). Fostering Pragmatic Competence: Strategies for Email Writing, TriTESOL Conference, Highline Community College in Des Moines, Washington, USA. Presented Oct. 3, 2015.
  • Krulatz, A. & Örücü Dixon, T. (2015). Promoting pragmatic competence: Focus on refusals, TriTESOL Conference, Highline Community College in Des Moines, Washington, USA. Presented Oct. 2, 2015.
  • Dahl, A., Krulatz, A., & Torgersen, E. (2015). Forging a linguistically diverse future: implications for EFL teacher education programs in Norway, English in Multilingual Individuals and Societies, Anglistentag, Section 5: English in multilingual individuals, societies, and schools, University of Paderborn, Germany. Presented Sept. 25, 2016.
  • Dahl, A., Krulatz, A., & Torgersen, E. (2015). The advent of the multilingual English classroom: New directions in teacher education programs in Norway, FLTAL, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Krulatz, A. & Abney, S., (2015). Supporting minority language students’ multicompetence in the EFL classroom through differentiated assessment: From research to pedagogical applications, FLTAL, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Dahl, A. & Krulatz, A. (2015, March). Minority Students In EFL Classrooms In Norway: Do Teachers Feel Prepared?, International Conference on Bilingualism, University of Malta, Malta.
  • Krulatz, A. (2014). Do Teachers Learn What They Are Taught? The Impact of a Hybrid in-service Teacher Course on the Perceived Role of Content in an EFL Classroom, ICT for Language Learning, Florence, Italy.
  • Krulatz, A. (2014). Planning effective foreign language lessons using story books, 26th  International Conference on Foreign / Second Language Acquisition, Szczyrk, Poland.
  • Krulatz, A. (2013). Teaching speech acts in a second language classroom, RMMLA, Vancouver, WA, USA.
  • Krulatz, A. (2013). Teaching linguistics with the SIOP model, South Eastern Conference on Linguistics LXXX, Spartanburg, SC, USA.
  • Krulatz, A. (2011). The American Classroom / panel discussion, University of Utah International Student Orientation, USA.
  • Fichman, A. & Meyers, L. (2010). Expanding L2 Interaction in the Study Abroad Context, CoTesol (2010), Denver, CO.
  • Fichman, A. (2010). Enhancing Student Success through a Respectful Classroom Environment, ITesol, Weber State University, UT, USA.
  • Fichman, A. (2010). Writing? I’m Loving It!, ITesol, Weber State University, UT, USA.
  • Fichman, A. (2010). Prescriptive myths. Beginning a sentence with a coordinating conjunction, poster session, University of Utah Student Conference in Linguistics, USA.
  • Fichman, A. (2010). Integrating Poster Presentations in ESL Writing Classes, TESOL International Convention, Boston, MA, USA.
  • Fichman, A. (2009). Email Requests by ELLs, CoTesol, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Fichman, A. & Tomaš, Z (2009). New Pathways in TESOL Programs: Preservice Teacher Exchange, TESOL International Convention, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Fichman (2008). Integrating Reading, Writing, and Technology, CoTesol, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Fichman (2007). Netiquette for ESL Learners, ITesol (2007), Idaho Falls, ID, and CoTesol, Denver, CO, USA.

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES:

  • Resurser til skole-hjemme samarbeid. Støren Ungdomsskole, Støren, Norway (2015, March).
  • Utvikling av vokabular kompetanse – støtte av flerspråklige barn. Støren Ungdomsskole, Støren, Norway (2015, February).
  • Flerspråklighet: mulighet eller problem? Fylkesmannen i Sør-Trøndelag / Kompetanse for mangfold seminar, Trondheim, Norway (2014, December) og Oppdal Ungdomskole, Norway (2015, February).
  • The culture shock, University of Utah International Student Orientation (Fall 2011) and the School of Humanities Adviser Meeting (2012)
  • English Language Institute, University of Utah (Summer 2007) – Netiquette for ESL Learners / a session for students

INVITED TALKS

  • Dahl, A., Krulatz, A. & Torgersen, E. (2016). Working with minority language/multilingual students in the English as a Foreign Language classroom. Invited seminar. Steinkjer Vidregående Skole.
  • Torgersen, E. & Krulatz, A. (2014, May). Multilingualism in Trondheim public schools: Raising teacher awareness in the English as a Foreign Language classroom. Invited lecture, University of Oslo, Center for Multilingualism in Society Across the Lifespan, Oslo, Norway.
  • Krulatz, A. & Torgersen, E. (2014, May). Multilingual education trends and practices in Sør-Trøndelag public schools: An exploratory study. Invited lecture. University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, Spain.
  • Krulatz, A. (2013). Speech acts in the second language classroom. Making a case for explicit instruction, Invited lecture, L2TReC Monthly Lecture Series (Second Language Teaching and Research Center), University of Utah.
  • Krulatz, A. (2012). Writing instruction and evaluation that makes sense, Dept. of Linguistics TA Seminar, University of Utah.
  • Krulatz, A. (2008, 2009, 2010). Issues in Evaluating Writing, Campus-wide TA Orientation, University of Utah

ASSOCIATIONS:

  • TESOL, Member 2009, 2010, 2016
  • International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies, Member 2015
  • Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (RMMLA), Member 2013
  • South Eastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL), Member 2013
  • Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Member 2009
  • Colorado Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (CoTESOL), Member 2007
  • Intermountain Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ITESOL), Member 2007

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications

Part of book/report

  • Krulatz, Anna; Torgersen, Eivind Nessa. (2017) Lingvistiske og sosiale fordeler av flerspråklighet - Fra forskning til pedagogisk praksis innenfor engelskfaget. Mangfold gjennom anerkjennelse og inkludering i skolen.
  • Dahl, Anne; Krulatz, Anna; Torgersen, Eivind Nessa. (2016) Forging a Linguistically Diverse Future: Implications for EFL Teacher Education Programmes in Norway. Anglistentag 2015 Paderborn.
  • Krulatz, Anna Maria; Dixon, Tülay. (2016) Promoting Pragmatic Competence: Focus on Refusals. Tri-TESOL 2015 – Transcending Boundaries and Interweaving Perspectives: Conference Proceedings.
  • Krulatz, Anna Maria; Park, Koeun. (2016) Fostering Pragmatic Competence: Strategies and Materials for Email Writing. Tri-TESOL 2015 – Transcending Boundaries and Interweaving Perspectives: Conference Proceedings.
  • Krulatz, Anna Maria; Torgersen, Eivind Nessa. (2016) The Role of the EFL Classroom in Maintaining Multilingual Identities - Issues and Considerations in Sør-Trøndelag Public Schools. Critical Views on Teaching and Learning English Around the Globe Qualitative Research Approaches.
  • Krulatz, Anna. (2014) Do Teachers Learn What They Are Taught? The Impact of a Hybrid in-service Teacher Course on the Perceived Role of Content in an EFL Classroom. Conference Proceedings. ICT for Language Learning. 7th Conference Edition..