Clarkston English Faculty & Staff Directory

Barbara Jean Hall

Associate Professor of English and ESL (English as a Second Language)



Course Offerings


  • ENGL 1101 English Composition I

  • ENGL 1101E English Composition I (for International Students)

  • ENGL 1102 English Composition II

  • ENGL 2110 World Literature (Study Abroad in Spain)

  • ENGL 2130 American Literature


  • ENSL 0071 Applied Grammar I
  • ENSL 0081 Applied Grammar II
  • ENSL 0083 Academic Reading II

  • ENSL 0091 Applied Grammar III

  • ENSL 0093 Academic Reading III
  • Fulbright Scholar in TEFL to Uruguay 2008,  Fulbright Scholar in TEFL to Costa Rica 2015, Fulbright Campus Representative

  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Chi Pi Chapter adviser

  • Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant recipient with English faculty 2014 - 2016 for creation of Successful College Composition (2016), Freshman composition textbook.

  • NEH Grant 'Bridging Cultures to Form a Nation' 2012-2014 Team Leader

  • AACU 'Bringing Theory to Practice' Grant Recipient - Spring 2013

  • Polishing Cloth Editorial Staff (2003 - Present)

  • Service Learning Fellow 2009-2011 Connect to Success Project

  • Hall, Barbara Jean and Cinthya Olivares Garita. 2015. ''The Impact of Native English Speaker Teaching on Beginning College English Students? Writing: A Case Study at Universidad Nacional, Brunca Extension.'' CONLA (Congreso Internacional de Linguistica Aplicada II) Conference Proceedings, 201-229.

  • Hall, Barbara Jean and Cheryl Benz. 2010. ''Connect to Success: The New Kids on the Block Meet Their College Counterparts.'' Authenticity in the Language Classroom and Beyond: TESOL Classroom Practice Series. Sarah Rilling and Maria-Dantas Whitney, Editors.

  • Hall, Barbara Jean. 2007. ''The Impact of Contrastive Grammar on College ESL Writing.'' ANUPI Conference Proceedings.

  • Hall, Barbara Jean and Stephanie Coffin. 2015. Writing Workshop: A Manual for College ESL Writers, 2nd Edition. August.  Learning Solutions.

  • Hall, Barbara and Pam Healy. 1994. ''From Separation to Integration: Accessing Students' Complementary Resources.'' College ESL.