Mr. I. Walton King
Associate Professor of ESOL
M.A. Southern Illinois University, 1991,
English as a Foreign Language
B.A. Wheaton College, 1974,
Culture, Linguistics, and Curriculum in ESOL
Methods, Curriculum, and Assessment in ESOL
Teaching Diverse Populations
Teaching and Professional Experience
2005-Present Clearwater Christian College
2005-Present ESL Instructor, Marion District School, Marion, AR
2010, Spring Presented during a staff-development day to some Junior High teachers of the Marion Junior High School on the implementation
of the SIOP model for ELLS in their classes.
October 15, 2009 Attended the ARKTESOL state convention in Little Rock, Arkansas
1991-2005 Instructor, Director, Center for English as a Second Language, Arkansas State University
1981-1989 Teaching English in Nepal, Field Director for Great Commission
Sunshine State TESOL
"Since English language learners are such a significant group within our schools at present, I strongly hope that my
students will see these individuals as a mission field within our own country and give of themselves sacrificially to reach them.
Our graduates will definitely encounter these students in the schools in which they will teach. Therefore, being equipped with the
love of Christ, the skills they need to effectively teach English language learners, and the knowledge of current pedagogical
principles are essential."
Interests: hiking, traveling, gardening, and reading
727-726-1153 ext. 242