Sunday, September 21, 2008

Meet Dr. Donald Weasenforth from Dallas, Texas

Don Weasenforth is the instructor for ESLW0315.S02, the advanced ESL writing class located in Dallas, Texas. He has taught languages, including French and English, for nearly thirty years and in several US cities--including Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC--and in several parts of the world--including Paris, France and Kirovohrad, Ukraine. He currently teaches at Collin College located in Plano, Texas, which is just northeast of Dallas. While he mostly teaches English as a Second Language, he also teaches one section of English Composition each semester.

Don and his wife, Esther, live in Allen, just north of Plano, with their two daughters, Anna and Kristen, and their dog, Coco. Their son, Erik, is finishing his first year in Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University.

Reading and writing consume much of Don's time. He is currently engaged in reading the Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov and co-authoring a chapter about teaching proofreading/editing skills for a TESOL publication. Inevitably you will find him reading and writing in concert with some piece of classical music, which brings coherence and creative vitality into his life!

Please email me at if you have any questions about the project or you just want to chat!

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