Introducing Our Newest Intern - Marie Mori

Marie Mori is currently pursuing a Masters in Linguistics and TESL at Indiana State University while teaching Japanese to university students. Her interests include the relationship between foreign language learning and psychology, as well as language acquisition and music. At ISU, she has been dedicating herself to establishing a Japanese cultural organization for the students of ISU. Through many events, she hopes it will open doors to the Japanese way of life, its traditions, gastronomy, and history.

Ms. Mori's future goal is to be an English teacher in Japan who fosters students with globalized perspectives while utilizing effective teaching and learning methods she has investigated. She wants to bring her experiences from the United States to change how students learn in Japan.

Marie Mori holds a Bachelors Degree in English Literature and a teaching license in Japan. To expand her knowlege and ability, she decided to come to the United States to study. Her hobbies include photography, world travel, and outdoor activities.

 Marie Mori is from Japan and she is learning to teach English as a Second Language (ESL).

Marie Mori is from Japan and she is learning to teach English as a Second Language (ESL).