Carolyn Graham – Jazz Chants

April 22nd, 2012 — inAll The Interviews, Teaching Topicsno comments


Carolyn Graham is the creator of numerous English language teaching books, most notably Jazz Chants and Let’s Sing, Let’s Chant, published by Oxford University Press. She wrote the songs for Susan Rivers’ Tiny Talk series of ELT books, also published by OUP. Graham developed the technique of jazz chanting through her experience teaching ESL at New York University. She has also taught at Harvard and at Teacher’s College of Columbia University.

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