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Liliana Paredes, Faculty

Liliana Paredes
Contact Info:
Office Location:  205 Languages Bldg., Box 90257
Office Phone:  (919) 660-3100
Email Address: send me a message

Teaching (Spring 2016):

  • LINGUIST 390S.01, SP TOPICS IN LINGUISTICS Synopsis
    Perkins 085, TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
    (also cross-listed as ROMST 390S.02)
Education:

Ph.D.University of Southern California1996
M.A.State University of New York at Stony Brook1990
BA in LinguisticsPontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru1989
Specialties:

Spanish
Linguistics and Theories of Pedagogy
Research Interests: Second Language Acquisition, Second Language Instruction, Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Human Rights, Language and Identity

Current projects: " Task-based and vocabulary acquisition, "Language Instructor Exchange Program - Equal exchange of knowledge project"

Current interests: second language acquisition of vocabulary; curricular implications of low, mid and high stakes activities to understand writing in a second language; development of intercultural competence, assessment.

Keywords:

Second language acquisition and pedagogy • Second language assessment

Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. J Munne, L Paredes, EM Peris, NS Quintana and NS Baulenas, Gente: Nivel Intermedio Plus Myspanishlab with Etext Multi Semester -- Access Card Package (May, 2014), Pearson College Division, ISBN 0205989489  [abs]
  2. J Camacho and L Sánchez, The genitive clitic and the genitive construction in Andean Spanish, in Clitics, Pronouns and Movement, edited by JR Black and V Motapanyane (February, 2014), John Benjamins
  3. L Paredes, Todos tienen un acento menos yo, in Mitos de la lengua, edited by MMD Oca and L Navarro (February, 2014), pp. 224-224, Otras Inquisiciones, Pitágoras 736/Colonia del Valle/CP03100/Mexico, DF, ISBN 978-607-457-168-4  [abs]
  4. L Paredes and ML Valdez, Language Contact and Change: Direct Object Leísmo in Andean-Spanish, in Selected Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics, edited by M Westmoreland and JA Thomas (February, 2014), pp. vii+161 pages-vii+161 pages, Cascadilla Proceedings Project, Somerville, MA, USA  [abs]
  5. L Paredes, Enseñar español en México (June, 2011) (Interview for a professional blog: http://eledelengua.com/ldelengua49-ensenar-espanol-en-mexico/.) [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
Selected Invited Talks

  1. Escritura avanzada… trabajo en paneles de expertos, usos de blog y niveles de escritura, 2012/06/13, Universidad de Valencia    
Selected Conference Talks

  1. Beyond word lists and negotiation of meaning: Understanding vocabulary in TBLT., October 05, 2013, Task Based Learning and Teaching 2013 Conference, October 3-5, 2013.    
  2. Más allá de listas de palabras y negociación de significados: enseñanza y adquisición de vocabulario en el contexto del enfoque por tareas., October 10, 2013, UNAM-Mexico City    
  3. Task-based assessment: A look at successful experiences at the elementary and intermediate level Spanish, July 10, 2010    
  4. Lowering the Stakes: Writing to Learn and Learning to Write., November 16, 2012    
  5. En búsqueda de respuestas: prácticas actuales y desarrollos futuros en el entrenamiento del instructor de L2 en el contexto del trabajo por tareas, October 13, 2011, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México    
  6. Development of L2 Discourse in Podcasts., November 20, 2009, ACTFL 2009    
  7. Discurso y negociación de identidad. Grupos amerindios en Carolina del Norte., July, 2009, 53rd International Congress of Americanists, Mexico    
  8. Evaluating the Foreign Language Requirement at Duke University, November 21, 2008, ACTFL 2008    
  9. Task-based assessment in lower and intermediate Spanish classes, November 21, 2008, ACTFL 2008    
Selected Grant Support

  • Duke Immerse Summer Course.      


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