Spanish & Portuguese
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Oxford, OH 45056
513 529 4503


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Associate Professor
Areas of Specialization: 

Spanish second language acquisition; foreign language pedagogy; psycholinguistics; bilingualism


Ph.D., University of Kansas, Linguistics (2006)

M.A., University of Kansas, Linguistics (2003)

M.A., University of Santiago de Compostela, English Linguistics (1999)

Teacher Certification, University of Santiago de Compostela (1999)

Licenciatura in English, University of Santiago de Compostela (1997)


R-G. E. & Castañeda, M.W. (submitted). "The Effects and Perceptions of Trained Peer Feedback in L2 Speaking: Impact on Revision and Speaking Quality."

R.-G. E. (forthcoming; end of 2012). "The Effects of Peer Feedback Practices in Spanish Second Language Writing." To appear in Mueller Gathercole, V. (Ed.). "Bilinguals and Assessment: State of the Art. Guide to Issues and Solutions from Around the World." Multilingual Matters. Bristol: UK.

R-G, E. & Parafita-Couto, M.C. (2012).“Calling for Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Spanglish and its Linguistic Manifestations” Hispania 95.3, 460-479.

R-G, E. (2012). “Neighborhood Density Effects in the Processing of Spanish Preterite.” Journal of Spanish Psychology, 15.1, 35-47.

Castañeda, M. E. & R-G, E.(2011)."L2 Speaking Self-Ability Perceptions through Multiple Video Speech Drafts.” Hispania, 94. 3, 483-501.

Castañeda, M. E.; R-G, E. & Schulz, M. (2011). "Enhancing Reading Proficiency in English Language Learners (ELLs): The Importance of Knowing your ELL in Mainstream Classrooms." The Tapestry Journal, 3.1, 38-64.

R-G, E. (2008) “Analysis of Spanish Preterite Learner Errors”. Academic Exchange Quarterly, Winter 2008, Volume 12, Issue 4, 181-187.

Parafita-Couto, M. C. & R-G, E.(2008). Review of Gafaranga, J (2007) Talk in Two Languages. Palgrave MacMillan. LINGUIST List 19.2862.

Vitevitch, M.S. & R-G, E. (2005). "Neighborhood Density Effects in Spoken Word Recognition in Spanish." Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders, 3, 64-73.

Courses taught at Miami University:

SPN 201 Second Year Spanish I
SPN 202 Second Year Spanish II
SPN 312 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
SPN 342 Advanced Conversational Spanish
SPN 481/581 Spanish Phonology and Syntax
SPN 484/584 Spanish Second Language acquisition
SPN 600 Research and Design in Second language Acquisition
SPN 670 Spanish Practicum in Teaching College
SPN 689 Teaching Assistant Orientation Seminar/Graduate Seminar

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