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Lecturer at Linguistics & TESOL
701 Planetarium Place (Mailbox 19559) Arlington, TX 76019 Room: 132, Building: HH
PhD
Linguistics
Baylor University
BA
Spanish
2007
Welch, Katie Moore. "Review of Politeness in the Spanish-Speaking World by Maria Placencia." . Journal of Politeness Research 2007: 139-158.
Book Review
Published
March 2009
Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students Conference
Oral Presentation entitled "The Pragmatics of Language Learning: Acquiring Politeness
Strategies in a Study Abroad or Immersion Context"
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November 2007
Fifteneenth Annual UTA Student Conference in Linguistics
Poster Presentation: "Personality in Society: Should Personality Typology Be Considered a Sociolinguistic Variable?"
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January 2007
Rice Linguistics Society Workshop, Rice University
Oral Presentation entitled “Conversational Implicature Created by Sort Of Constructions”
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January 2003
Scholar’s Day, Baylor University
  Guest alumnus speaker on "Feminism in the Works of Pardo Bazan"
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Fall 2013
LING 4317 - Sociolinguistics
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday1:00PM2:00PM
Thursday1:00PM2:00PM
Language in its social context, including linguistic variation, address and reference, speech levels, bilingualism, code switching, speech acts, conversation analysis, and language and gender. Prerequisite: LING 3311.
Last Updated on August 21, 2013, 1:02 pm
Spring 2013
LING 4317 - Sociolinguistics
Language in its social context, including linguistic variation, address and reference, speech levels, bilingualism, code switching, speech acts, conversation analysis, and language and gender. Prerequisite: LING 3311.
Last Updated on July 23, 2013, 12:05 pm
Fall 2012
LING 4395 - INTERNSHIP
Internship (paid or unpaid) supervised by a faculty internship coordinator, with the student performing duties related to the academic curriculum of linguistics and/or TESOL. Students are required to submit an approved academic project related to the work performed. May be repeated with the approval of the Undergraduate Advisor.
Last Updated on July 23, 2013, 12:05 pm
Fall 2012
LING 5393 - TESOL TEACHING AND OBSERVATION
In teaching learners of ESOL and observing ESOL classes, the student demonstrates ability to apply the principles presented in the M.A. TESOL coursework. Prerequisite: LING 5302 and LING 5305 and permission of instructor.
Last Updated on July 23, 2013, 12:05 pm
Fall 2012
LING 5110 - TESOL PRACTICUM
In observing ESOL classes or in teaching learners of ESOL, the student demonstrates ability to apply the principles presented in the TESOL Certificate coursework. Prerequisite: LING 5302 and LING 5305 and permission of instructor.
Last Updated on July 23, 2013, 12:05 pm
Spring 2012
LING 5300 - Linguistic Analysis
An overview of the study of human language from a linguistic perspective. Topics covered may include the analysis of language structures, the study of language in social contexts, the principles governing language change, and the application of linguistic analysis to language teaching, literary studies, literacy, and translation.
Last Updated on July 23, 2013, 12:05 pm
Spring 2010
LING 3311 - INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTIC SCIENCE
A study of the nature of natural language analysis, the diversity of language features, variation in speech, and related topics, including historical and comparative linguistics. Prerequisite: LING 2301, or a grade of B or better in a 2000-level modern or classical language course.
Last Updated on July 23, 2013, 12:05 pm