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Gregory Newall

Title: Senior Instructor of Spanish
Department: Languages, Literatures and Cultures
College of Arts and Sciences
Office: HUO 722

Ph.D.   Spanish (Hispanic Linguistics)  - Indiana University, 2012
M.A.     Spanish (Hispanic Linguistics) - Indiana University, 2005
B.A.      Spanish and International Studies - University of Richmond, 2002

My research interests include Sociolinguistics, Morphosyntactic Variation, Spanish in the United States, Second Language Acquisition, Pragmatics, Language Attitudes, and Dialectology.

I have taught Spanish for over 15 years, and have created courses in Hispanic Linguistics.  I am familiar with the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines.  I enjoy learning about different teaching methods that are well-suited for the foreign language classroom, and putting them into practice.

Courses taught at UofSC:

  • Basic Proficiency in Spanish
  • Intermediate Spanish II
  • Advanced Spanish
  • Cultural Readings Advanced Conversation
  • Cultural Readings Advance Composition

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