Department of Modern and Classical Languages
What are heritage languages? Who are heritage speakers? What are their pedagogical needs?
Teaching Heritage Languages and Learners with Dr. Julio Torres
Julio Torres is an assistant professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of California, Irvine. He also serves as director of the Spanish Language Program and the Bilingual Education Minor. His research focuses on heritage language acquisition, multilingualism, and task-based instruction. He is a co-editor of the upcoming volume “El espanol Como lengua de herencia” with Routledge Press.
Thursday, November 7th
Karls Hall 101
Sponsored by: College of Arts and Letters, FCTL, Multicultural Programs, Division for Diversity and Inclusion