gabrielley

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gabrielley@arizona.edu
Phone
520-626-0787
Office
Harvill #135
Office Hours
Monday, 1-1:50pm
Tuesday, Think Tank at Bartlett Academic Success Center (BASC):, 10am
Yocupicio, Gabrielle
Graduate Associate

Gabrielle is a PhD Candidate in the Teaching, Learning, and Sociocultural Studies (TLS) Program in the College of Education. She is specializing in U.S. Latinx language studies and Spanish heritage language education. Tiene una maestría en lingüística hispana y sus intereses son la pedagogía de lengua heredada, la sociolingüística y el bilingüismo. Gabrielle is a Yaqui, Mexican-American, first-generation college student from the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands. 

Currently Teaching

SPAN 203 – Writing and Oral Skills for the Heritage Learner of Spanish

Designed for students who learned Spanish in a home or community environment. Focuses mainly on written and oral development but reading and listening skills are also practiced in a dynamic cultural context. Grammar and spelling issues problematic to students are also covered. This course fulfills the University's foreign language requirement.

Designed for students who learned Spanish in a home or community environment. Focuses mainly on written and oral development but reading and listening skills are also practiced in a dynamic cultural context. Grammar and spelling issues problematic to students are also covered. This course fulfills the University's foreign language requirement.