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lincolnbainiv@arizona.edu
Phone
520-626-0789
Office
Harvill 135
Office Hours
Thursday, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, 2:00-3:00 p.m., Think Tank
Bain, Lincoln Grady
Graduate Associate

Lincoln Bain a second year Ph.D. student in the Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT) program. Lincoln graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelors of Arts in Spanish Literature and Culture with an emphasis on Latin American studies in 2016. During his B.A, he spent a semester abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He then went on to pursue his Masters in the Arts of Teaching Spanish Education from Northern Arizona University, graduating with distinction in 2018. After his Masters program, Lincoln went on to teach Spanish at the secondary level before continuing his education.

Lincoln's interests include game-enhanced and game-based learning, digital identity, multimodality, and second language acquisition. 

Currently Teaching

SPAN 202 – Fourth Semester Spanish

Continuation of Spanish 101, 102, and 201 or by placement exam. As the second semester of the second year Spanish, this course is designed to provide insight into the literature and culture of the Spanish speaking countries. Themes are developed by content-based cultural activities, which provide awareness in the Hispanic culture, and encourage students to formulate opinions on a variety of contemporary issues through authentic readings, discussions and writing. This course reviews the grammatical concepts in a more sophisticated way and analyses more complex syntactic structures considered within a functional whole such as the subjunctive moods, etc. The teaching approach integrates grammar and culture in a functional use through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Classroom activities stress communication across the four skills with a strong aural, oral and written component. Audio, video, and computer materials incorporated.

Continuation of Spanish 101, 102, and 201 or by placement exam. As the second semester of the second year Spanish, this course is designed to provide insight into the literature and culture of the Spanish speaking countries. Themes are developed by content-based cultural activities, which provide awareness in the Hispanic culture, and encourage students to formulate opinions on a variety of contemporary issues through authentic readings, discussions and writing. This course reviews the grammatical concepts in a more sophisticated way and analyses more complex syntactic structures considered within a functional whole such as the subjunctive moods, etc. The teaching approach integrates grammar and culture in a functional use through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Classroom activities stress communication across the four skills with a strong aural, oral and written component. Audio, video, and computer materials incorporated.