Director of the Language Program
Office: 4333 Rolfe Hall
Phone: (310) 206-1416
UCLA Spanish & Portuguese
BOX 951532, 5310 Rolfe Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1542
Juliet Falce-Robinson is the Director of the Language Program in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Her teaching and research are focused on Spanish applied linguistics, specifically methodology and pedagogy, and motivation as a variable in second language acquisition. She is also committed to service learning and teaches courses as well as directs internships in community service learning. Additionally, Dr. Falce-Robinson regularly directs summer travel study programs to Mexico.
- Ph.D. (1997) Latin American Narrative / Applied Linguistics, University of California, Irvine
- M.A. (1992) Spanish, University of California, Irvine
- B.A. (1989) Spanish / Bilingualism, Teaching English as a Second Language, University of California, Irvine
(with Darci Strother) (2012) “Language Proficiency and Civic Engagement: The Incorporation of Meaningful Service Learning Projects in Spanish Language Courses.” Interdisciplinary Humanities, Fall 2012.
Unidos – Apply to accompany Unidos, 1st Edition, Pearson/Prentice Hall. November 2012.
Student Activities Manual to accompany Mosaicos, Spanish as a World Language, 5th Edition, Pearson/Prentice-Hall. January 2009.
Spanish Translation of: “Scholarly Activities in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Development, Pedagogical Innovations and Research.” Joint Policy Statements of CALICO, EUROCALL, AND IALLT.
Consortium of Computer Assisted Language Instruction - Website, 2002.
The Global Citizen, Second Edition, 1999. D. Will et al., (Ed.).