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Luis Cerezo- Ceballos Nondegree Graduate-CAS

Degrees
Ph.D. (distinction), Spanish Linguistics, Georgetown University
Ph.D. candidate, Translation, U. of Málaga
M.S., Spanish Linguistics, Georgetown U.
M.S., Computational Linguistics, Georgetown U.
M.S., Machine Translation, U. of Manchester

Languages Spoken
Spanish, English, Italian, German
Bio
Dr. Cerezo designs, evaluates, and implements audiovisual technology for second language learning. He is the author of Talking to Avatars, a computerized tutor that allows students to learn Spanish by interacting with pre-filmed actors. His research investigates the effects of type of computerized practice and corrective feedback on language development, both as a product and process, and takes into consideration learner individual differences. Prof. Cerezo teaches courses in Spanish linguistics, translation, second language acquisition, language technology, and research methods.

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Honors, Awards, and Fellowships

       
  • 2012 Harold N. Glassman Dissertation Award in the Social Sciences, Georgetown University.
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  • 2011, Teaching with Technology Award, CTRL, American University

Selected Publications

Edited Books

  • Leow, R. P., Cerezo, L., Baralt, M. (2015). A Psycholinguistic Approach to Technology and Language LearningBerlin, Germany; Boston, MA: De Gruyter Mouton.

Journal Articles

  • Cerezo, L., Caras, A., & Leow, R. P. (2016). Effectiveness of guided induction versus deductive instruction on the development of complex Spanish “gustar” structures: An analysis of learning outcomes and processes. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 38, 265-291.
  • Leow, R. P., & Cerezo, L. (2016). Deconstructing the “I” and “SLA” in ISLA: One curricular approach. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching6(1), 46–63.
  • Cerezo, L., Baralt, M., Suh, B. R., & Leow, R. P. (2014). Does the medium really matter in L2 development? The validity of CALL research designs. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 27(4), 294–310.

Book Chapters

  • Cerezo, L. (2015). Theoretical approaches to CALL research: Toward a psycholinguistic perspective. In R. P. Leow, L. Cerezo & M. Baralt (Eds.), A psycholinguistic approach to technology and language learning. (pp. 23-46). Berlin, Germany; Boston, MA: De Gruyter Mouton.
  • Cerezo, L., Moreno, N, & Leow, R. P. (2015). Psycholinguistically motivated CALL activities. In R. P. Leow, L. Cerezo & M. Baralt (Eds.), A psycholinguistic approach to technology and language learning. (pp. 243-257). Berlin, Germany; Boston, MA: De Gruyter Mouton.
  • Cerezo, L. (2014). Interpreting. In M. Lacorte (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of Hispanic applied linguistics. (pp. 313-331). London, UK; New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Cerezo, L. (2012). Beyond hybrid learning: A synthesis of research on e-tutors under the lens of SLA theory. In F. Rubio & J. J. Thoms (Eds.), AAUSC Volume 2012: Hybrid language teaching and learning: Exploring theoretical, pedagogical and curricular issues. (pp. 50-66). Boston, MA: Heinle, Cengage Learning.