Carmen Villegas Rogers, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of French and Spanish

Office Location:  Fournier Hall, Room 383
Office Phone:  215.753.3669

Educational Background

  • Ed.D in Foreign Langauges, University of Georgia, Athens
  • M.A. in Teaching French and Spanish, School for International Training Brattleboro, Vermont
  • Certificat Supérieur d’Aptitude à l’Enseignement du Français à l’Etranger Université Paul Valéry Montpellier, France

Courses Taught

  • SPAN 231, Introduction to Hispanic Civilization: Spain
  • SPAN 232: Introduction to Hispanic Civilization: Latin America
  • FRA 226: French for Oral Proficiency
  • SPAN 103: Intermediate Spanish
  • SPAN 104: Intermediate Spanish
  • SPAN 221: Advanced Grammar

Scholarly Interests

  • Methods of teaching foreign languages
  • Influence of English on U.S. Spanish
  • Use of authentic materials
  • African heritage in Latin America

Selected Articles

  • Improving the Visibility of Afro-Latin Culture in the Spanish Classroom, Hispania, September 2006.
  • Tradition and Technology in Language Teaching, Dimension, 2002.
  • U.S. Spanish on the air: Good Waves for the Classroom, Foreign Language Annals. 2001.
  • Language as a Reflection of Culture: From Literal Meaning to Conceptual Awareness, Canadian Modern Language Review. La revue canadienne des langues vivantes. 1995.
  • Language with a Purpose: Using Authentic Materials in the Foreign Language Classroom, Foreign Language Annals, 1988.