Sheryl Bernardo-Hinesley

Assistant Professor of Spanish and Linguistics; World Languages Teaching Endorsement Advisor

About

Current, Previous, and Future Courses

Spanish Program
• SPAN 314 Phonetics
• SPAN 401 Advanced Grammar and Composition
• SPAN 404 Spanish Linguistics
• SPAN 440 Hispanic Sociolinguistics
Department of Modern and Classical Languages, World Languages Teaching Endorsement
• LANG 410 World Language Instruction: Theory and Method I
• LANG 420 World Language Instruction: Theory and Method II
Department of Linguistics
• LING 204 Language and Society (Bilingualism, Society, and Education)
• LING 402 Pidgins and Creoles
• LING 402 Sociolinguistic Fieldwork

Education

B.A. and M.A., University of Texas Arlington

Ph.D. in Hispanic Linguistics, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Research and Teaching Interests

Professor Bernardo's research and teaching interests are in Hispanic linguistics, sociolinguistics, language contact, pidgins and creoles, bilingualism, second language acquisition, and language attitudes and ideology.