American Association of University Supervisors, Coordinators, and Directors of Language Programs

     Section Head: FRENCH

     2012-2014

     Sébastien Dubreil
     Teaching Professor of French, Francophone Studies, Second Language Acquisition, and Technology-Enhanced Learning 
     Dept. of Modern Languages
     Carnegie Mellon University
     sdubreil@andrew.cmu.edu

Biography

Sébastien Dubreil is a Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Second Language Acquisiton, and Technology-Enhanced Learning at Carnegie Mellon University. He is a specialist of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Foreign Language Acquisition. His research interests include the definition of culture in the FL classroom, its place in the curriculum, and the use of instructional technology in setting up effective language learning contexts. Most recently, his research has led him to investigate the notion of social pedagogies and game-based language learning, and Linguistic Landscape in L2 education. Professor Dubreil has published in the Modern Language Journal and the CALICO Journal, the International Journal of Personal and Virtual Learning Environment, and the L2 Journal among others, and has given presentations at numerous national and international conferences. His book, Alliages culturels: La société française en transformation, co-authored with Dr. Heather Willis Allen (University of Wisconsin, Madison) was published with Cengage Learning in 2014.


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