|Title: Assistant Professor & Graduate Advisor
Office Location: PSY 209
Phone Number: (562) 985-1393
E-mail Address: Rebekha.Abbuhl@csulb.edu
Bachelor’s Degree: Beloit College, Literary Studies, 1993.
Master’s Degree: Ohio State University, Linguistics, 1996.
Ph.D.: Georgetown University, Applied Linguistics, 2005.
My primary research interests focus on the acquisition of second language writing skills and the effect of input and interaction on the development of both the written and spoken L2. I am also interested in teacher training and second language acquisition research methods.
LING 101: Introduction to the World’s Languages
LING 329: Introduction to Language Acquisition
LING 460: TESL Composition
LING 486: Foundations of Language Minority Instruction: Practice
LING 539: Language Acquisition
LING 593: Practicum in TESL
Publications and Professional Presentations:
Abbuhl, R. & Mackey, A. (2008). Second language research methods. In K. A. King & N. Hornberger, Encyclopedia of language and education: Volume 10 (research methods). London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Mackey, A. & Abbuhl, R. (2006). Interaction and tasks. In C. Sanz (Ed.), Mind and context in adult second language acquisition: Methods, theory, and practice. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
Abbuhl, R. (April 2005). Going beyond the product: Using stimulated recalls in L2 writing research. International Society for Language Studies, Montreal, Canada.
Silver, S., Abbuhl, R., & Mackey, M. (April 2005). Communicative tasks, corrective feedback and child second language acquisition. International Society for Language Studies, Montreal, Canada.
Abbuhl, R. (March 2005). Assessing the impact of feedback on L2 writing: The case of the advanced learner. Georgetown University Round Table, Washington, DC.
Professional Activities, Awards, & Affiliations:
Phi Beta Kappa
Member of TESOL