Ph.D. Florida State University
Currently Professor, Interim Department Chair and MALT Graduate Program Chair at the University of Nebraska at Omaha
Dr. Gasoigne’s teaching interests include topics and courses such as French grammar and composition, composition and stylistics, structure of French, and second language acquisition research. Her recent research interests include various aspects of second language acquisition such as studies of focus on form techniques, hybrid instruction, and the role of classroom climate in the language learning process.
2002 0-7734-7194-4 This study provides an historical review of grammar’s treatment in the second language classroom followed by a series of studies examining the effects of schema theory on grammar acquisition. It provides both theoretical and practical contributions to the fields of language acquisition and applied linguistics.
2020 1-4955-0811-0 Dr. Carolyn Gascoigne catalogs the rich and diverse linguistic collection of the Edwin Mellen Press. This resource is a perfect for Linguistic scholars looking to review the published linguistic scholarship of The Edwin Mellen Press.