Rosa Barrett

Lecturer of Spanish

Department: 
World Languages and Linguistics
Office: 
FH 207
Education: 
  1. M.A. in Modern Languages, Spanish Concentration, University of Texas at Arlington
  2. M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction (2022) University of North Texas at Dallas
Biography: 

I’m a native of Mexico and proud to teach my language and culture. I’m very passionate about equipping my students with the multicultural and linguistic competencies they need to succeed in their community and the continuous globalization of the world’s economy. My area of expertise is teaching Spanish as a Second Language with a communicative focus, and teaching Heritage Spanish Speakers to develop their academic language through multiple interdisciplinary courses such as business, law, public health, health for the professions, the banking industry, and human resources.