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Mariandreína Kostantinov

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MARIANDREÍNA KOSTANTINOV website: http://andreinak.weebly.com/


Applied Linguistics (TESL) email: mkostantinov@ufl.edu
PhD 2nd Year student at the University of South Florida
1C Dauer Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611, USA

Education

Ph.D in Hispanic Linguistics


Spanish and Portuguese Studies Department, University of Florida (UF) 2017- present

M.A. in Applied Linguistics


Department of World Languages, University of South Florida (USF) 2014 – 2016

B.A. in Spanish
University of South Florida (USF) May 2014

Employment
Graduate Teaching Assistant Instructor at lower level division. Spanish and Portuguese
Studies Department, University of Florida (UF)

Teaching Experience

 Online Tutor, iTutorGroup. Spring 2017. English as Foreign Language (EFL). Taiwan-
China
 Summer 2009. English as a Foreign Language (EFL). Valencia-Venezuela

Instructor, Spanish and Portuguese Studies Department, University of Florida (UF)


 Responsible for teaching these courses
 Revise and implement with peer/group, Exams and Assessment for the students

Course Taught

 SPN 2200: Intermediate Spanish I. Spring, 2019


 SPN 2200: Intermediate Spanish I. Fall, 2018
 SPN 1131: Beginning Spanish 1, UF, Summer, 2018
 SPN 1131: Beginning Spanish 1, Fall 2017

Instructor, Spanish and Portuguese Studies Department, University of South Florida (USF)
 Responsible for teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language (EFL)
 Revise and implement with peer/group, Exams and Assessment for the students

Courses Taught
Mariandreína Kostantinov
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 SPN 1120: Beginning Spanish I


 SPN 1121: Beginning Spanish II

Instructor, Spanish and Portuguese Studies Department, INTO, University of South Florida
(USF)

Course Taught

 Academic Preparation level 3 reading and writing (AP3)


 American English (AE): Grammar I
 English I for children: The Four Languages Skills

Guest Lecturer, Seven Oaks Elementary School (S.O.E.S)


Fall 2015: Great American Teach-In

University Service for the University of Florida


 Graduate Service Council (GSC) Representative for the Spanish and Portuguese Studies
Department, University of Florida, Fall 2018
 The Cade Museum, volunteer for Language and Linguistic Activities, Fall 2018

University Service for the University of South Florida


 Spanish Exam Proctor/Reader/Scribe position for the Students with Disabilities Service
Office. University of South Florida, (USF), 2015- 2016
 Scribe for the LINGO graduate student organization. USF, summer 2015-2016

Conference Oral Presentations

 Kostantinov, M. (Fall, 2018) “Phonetic Transfer in Code-switched speech: an analysis of


VOT among Spanish Heritage Speakers” Hispanic Linguistics Symposium,
Kostantinov, M. (April 2016) "The Use of Copula Ser-Estar by Bilingual School
 Kostantinov, M (November 2015) "Great American Teach-In", Seven Oaks Elementary
School (S.O.E.S), Tampa, Florida
 Page F., Keegan, K., Kenneth M., Kostantinov, M., (April 2015) “Custodial Outreach
Program” World Language Education (WLE) Research Colloquium, Tampa,
Florida
 Kostantinov, M (April 2016) “Custodial Outreach Program” World Language Education
(WLE) Research Colloquium, Tampa, Florida”.

Grant Applications
 UF Spanish and Portuguese Studies Department, Gainesville, Florida, $400.00 (received)

Conference Attended
 Hispanic Linguistic Symposium, University of Texas at Austin, Fall 2018
 National Geographic Learning. “The Power of TED in the 21st Century Classroom”
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Tampa, Florida, Spring 2017


 XXIII Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Learning Research Working Group
Meeting. USF, Fall 2016
 AAAL. Applied Linguistics. Orlando, Florida, Spring, 2016.
 Multilingualism in Study Abroad. Language Practice and Communities. Lecturer by Dr.
Rosamond Mitchell from the University of Southampton (UK). USF, Fall 2015
 Symposium “Bay Area Regional TESOL” (BART). Clearwater, Florida. Fall, 2014

Fellowship
 McKnight Doctoral Fellowship, University of Florida, 2017- present

Professional Organizations
 Member of American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) ( 2016-present)
 Member of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) (2014 – present)
 Member of American Translator Association (ATA) (2014-2017)
 Member of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (BART-TESOL) (2014-
present)

Research Interests
 Phonology and Phonetics
 Second Language Acquisition
 ESL/EFL pedagogy
 Corpus Linguistics

Languages
 Spanish: Advanced knowledge – speaker of Spanish.
 English: Advanced knowledge.

Interests and Activities


 Teach English/Spanish as a Second Language (ESL).
 Language Research (e.g., Bilingualism, Language Teaching, application of Corpora into
analyzing language).
 Translate and interpret between English and Spanish

Awards
University of South Florida (USF), “Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society” summer,
2015.

References
Available upon request