Ana Fernández Dobao

Ana Fernández Dobao works as an Associate Professor at the University of Washington. She had previously taught at the University of Montreal, Brown University and the University of Santiago de Compostela where she obtained her Ph.D. in 2005. She conducts research in the field of second language acquisition and her areas of interest include peer interaction and learning, task-based language learning and teaching, collaborative writing, and the role of the first language in second language learning. She has published several articles in these areas and is currently working on a project that studies peer interaction within the context of the heritage language classroom.She has also participated in SULEC (Santiago University Learner of English Corpus), a research project on learner language conducted at the University of Santiago de Compostela and funded by the Galician Ministry of Education.

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Researcher ID (WoS): G-8347-2015

Contact information:
Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies
University of Washington
Padelford C-104
Box 354360
Seattle, WA 98195-4360, USA