Kelly C. Kingsbury Brunetto

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Kelly C. Kingsbury Brunetto

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▪ 1139 Oldfather Hall ▪ 660 N. 12

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St. ▪ Lincoln, NE 68588 ▪ (402) 472-8580 ▪

KingsburyBrunetto@unl.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D., CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION: WORLD LANGUAGE EDUCATION (SPANISH) Aug. 2013 Minor: Second Language Acquisition

University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education

Dissertation Title: A Phenomenological Investigation of Participation in Target-Language Theatre by Undergraduates in a Mixed-Level Course, Advisor: Francois Tochon

M.A., SPANISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Aug. 2001-May 2002 ▪ University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana

B.A., SPANISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Aug. 1997-May 2001 ▪ University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana

▪ Magna cum laude

DIPLOMA DE ESTUDIOS HISPÁNICOS Jan. 2000-May 2000

▪ Fundación Ortega y Gasset through the University of Notre Dame - Toledo, Spain

RESEARCH

Research Interests

 Theatre production (rehearsal and performance) for second language development  Theatre for understanding literature, culture and history

 Second Language Acquisition and classroom methods and practices  Literature and film for second language development

 Literature and film as tools to increase cultural and historical awareness  Socially-situated interactions in language classes

 Graduate students’ pedagogical development

Publications

Kingsbury Brunetto, K. (2015). Performing the Art of Language Learning: Deepening the Learning Experience through Theatre and Drama. Blue Mounds, WI: Deep University Press.

Kingsbury Brunetto, K. (2015). Benchmark Portfolio for Spanish 202 Curriculum Revision. University of Nebraska – Lincoln: Peer Review of Teaching Project. http://courseportfolio.org/peer/pages/index.jsp?what=portfolioObjectD&portfolioObjectId=528 Kingsbury, K. (2011). Rosaura a las diez en el aula: La gramática a través de la literatura. Hispania, 94(2), 329-347.

Kingsbury, K. (2009). Review of Set the Stage: Teaching Italian through Theatre, Nicoletta Marini-Maio & Colleen Ryan-Scheutz, (eds.) Scenario:Journal for Drama and Theatre in Foreign and Second Language Acquisition. III (2), 73-75.

http://scenario.ucc.ie

Conference Presentations

Kingsbury Brunetto, Kelly C. "Collaboration for Pedagogical Capacity-Building: Evolving Models for Graduate Teaching Assistant

Orientations." CARLA (Center for Advanced Research in Language Acquisition) Ninth International Conference on Language Teacher Education: Changes and Challenges in Language Teacher Education. Panel Organizer and Lead Presenter. May 14-16, 2015.

Kingsbury Brunetto, Kelly C. “Metaxis in Language Learning: A Key Affordance of Theatre-Based Learning Contexts.” Georgetown University Roundtable on Languages and Linguistics (GURT) 2014: Usage-based Approaches to Language, Language Learning, and Multilingualism, Washington, DC, March 14-16, 2014.

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Kingsbury Brunetto, Kelly C. “A Phenomenological Investigation of Participation in Target-Language Theatre by Undergraduate Learners in Mixed-Level Courses.” Thinking, Doing, Learning: Usage-Based Approaches to Second Language Learning, Odense, Denmark, April 24-26, 2013.

Kingsbury, Kelly C. “Target Language Theatre as Lived Experience: Politics, Phenomenology, and the Toss of a Coin.” Cultures & Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 9-10 March 2012.

Kingsbury, Kelly C. “How to Implement an L2 Theatre Production.” Participant in panel discussion: “From Page to Stage.” Midwest Modern Language Association Conference, St. Louis, MO, 4-7 November 2004.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Teaching

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PRACTICE, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Lincoln, NE, Aug. 2013-Present Department of Modern Languages & Literatures

 Apportionment: .80 Teaching, .10 Research, .10 Service/Outreach  Coordinator, Basic Spanish Program

 Community Outreach Coordinator  Spanish 101

 Spanish 201  Spanish 202  Spanish 432/832

TEACHING ASSISTANT, University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI, Aug. 2006-Dec. 2012 Department of Spanish and Portuguese

 Intermediate Grammar and Composition (5th semester), Fall 2010, 2011, 2012  Introductory Spanish (1st semester): Spring 2010

 Intermediate Spanish (4th semester): Fall 2006-Fall 2009

VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSIONAL SPECIALIST, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN, Aug. 2002-May 2006 Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (Spanish)

 Developed Spanish Theatre Workshop course and instituted Spanish theatre performance on campus  Taught graduate student teaching practicum, 2004-2005

 Developed new content-driven intermediate courses on Don Quijote, Master Painters of Spain, 2004-2005  Assisted in evaluation of students applying to study abroad, Spring 2006

 Introductory and intermediate language courses

TEACHING ASSISTANT, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN, Aug. 2001-May 2002 Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (Spanish)

 Introductory (1st and 2nd semester) language courses

Coordination

COORDINATOR OF BASIC SPANISH PROGRAM, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Lincoln, NE, Aug. 2013-Present Department of Modern Languages

ASSISTANT LANGUAGE PROGRAM DIRECTOR, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN, Aug. 2004-May 2005 Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (Spanish)

 Served as Acting Language Program Director while the regular LPD was on sabbatical.

100-LEVEL COORDINATOR, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN, Aug. 2003-May 2004 and Aug. 2005-May 2006 Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (Spanish)

101 COURSE COORDINATOR, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN, Aug. 2002-May 2003 Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (Spanish)

Courses Taught

SPANISH: UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ▪ Beginning Spanish I

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▪ Beginning Spanish II

▪ Intermediate/Advanced Spanish I ▪ Intermediate/Advanced Spanish II

▪ Introduction to Spanish Literature and Culture ▪ Intermediate Grammar and Composition ▪ Civilization and Culture of Spain

▪ Approaches to Hispanic Culture through Writing: El mundo del Quijote

▪ Approaches to Hispanic Culture through Writing: Grandes Maestros de la Pintura Española ▪ Spanish Theatre Workshop/Taller de Teatro Español

▪ Spanish Speaking Proficiency SPANISH: GRADUATE COURSES

▪ Practicum in Teaching Spanish ▪ Spanish Speaking Proficiency ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

▪ General English

▪ Intensive TOEFL Test Preparation

Academic and Scholarly Experience

JOURNAL REVIEWER, HISPANIA 2011-Present

▪ Reviews and critiques articles for Pedagogy

PEDAGOGICAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT: TEXTBOOK COMMITTEE Fall 2012 ▪ Assessed course materials to determine necessary adaptations with the adoption of a new textbook

PEDAGOGICAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT: QUIZ EDITOR Fall 2012

▪ Compiled and edited TA contributions to produce a coherent evaluation instrument for use in a multi-section course ETS/COLLEGE BOARD SPANISH LANGUAGE ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAM June 2006-June 2008

▪ Exam Reader, Essays ▪ Syllabus Evaluator

TEXTBOOK REVIEWER South Bend, IN, 2006

Heinle Publishing, Boston, MA

 Provided feedback on Puentes in terms of content and editing

STUDY ABROAD SELECTION COMMITTEE Notre Dame, IN, 2006

Office of International Studies, University of Notre Dame

 Provided evaluations and feedback on student applications to study abroad programs in Toledo, Spain; Monterrey, Mexico; and Santiago, Chile

Theatre Productions

¿Águila o sol?, (Sabina Berman) University of Wisconsin-Madison 2011

▪ Assistant director, makeup designer, musician, ensemble actor; participant-observer for dissertation research

Rhinocèros (Eugène Ionesco), University of Wisconsin-Madison 2010

▪ Sound designer, actor; participant-observer for dissertation research

Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (Sabina Berman), University of Wisconsin-Madison 2008

▪ Actor; makeup designer

Fuenteovejuna (Lope de Vega), University of Notre Dame 2006

▪ Director/course instructor

La fuente de los sauces (Briones de Alcalá), University of Notre Dame 2005

▪ Director/course instructor

El retablo de las maravillas and El viejo celoso, Miguel de Cervantes, University of Notre Dame 2004 ▪ Director/course instructor

The Whole Shebang (Orloff ), INMED Program, University of North Dakota 2001

▪ Director

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▪ Director

The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr, Abridged (Long, Singer & Winfield), Upward Bound, University of North Dakota 1998 ▪ Director

Other Professional Experience

KAPLAN TEST PREPARATION Madison, WI, Feb. 2007-Oct. 2011

Course Instructor and Tutor: ESL, Pre-College, and GRE

 Taught TOEFL test preparation and General English courses  Individual tutoring for GRE, SAT and ACT preparation  Instructor for ACT and GRE courses

INTERPRETER Madison, WI, June-July 2011

▪ Volunteer interpreting services at American Family Children’s Hospital

TUTOR Madison, WI, 2006-Present

▪ Freelance tutoring for high school students through adults in a variety of topics: primarily Spanish grammar, conversation, and composition, but also math, science, English literature and composition

PATIA TRANSLATIONS South Bend, IN, Aug. 2005-2006

Freelance Document Translator

 Translated a variety of documents from Spanish into English

HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS

Teaching Awards

OUTSTANDING INSTRUCTOR Fall 2009

▪ University of Wisconsin Student Resident Halls

KANEB AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT April 2002

▪ University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

Grants

VILAS TRAVEL GRANT, University of Wisconsin-Madison 2013 ▪ Funding for travel to present at an international conference

INSTITUTION FOR SCHOLARSHIP IN THE LIBERAL ARTS, University of Notre Dame 2004, 2005, 2006 ▪ Funding for the Spanish Theatre Workshop production

Other Awards and Recognitions

MELLON-WISCONSIN DISSERTATION BOOT CAMP, University of Wisconsin-Madison June 2012 STAGNI SERVICE AWARD, University of Notre Dame Oct. 2010

PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLAR July 1997

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLAR Spring 1997

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Modern Language Association

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Wisconsin Association of Foreign Language Teachers

LANGUAGES

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ENGLISH Native SPANISH Near-native

FRENCH Intermediate; Reading proficiency ITALIAN Novice; Reading proficiency

ARABIC Novice

REFERENCES

Francois V. Tochon

Professor of Curriculum & Instruction and World Language Education Department of Curriculum & Instruction

School of Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison 544c Teacher Education Building 225 N. Mills St.

Madison, WI 53706

Phone: (608)263-7570 or (608)262-9743 Email: ftochon@education.wisc.edu Diana L. Frantzen

Professor of Spanish and Director of Spanish Language Program Department of Spanish & Portuguese

University of Wisconsin-Madison 1060 Van Hise Hall

1220 Linden Drive Madison, WI 53706 Phone: (608)263-0604 Email: dlfrantzen@wisc.edu Stasie C. Harrington

Associate Faculty Associate and Coordinator of Spanish 226 Department of Spanish & Portuguese

University of Wisconsin-Madison 1144 Van Hise Hall

1220 Linden Drive Madison, WI 53706 Phone: (608)262-6568 Email: sharrington2@wisc.edu

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