Dr José Carlos Tenreiro Prego
Lecturer in Spanish (E&S)
Lecturer (Education & Scholarship) in Spanish
Coordinator for Spanish in the Foreign Language Centre
DELE Exams Coordinator
External Examiner at Sheffield Hallam University
Office hours: TBC
Room 141, Queen's Building
Selected Papers Given
‘Confronting the Pandemic through Blended Learning: Using Genial.ly in Asynchronous Language Teaching’, delivered at the ‘22th AULC Annual Conference’ (University of Leeds, 2021).
Ibid., delivered at ‘EUROCALL 2021’ (Sorbonne Université, 2021).
‘Spanish in the Workplace at Exeter: Enhancing Intercultural Competence and Employability’, delivered at the ‘19th AULC Annual Conference’ (Sheffield Hallam University, 2018).
‘Introducing computer-based placement tests at Exeter: reflecting on experience’, delivered at 'Innovative and Reliable Approaches to Language Assessment and Test Design in Higher Education' together with Candice François, Florence Gomez and Chloe Laborde (University of Exeter, 2017).
‘Reshaping Computer-Based Placement Tests at Exeter: Reflecting on Experience’, delivered with Florence Gomez at ‘EUROCALL 2017’ (University of Southampton, 2017).
‘Understanding a Minority Language: The Sociolinguistic Reality in Galicia’, delivered at the University of Exeter, 2012.
- FLS2130 - Spanish Beginners Fast-Track
- FLS2230 - Spanish Intermediate One
- FLS2330 - Spanish Intermediate Two
- FLS2430 - Spanish Intermediate Fast-Track
- FLS3415 - Spanish Advanced One
- FLS3430 - Spanish Advanced One
- FLS3515 - Spanish Advanced Two
- FLS3530 - Spanish Advanced Two
- FLS3715 - Spanish Advanced Three
- FLS3730 - Spanish Advanced Three
- FLS3830 - Spanish in the Workplace
- MLS1001 - Spanish Language
- MLS1056 - Spanish Language for Beginners
Dr José Carlos Tenreiro Prego received his BA and PGCE from the University of Santiago de Compostela, MA from the University of Kansas, and PhD from the University of Exeter, where he currently coordinates the Spanish modules in the FLC. He has ample experience in teaching Spanish as L2 in the UK, Spain, France and the United States. His areas of interest are varied and include intercultural competence, assessment and feedback, blended learning and digital pedagogy.