Jeremy Bachelor, an adjunct instructor in the School of Health Sciences who teaches Spanish for Health Care Professionals had an article published on the relationship between grammar and pragmatics in foreign language learners. It is published in a peer reviewed journal titled “Conexión intrínseca entre la pragmática y la gramática” (Intrinsic connection between pragmatics and grammar), and it appears in Vol. 24, No. 47 (2015) of the journal Educación: http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/educacion
Bachelor will also be presenting at the “XII Congreso Internacional de Lingüística General” (12th International Conference on General Linguistics) in Alcalá de Henares, Spain, May 23-25, 2016 on pragmatics in Spanish education. The presentation is called “Interdependence of Pragmatics and Grammar in Foreign Language Learners.”
He also has an article, “Increasing student communication and spontaneous language use in the L2 classroom: A careful consideration of the flipped classroom model,” that has been accepted for publication in the fall 2015/winter 2016 issue of The TFLTA Journal, a peer-reviewed, foreign language education journal.