Maria-José Nadal-Lopéz, M.A.
Adjunct Lecturer, School of International Relations & Diplomacy
She has a Bachelor Degree in Law and also in Slavic Languages. She earned a M.A. in Applied Linguistics to Teaching Spanish from the University of Jaén and the Expert in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language (SSL) from the University of A. Nebrija, Madrid. Her first experience with SSL took place in the Red Cross where she taught her language to immigrants. After one year in Vietnam she moved to Serbia to work as a Lecturer in the University of Kragujevac and Novi Sad for 5 years. Since 2013 she is an Assistant Teacher at the Cervantes Institute in Prague. Currently she is teaching Spanish Language in the Anglo-American University in Prague.
publications & other activities
- Journal RedELE. “Revista Electrónica de Didáctica del Español como Lengua Extranjera 2014. Número 1” ISSN: 1697-9346, NIPO: 030-14-032-7. “Análisis de errores de la interlengua de español para serbiohablantes: dificultades de uso del artículo”. http://www.mecd.gob.es/redele/Biblioteca-Virtual/2014.html
Events Organizer for Instituto Cervantes in Prague.
Elaboration of didactic material for Instituto Cervantes in Prague.