Teaching Associate Professor of Spanish

Director of Spanish Language Instruction

kohl@email.unc.edu | Dey 118

At UNC since 2005


Education

Ed.D. UNC-Chapel Hill, 2005
M.A.E Truman State University, 1996
B.A. Truman State University, 1994

Other Appointments

ROMS Liaison to ARS and the Writing and Learning Center

Bio

Anastacia Kohl currently serves as the Faculty Coordinator for SPAN 203 (Intermediate Spanish I), which is the largest course in the Department (between 40 and 50 sections every semester).  She loves teaching Novice and Intermediate Level students, as well as supervising Graduate Teaching Fellows. Her research interests include teaching literature in the lower-level language classroom, course coordination and supervision, professional development needs of language teachers, and effective practices in on-line language teaching. Dr. Kohl also serves as a Faculty Adviser to Psalm 100, a Christian acappella group on campus (since 2013), and to LingoKids, a student organization that promotes world languages in the local public schools (since 2015).

Publications

  • Carrasco, C., Kohl, A.G., Shade, A.I. (2016). “Literatura” sections for Anda: Curso Intermedio, 3E (LeLoup, Cowell, Heining-Boynton) Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.
  • Kohl, A.G. (2012). Testing Program for Anda: Curso Elemental, 2E (Heining-Boynton, Cowell) Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.
  • Kohl, A.G. (2012). Testing Program for Anda: Curso Intermedio, 2E (Heining-Boynton, LeLoup, Cowell) Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.
  • Kohl, A.G., Robinson, S., & Cortéz de Anderson, D.C. (2009). Student Activities Manual for ¡Anda! Curso intermedio (Heining-Boynton, LeLoup, Cowell). Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall (345 pages).

Typical Courses

  • SPAN 100 Elementary Spanish Review (Online)
  • SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I (Self-paced Courses & Carolina Courses Online)
  • SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II (Self-paced Courses)
  • SPAN 203 Intermediate Spanish I
  • PUBH 610 Introductory Spanish for Health Professionals

Awards & Honors

  • 2006 GEAB Recognition Award for Research with an Impact on the State of North Carolina, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC