Grantham O'Brien, Mary

Mary Grantham O'Brien is an Associate Professor of German at the University of Calgary. Her research interests include: the acquisition of German as a second language with a specific focus on pronunciation, the intonation of German, and second language pedagogy. Representative publications include: "Pronunciation Matters" Die Unterrichtspraxis: Teaching German 37.1 (2004): 1-9; “Impact of First Language Dialect on the Production of Second Language German Vowels: A Preliminary Investigation.” International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching. (Forthcoming); “Exploration through virtual reality: Encounters with the target culture.” Canadian Modern Language Review. 64.4 (2008): 663-691; “Virtual Immersion: The role of CAVE and PC technology.” CALICO Journal 26:2 (2009): 337–362.

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