MA in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis in English as a Second Language, Arizona State University
Research Interests: critical language pedagogies, critical consciousness and privileged, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, applied CA
Leal, P. (forthcoming). “I hope they have a lot of Vania out there”: Narrative-in-interview, positioning, and ideologies of language and identity in Hawai‘i. Narrative Inquiry.
Leal, P. (forthcoming). (Mis)understanding in the language classroom: The case of a Japanese student and a Brazilian English language teacher. In P. Chamness Miller, H. Endo, J. Watzke, and M. Mantero (Eds.), Readings in Language Studies Volume 5. Grandville, MI: International Society for Language Studies.
Leal, P. (2015). Connecting reading and writing using children’s literature in the university L2 classroom. Reading in a Foreign Language, 27(2), 199–218.
Leal, P. (2014). Carpe diem: Seizing moments of critical pedagogy in a church-based ESL program. Proceedings 2013: Selected Papers from the Seventeenth College-wide Conference for Students in Languages, Linguistics, and Literature. College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.