Tahira Carroll has a Masters in Linguistics from Brigham Young University, Provo. She has taught First and Second Year Hindi for over 10 years at BYU. She formed the curriculum for Hindi at BYU and is currently establishing the curriculum and testing methods for third year Hindi. She also teaches English as a Second Language at Utah Valley University. She speaks Hindi, Urdu, Burmese and Arabic and is in the process of learning Spanish. She has been a recipient of the Foreign Language Area Studies Scholarship. In her free time she loves to read, ride horses and play the violin.
Research InterestsPrograms, and Forensic Linguistic projects specializing in the wording of the Miranda Warning. Her main area of study has been on Eye Tracking Technology being used to understand language recognition, specifically the differences in Hindi and Urdu.
Teaching InterestsShe is very interested in Second Language Acquisition in students and the methods of teaching Second Languages.
- Linguistics, Linguistics , Arabic, Brigham Young University (2017)