Teaching



English 150
Critical Thinking and Communication
               ISUComm Foundation Course, Cross Cultural
               Fall 2008 & Spring 2009, Iowa State University


The purpose of English 150 is to prepare you for communicating successfully in your academic courses, as well as in your work, personal, and civic lives. Because of what the National Council of Teachers of English calls the importance of 21st-century literacies, while most of the course will be devoted to writing, you will also practice and analyze oral, visual, and electronic communication and you’ll also compile and reflect on a portfolio of your work.
Assignment #1 Literacy Autobiography

Assignment #2 Sharing Experiences Narrative

Assignment #3 Exploratory/Informative

Assignment #4 Analyzing a Place/Artifact

Assignment #5 Visual Communication

Assignment #6 Final Portfolio

Chinese101&102
Elementary Chinese
               School of International Letters & Cultures
               Fall 2005 & Spring 2006, Arizona State University

This is a beginning course in Modern Standard Chinese designed for students who have little or no previous background in the language. This course adopts different pedagogical approaches to help students acquire basic skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Modern Standard Chinese. While linguistic elements are the focus of this course, cultural information that go along with language use are also included in the teaching as well.
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