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美 國 中 ⽂ 教 師 學 會 通 訊<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong><br />

NEWSLETTER<br />

Chinese Language Teachers Association (USA)<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong>| Volume 47 |Number 1<br />

ISSUE <br />

HIGHLIGHTS<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

Annual<br />

Conference<br />

@ DC<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> 2022<br />

General<br />

Election<br />

Results<br />

Connected<br />

Globally — <br />

Open Resources<br />

& International<br />

Conferences


The Chinese Language Teachers Association <strong>Newsletter</strong> (<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>) keeps its readers informed<br />

about recent developments in the profession by publishing personal and institutional news and<br />

placement information. The newsletter is published online three times a year (in <strong>January</strong>, May and<br />

September*). An email will be sent to active members announcing the online publication of the<br />

newsletter.<br />

Cut-off dates for submission of all materials to be included in the <strong>Newsletter</strong> are December 15, April 15,<br />

and August 15. The ad rate is $150 full-page (6Wx8H). Ads to be included in the <strong>Newsletter</strong> can be black<br />

and white or in color, and each ad can be formatted in .jpg or .pdf under 1 MB. Submit ads online by<br />

filling out the Full-Page <strong>Newsletter</strong> Ad Form.<br />

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newsletter. Submit your job announcement and make the payment online. A job announcement will not<br />

be made until paid.<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong><br />

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Chinese Language Teachers<br />

Association of USA<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> HEADQUARTERS 总 部 <br />

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<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong> Archive:<br />

https://clta-us.org/publications/newsletter


CHINESE LANGUAGE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION<br />

Elected Officers<br />

President<br />

Shuai Li 郦 帅 <br />

Georgia State University<br />

Immediate Past President<br />

Yongping Zhu 朱 永 平 <br />

University of Notre Dame<br />

Vice President<br />

Xia Liang 梁 霞 <br />

Washington University in St Louis<br />

<br />

Appointed Officers<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Headquarters<br />

Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 , Executive director<br />

Carnegie Mellon University<br />

Journal Office <br />

Dana S. Bourgerie ⽩ 杰 理 , CSL Journal Editor <br />

Brigham Young University<br />

Journal Office<br />

Baozhang He 何 宝 璋 , CSL Associate Editor<br />

College of the Holy Cross<br />

<br />

Conference Officer<br />

Baozhang He 何 宝 璋 <br />

College of the Holy Cross<br />

K-12 Publication Office<br />

Cilei Han 韩 慈 磊 , Editor<br />

Lake Oswego High School<br />

Home Page Office<br />

Jun Da 笪 骏 , Webmaster<br />

Middle Tennessee State University<br />

<strong>Newsletter</strong> Office<br />

Christine Liu 吕 逸 勤 , Editor<br />

High Point University<br />

Committees<br />

Steering Committee<br />

Shuai Li 郦 帅 (President)<br />

Yongping Zhu 朱 永 平 (Immediate Past President)<br />

Xia Liang 梁 霞 (Vice President)<br />

Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 (Executive Director)<br />

Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 (Board Member)<br />

Jing Wang 王 静 (Board Member)<br />

Awards Committee<br />

Jing Wang 王 静 <br />

The National Collegiate<br />

Chinese Honor Society<br />

Tong Chen 陈 彤 <br />

Nominating and Election<br />

Committee<br />

Xia Liang 梁 霞 <br />

Conference Committee<br />

Shuai Li 郦 帅 <br />

Finance Committee<br />

Xia Liang 梁 霞<br />

Fund-Raising Committee<br />

Gang Liu 刘 刚 <br />

Media and Publicity Committee<br />

Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 <br />

Regional Associations <br />

Committee<br />

Ran Zhao 赵 冉 <br />

Professional Development <br />

Committee<br />

Wenhao Diao 刁 ⽂ 豪 <br />

K-12 Committee<br />

Zoe (Ling’ou) Jiang 江 凌 欧


<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong> Volume 47, No. 1<br />

Table of Contents<br />

Highlights of the Issue<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Annual Conference 3<br />

Special Thanks to <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference Sponsors 11<br />

News and Announcements 15<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> 2022 General Election Results 16<br />

Call for submission: <strong>CLTA</strong> The National Collegiate Chinese Honor Society 17<br />

Call for Papers: The Eighth International Conference on Teaching Chinese as a Second Language 18<br />

Call for Proposals: <strong>2023</strong> International Roundtable on Chinese Applied Linguistics 24<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List 25<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Membership Benefits 33<br />

Connected Globally: Open Resources & International Conferences 34<br />

ChatGPT 与 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 发 展 35<br />

Spring <strong>2023</strong> Online Outreach Series 美 国 弗 吉 尼 亚 ⼤ 学 真 实 任 务 化 教 学 公 益 讲 座 系 列 37<br />

The 4th International Symposium of the European Association of Chinese Teaching (EACT) 46<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 与 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 学 国 际 学 术 研 讨 会 摘 要 汇 编 49<br />

Research Frontier 55<br />

New Books 57<br />

Advertisements<br />

Cheng & Tsui New Year Sale: 20% 61<br />

Wukong Chinese 悟 空 中 ⽂ 62<br />

Cool Chinese & TOCFL Speedy Screening 63<br />

Grow your Career with ACTFL 64<br />

The Language Flagship 65<br />

Middlebury School 明 德 ⼤ 学 中 ⽂ 学 校 66<br />

MA in Global Communication & Applied Translation at CMU 67<br />

OLI Chinese Online Program at CMU 68<br />

Vista Higher Learning: The Journeys Program 71<br />

外 研 社 “ 七 ⾊ 龙 ” 汉 语 教 学 资 源 73<br />

Silly Stories from a Classroom 74<br />

Great Wall Chinese 75<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


Jobs 76<br />

Expert in Teaching Mandarin Chinese to Speakers of English (Remote) 77<br />

Part-Time Online Chinese Instructor (Remote, based in US) 78<br />

Instructor in Mandarin Chinese in the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at Duke University (Durham, NC) 78<br />

Visiting Instructor/Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies (Ashland, Virginia) 79<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies (Davidson, NC) 80<br />

Assistant Professor (Lecturer) of Chinese (Salt Lake City, UT) 81<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese (Lancaster, PA) 82<br />

Director/Principal at Hudson Way Immersion School NJ/NY (Stirling NJ, New York, NY) 83<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor, Chinese Language (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) 85<br />

Faculty Position (Assistant Professor, Senior Lecturer, or Lecturer) in Chinese Language (Suzhou, China) 86<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor, Chinese Language & Asian Studies (Winter Park, FL) 87<br />

Instructor of Chinese (Bowling Green, Kentucky) 88<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor or Instructor of Chinese (Gambier, OH) 89<br />

Assistant Professor of Instruction in Chinese (Austin, TX) 90<br />

Lecturer in Chinese Language (Vancouver, BC Canada) 91<br />

Instructor of Chinese (Morganton, NC) 92<br />

Chinese Flagship Project Coordinator (Oxford, Mississippi) 95<br />

Assistant Professor of Chinese (Bellingham, WA) 96<br />

Instructor (San Diego, California) 97<br />

Lecturer in Modern Chinese Literature and Cinema (Vancouver, BC, Canada) 98<br />

Lecturer in Chinese Language and Literature (Vancouver, BC, Canada) 99<br />

Tenure-Track Professor in the History of Modern China (Open Rank) (Washington, DC) 100<br />

Assistant Teaching Professor Fall-Time in Modern Chinese (Seattle, WA) 101<br />

Lecturer in Chinese Language (Brunswick, ME) 102<br />

Director of Chinese Language (Shanghai, China) 103<br />

Visiting Lecturer in Chinese Language (Brunswick, ME) 105<br />

Assistant Professor of Instruction in Chinese Language (Evanston, IL) 105<br />

Assistant Teaching Professor (Mississippi State, MS) 106<br />

Visiting Instructor Chinese Flagship Center (Provo, Utah) 107<br />

Chinese Language Lecturer (Princeton, NJ) 108<br />

Assistant, Associate, or Professor of Chinese (Greenville, SC) 108<br />

Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Chinese - Bentley University (Waltham, MA) 109<br />

Journal updates<br />

International Chinese Language Education 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 111<br />

世 界 汉 语 教 学 115<br />

Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching 117<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Chinese as a Second Language (CSL) Journal 汉 语 教 学 研 究 119<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> membership Renewal and Information Updates 121<br />

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Highlights<br />

of the Issue<br />

High


<strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Conference Notice: <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Program <br />

Dear <strong>CLTA</strong> members,<br />

Happy Chinese New Year! We wish you a wonderful year of the Rabbit!<br />

祝 ⼤ 家 新 年 快 乐 , 兔 年 ⾏⼤ 运 !<br />

The <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Conference committee is very pleased to inform you that<br />

the preparations for the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Conference is going well and would<br />

like to share the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference program with you.<br />

------------------------------------<br />

Subject: <strong>2023</strong> 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 年 会 : 报 告 ⽇ 程<br />

各 位 会 员 ,<br />

新 春 快 乐 ! 今 年 年 会 将 于 3⽉31⽇ 至 4⽉2⽇ 在 华 盛 顿 举 ⾏。 会 议<br />

报 告 ⽇ 程 已 经 上 线 , 点 击 链 接 (https://forlang.fsa.mtsu.edu/clta<strong>2023</strong>)<br />

或 者 扫 描 附 件 中 的 ⼆ 维 码 均 可 登 陆 查 阅 。⽹ 页 检 索 ⽅ 式 : 苹 果 电 脑<br />

Command 键 +F,PC 电 脑 上 CTRL 键 +F, 然 后 在 搜 索 窗 ⼜ 输 入 您 要 查<br />

询 的 内 容 即 可 。 如 果 您 有 跟 报 告 ⽇ 程 相 关 的 问 题 , 可 发 邮 件 至<br />

AnnualMeeting<strong>CLTA</strong>@gmail.com。 请 在 邮 件 中 注 明 您 的 姓 名 、 报 告 ⽇<br />

期 、 时 间 和 场 次 。 热 切 期 待 与 各 位 同 仁 在 <strong>2023</strong> 年 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会<br />

年 会 相 聚 !<br />

年 会 组 委 会 ⽇ 程 组<br />

Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 (Program Chair)<br />

Yu Wu 吴 瑜 (Program Co-Chair)<br />

Jun Da 笪 骏 (Technology Specialist)<br />

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Dear <strong>CLTA</strong> members,<br />

Happy New Year!<br />

We are pleased to share the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference program with<br />

you. You can access the online program via the website (https://<br />

forlang.fsa.mtsu.edu/clta<strong>2023</strong>) or by scanning the attached QR code. You<br />

can search specific information on the website by calling out the Find<br />

window (Mac users should hold Command and F keys, whereas PC users<br />

should hold CTRL and F keys). All inquiries about the program should be<br />

sent to: AnnualMeeting<strong>CLTA</strong>@gmail.com. Title of the email should<br />

include “<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Conference Program”, and please make sure to<br />

include your name, presentation date/time, and location in the email.<br />

We look forward to seeing you at the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference.<br />

Conference Program Team:<br />

Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 (Program Chair)<br />

Yu Wu 吴 瑜 (Program Co-Chair)<br />

Jun Da 笪 骏 (Technology Specialist)<br />

------------------<br />

We look forward to seeing you at the <strong>2023</strong> Annual Conference of <strong>CLTA</strong>-<br />

USA!<br />

Conference Committee:<br />

Shuai Li 郦 帅 (Chair)<br />

Xia Liang 梁 霞 (Co-Chair)<br />

Baozhang He 何 宝 璋 (Conference Officer)<br />

Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 (Headquarters)<br />

Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 (Program Chair)<br />

Yu Wu 吴 瑜 (Program Co-Chair)<br />

Jun Da 笪 骏 (Technology specialist) <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


<strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Conference Program: Access the online program via the<br />

website: https://forlang.fsa.mtsu.edu/clta<strong>2023</strong> or by scanning the QR code.<br />

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<strong>CLTA</strong> at a glance<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 46, No. 3<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


<strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Conference Exhibition Tables<br />

参 展 单 位 ⼀ 览 表<br />

With our sincere gratitude, <strong>CLTA</strong> would like to THANK the following<br />

sponsors who generously support <strong>CLTA</strong> members and are participating in<br />

the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Exhibition Table Event. Please visit the <strong>CLTA</strong> website<br />

to learn more about these sponsors, view their flyers,<br />

and see their presentation time slots & topics. <br />

• April 2, Sunday, 8-9am & 9-10am: Exhibition Table Presentation<br />

Sessions for the Onsite Exhibition<br />

1. National Taiwan Normal<br />

University 台 灣 師 範 ⼤ 學<br />

2. NonSwimmingFish<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

https://www.coolchinese.net<br />

 <br />

https://NonSwimmingFish.com<br />

http://ArtLikeUs.com<br />

3. ACTFL <br />

4. WuKong Chinese 悟 空 中 ⽂<br />

<br />

https://actfl-org<br />

<br />

<br />

https://www.wukongsch.com<br />

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5. Vista Higher Learning<br />

6. Duke Kunshan University<br />

<br />

https://vistahigherlearning.com/<br />

<br />

<br />

https://dukekunshan.edu.cn<br />

<br />

7. Minds Abroad<br />

8. Cheng & Tsui Company<br />

https://www.mindsabroad.com<br />

<br />

https:// www.cheng-tsui.com/<br />

<br />

9. Phoenix Tree Publishing<br />

10. Mandarin Matrix<br />

<br />

https://www.phoenixtree.com<br />

<br />

<br />

https://www.mandarinmatrix.org<br />

<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


11. Middlebury Language School <br />

12. Yabla<br />

<br />

https://middlebury.edu/ls/chinese<br />

13. Real Asia<br />

<br />

14. CET<br />

https://yabla.com<br />

https://www.realasia.travel<br />

<br />

https://cetacademicprograms.com<br />

<br />

THANK YOU! 听 我 说 : “ 谢 谢 您 ! ” <strong>CLTA</strong> 感 谢 您 的 ⽀ 持 与 赞 助 ! <br />

<strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Exhibition Tables Organizers:<br />

Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 (Executive Director, <strong>CLTA</strong>)<br />

Gang Liu 刘 刚 (<strong>CLTA</strong> Fundraising Committee Chair)<br />

Exhibition Tables Volunteers: 苏 麓 垒 , 吕 逸 勤 , 魏 妙 纯 , 孟 楠<br />

Special Thanks<br />

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News<br />

News and Announcements


Vote Results of the 2022 <strong>CLTA</strong> General Election<br />

Dear <strong>CLTA</strong> members,<br />

The 2022 <strong>CLTA</strong> Election started on December 15, 2022 at 12:00 am EST and<br />

ended on December 31, 2022 at 11:59 pm EST. The following candidates<br />

received the highest number of votes, and they are, therefore, elected to assume<br />

the following roles to serve you. The newly elected <strong>CLTA</strong> Board members will<br />

start to serve their three-year term upon the adjournment of the <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual<br />

Meeting on March 31-April 2, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Vice President:<br />

SHI Zhongqi 史 中 琦 Columbia University<br />

Board Members:<br />

LI Kening 李 可 宁 , University of Michigan<br />

LIANG Ninghui 梁 宁 辉 , Yale University<br />

YU Qiaona 俞 巧 娜 , Wake Forest University<br />

We would like to thank all the candidates for making themselves available for<br />

this year’s election. We would also like to thank all those <strong>CLTA</strong> members who<br />

cast their votes in the 2022 <strong>CLTA</strong> General Election. We believe that the <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

Board of Directors with the newly elected members will continue to promote<br />

Chinese study and help you with your Chinese language teaching careers.<br />

Best Wishes,<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> 2022 Nominating and Election Committee<br />

LI Shuai 郦 帅<br />

LIANG Xia 梁 霞 (Chair)<br />

LIU Yan 刘 艳 <br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 16


Call for submissions<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>: The National Collegiate Chinese Honor Society<br />

Dear Colleagues,<br />

The website for the <strong>CLTA</strong> national collegiate Chinese honor society has<br />

been recently updated with a few revisions of the online forms. Following<br />

the precedent established in previous years, the deadline for applications<br />

will be Saturday, March 4, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

https://www.clta-us.org/the-national-collegiate-chinese-honor-society/<br />

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the <strong>CLTA</strong> Honor<br />

Society Committee chair: Tong Chen at tongchen@mit.edu. Thank you.<br />

Sincerely,<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>: The National Collegiate Chinese Honor Society<br />

Tong Chen 陈 彤<br />

Yu Wu 吴 瑜<br />

Weibing Ye 叶 为 兵 <br />

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Eighth International Conference<br />

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<strong>2023</strong> International Roundtable on Chinese Applied Linguistics<br />

Announcement<br />

In order to provide a platform for academic exchange among scholars, the Chinese<br />

Program of the Department of Asian and Slavic Languages and Literatures, DWLLC at the<br />

University of Iowa, will hold an in-person <strong>2023</strong> International Roundtable on<br />

Chinese Applied Linguistics on April 22-23, <strong>2023</strong>. <br />

We invite scholars in the US and abroad to present their cutting edge studies adopting<br />

qualitative, quantitative, and/or action research approaches in Chinese as a second<br />

language acquisition and education (K-16), focusing on the following topics:<br />

• Theories and models on Chinese L2 acquisition and development<br />

• Pedagogy, instruction, curriculum, and material development for Chinese L2<br />

classrooms<br />

• Assessment and evaluation of classroom learning and teaching<br />

• Digital literacy, online learning, and courseware design<br />

• Language and culture learning for specific purposes<br />

• Chinese program and study abroad program development <br />

Proposal submission and conference registration:<br />

<br />

We invite interested scholars to submit a proposal for the conference. Please fill out the<br />

attached Proposal and Registration Form and submit it to Dai Dexin (dexindai@uiowa.edu)<br />

by February 20, <strong>2023</strong>. We will notify you the status of proposal<br />

submission by March 1, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

If you are interested in attending the conference but will not submit a proposal, please fill<br />

out the Registration Form section only and submit it to Dai Dexin by March 1, <strong>2023</strong>. <br />

Conference organizer:<br />

The Chinese Program of the Department of Asian and Slavic Languages and Literatures,<br />

DWLLC at the University of Iowa, USA <br />

<br />

Conference organizing committee:<br />

Chuanren Ke, Dongwang Liu, Yuan Lu, Helen Shen (Chair), and Huiqiang Zheng.<br />

Conference Assistants:<br />

Dexin Dai (Dexin-dai@uiowa.edu) <br />

Xi Ma (xi-ma@uiowa.edu) <br />

<br />

Contact:<br />

Please send questions or inquires to Xi Ma (xi-ma@uiowa.edu) with the subject “<strong>2023</strong><br />

Roundtable.”<br />

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Events<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <br />

Events


Events -<strong>CLTA</strong><br />

Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (<strong>CLTA</strong>)<br />

美 國 中 ⽂ 教 師 學 會 ( 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 )<br />

Website: https://clta-us.org<br />

E-mail: clta@andrew.cmu.edu<br />

2022 年 10⽉ 活 动 表<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List (October, 2022)<br />

Title<br />

报 告 主 题<br />

Speaker<br />

主 讲 ⼈<br />

Time 时 间<br />

ET=Eastern Time;<br />

CT=Central Time;<br />

PT=Pacific Time<br />

Zoom link<br />

活 动 链 接<br />

Organizer<br />

组 织 ⽅<br />

Contact<br />

person<br />

联 系 ⼈<br />

registration<br />

Pedagogical<br />

(required) at<br />

Approaches for<br />

Teaching reading<br />

Dr. Meng Yeh<br />

10AM-1PM ET,<br />

10/1 (Sat)<br />

https://<br />

forms.gle/<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-<br />

TEXAS<br />

李 宇 ⼼、<br />

江 家 榮<br />

Skills<br />

cepy4TL8RkfF<br />

W5Er8<br />

The 11th NE<strong>CLTA</strong><br />

Annual Conference<br />

新 英 格 兰 地 区 中 ⽂<br />

教 师 协 会 第 ⼗⼀ 届<br />

中 ⽂ 教 学 国 际 会 议<br />

Keynote Speaker:<br />

Professor Erwin<br />

Tschirner; 5 Panels<br />

and 30 presentations<br />

from NE<strong>CLTA</strong><br />

members<br />

9am-6pm ET,<br />

10/1 (Sat)<br />

In person<br />

conference at<br />

Tufts University,<br />

register here:<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

NE<strong>CLTA</strong>2022<br />

NE<strong>CLTA</strong><br />

吴 瑜<br />

1st <strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ<br />

Conference<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ members<br />

9:30am-11:30am<br />

PT, 10/1 (Sat)<br />

Register here:<br />

arizonaclta@gm<br />

ail.com<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ<br />

谢 雯 静<br />

Show What you<br />

Know<br />

Events( SWYKE):<br />

Pluriliteracies<br />

Dr. Perez Marrero<br />

Antonio Sergio<br />

11:00 am-12:30pm<br />

ET, 10/01 (Sat)<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

3QQdr3G<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

K-12<br />

刘 仙 泉 、<br />

关 春 梅<br />

through drama<br />

Content-Based<br />

Learning in<br />

Language<br />

Heather Sweetser<br />

4:45pm-6:15pm ET,<br />

10/12 (Wed)<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

3TO53DE<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

K-12<br />

刘 仙 泉 、<br />

关 春 梅<br />

Classrooms<br />

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https://<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIGs:<br />

cmu.zoom.us/j/<br />

跨 学 科 ⾼ 年<br />

北 美 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬ 系 列<br />

讲 座 (⼗)<br />

王 蒨 , 王 祥 宁 , 刘 ⾦<br />

8:00-9:30PM,<br />

10/14 (Fri)<br />

99925320900?<br />

pwd=YndDalkr<br />

Y0k4NWV6Qm<br />

级 中 ⽂ 教<br />

学 、 初 中 级<br />

中 ⽂ 教 学 、<br />

刘 刚<br />

4vaUZwcElyQT<br />

项 ⽬<br />

09<br />

衔 接<br />

Culturally<br />

Responsive<br />

Strategies to Use<br />

with English<br />

Mr. Lee Perez<br />

11:00am-12:30pm<br />

ET, 10/15 (Sat)<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

3QJgtH0<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-<br />

SIG:K-12<br />

刘 仙 泉 、<br />

关 春 梅<br />

Language Learners(<br />

ELLs)<br />

Leading with<br />

Cognition: How to<br />

Implement the<br />

Nebraska WL<br />

Dr. Chrystal & Dr.<br />

Nick Ziegler<br />

4:45-6:15 pm ET,<br />

10/19 (Wed)<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

3RinsGi<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

K-12<br />

刘 仙 泉 、<br />

关 春 梅<br />

Standards<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-VA 维 州 中<br />

⽂ 教 师 学 会 秋 季 ⼯<br />

作 坊<br />

1. 曾 妙 芬<br />

2. 陆 璐<br />

10:00am-3:00pm,<br />

10/22 (Sat)<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-VA<br />

苏 芊<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIGs:<br />

Intercultural<br />

汉 语 教 学 中 语 ⾔ 与<br />

⽂ 化<br />

关 系 座 谈 会<br />

座 谈 会 形 式 , 开 始<br />

由 张 永 芳 、 王 建<br />

芬 、 贾 俊 卿 导 入<br />

8:00-9:15 pm ET,<br />

10/22 (Sat)<br />

https://<br />

wofford.zoom.u<br />

s/j/99664897533<br />

Competence<br />

&<br />

Context-<br />

王 建 芬 、<br />

张 永 芳<br />

based<br />

Curriculum<br />

The Use of<br />

Multimodality in<br />

World Language<br />

Dr. Fei Yu<br />

11:00-12:30 pm ET,<br />

10/29 (Sat)<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

3BLDEdx<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

K-12<br />

刘 仙 泉 、<br />

关 春 梅<br />

Classrooms<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (<strong>CLTA</strong>)<br />

美 國 中 ⽂ 教 師 學 會 ( 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 )<br />

Website: https://clta-us.org E-mail: clta@andrew.cmu.edu<br />

Title<br />

报 告 主 题<br />

汉 语 融 媒 词 典 和<br />

汉 语 教 学<br />

“ 北 美 学 校 的 中 ⽂<br />

项 ⽬” 系 列 讲 座<br />

(⼗⼀)<br />

Exploring the<br />

Forbidden City and<br />

Sharing DEI<br />

Practices<br />

Interactive Online<br />

Instructions in a<br />

Flipped Russian<br />

Speaker<br />

主 讲 ⼈<br />

杨 ⽟ 玲<br />

鲍 莹 玲<br />

蒋 冕 华<br />

⽥ 野<br />

胡 静<br />

廖 伸 展<br />

蒋 冕 华<br />

Olha<br />

Tytarenko<br />

Classroom<br />

ACTFL / <strong>CLTA</strong> 2022<br />

Conference<br />

2022 年 11⽉ 活 动 表<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List (November, 2022)<br />

Time 时 间<br />

ET=Eastern Time;<br />

CT=Central Time;<br />

PT=Pacific Time<br />

8:00-9:30pm ET,<br />

11/5 (Sat)<br />

8:00-9:30pm ET,<br />

11/11 (Fri)<br />

10am-1pm ET,<br />

11/12 (Sat)<br />

11:00am-12:30pm<br />

ET, 11/12 (Sat)<br />

Zoom link<br />

活 动 链 接<br />

https://yale.zoom.us/j/<br />

97429119925<br />

https://cmu.zoom.us/j/<br />

99925320900?<br />

pwd=YndDalkrY0k4N<br />

WV6Qm4vaUZwcEly<br />

QT09<br />

In person, Wilmington<br />

Friends School, DE<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

3CFWBQp<br />

Organizer<br />

组 织 ⽅<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG: 初<br />

中 级<br />

教 学<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIGs: 跨<br />

学 科 ⾼ 年 级 中<br />

⽂ 教 学 , 初 中<br />

级 教 学 ,<br />

Program<br />

articulation<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-Taoli<br />

Mid-Atlantic<br />

NDOE &<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG K12<br />

Contact<br />

person<br />

联 系 ⼈<br />

梁 宁 辉<br />

刘 刚<br />

蒋 冕 华<br />

刘 仙 泉<br />

关 春 梅<br />

11/18 (Fri)-11/20 (Sun), Boston. See conference program for details at<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> website . Conference Registration at ACTFL<br />

site: <br />

Come to visit the <strong>CLTA</strong> exhibition booth (Booth #2030) at the ACTFL 2022 Convention to learn more<br />

about <strong>CLTA</strong>, get updates and network with your <strong>CLTA</strong> fellows. 11/18 Friday - 11/20 Sunday, Boston, MA.<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> 欢 迎 您 !<br />

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Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (<strong>CLTA</strong>)<br />

美 國 中 ⽂ 教 師 學 會 ( 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 )<br />

Website: https://clta-us.org E-mail: clta@andrew.cmu.edu<br />

2022 年 12⽉ 活 动 表<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List (December, 2022)<br />

Happy Holidays! 祝 各 位 ⽼ 师 12⽉ 岁 末 节 ⽇ 愉 快 !<br />

Title<br />

报 告 主 题<br />

国 际 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬ 品 牌 发<br />

展 战 略 论 坛<br />

Speaker<br />

主 讲 ⼈<br />

特 邀 10 位 美<br />

中 专 家 ⽼ 师<br />

Time 时 间<br />

ET=Eastern Time;<br />

CT=Central Time;<br />

PT=Pacific Time<br />

7:30-10:30pm (ET),<br />

Dec 9 (Fri)<br />

Zoom link<br />

活 动 链 接<br />

Organizer<br />

组 织 ⽅<br />

Zoom (TBA) <strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG: 跨 学<br />

科 ⾼ 年 级 教 学<br />

Contact<br />

person<br />

联 系 ⼈<br />

刘 刚<br />

郦 帅<br />

演 讲<br />

北 语 出 版 社 北 美<br />

分 社<br />

2022 年 北 卡 中 ⽂ 教 学<br />

活 动 分 享 会<br />

如 何 将 跨 ⽂ 化 交 际 能<br />

⼒ 融 入 外 语 教 学<br />

(NE<strong>CLTA</strong> 2022<br />

北 卡 中 ⽂ 教<br />

师 学 会 理 事<br />

慕 冰<br />

1:00-2:00pm,<br />

Dec 11 (Sun)<br />

7:00-8:45pm,<br />

Dec 15 (Thu)<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong><br />

Zoom (TBA) <strong>CLTA</strong>-NC 北 卡 中<br />

https://bit.ly/<br />

neclta2022w<br />

orkshop<br />

⽂ 教 师 学 会<br />

NE<strong>CLTA</strong> 新 英 格<br />

兰 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会<br />

劉 羿 彣<br />

汪 洋<br />

秋 季 ⼯ 作 坊 )<br />

⽹ 上 中 ⽂ 教 与 学 :<br />

CMU OLI ⽹ 上 中 ⽂ 经<br />

吴 素 美<br />

7:00-8:00pm (ET),<br />

Dec 16 (Fri)<br />

Zoom (TBA) <strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG: 汉 语<br />

教 师 综 合 素 养 论<br />

胡 ⽂ 泽<br />

吳 素 美<br />

验 谈<br />

(Chinese Online<br />

Teaching and Learning:<br />

The CMU OLI Chinese<br />

坛<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-WPA 西 宾<br />

州 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会<br />

Online Experience)<br />

教 海 拾 贝 : 中 ⽂ 语 法 点<br />

的 发 现 、 研 究 与 教 学<br />

朱 永 平<br />

8:00-9:30pm,<br />

Dec 16 (Fri)<br />

TBA<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG: 语 法<br />

教 学 与 研 究<br />

刘 锦 城<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


电 影 ⼩ 组 开 放 讨 论 --<br />

聊 聊 国 漫 电 影 《 新 神<br />

电 影 ⼩ 组<br />

核 ⼼ 成 员<br />

8:00-9:00pm,<br />

Dec 17 (Sat)<br />

TBA<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG 中 ⽂ 電<br />

影 教 學 興 趣 ⼩ 組<br />

蔡 罗 ⼀<br />

榜 : 杨 戬 》 与 中 ⽂ 教 学<br />

体 演 ⽂ 化 教 学 法 新 书<br />

作 者 座 谈 会<br />

威 廉 ⼤ 学 虞<br />

莉 采 访 王 建<br />

芬 、 贾 君 卿<br />

引 发 讨 论<br />

7:00-8:30pm,<br />

Dec 17 (Sat)<br />

https://<br />

wofford.zoo<br />

m.us/j/<br />

7666461278<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

Intercultural<br />

Competence <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

王 建 芬<br />

张 永 芳<br />

Context-based<br />

Interdisciplinary<br />

游 ⽬ 骋 怀 : ⾼ 中 与 ⼤ 学<br />

中 ⽂ 项 ⽬ 的 书 法 教 学<br />

吕 吉 宁<br />

赵 冉<br />

7:00-8:30pm<br />

Dec 28 (Wed)<br />

https://<br />

virginia.zoo<br />

m.us/j/<br />

CFL Curriculum<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

Program<br />

Articulation<br />

赵 冉<br />

5333530126<br />

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Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (<strong>CLTA</strong>)<br />

美 國 中 ⽂ 教 師 學 會 ( 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 )<br />

Website: https://clta-us.org E-mail: clta@andrew.cmu.edu<br />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 1⽉ 活 动 表 <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List (<strong>January</strong>, <strong>2023</strong>)<br />

Happy New Year! 祝 各 位 ⽼ 师 新 年 快 乐 !<br />

Title<br />

报 告 主 题<br />

Looking ahead:<br />

New Year and<br />

New Possibilities<br />

for WLs<br />

初 中 级 课 堂 中 的<br />

⽂ 化 教 学 与 跨 ⽂<br />

Speaker<br />

主 讲 ⼈<br />

Tom<br />

Welch<br />

虞 莉<br />

Time 时 间<br />

ET=Eastern Time;<br />

CT=Central Time;<br />

PT=Pacific Time<br />

4:45-6:15pm ET,<br />

1/18/<strong>2023</strong> (Wed)<br />

7-8:30pm ET,<br />

1/28/23 (Sat)<br />

Zoom link<br />

活 动 链 接<br />

https://tinyurl.com/<br />

<strong>2023</strong>NDEWLGuest01<br />

https://yale.zoom.us/j/<br />

94898902164<br />

Organizer<br />

组 织 ⽅<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

K12、 内 布 拉 斯<br />

加 州 教 育 局 、 奥<br />

马 哈 公 ⽴ 学 校<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG:<br />

初 中 级 中 ⽂ 教 学<br />

Contact<br />

person<br />

联 系 ⼈<br />

刘 仙 泉 <br />

关 春 梅<br />

梁 宁 辉<br />

化 能 ⼒ 培 养<br />

1st <strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ<br />

1st Round due on<br />

群<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ<br />

Grace Xie<br />

Student Speech<br />

Jan 31st (Tue)<br />

Competition<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (<strong>CLTA</strong>)<br />

美 國 中 ⽂ 教 師 學 會 ( 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 )<br />

Website: https://clta-us.org E-mail: clta@andrew.cmu.edu <br />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 2⽉ 活 动 表 <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List (February, <strong>2023</strong>)<br />

Happy Lunar New Year! 祝 各 位 ⽼ 师 新 春 佳 节 吉 祥 快 乐 !<br />

Title<br />

报 告 主 题<br />

Speaker<br />

主 讲 ⼈<br />

Time 时 间<br />

ET=Eastern Time;<br />

CT=Central Time;<br />

PT=Pacific Time<br />

Zoom link<br />

活 动 链 接<br />

Organizer<br />

组 织 ⽅<br />

Contact<br />

person<br />

联 系 ⼈<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-TX <br />

陈 怡 静 7:30-9pm CT, 2/18<br />

Event information is at https://<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-TX<br />

春 季 研 习<br />

7:30-9pm CT, 2/19<br />

drive.google.com/file/d/<br />

1JToTjONQvYTCyDIy1fZE<br />

HvaSLVTX3rtR/view<br />

Attractive<br />

Shunqin Li 11:00-12:00 pm ET,<br />

Registration link is https://<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> SIG<br />

刘 先 泉<br />

Chinese<br />

2/4/<strong>2023</strong><br />

tinyurl.com/<br />

K12<br />

关 春 梅<br />

Character and<br />

<strong>2023</strong>NDEWLGuest01<br />

Instruction<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ 1st<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ<br />

9:00-1:00 (Arizona<br />

In person <strong>CLTA</strong>-AZ Grace Xie<br />

Chinese Speech<br />

Student<br />

Time), 2/25/<strong>2023</strong><br />

Competition<br />

Event<br />

(Final)<br />

Committee<br />

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<strong>CLTA</strong> Membership Benefits<br />

WELCOME! JOIN <strong>CLTA</strong> TODAY!!<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> HEADQUARTERS<br />

Website: https://clta-us.org<br />

E-mail: clta@andrew.cmu.edu<br />

In addition to career development resources and opportunities to network with CFL K-16 professionals, below are<br />

some highlights of <strong>CLTA</strong> members’ privileges:<br />

•To be included in the <strong>CLTA</strong> LISTSERV and receive prompt announcements including job advertisements from<br />

the <strong>CLTA</strong> Headquarters<br />

•To apply for awards and grants sponsored by <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

•To join <strong>CLTA</strong> Special Interest Groups (<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIGs) for free<br />

•To access <strong>CLTA</strong> publications such as the CSL Journal, <strong>Newsletter</strong>, K-12 CLT Journal & Selection of <strong>CLTA</strong> K-12<br />

Outstanding Chinese Works<br />

•To publish personal and institutional news in the <strong>Newsletter</strong><br />

•To receive information on meetings and conferences sponsored by <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

•To attend, present papers at, and organize panels for these meetings and conferences at discounted rates<br />

•To elect members to the Board of Directors<br />

•To be nominated and elected as members of the Board of Directors<br />

•To attend <strong>CLTA</strong> sponsored activities for free or at a discounted rate<br />

•To nominate students to join the National Collegiate Chinese Honor Society<br />

•To nominate K-12 students to submit their work to the “Selection of <strong>CLTA</strong> K-12 Outstanding Chinese Works” <br />

And more…<br />

NEW! Introduction to <strong>CLTA</strong> short video: Watch the video to learn more about <strong>CLTA</strong> -- who we are and what benefits<br />

we provide for Chinese language educators<br />

(1) Introduction to <strong>CLTA</strong> (Narration in Chinese) https://youtu.be/lN-UFTPEnMs<br />

(2) Introduction to <strong>CLTA</strong> (Narration in English) https://youtu.be/1BQpG5B98k8<br />

Check out the <strong>CLTA</strong> monthly events lists since July 2020: https://clta-us.org/news/clta-events/<br />

Have a smooth and successful spring semester of <strong>2023</strong>!<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


Connected Globally —<br />

Open Resources &<br />

International Conferences


Chat<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 36


Spring <strong>2023</strong><br />

Online Outreach Series<br />

Register Here.<br />

Zoom Link: https://virginia.zoom.us/j/3806269628<br />

February<br />

01<br />

February<br />

22<br />

7:00-8:30 PM Eastern Time in the U.S.<br />

Open Educational Resources: Navigating the<br />

OER Pressbooks Platform for Free Downloads<br />

Presenter: Miao-Fen Tseng<br />

Designing Student-Centered Tasks by Using<br />

Authentic Materials<br />

Presenters: Daphne Monroy, Yan Liang, Pei-Ying Gosselin<br />

March<br />

24<br />

April<br />

26<br />

May<br />

31<br />

A Case Study of Task-Based Teaching: My<br />

Dream Trip<br />

Presenters: Hong Li, Xuan Weng, Shi Jiang, Junyao Wu, Huayi Lin<br />

Applying Task-Based Design and Creating<br />

Authenticity in Advanced Level Courses<br />

Presenters: Lin Zhu, Li Xiang<br />

Leadership at the Crux of Social Justice and<br />

Instructional Technology in World Language<br />

Education<br />

Presenter: Kathryn Murphy-Judy<br />

Please contact Dr. Pei-Ying Gosselin at<br />

peiyinggosselin@gmail.com for further questions.


Spring <strong>2023</strong> Online Outreach Series<br />

美 国 弗 吉 尼 亚 ⼤ 学 真 实 任 务 化 教 学 公 益 讲 座 系 列<br />

<br />

<br />

The Ins(tute of World Languages and the Chinese Language Program of the<br />

Department of East Asian languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of<br />

Virginia humbly present two online events to serve the global Chinese language<br />

teaching community. The two events aim to share open educa6onal resources and<br />

foster professional exchange through the UVA STARTALK Leaders for Tomorrow<br />

Series. You are cordially invited to join us in discussing the future of Chinese<br />

language teaching and learning in the post-methods era. The events are free of<br />

charge and open to Chinese language educators in the globe. Please contact Dr. Pei-<br />

Ying Gosselin at peiyinggosselin@gmail.com for further informa(on or assistance.<br />

ZOOM link: 3806269628<br />

hVps://virginia.zoom.us/j/3806269628<br />

Registra6on: hVps://forms.gle/WgjgRudoNC5UCPFT8<br />

EVENT 1: Open Educa6onal Resources<br />

<br />

Date: Wednesday, February 1, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Time: 7:00-8:30PM (Eastern 6me in the US)<br />

Topic: Open Educa(onal Resources: Naviga(ng the OER Pressbooks Pla]orm for Free<br />

Downloads 真 实 任 务 化 教 学 免 费 教 学 资 源 下 载 展 ⽰<br />

Presenter: Miao-fen Tseng 曾 妙 芬 (Daniels Family NEH Dis(nguished Teaching<br />

Professor, Director of the Ins(tute of World Languages, University of Virginia)<br />

Moderator: Ran Zhao 赵 冉 (Associate Professor, General Faculty, Director of the<br />

Chinese Language Program, University of Virginia)<br />

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Following the comple(on of the NEH (Na(onal Endowment for the Humani(es) talk<br />

series in fall 2022, the four recorded videos are now accessible on YouTube. In this<br />

presenta(on, the presenter will review the essen(als for crea(ng the technologymediated<br />

task-based course and demonstrate how teachers and students can<br />

navigate and interact with the OER pla]orm and download materials. Units on<br />

Siheyuan and Chinese cuisine are highlighted and seamlessly connected with pretasks,<br />

core-tasks, and post-tasks to embody authen(city. <br />

EVENT 2: UVA STARTALK Leaders for Tomorrow Series<br />

Date: Wednesday, February 22, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Time: 7:00-8:30PM (Eastern 6me in the US)<br />

Topic: Designing Student-Centered Tasks by Using Authen(c Materials<br />

真 实 任 务 化 教 学 ( 初 中 组 )<br />

Presenters: Daphne Monroy 李 佳 芳 (The Haverford School)<br />

Yan Liang 梁 岩 (Washington Interna(onal School)<br />

Pei-Ying Gosselin 林 佩 颖 (The Archer School for Girls)<br />

Pei-Chi Chuang 庄 佩 琪 (Jonas Clarke Middle School)<br />

Moderator: Ziyi Geng 耿 ⼦ 怡 (Teaching Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University)<br />

Four UVA STARTALK fellow teachers in the middle school group will present what<br />

they have learned and how they have applied their knowledge and skills to teach in<br />

online and in-person classroom sedngs. They will illustrate the design of studentcentered<br />

tasks with authen(c materials, showcase their students’ work, and share<br />

reflec(ons on how to improve their lesson plans.<br />

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Date: Friday, March 24, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Time: 7:00-8:30PM (Eastern 6me in the US)<br />

Topic: A Case Study of Task-Based Teaching: My Dream Trip<br />

真 实 任 务 化 教 学 (⾼ 中 组 )<br />

Presenters: Hong Li 李 红 (North Carolina School of Science and Mathema(cs)<br />

Xuan Weng 翁 璇 (McDonogh School)<br />

Shi Jiang 蒋 诗 (University School)<br />

Junyao Wu 吴 君 瑶 (High School for Dual Language & Asian Studies)<br />

Huayi Lin 林 华 ⼀ (Cas(lleja School)<br />

Moderator: Luoyi Cai 蔡 罗 ⼀ (Teaching Assistant Professor, University of North<br />

Carolina at Chapel-Hill)<br />

Five high school teachers will recap their learning journey at UVA STARTALK in 2021.<br />

They will present on the design of the thema(c unit, post-program teaching in local<br />

classrooms, students’ feedback, and reflec(ons on further development of their<br />

lesson plans.<br />

Date: Wednesday, April 26, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Time: 7:00-8:30PM (Eastern 6me in the US)<br />

Topics: 1) Applying Task-Based Design in Teaching at an Advanced Level Using<br />

YouTube Videos 2) Crea(ng Authen(city in Intermediate and Advanced Chinese<br />

Language Courses<br />

真 实 任 务 化 教 学 (⼤ 学 组 )<br />

Presenters: Lin Zhu 朱 琳 (Director of Chinese Language Program,<br />

Professor of Prac(ce, Tulane University), Li Xiang 项 莉 (Faculty Specialist, Western<br />

Michigan University)<br />

Moderator: Miao-fen Tseng 曾 妙 芬 (Daniels Family NEH Dis(nguished Teaching<br />

Professor and Director of the Ins(tute of World Languages; University of Virginia)<br />

<br />

The two presentations to be delivered by the college group will include takeaways<br />

and reflections on participating in summer intensive training at 2021 UVA<br />

STARTALK. College teachers will demonstrate how to adjust lesson plans to meet<br />

the needs of local classrooms and how to transform ideals into reality in post-program<br />

teaching in fall. Recommendations for future teaching will be given at the end of the<br />

presentation. <br />

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Date: Wednesday, May 31, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Time: 7:00-8:30PM (Eastern Time in the US)<br />

GUEST SPEAKER 特 邀 演 讲<br />

Topic: Leadership at the Crux of Social Jus(ce and Instruc(onal Technology in World<br />

Language Educa(on<br />

Presenter: Kathryn Murphy-Judy (Emerita and Dis(nguished Career Professor,<br />

Virginia Commonwealth University)<br />

Moderator: Yan Gao ⾼ 燕 (Henrico County Public Schools)<br />

As instruc(onal technologies emerge, they have been rou(nely hailed as tools<br />

promo(ng equity, access, and inclusivity to diverse bodies of learners. Research<br />

shows, however, that such tools are only marginally successful with<br />

underrepresented and vulnerable student popula(ons for many reasons (Ortega<br />

2017). Indeed, emergency remote teaching (ERT) online in the wake of COVID-19<br />

exposed the extent to which the learning outcomes of so-called minority students—<br />

whatever the systema(c and nega(ve impact of race, gender, ethnicity, ableness,<br />

neurotypicality, age, economic status, na(onality has been in face-to-face classroom<br />

learning—tended to be magnified during ERT for certain groups (Adam 2020). Yet, it<br />

is not the technologies that are at fault but rather underlying biases and systemic<br />

barriers found in the imagery of learners and their communi(es (Anya 2021); the<br />

privileging of learning approaches and modali(es designed by and for majority group<br />

learners (Rohs & Ganz 2015); limited access to appropriate and sufficient hardware,<br />

soqware, and broadband speed (Atski & Perrin 2021); problema(c environmental<br />

condi(ons conducive to aVen(on, focus, and perseverance; unsuppor(ve social and<br />

emo(onal learning contexts and skills; tutoring, scaffolding, and support structures<br />

and offerings; and what is called the monolingual or English problem in computer<br />

assisted language learning (CALL) and second language acquisi(on (SLA) in general<br />

(Bluendgen-Kostens 2022, Ortega 2017, Sauro 2016). This session looks to<br />

problema(ze our thinking, prac(ces, and technology usage in order to unleash our<br />

leadership poten(al in technology-enhanced world language educa(on for a diverse,<br />

equitable, accessible, inclusive, pluricultural world.<br />

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《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 与 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 学 国 际 学 术 研 讨 会 摘 要 汇 编 <br />

2022 年 9⽉24⽇<br />

<br />

主 旨 发 ⾔ 摘 要 ( 按 发 ⾔ 顺 序 排 列 )<br />

中 ⽂ 教 学 资 源 研 发 中 的 “ 标 准 ” 尺 度 <br />

赵 杨 北 京 ⼤ 学 <br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 体 现 了 对 中 ⽂ 特 点 和 中 ⽂ 教 学 规 律 的 深 刻 认 识 和 总 结 ,<br />

是 中 ⽂ 教 学 资 源 研 发 遵 循 的 尺 度 。 报 告 首 先 就 标 准 特 点 做 简 要 解 读 , 随 后 重 点 介 绍 如 何 基 于<br />

标 准 开 展 不 同 类 型 的 教 学 资 源 研 发 , 探 讨 了 标 准 与 资 源 研 发 的 “ 多 元 ⼀ 体 ” 关 系 。 报 告 强 调 ,<br />

标 准 建 设 与 资 源 研 发 是 相 辅 相 成 的 关 系 , 标 准 指 导 资 源 研 发 , 同 时 资 源 研 发 及 相 关 研 究 也 会<br />

促 进 标 准 建 设 。<br />

<br />

如 何 认 识 和 使 用 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 的 音 节 表 <br />

曹 ⽂ 北 京 语 ⾔⼤ 学 <br />

在 对 外 汉 语 教 学 界 , 汉 语 音 节 的 特 性 及 重 要 性 长 久 以 来 并 未 得 到 ⾜ 够 的 重 视 。 情 况 在 ⼗ 多 年<br />

前 有 所 改 变 —— 主 要 体 现 在 《 汉 语 国 际 教 育 用 音 节 汉 字 词 汇 等 级 划 分 》 的 出 版 。 报 告 简 要 回<br />

顾 了 《 等 级 划 分 》 纳 ⼊ 音 节 的 理 据 , 并 就 其 后 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 音 节 表 的<br />

使 用 法 提 供 了 ⼀ 些 思 路 。<br />

<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 在 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 学 中 的 运 用 <br />

白 建 华 肯 杨 ⼤ 学 <br />

本 次 讲 座 旨 在 探 讨 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 在 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 学 中 的 运 用 。 首 先 将 介<br />

绍 标 准 的 内 容 , 然 后 讨 论 标 准 对 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 学 和 教 师 发 展 的 指 导 作 用 。 例 如 ,《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教<br />

育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 有 助 于 国 际 中 ⽂ 课 程 各 阶 段 的 教 学 目 标 , 教 学 内 容 , 教 学 活 动 及 考 试<br />

标 准 更 加 明 确 , 也 有 助 于 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 师 更 系 统 地 规 划 语 ⾔ 教 学 中 的 语 ⾔ 要 素 , 交 际 功 能 及 跨<br />

⽂ 化 交 际 能 ⼒ 培 养 的 同 步 发 展 , 从 ⽽ 更 有 效 地 培 养 学 ⽣ 的 中 ⽂ 交 际 能 ⼒。<br />

The new Chinese Proficiency Grading Standards: A United States Government (USG)<br />

Perspective<br />

Scott McGinnis Defense Language Institute<br />

This presentation will provide the perspective of a former Chinese language teacher, who has, for<br />

over the past two decades, not been teaching Chinese, but has continued professional activity in the<br />

Chinese language pedagogy field. After providing a conceptual overview of how “proficiency” is<br />

defined by a number of national and international organizations, it will be conceded that languagespecific<br />

proficiency standards necessarily must be significantly different from the more global ones<br />

developed by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and the<br />

Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR). With regard to the new Chinese Proficiency Grading<br />

Standards, it will be noted that they are primarily linguistically based and quantitatively driven,<br />

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particularly with regard to written language literacy. However, it will also be noted that USG<br />

language teaching institutions such as the Defense Language Institute (DLI) also base Chinese<br />

language proficiency levels in part on character competency on a quantitative basis.<br />

翻 译 作 为 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 标 准 <br />

刘 乐 宁 哥 伦 比 亚 ⼤ 学 <br />

本 讲 首 先 肯 定 新 的 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 ⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 将 翻 译 作 为 能 ⼒ 标 准 之 ⼀ 的 重 要 意 义 。 讲<br />

者 对 比 国 内 语 ⽂ 教 育 和 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 , 对 比 两 代 海 外 汉 学 家 的 翻 译 能 ⼒, 指 出 , 在 听 说 读 写<br />

之 外 , 将 翻 译 列 于 新 的 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 ⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 是 该 标 准 的 重 ⼤ 贡 献 , 有 其 必 要 性 和<br />

迫 切 性 。 随 后 , 讲 者 从 翻 译 作 为 教 学 法 , 翻 译 作 为 测 试 ⽅ 法 , 翻 译 作 为 语 ⾔ 输 出 三 个 ⽅ 面 具<br />

体 论 述 了 “ 翻 译 ” 对 于 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 的 重 要 意 义 。 作 为 ⼀ 线 教 师 , 讲 者 利 用 ⼤ 量 现 代 汉 语 和 古<br />

代 汉 语 教 学 的 实 例 说 明 自 ⼰ 的 观 点 。 讲 者 的 结 论 是 , 翻 译 不 仅 是 中 ⽂ 学 习 者 的 能 ⼒ 标 准 之<br />

⼀, 也 是 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 从 业 者 的 重 要 能 ⼒ 标 准 。<br />

<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 与 教 师 评 估 <br />

梁 霞 圣 路 易 斯 华 盛 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

报 告 将 首 先 归 纳 对 中 ⽂ 教 师 进 ⾏ 教 学 评 估 时 常 采 用 的 ⼏ 种 基 本 ⽅ 式 ; 继 ⽽ 探 讨 如 何 将 《 国 际<br />

中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 应 用 于 教 师 评 估 的 不 同 环 节 , 如 在 教 师 选 拔 与 聘 用 、 同 ⾏ 课 堂<br />

观 摩 、 学 ⽣ 教 学 反 馈 、 教 学 档 案 的 建 立 、 主 管 部 门 的 评 估 、 教 学 材 料 的 准 备 以 及 教 师 自 我 陈<br />

述 报 告 的 拟 定 等 过 程 中 的 具 体 运 用 ⽅ 法 ; 最 后 提 出 结 论 : 新 《 标 准 》 为 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 的 发 展<br />

包 括 教 师 评 估 的 专 业 化 提 供 了 ⼀ 条 更 加 科 学 、 有 效 和 具 体 的 途 径 , 值 得 我 们 每 位 中 ⽂ 教 师 认<br />

真 学 习 并 努 ⼒ 应 用 于 中 ⽂ 教 学 的 诸 多 ⽅ 面 。<br />

⼩ 组 发 ⾔ 摘 要 ( 按 发 ⾔ 顺 序 排 列 )<br />

<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 在 语 ⾔ 教 学 和 测 试 中 应 用 的 实 操 性 探 讨 <br />

笪 骏 中 田 纳 西 州 立 ⼤ 学 <br />

在 美 国 的 ⼆ 语 教 学 环 境 中 , 由 ACTFL 等 组 织 编 制 的 World-Readiness Standards for Learning<br />

Languages 定 义 了 语 ⾔ 教 学 的 总 体 目 标 和 内 容 , 同 时 ACTFL 制 定 的 Proficiency Guidelines 描 述<br />

了 学 习 者 各 个 语 ⾔⽔ 平 发 展 阶 段 的 评 估 标 准 。⽽ 供 教 师 和 学 习 者 等 将 这 两 个 标 准 贯 彻 到 具 体<br />

实 践 的 ⼀ 个 细 化 参 考 ⽂ 档 则 是 NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements。。《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂<br />

⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 是 类 似 于 ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines 的 语 ⾔⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 。 本 ⽂ 参 照 上 述<br />

的 两 个 美 国 标 准 并 基 于 作 者 在 美 国 ⾼ 校 从 事 语 ⾔ 教 学 和 教 师 培 训 ⼯ 作 的 经 验 从 三 个 ⽅ 面 探 讨<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 的 实 际 操 作 可 ⾏ 性 :1) 标 准 本 身 质 性 表 述 的 可 操 作<br />

性 ;2) 有 助 于 标 准 落 地 的 配 套 资 源 ;3) 词 汇 和 语 法 等 量 化 指 标 的 可 操 作 性 。 基 于 这 三 个 ⽅<br />

面 的 讨 论 , 本 ⽂ 就 该 标 准 的 落 地 和 推 ⼴ 提 出 了 ⼀ 些 资 源 和 ⼯ 具 开 发 ⽅ 面 的 建 议 。 <br />

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标 准 考 试 在 罗 德 岛 ⼤ 学 领 航 核 ⼼ 教 学 ⼤ 纲 中 的 作 用 <br />

何 ⽂ 潮 罗 德 岛 ⼤ 学 <br />

本 次 发 ⾔ 将 谈 谈 什 么 是 标 准 考 试 , 罗 德 岛 ⼤ 学 中 ⽂ 领 航 项 目 是 如 何 把 标 准 考 试 跟 领 航 核 ⼼ 教<br />

学 ⼤ 纲 相 结 合 , 指 导 领 航 教 学 的 , 以 及 这 些 年 的 ⼀ 些 成 功 经 验 和 体 会 。 进 ⽽ 把 领 航 使 用 的 标 <br />

准 考 试 跟 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 做 ⼀ 些 比 较 , 讨 论 跟 现 在 领 航 教 学 的 互 补 性 , 提 出<br />

在 今 后 教 学 中 如 何 引 ⼊⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 的 ⼀ 些 看 法 和 建 议 。<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 与 《 美 国 外 语 教 学 委 员 会 语 ⽂ 能 ⼒⼤ 纲 》<br />

的 等 级 匹 配 建 议 <br />

张 洁 俄 克 拉 荷 马 ⼤ 学 <br />

本 报 告 对 比 研 究 中 国 新 发 布 的 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 和 美 国 外 语 界 最 为 权 威 最<br />

为 ⼴ 泛 使 用 的 《 美 国 外 语 教 学 委 员 会 语 ⽂ 能 ⼒⼤ 纲 》, 探 讨 两 份 ⼤ 纲 在 考 量 标 准 、 等 级 描 述<br />

等 ⽅ 面 相 匹 配 和 相 补 充 的 ⽅ 面 , 给 出 等 级 匹 配 建 议 , 从 ⽽ 讨 论 《 等 级 标 准 》 在 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 学<br />

界 如 何 实 现 顺 利 落 地 。<br />

国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 和 ACTFL 外 语 考 试 ⼤ 纲 的 对 接 探 讨 <br />

刘 欢 国 防 语 ⾔ 学 院 <br />

2021 年 发 布 的 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》( 以 下 简 称 《 标 准 》) 为 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 、<br />

教 学 、 测 试 以 及 评 估 提 供 了 规 范 性 、 系 统 性 的 参 考 。 在 美 国 外 语 教 学 中 , 由 美 国 外 语 教 学 委<br />

员 会 以 及 美 国 教 育 考 试 服 务 中 ⼼ 共 同 制 定 的 ACTFL 外 语 考 试 ⼤ 纲 (American Council on the<br />

Teaching of Foreign Languages Proficiency Guidelines) 已 成 为 美 国 外 语 教 学 的 指 导 ⽅ 针 , 被<br />

⼴ 泛 运 用 于 外 语 能 ⼒ 的 综 合 评 估 中 。《 标 准 》 与 ACTFL 量 表 各 有 特 点 , 两 者 对 接 会 使 《 标<br />

准 》 在 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 育 领 域 发 挥 更 ⼤ 的 指 导 作 用 。《 标 准 》 对 音 节 、 汉 字 、 词 汇 、 语 法 的 量<br />

化 也 可 以 为 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 学 、 测 试 和 评 估 提 供 具 体 参 考 。 本 研 究 通 过 问 卷 调 查 的 ⽅ 式 , 基 于 13<br />

位 中 ⽂ 教 师 依 据 《 标 准 》 对 七 份 中 ⽂ 样 本 的 评 估 , 初 步 探 讨 了 《 标 准 》 与 ACTFL 量 表 对 接 的<br />

可 能 性 以 及 对 接 ⽅ 法 。 根 据 问 卷 调 查 结 果 , 本 研 究 也 讨 论 了 《 标 准 》 如 何 弥 补 ACTFL 量 表 在<br />

评 定 中 ⽂ 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 时 的 不 ⾜, 以 及 《 标 准 》 在 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 育 、 教 学 、 测 试 以 及 评 估 中 的 应 用 。<br />

对 「 新 标 准 」 的 ⼏ 点 思 考 <br />

Matt Coss 乔 治 华 盛 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

本 报 告 结 合 新 标 准 对 以 下 三 ⽅ 面 提 出 ⼏ 点 思 考 : 汉 外 语 学 习 者 的 就 业 前 景 、 中 美 合 作 留 学 项<br />

目 的 衔 接 、 汉 外 语 项 目 中 的 测 试 与 评 估 , 并 且 提 出 灵 活 运 用 新 标 准 的 必 要 性 与 ⽅ 式 , 从 ⽽<br />

使 新 标 准 在 美 国 ⼤ 学 ⽣ 的 汉 语 学 习 之 旅 中 得 到 充 分 的 发 挥 。<br />

基 于 标 准 的 k-12 汉 语 教 学 与 测 试 ——《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 的 借 鉴 意 义 <br />

李 启 洁 首 都 师 范 ⼤ 学 / 圣 克 劳 德 州 立 ⼤ 学 <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


近 年 来 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 育 低 龄 化 趋 势 明 显 , 政 府 和 教 育 机 构 的 语 ⾔ 政 策 推 动 了 教 学 标 准 和 测 试 体<br />

系 的 建 立 与 完 善 。 各 州 、 学 区 的 中 小 学 汉 语 教 学 和 测 试 ⼤ 多 依 据 ACTFL 标 准 , 但 由 于<br />

ACTFL 是 适 用 于 13 种 语 ⾔ 的 能 ⼒ 标 准 , 对 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 级 别 进 ⾏ 了 定 性 的 描 述 , 未 对 各 级 别 所 涵 <br />

盖 的 语 ⾔ 知 识 、 技 能 、⽂ 化 内 容 等 进 ⾏ 定 量 描 述 。 美 国 k-12 教 学 过 程 的 开 发 度 很 ⼤, 各 州 、<br />

学 区 、 甚 ⾄ 教 师 个 ⼈ 凭 借 经 验 制 定 和 课 程 ⼤ 纲 和 测 试 标 准 与 ACTFL 标 准 接 轨 , 缺 乏 科 学 性 和 <br />

⼀ 致 性 。《 等 级 标 准 》 对 各 级 别 汉 语 能 ⼒ 进 ⾏ 了 定 性 和 定 量 的 描 述 , 为 中 ⽂ 国 际 教 育 提 供 提<br />

供 了 ⼀ 个 符 合 汉 语 特 点 和 汉 语 教 学 规 律 的 科 学 参 照 体 系 , 可 以 与 ACTFL 标 准 互 补 。 为 课 程 设<br />

计 、 教 材 编 写 、 测 试 评 估 提 供 参 考 。《 等 级 标 准 》 的 落 地 路 径 ,⼀⽅ 面 要 结 合 当 地 的 标 准 和<br />

教 学 实 践 进 ⾏ 对 接 ; 另 ⼀⽅ 面 要 通 过 实 证 研 究 验 证 对 接 的 科 学 性 。<br />

《 中 ⽂ 听 说 读 写 》 的 语 法 教 学 -— ⼀ 项 基 于 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》⼤ 纲<br />

的 分 析 <br />

刘 博 、 张 洁 俄 克 拉 荷 马 ⼤ 学 <br />

基 于 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 我 们 考 察 了 美 国 本 ⼟ 最 具 代 表 性 的 初 中 级 中 ⽂ 教 材<br />

《 中 ⽂ 听 说 读 写 》 的 语 法 点 覆 盖 情 况 、 等 级 分 布 、 种 类 分 布 和 介 绍 ⽅ 式 , 对 《 中 ⽂ 听 说 读<br />

写 》 的 语 法 介 绍 提 出 建 议 , 为 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 学 教 材 与 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 接 轨<br />

提 出 参 考 和 借 鉴 。<br />

联 结 与 重 建 :《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 与 北 美 汉 语 教 师 培 养 <br />

耿 ⼦ 怡 维 克 森 林 ⼤ 学 <br />

作 为 首 个 全 面 描 绘 并 评 价 学 习 者 汉 语 语 ⾔ 技 能 和 ⽔ 平 的 规 范 标 准 ,《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平<br />

等 级 标 准 》 为 全 球 汉 语 教 学 界 在 教 学 、 测 试 与 评 估 等 各 个 环 节 都 提 供 了 全 ⽅ 位 、 系 统 化 的 参<br />

考 与 指 导 。 其 中 , 汉 语 教 师 作 为 教 学 的 中 ⼼, 其 对 《 等 级 标 准 》 的 认 知 、 解 读 、 传 递 与 教 学<br />

应 用 对 国 际 汉 语 教 学 的 标 准 化 起 到 ⼗ 分 关 键 的 作 用 。 本 节 发 ⾔ 着 眼 于 北 美 汉 语 教 师 培 养 与 培<br />

训 , 基 于 当 下 教 师 与 教 师 培 训 现 状 , 探 讨 在 北 美 汉 语 教 师 群 体 中 普 及 与 推 ⼴《 等 级 标 准 》 的<br />

途 径 与 模 式 , 并 从 教 师 培 训 项 目 和 汉 语 教 师 本 身 两 个 角 度 , 以 及 “ 联 结 ” 与 “ 重 建 ” 两 个 维 度 提<br />

出 培 训 与 学 习 的 思 考 和 建 议 <br />

ACTFL 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒⽔ 平 标 准 与 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂ 等 级 标 准 的 对 比 与 相 互 借 鉴 -- 从 ACTFL<br />

⼝ 语 能 ⼒ 测 试 、⾼ 年 级 课 程 设 置 和 词 汇 量 谈 起 <br />

吴 瑜 罗 德 岛 ⼤ 学 <br />

本 次 报 告 从 美 国 外 语 教 师 协 会 (ACTFL) 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒⽔ 平 标 准 与 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂ 等 级 标 准 》<br />

的 对 比 谈 起 , 以 ACTFL 的 初 、 中 、⾼、 优 四 ⼤ 等 级 与 语 境 、 内 容 、 可 理 解 度 与 语 ⾔ 形 态 四 ⽅<br />

面 的 评 估 体 系 为 基 础 , 介 绍 与 比 较 两 种 标 准 的 异 同 。 报 告 亦 根 据 笔 者 对 ACTFL⼝ 语 能 ⼒ 测 试<br />

的 实 证 研 究 初 步 结 果 , 探 讨 在 美 国 ⾼ 年 级 中 ⽂ 课 程 中 如 何 设 定 教 学 目 标 并 使 用 匹 配 的 测 试 模<br />

式 , 循 序 渐 进 地 积 累 词 汇 量 并 进 ⾏ 听 说 读 写 技 能 的 培 养 , 并 指 出 《 中 ⽂ 等 级 标 准 》 中 明 确 提<br />

出 的 分 级 词 汇 与 语 ⾔ 点 对 ACTFL 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 标 准 的 有 益 补 充 。<br />

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浅 谈 《 新 等 级 标 准 》 与 跨 学 科 汉 语 教 学 <br />

刘 艳 杜 克 ⼤ 学 <br />

近 年 来 , 虽 然 美 国 ⾼ 校 的 汉 语 课 程 总 体 注 册 ⼈ 数 与 之 前 相 比 有 所 下 降 , 但 是 ⾼ 年 级 中 ⽂ 课 程 <br />

的 注 册 ⼈ 数 却 不 断 增 加 (Looney and Lusin, 2018)。 因 此 , 如 何 加 强 ⾼ 年 级 的 中 ⽂ 教 学 和 课 程 <br />

建 设 是 美 国 汉 语 教 师 们 急 需 探 索 的 重 要 课 题 。 关 于 外 语 课 程 建 设 , 美 国 现 代 语 ⾔ 协 会 <br />

(Modern Language Association of America, MLA) 在 其 2007 年 的 报 告 中 敦 促 语 ⾔ 教 学 单 位 考 虑<br />

非 语 ⾔ 专 业 学 ⽣ 的 兴 趣 和 需 求 , 开 发 涉 及 多 学 科 领 域 的 新 课 程 , 包 括 与 其 他 系 的 教 师 ⼀ 起 合<br />

作 、 教 授 跨 学 科 课 程 (MLA, 2007)。 然 ⽽, 开 发 与 教 授 跨 学 科 课 程 并 非 易 事 。 教 师 需 在 考 虑<br />

学 ⽣ 学 习 需 求 的 前 提 下 , 在 教 学 材 料 的 选 取 和 实 际 教 学 中 平 衡 学 ⽣ 们 对 专 业 内 容 的 学 习 及 其<br />

语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 的 发 展 。 目 前 在 美 国 , 教 师 们 普 遍 利 用 美 国 外 语 教 学 协 会 (ACTFL) 制 定 的 《 语 ⾔ 能<br />

⼒⼤ 纲 》 来 编 写 教 学 材 料 和 指 导 课 堂 教 学 。《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 或 《 新 等 级<br />

标 准 》 的 制 定 , 为 中 ⽂ 教 师 提 供 了 新 的 教 学 标 准 。 该 标 准 与 《 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒⼤ 纲 》 有 何 不 同 ? 该<br />

标 准 对 跨 学 科 中 ⽂ 课 程 的 开 发 与 教 学 有 哪 些 启 示 ? 本 报 告 将 就 这 两 个 问 题 进 ⾏ 初 步 探 讨 , 并<br />

对 未 来 跨 学 科 中 ⽂ 课 程 建 设 提 供 ⼀ 些 建 议 以 及 值 得 我 们 进 ⼀ 步 思 考 的 问 题 。<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 》 中 的 “ 说 “ —— 声 调 、 语 调 与 交 际 场 景 <br />

王 静 普 林 斯 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

听 说 读 写 是 外 语 教 育 致 ⼒ 培 养 学 ⽣ 获 得 的 四 项 基 本 能 ⼒, 其 中 对 “ 说 ” 的 训 练 和 测 试 的 研 究 相<br />

比 于 其 他 三 个 ⽅ 面 起 步 最 晚 , 研 究 成 果 最 少 。26 年 前 张 和 ⽣ 教 授 在 向 中 国 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 领 域<br />

的 同 ⾏ 介 绍 美 国 OPI⼝ 语 ⽔ 平 测 试 时 , 用 “ 既 熟 悉 又 陌 ⽣” 来 形 容 汉 语 ⼝ 语 ⽔ 平 测 试 这 ⼀ 课<br />

题 , 因 为 在 准 备 笔 试 试 卷 时 , 有 ⽂ 字 、 词 汇 、 语 法 的 教 学 ⼤ 纲 可 以 参 考 ,⽽⼝ 语 测 试 在 当 时<br />

则 “⽆ 章 可 循 ”。 在 ⽂ 章 的 最 后 , 张 教 授 期 望 我 们 能 在 引 进 和 借 鉴 OPI 的 基 础 上 , 制 定 出 ⼀ 套<br />

适 合 汉 语 教 学 的 ⼝ 语 体 系 。 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》( 以 下 简 称 《 标 准 》) 的<br />

制 定 ⽆ 疑 为 解 决 这 个 问 题 提 供 了 重 要 的 指 导 , 让 从 事 对 外 汉 语 教 育 的 老 师 们 在 设 计 和 进 ⾏⼝<br />

语 测 试 时 有 章 可 循 。<br />

《 标 准 》 将 学 习 者 的 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 分 为 三 等 九 级 , 不 仅 在 音 节 、 汉 字 、 词 汇 和 语 法 四 个 语<br />

⾔ 要 素 上 提 出 了 量 化 的 标 准 ,⽽ 且 从 听 说 读 写 译 五 个 ⽅ 面 对 不 同 能 ⼒ 等 级 做 出 了 具 体 的 描<br />

述 。《 标 准 》 在 等 级 划 分 的 结 构 形 式 和 引 ⼊⾔ 语 交 际 能 ⼒ 及 话 题 任 务 内 容 的 ⽅ 面 受 到 了 OPI<br />

的 影 响 , 但 同 时 体 现 出 了 汉 语 不 同 于 英 语 ⼝ 语 测 试 的 特 点 , 强 调 发 音 准 确 , 语 调 自 然 , 要 求<br />

⾼ 级 ⽔ 平 的 学 ⽣ 能 够 根 据 交 际 场 景 调 整 表 达 ⽅ 式 , 语 ⾔ 表 达 得 体 。 这 些 内 容 的 制 定 和 细 化 ,<br />

让 《 标 准 》 避 免 了 OPI 因 过 分 强 调 日 常 ⽣ 活 中 实 际 语 ⾔ 的 应 用 能 ⼒,⽽ 忽 视 基 本 词 汇 、 语 法<br />

和 语 音 系 统 训 练 的 缺 陷 。<br />

《 标 准 》 对 “ 说 ” 的 重 视 , 对 发 音 , 语 调 、 交 际 场 景 中 语 ⾔ 得 体 度 的 分 级 设 定 , 与 半 个<br />

多 世 纪 前 赵 元 任 先 ⽣ 提 倡 的 “ 可 说 的 中 ⽂” 竟 有 异 曲 同 ⼯ 之 妙 。 两 相 呼 应 , 让 我 们 重 新 思 考 在<br />

中 ⾼ 年 级 对 外 汉 语 教 学 中 , 如 何 选 择 材 料 , 如 何 调 整 教 学 ⽅ 法 , 帮 助 学 ⽣ 在 ⼝ 语 表 达 ⽅ 面 逐<br />

步 接 近 《 标 准 》 所 提 出 的 准 确 、 自 然 、 流 畅 、 得 体 的 目 标 。<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 与 汉 语 作 为 第 ⼆ 语 ⾔ 的 语 用 教 学 <br />

郦 帅 、 封 亚 莉 佐 治 亚 州 立 ⼤ 学 <br />

语 用 能 ⼒ 是 指 用 语 ⾔ 进 ⾏ 得 体 社 交 的 能 ⼒, 主 要 包 括 语 用 语 ⾔ 和 社 交 语 用 两 个 ⽅ 面 。20 世 纪<br />

80 年 代 以 来 , 对 于 语 用 能 ⼒ 的 描 述 出 现 在 多 个 具 有 影 响 ⼒ 的 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 模 型 中 , 语 用 能 ⼒ 也 被 <br />

视 为 语 ⾔ 能 ⼒ 的 重 要 组 成 部 分 之 ⼀( 例 如 Bachman & Palmer, 2010)。 然 ⽽, 全 球 外 语 教 育 <br />

界 针 对 如 何 把 语 用 能 ⼒ 有 效 地 融 ⼊ 课 程 设 置 这 个 问 题 ,⼀ 直 没 有 较 好 的 解 决 ⽅ 案 。 同 时 , 对<br />

外 语 教 材 的 分 析 结 果 表 明 , 语 用 知 识 通 常 在 教 材 中 出 现 较 少 , 且 不 同 教 材 之 间 存 在 较 ⼤ 差<br />

异 。 造 成 此 种 现 象 的 原 因 之 ⼀ 可 能 是 教 师 和 学 者 们 所 依 据 的 语 ⾔ 教 育 标 准 对 语 用 能 ⼒ 的 的 重<br />

视 不 ⾜。 因 此 , 本 研 究 拟 对 《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 的 各 个 等 级 描 述 以 及 语 法 ⼤<br />

纲 进 ⾏ 梳 理 , 以 期 了 解 与 语 用 能 ⼒ 相 关 的 知 识 点 和 技 能 点 在 《 标 准 》 中 的 具 体 呈 现 和 分 布 面<br />

貌 。 最 后 , 我 们 对 如 何 运 用 《 标 准 》 进 ⾏ 汉 语 作 为 第 ⼆ 语 ⾔ 的 语 用 教 学 提 出 了 ⼀ 些 建 议 。<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 ⽂⽔ 平 等 级 标 准 》 与 专 用 汉 语 教 学 <br />

史 中 琦 哥 伦 比 亚 ⼤ 学 <br />

面 向 特 殊 用 途 的 专 用 汉 语 教 学 , 在 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 中 占 据 了 越 来 越 重 要 的 地 位 。 据 统 计 , 针 对<br />

专 用 汉 语 的 研 究 中 , 有 关 词 汇 的 研 究 是 最 为 丰 富 的 。 这 也 折 射 出 词 汇 教 学 对 于 专 用 汉 语 的 重<br />

要 性 。 本 报 告 以 商 务 汉 语 这 个 专 用 汉 语 研 究 中 最 热 的 分 支 为 切 ⼊ 点 , 首 先 简 要 回 顾 商 务 汉 语<br />

词 汇 研 究 的 成 果 和 发 现 , 重 点 分 析 商 务 汉 语 教 材 选 词 的 现 状 和 存 在 的 问 题 。 然 后 , 本 ⽂ 将 引<br />

⼊《 标 准 》 所 给 出 的 等 级 词 表 , 分 析 该 词 表 对 于 专 用 汉 语 教 材 等 级 划 分 的 指 导 作 用 。 最 后 ,<br />

本 ⽂ 将 结 合 商 务 汉 语 教 学 的 具 体 情 况 , 提 出 建 立 专 用 核 ⼼ 词 表 的 想 法 。<br />

中 小 学 圆 桌 讨 论 : 新 等 级 标 准 对 美 国 中 小 学 汉 语 课 堂 的 启 发 <br />

王 春 夢 德 仁 学 院 <br />

关 春 梅 洛 根 斯 堡 ⾼ 中 <br />

吴 勇 桢 旧 ⾦⼭ 湾 区 纽 ⿊⽂ 学 区 <br />

江 凌 欧 华 盛 顿 州 伊 萨 夸 学 区 <br />

⼏ 位 来 自 各 州 的 中 小 学 老 师 会 分 享 其 所 在 的 学 区 或 学 校 使 用 的 中 ⽂ 教 学 标 准 、⽣ 源 、 教 材 以<br />

及 课 程 发 展 相 关 信 息 , 并 提 出 汉 考 国 际 新 等 级 标 准 对 美 国 中 小 学 课 堂 的 启 发 , 共 同 探 讨 未 来<br />

参 考 HSK 新 等 级 标 准 的 新 思 路 。<br />

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Research<br />

Frontiers<br />

Chai, D. (2022). Chinese undergraduate student teaching assistants in a<br />

U.S. collegiate Chinese language program. Chinese Language Teaching<br />

Methodology and Technology, 5(2), Article 7.<br />

Abstract: Given present limited opportunities to study in China, how can U.S.<br />

collegiate Chinese language programs take advantage of the presence of Chinese<br />

international students on campus to improve their Chinese language students’<br />

intercultural communication skills? This article first reviews the background of<br />

“peer tutoring” in European and American collegiate institutes and describes some<br />

exemplary models in the field of Chinese as a Foreign Language in the U.S. Then,<br />

the article reports on a study of a tutor and grader system at a U.S. liberal arts<br />

college employing Chinese undergraduate students. Through both quantitative and<br />

qualitative data, the author analyzes the positive impact and existing challenges<br />

found in this program. Finally, the author proposes feasible solutions for future<br />

improvement. It is hoped that in reading this article, administrators of other<br />

Chinese language programs with similar systems or plans to adopt similar systems<br />

will consider ideas presented in this study with regard to designing, training, and<br />

supervising the tutor system, and thereby improve their program’s overall teaching<br />

quality.<br />

摘 要 : 美 国 ⾼ 校 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬ 如 何 合 理 运 ⽤⾃ 身 较 为 丰 富 的 中 国 留 学 ⽣ 资 源 , 在 赴 华 留 学 机 会 有<br />

限 的 情 况 下 , 提 ⾼ 本 ⼟ 中 ⽂ 学 习 者 的 跨 ⽂ 化 交 际 能 ⼒? 本 ⽂⾸ 先 回 顾 “ 同 伴 辅 导 ” 在 欧 美 ⾼ 校<br />

的 形 成 背 景 以 及 在 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 学 界 的 若 ⼲ 应 ⽤ 模 式 , 然 后 以 美 国 某 ⽂ 理 学 院 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬ 招 聘 中<br />

国 本 科 留 学 ⽣ 为 辅 导 与 批 改 助 理 的 机 制 为 例 , 通 过 定 量 定 性 数 据 来 分 析 其 积 极 影 响 与 现 存 问<br />

题 , 从 ⽽ 提 出 可 ⾏ 性 改 善 ⽅ 案 , 帮 助 其 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬ 进 ⾏ 改 进 , 同 时 也 希 望 其 他 正 在 或 有 意 开 展<br />

类 似 机 制 的 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬ 提 起 重 视 , 共 同 推 进 助 理 机 制 的 设 计 、 培 训 与 督 导 ⼯ 作 , 提 升 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬<br />

的 整 体 教 学 质 量 。<br />

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Chai, D. (2022). Applying the performed culture approach in collegiate<br />

beginning and intermediate level Chinese courses: The case of<br />

Integrated Chinese. Chinese as a Second Language. <br />

Abstract: This paper discusses how to use the Performed Culture Approach (PCA) to<br />

design collegiate Chinese beginning and intermediate level courses. As a<br />

pedagogical framework to improve learners’ intercultural communication skills,<br />

PCA has gained increasing recognition by scholars in the field. However, many<br />

instructors still face the challenge of deciding how to apply PCA in different Chinese<br />

language programs and with non-PCA informed pedagogical materials. Through a<br />

three-year implementation at an American university which adopts Integrated<br />

Chinese (IC), one of the most popular pedagogical materials in American college<br />

beginning- and intermediate-level Chinese courses, the article analyzes IC’s<br />

instructional challenges, PCA-based curriculum design, learning outcomes, and<br />

student feedback. The article finally discusses general principles of applying PCA in<br />

different programs with various pedagogical materials.<br />

摘 要 : 本 ⽂ 探 讨 如 何 使 ⽤ 体 演 ⽂ 化 教 学 法 来 进 ⾏⾼ 校 初 中 级 中 ⽂ 课 程 的 设 计 。 体 演 ⽂ 化 教 学<br />

法 作 为 提 ⾼ 跨 ⽂ 化 交 际 能 ⼒ 的 教 学 途 径 正 在 获 得 越 来 越 多 学 者 的 认 可 , 但 如 何 在 不 同 中 ⽂ 项<br />

⽬⾥、 对 非 体 演 框 架 下 的 课 本 使 ⽤ 体 演 ⽂ 化 , 仍 是 许 多 ⽼ 师 ⾯ 临 的 问 题 。⽂ 章 以 美 国 ⾼ 校 初<br />

中 级 使 ⽤ 最 广 泛 的 课 本 《 中 ⽂ 听 说 读 写 》 为 例 , 通 过 近 三 年 在 美 国 某 ⼤ 学 的 实 践 , 探 讨 此 课<br />

本 的 教 学 挑 战 与 课 程 设 置 , 分 析 其 教 学 成 果 与 学 ⽣ 反 馈 。 最 后 ,⽂ 章 提 出 在 不 同 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬<br />

⾥、 针 对 不 同 课 本 灵 活 运 ⽤ 体 演 ⽂ 化 的 普 适 法 则 。<br />

Neubauer, D. (2022). Chinese Language Instruction with Novice<br />

Learners: Target Language Topic Development, Engagement, and<br />

Comprehension in Online and Hybrid Classrooms. [Dissertation.] The<br />

University of Iowa. https://www.proquest.com/pagepdf/2703406258<br />

Abstract: This study investigated classroom interaction in three novice-level,<br />

online or hybrid, Chinese language classrooms at US schools in spring 2021. Using<br />

complex dynamic systems theory, the classrooms were viewed as systems coadapting<br />

towards instructional goals. Incidents of participants’ use of the target<br />

language in topic development were examined through Conversation Analysis.<br />

Three types of instructional activities, typically led by the teachers with the whole<br />

class, were more typical for the phenomenon. Teachers typically had longer and<br />

more complex turns than students, yet students were also observed to contribute to<br />

topic development and to display engagement and comprehension in various ways.<br />

Implications are discussed.<br />

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Book Description<br />

Pedagogical Grammar and Grammar Pedagogy in Chinese as a Second<br />

Language is the first book in the field of Chinese as a second language that<br />

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draw on different theoretical frameworks, adopt a range of methodological<br />

strategies, and address the questions of how grammatical knowledge<br />

should be effectively presented and in what capacity grammar competence<br />

could be better developed in and outside classrooms, based on which<br />

pedagogical recommendations and implications are advanced. The<br />

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field of second/foreign language teaching and learning; to bridge a link<br />

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and to establish a closer tie between research and classroom practices in<br />

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Table of Contents<br />

Contents<br />

Acknowledgements<br />

List of Contributors<br />

List of Figures<br />

I. Overview<br />

1. An Overview: Inquiry Scopes and Objectives (Fangyuan Yuan)<br />

II. Grammatical Approaches to Chinese Pedagogy<br />

2. A Cognition-based Functional Approach to Chinese Word Order<br />

Problems: A Case of the Presentative Sentences (Wenze Hu)<br />

3. Building Collocational Knowledge between Lexicon and Grammar<br />

(Jun Lang, Zhuo Jing-Schmidt)<br />

4. A Parallel Construction Approach to Teaching the Chinese give<br />

Construction (Ming Chew Teo)<br />

5. A Continuum Study of Chinese VN Verbal Compounds and its<br />

Pedagogical Implications (Hsin-hung Yeh)<br />

6. Conversational Style and Omissions in Classical Chinese and their<br />

Implications for Classical Chinese Grammar Pedagogy (Sue-mei Wu)<br />

III. Linguistic Development, Language Proficiency and Grammar<br />

Pedagogy<br />

7. Learner Errors and L2 Processing in Chinese Verb Complements of<br />

Manner/state: A Corpus-based Constructional Approach (Hong Gang Jin,<br />

Jie Zhang Hongyin Tao)<br />

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8. Morphological Property and Polysemy in Character Recognition in<br />

Chinese as a Foreign Language (Yi Xu, Lin Chen)<br />

9. Facilitative Effects of Form-focused Tasks on Teaching and Learning<br />

Chinese Aspect le (Fangyuan Yuan)<br />

10. Discourse Markers in Mandarin L1 and Italian L2 Monologue<br />

Production and their Pedagogical Implications (Chiara Romagnoli,<br />

Hongyin Tao)<br />

11. Instructed L2 Acquisition of Different Form–meaning Mappings of the<br />

Chinese ba-construction (Yupeng Kou)<br />

12. The Acquisition of Durative Marker -zhe in Chinese as a Second<br />

Language<br />

(Yu Liu)<br />

Index<br />

Editor(s), Biography<br />

Fangyuan Yuan 袁 芳 远 is Professor of Chinese in the Languages and<br />

Cultures Department at the U.S. Naval Academy, and President of the<br />

Chinese Language Teachers Association - U.S. (2019-2020)<br />

Baozhang He 何 宝 璋 is Associate Professor emeritus at College of the<br />

Holy Cross; President of the Chinese Language Teachers Association -<br />

U.S. (2018-2019)<br />

Wenze Hu 胡 ⽂ 泽 is Associate Professor of Chinese in the Languages and<br />

Cultures Department at the U.S. Naval Academy<br />

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Please submit a cover letter that addresses<br />

previous teaching experience and a CV or<br />

résumé. <br />

Email all materials to<br />

careers@welltrainedmind.com.<br />

Please submit applications by February 15,<br />

<strong>2023</strong>. Applications will be considered until the<br />

position is filled.<br />

Instructor in Mandarin Chinese in the Asian<br />

and Middle Eastern Studies at Duke<br />

University (Durham, NC)<br />

Instructor in Mandarin Chinese<br />

Durham, North Carolina<br />

The Department of Asian and Middle Eastern<br />

Studies at Duke University in Durham, North<br />

Carolina invites applications for one full-time<br />

Instructor in Mandarin Chinese language<br />

beginning August 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The contract for the<br />

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position is one academic year (<strong>2023</strong>-2024) with<br />

possible renewal, contingent upon the continued<br />

needs of the department. The teaching load is<br />

five to six courses a year. Candidates must at<br />

least have an M.A. in Chinese Linguistics,<br />

Second Language Acquisition, Educational<br />

Psychology, Chinese Studies, or a related field<br />

with native or near-native proficiency in<br />

Mandarin Chinese and English. Experience in<br />

teaching undergraduates in North America and<br />

the ability to teach all levels of Chinese<br />

language courses are required. Adaptability<br />

with instructional technologies, experience with<br />

team-teaching, and demonstration of active<br />

participation in the professional field are highly<br />

desirable.<br />

To be assured of consideration, submit an<br />

application by March 31st consisting of: 1) a<br />

letter of application with a statement of teaching<br />

philosophy, 2) curriculum vitae, 3) a teaching<br />

portfolio including syllabi, a sample of teaching<br />

materials, and student evaluations, 4) a 15-20<br />

minute video of classroom teaching on a webaccessible<br />

hyper link (Please highlight the url in<br />

your application letter), 5) the names of three<br />

referees (the search committee will request<br />

these letters at a later stage of the search). All<br />

materials should be submitted through<br />

Academic Jobs Online https://<br />

academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/24262<br />

Duke is committed to encouraging and<br />

sustaining work and learning environments that<br />

are free from harassment and prohibited<br />

discrimination. Duke prohibits discrimination<br />

and harassment in the administration of both its<br />

employment and educational policies. Duke<br />

University is an Affirmative Action/Equal<br />

Opportunity Employer committed to providing<br />

employment opportunity without regard to an<br />

individual’s age, color, disability, genetic<br />

information, gender, gender expression, gender<br />

identity, national origin, race, religion, sex,<br />

sexual orientation, or veteran status. Duke also<br />

makes good faith efforts to recruit, hire, and<br />

promote qualified women, minorities,<br />

individuals with disabilities, and veterans.<br />

Visiting Instructor/Visiting Assistant<br />

Professor of Chinese Studies (Ashland,<br />

Virginia)<br />

Position Details: Randolph-Macon College<br />

invites applications for a full-time, one-year<br />

(potentially renewable for up to three years)<br />

position of Visiting Instructor / Visiting<br />

Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies, in the<br />

Department of Asian Studies, to begin<br />

September 1, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Institution Information: Randolph-Macon<br />

College, founded in 1830, is a selective,<br />

primarily residential liberal arts college with an<br />

enrollment of 1500 students located in the<br />

northern suburbs of Richmond, Virginia. It is 90<br />

miles south of Washington, DC and 15 miles<br />

north of Richmond. The College seeks<br />

employees committed to advancing inclusion<br />

and equity and to cultivating a community that<br />

welcomes all people, regardless of race, gender,<br />

disability, age, national origin, religion, sexual<br />

orientation, or gender expression.<br />

The Asian Studies Department is a vibrant part<br />

of Randolph-Macon’s humanities curriculum.<br />

We offer Chinese and Japanese instruction, an<br />

Asian Studies major and minor, a Japanese<br />

Studies minor, and multiple interdisciplinary<br />

and travel opportunities. All our full-time<br />

faculty teach foreign language courses and<br />

English-language content courses in multiple<br />

fields, including ancient and modern literature,<br />

film, ancient and modern history, folklore,<br />

visual culture, contemporary society, and<br />

theater, among other topics.<br />

Major/Essential Functions: Randolph-Macon<br />

College faculty teach, advise, conduct research<br />

and engage in scholarship, and serve the college<br />

and department. Primary teaching<br />

responsibilities include courses in Elementary<br />

and Intermediate Chinese, English-language<br />

content courses in the candidate’s areas of<br />

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expertise, and contribution to the general<br />

education curriculum. The teaching load is<br />

seven courses per year (3-1-3, including J-<br />

term).<br />

Minimum Qualifications:<br />

• ABD in Chinese language or related field,<br />

such as East Asian Languages and Cultures;<br />

• Demonstrated effectiveness as a teaching<br />

assistant in undergraduate Chinese language<br />

courses and/or<br />

English-language content courses in Chinese or<br />

East Asian Studies;<br />

• Experience collaborating with people from<br />

diverse backgrounds and evidence of a<br />

commitment to equity,<br />

diversity, and inclusion.<br />

Preferred Qualifications:<br />

• Ph.D. in Chinese language or related field,<br />

such as East Asian Languages and Cultures, by<br />

time of<br />

appointment;<br />

• demonstrated effectiveness as an instructor of<br />

record in undergraduate Chinese language<br />

courses and/or<br />

English-language content courses in Chinese or<br />

East Asian Studies;<br />

• Evidence of scholarship in the candidate’s<br />

specialty.<br />

Application Procedures: To apply, please send<br />

the following as a single pdf document to<br />

Sabrina Granderson, Administrative Services<br />

Coordinator, at sabrinagranderson@rmc.edu no<br />

later than March 15, <strong>2023</strong>, with Visiting<br />

Assistant Professor of Chinese as the subject<br />

line.<br />

The document must include the following:<br />

• Letter of application that addresses the<br />

position qualifications<br />

• Curriculum vitae<br />

• A brief (one page) statement of teaching<br />

philosophy<br />

• A brief (one page) statement of research<br />

interests<br />

• A brief (one page) statement describing past,<br />

present, and future (planned) contributions to<br />

equity, diversity,<br />

and inclusion<br />

• Transcripts (scanned copies acceptable); and<br />

• The names and contact information for three<br />

professional references (at least one must be<br />

able to address<br />

teaching experience and teaching effectiveness;<br />

please indicate the teaching reference in your<br />

letter of<br />

application). Please do not ask references to<br />

submit letters of recommendation; the<br />

committee will conduct<br />

reference checks by phone.<br />

For full consideration, applications must be<br />

received by March 15, <strong>2023</strong>. At this time,<br />

please only submit the required documents<br />

listed above; at a later date, finalists may be<br />

asked to submit a writing sample and/or<br />

teaching materials.<br />

Incomplete applications will not be considered<br />

by the search committee.<br />

Randolph-Macon College does not discriminate<br />

on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, age,<br />

sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national<br />

origin, marital status, disability, or veteran<br />

status in its education or employment programs<br />

or activities.<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese<br />

Studies (Davidson, North Carolina 28035)<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies<br />

Job no: 494346<br />

Categories: Faculty<br />

Department: Chinese Studies<br />

The Department of Chinese Studies at Davidson<br />

College seeks applications for a two-year<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese. The<br />

Department offers a full range of courses in<br />

Chinese language instruction, as well as courses<br />

in English focusing on various aspects of<br />

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Chinese culture, literature, cinema, etc. The<br />

teaching load is five courses over two<br />

semesters. The successful applicant will teach<br />

several courses in language instruction,<br />

depending on departmental needs, most likely at<br />

the intermediate and advanced levels, as well as<br />

courses in Chinese or in English on their own<br />

areas of interest.<br />

The successful candidate will be able to<br />

demonstrate a commitment to undergraduate<br />

teaching, and should have Ph.D. in hand (or<br />

nearly so) by August <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Applications must be submitted online<br />

at https://employment.davidson.edu and include<br />

a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a 1-page<br />

teaching statement, a 1-page diversity statement<br />

that outlines how one’s teaching might<br />

contribute to Davidson’s institutional<br />

commitment to diversity and inclusion (https://<br />

www.davidson.edu/about/commitmentdiversity-and-inclusion),<br />

and contact<br />

information for three references. We will reach<br />

out to the references after we have a short-list of<br />

candidates.<br />

We will begin reviewing applications on March<br />

15th. Please address any questions to Jonathan<br />

Berkey, Interim Chair of Chinese<br />

Studies, joberkey@davidson.edu.<br />

Davidson College is a highly selective liberal<br />

arts college located 20 minutes north of the<br />

thriving city of Charlotte, North Carolina, and<br />

less than two hours from the cultural riches of<br />

the Blue Ridge Mountains. The successful<br />

candidate will have an opportunity to<br />

participate in the life of a collegial department<br />

and an intellectually and culturally vibrant<br />

academic community. At Davidson College, we<br />

believe the college grows stronger by recruiting<br />

and retaining a diverse faculty and staff<br />

committed to building an inclusive community.<br />

In order to achieve and sustain educational<br />

excellence, we seek to hire talented faculty and<br />

staff across the intersections of diverse races,<br />

ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, gender<br />

identities, ages, socio-economic backgrounds,<br />

political perspectives, abilities, cultures, and<br />

national origins.<br />

https://employment.davidson.edu/en-us/job/<br />

494346/visiting-assistant-professor-of-chinesestudies<br />

Assistant Professor (Lecturer) of Chinese<br />

(Salt Lake City, UT)<br />

The Department of World Languages &<br />

Cultures at the University of Utah invites<br />

applications for a full-time, renewable Assistant<br />

Professor (Lecturer) position in Chinese<br />

beginning July 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The teaching load is<br />

three courses per semester. The successful<br />

candidate will be prepared to teach Chinese<br />

language courses at all levels and content<br />

courses related to culture, media, and/or<br />

translation as well as to participate actively in<br />

curricular and program affairs. Preference will<br />

be given to candidates that have a Ph.D. in hand<br />

by the start date in Chinese pedagogy,<br />

linguistics, Chinese studies, or a related field.<br />

Demonstrated experience in teaching Chinese<br />

as a foreign language at the college level in<br />

North America and native or near-native fluency<br />

in Chinese and English are required.<br />

Adaptability with instructional technologies,<br />

experience practicing modern foreign language<br />

teaching methodologies, and demonstration of<br />

active participation in the professional field are<br />

highly desirable.<br />

A diverse scholarly community stimulates<br />

innovation and educational excellence. The<br />

College of Humanities and the Department of<br />

World Languages & Cultures work to maintain<br />

a respectful, inclusive, and supportive<br />

environment where everyone can flourish. We<br />

are actively working to increase our diversity<br />

and to promote belonging and community for<br />

all. We value constructive input and welcome<br />

feedback from our community.<br />

Complete applications include a letter of<br />

application, curriculum vitae, statement of<br />

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diversity, three letters of recommendation, and<br />

evidence of teaching effectiveness. Priority will<br />

be given to applications submitted on or before<br />

03/07/<strong>2023</strong> but materials will be reviewed until<br />

the position is filled.<br />

Located in metropolitan Salt Lake City in the<br />

foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, the<br />

University of Utah is the state’s flagship R1<br />

research institution and a member of the<br />

Association of American Universities. The<br />

university emphasizes exceptional scholarship,<br />

quality teaching, and professional service. It<br />

serves over 34,000 students from across the<br />

U.S. and the world, with over 72 major subjects<br />

at the undergraduate level and more than 90<br />

major fields of study at the graduate level,<br />

including law and medicine. Known for its<br />

proximity to seven world-class ski resorts<br />

within 40 minutes of campus, the University of<br />

Utah encourages an active, holistic lifestyle,<br />

innovation, and collaborative thinking to<br />

engage students, faculty, and business leaders.<br />

Salt Lake City is a vibrant, major metropolitan<br />

area with a diverse, multicultural population<br />

and numerous cultural and outdoor activities.<br />

Please submit applications at: https://<br />

utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/143913<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese<br />

(Lancaster, PA)<br />

Franklin & Marshall College invites<br />

applications for a visiting position in the<br />

Chinese language program beginning August<br />

<strong>2023</strong>. Appointment is for nine months (August-<br />

May). This position is not eligible for<br />

employment visa sponsorship. The field is open<br />

to Literature, Cultural Studies, or Linguistics.<br />

The rank will be Visiting Assistant Professor or<br />

Visiting Instructor, depending on qualifications.<br />

Applicants should possess or be close to<br />

completing a doctorate (or terminal degree) in<br />

Chinese language, literature, or a related field.<br />

Teaching experience required. Teaching load is<br />

3/3 and will include the teaching of Chinese<br />

language at all levels. The successful candidate<br />

will be the sole instructor of Chinese language<br />

and should be capable of overseeing a small<br />

language program. There may also be the<br />

possibility of offering a course in the field of<br />

expertise depending upon the needs of the<br />

program.<br />

Candidates must submit the following items<br />

electronically via Interfolio (http://<br />

apply.interfolio.com/120003): a cover letter,<br />

curriculum vitae, graduate transcript(s)<br />

(unofficial copies are fine), teaching and<br />

research statements, diversity statement,<br />

teaching evaluations and/or observations, and<br />

names of two references (NOTE: letters of<br />

reference will be solicited at a later stage, and<br />

once they are solicited referees will need to<br />

supply them within three weeks). Inquiries may<br />

be directed to Jon Stone, Chair, Dept. of<br />

German, Russian, and East Asian Languages at<br />

jon.stone@fandm.edu. For full consideration<br />

applications should be received by February 15,<br />

<strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Pursuant to cultivating an inclusive college<br />

community, the search committee will<br />

holistically assess the qualifications of each<br />

applicant. We will consider an individual’s<br />

record working with students and colleagues<br />

with diverse perspectives, experiences, and<br />

backgrounds. We will also consider experience<br />

overcoming or helping others overcome barriers<br />

to academic success.<br />

Franklin & Marshall College is committed to<br />

having an inclusive campus community where<br />

all members are treated with dignity and<br />

respect. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the<br />

College does not discriminate in its hiring or<br />

employment practices on the basis of gender,<br />

sex, race, ethnicity, color, national origin,<br />

religion, age, disability, family or marital status,<br />

sexual orientation, or any protected<br />

characteristic. Individuals who need<br />

accommodation due to a disability in order to<br />

submit an application or to otherwise participate<br />

in the employment process should contact the<br />

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department’s academic coordinator Gina Brown<br />

at gina.brown@fandm.edu. Franklin and<br />

Marshall College is committed to providing a<br />

safe and productive learning, living and<br />

working community. To assist in achieving this<br />

goal, we conduct background investigations for<br />

all prospective applicants being considered for<br />

employment.<br />

Director/ Principal at HudsonWay<br />

Immersion School NJ/ NY (Stirling NJ, New<br />

York, NY)<br />

HudsonWay Immersion School (HWIS) is a<br />

progressive pre-K through Grade 8 (current<br />

enrollment around 140-150 per school)<br />

Mandarin and Spanish Immersion School<br />

founded 15 years ago in the NJ/NY area. The<br />

school’s mission is to prepare students with the<br />

knowledge, skills and character to become<br />

global contributors and citizens of the world.<br />

Our values are excellence, respect, teamwork,<br />

integrity, communication, innovation,<br />

transparency, customer service, and<br />

accountability. HWIS has a strong academic<br />

reputation. Students perform well above<br />

average and are accepted at top tier independent<br />

schools. (www.hwis.org)<br />

HWIS is seeking an experienced Director/<br />

Principal to join the Stirling, NJ school and a<br />

Director/ Principal to join the NY school. The<br />

Director/ Principal is a hands-on and committed<br />

leader who is a strong collaborative builder of<br />

people, possesses pedagogical high standards,<br />

and is passionate about the benefits of<br />

immersion education. The Director/ Principal<br />

will oversee students from preschool through<br />

Grade 8 and work with the Principal of other<br />

site, as well as school founders. The school has<br />

a strong reputation and is poised for growth<br />

with committed leadership.<br />

The successful candidate will possess many of<br />

the following Knowledge, experience and<br />

skills:<br />

– Masters degree in educational leadership,<br />

curriculum/instruction, or related field<br />

– Knowledge of organizational management<br />

and experience applying this in a school setting<br />

– Immersion practices knowledge/experience<br />

– Extensive knowledge of pedagogical best<br />

practices and curriculum development including<br />

authentic assessment, and use of technology<br />

– Ability to develop teachers by recommending/<br />

organizing professional development, modeling,<br />

offering feedback, resources, etc.<br />

– Bi-lingual (or trilingual) in one of the school<br />

target languages<br />

– At least 2-3 years of Experience leading in<br />

private schools:Pre-K-8th grade<br />

– Medium/large schoolElementary/middle<br />

department/division<br />

– Ability to sustain a positive, ambitious school<br />

culture among staff and students<br />

– Understanding of social-emotional<br />

development and SEL/classroom management<br />

programs for Pre-K-8th grade.<br />

– Understanding of NY/NJ regulations<br />

– Analysis of private school standardized<br />

assessment and application for growth<br />

– Professional community relationships<br />

– Experience with the parent communities in<br />

NYC/NJ<br />

– Ability to partner with HR, Accounting,<br />

Admissions, Facilities, etc. in upholding and<br />

enforcing School policies and procedures<br />

– Excellent communication skills– clear, direct<br />

communication with tact and professionalism<br />

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– Experience developing new programs such as<br />

middle school, after school, and clubs<br />

– Appropriate financial skills: budgeting,<br />

prioritizing resources<br />

– Able to articulate the school’s vision and<br />

mission<br />

– Excellent community-outreach and<br />

relationship building skills<br />

Responsibilities:<br />

– Strategic Planning, Vision-setting, Leadership<br />

– Inspires a culture of mission-driven<br />

excellence<br />

– Helps formulate performance management<br />

and culture of accountability<br />

– Supports in developing the school’s long-term<br />

strategic plan and initiatives such as<br />

accreditation, SEVP etc.<br />

– Reports to owners to maximize effectiveness<br />

of organization<br />

– Builds relationships to promote the school<br />

– Actively contributes to enrollment and exmissions<br />

efforts<br />

Staff and Program Development:<br />

– Ensures proper teacher coverage during<br />

school operating hours<br />

– Ensures that each child is progressing to his/<br />

her potential<br />

– Ensures that school’s curriculum and<br />

programs are evolving to meet student needs<br />

– Coordinates and oversees staff development<br />

and training that is aligned the school’s<br />

curriculum<br />

– Supports staff to collaborate and build on<br />

existing school curriculum, pedagogy, and<br />

development<br />

– Oversees school data reporting systems and<br />

performs data analysis to inform instructional<br />

practice and communicate with parents<br />

– Effectively develops and retains staff<br />

– Develops leadership capacity and ability in<br />

the organization<br />

– Works with high schools to develop feeder<br />

programs in support of ex-missions<br />

– Works with licensing regulatory bodies as<br />

needed<br />

Parents/Community:<br />

– Builds strong and positive parent community<br />

– Supports staff with parent relationships<br />

– Works with the parent association<br />

– Leads school events such as Chinese New<br />

Year, Back to school night with current and<br />

prospective parents<br />

– Participates in evaluation of prospective<br />

students and parents<br />

– Presents at open houses, forums, and outreach<br />

to prospective and current families<br />

Financial:<br />

– Contributes in the development of the<br />

school’s annual budget<br />

– Collaborates with operations manager in<br />

approving purchases<br />

Policies and Procedures:<br />

– Provides regular updates to founders/investor<br />

on:<br />

– Implementation of policies and procedures<br />

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– Curriculum development and achievement<br />

Please email the cover letter and resume with<br />

“Principal” in the subject line<br />

to rgupta@hwis.org by February 15, <strong>2023</strong>. The<br />

pay range for the position is $100,000.00 –<br />

$125,000.00 per year along with benefits<br />

including Paid time off, Health Insurance,<br />

Vision insurance, Dental insurance, Employee<br />

assistance program, 401(k), Flexible spending<br />

account, Life insurance.<br />

HWIS is an equal opportunity employer and<br />

values diversity in the workplace. We actively<br />

encourage all qualified applicants regardless of<br />

race, color, religion, gender, national origin,<br />

age, disability, veteran status, or sexual<br />

orientation to apply.<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor, Chinese<br />

Language (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)<br />

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY’s Department<br />

of East Asian Languages and Cultures invites<br />

applications for a one-year position as Visiting<br />

Assistant Professor in Chinese language,<br />

beginning in July, <strong>2023</strong>. Responsibilities<br />

include teaching six Chinese language courses<br />

across all levels (three per semester). Applicants<br />

must possess native or near-native fluency in<br />

Chinese and English, a PhD (or ABD status) in<br />

Chinese linguistics, pedagogy, or a related area,<br />

and have experience in teaching Chinese<br />

language courses of all levels at the college<br />

level (U.S. experience preferred). A strong<br />

grounding in proficiency-oriented teaching, a<br />

commitment to creating an inclusive classroom<br />

environment for students from a range of<br />

diverse backgrounds, and a command of<br />

instructional technology applied to language<br />

learning are also preferred qualities.<br />

Applicants should apply via the University’s<br />

career website at: https://hr.wfu.edu/<br />

careers/. The application should be submitted<br />

as a single pdf file. A complete application will<br />

include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a<br />

statement on teaching philosophy and<br />

pedagogy, two sample syllabi, a list of three<br />

professional references, and a link to a video<br />

teaching demonstration at the elementary/<br />

intermediate or advanced level. A second video<br />

at a different level is welcome but not required.<br />

Review of applications will begin February 15,<br />

<strong>2023</strong>. Applications will be accepted until the<br />

position is filled.<br />

Inquiries about the application process and<br />

document submission may be addressed<br />

to wakejobs@wfu.edu. Inquiries about the<br />

faculty position or department should<br />

be directed to Andy<br />

Rodekohr, rodekoaj@wfu.edu.<br />

Wake Forest University is a private,<br />

coeducational institution dedicated to<br />

academic excellence in liberal arts, graduate<br />

and professional education. Founded in 1834,<br />

the University is ranked among the top 30<br />

national universities. With 5,200 undergraduates<br />

and 3,200 graduate and professional students,<br />

the student-faculty ratio is 11:1. Wake Forest is<br />

a collegiate university offering a vibrant<br />

intellectual community with a rich cultural life,<br />

an impressive array of facilities and an active<br />

athletics community. The University has a deep<br />

institutional commitment to public service and<br />

engagement with the world, as indicated by the<br />

motto “pro humanitate.” For quick facts about<br />

the University, go to http://www.wfu.edu/<br />

visitors/quickfacts.html.<br />

Wake Forest University welcomes and<br />

encourages diversity and inclusivity and seeks<br />

applicants with demonstrated success in<br />

working with diverse populations. Wake Forest<br />

University is an AA/EO employer and values an<br />

inclusive and diverse learning community and<br />

campus climate.<br />

In order to provide a safe and productive<br />

learning and living community, Wake Forest<br />

University conducts background investigations<br />

for final candidates upon their acceptance of an<br />

offer of employment.<br />

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Faculty Position (Assistant Professor, Senior<br />

Lecturer, or Lecturer) in Chinese Language<br />

(Suzhou, China)<br />

Duke Kunshan University (DKU) invites<br />

applications for a faculty position (Assistant<br />

Professor, Senior Lecturer, or Lecturer)<br />

teaching and coaching Chinese in the Language<br />

and Culture Center (LCC).<br />

The Language and Culture Center is responsible<br />

for offering language courses for undergraduate<br />

and graduate DKU programs, including courses<br />

in English for academic purposes, Chinese as a<br />

second language, written and oral<br />

communication, and additional languages. The<br />

LCC supports intercultural communication<br />

among students and faculty at DKU, helping<br />

facilitate the achievement of key institutionwide<br />

goals that include the development of<br />

students who can communicate lucidly and<br />

navigate successfully diverse cultures and<br />

languages. The position begins July 1, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Qualifications (Assistant Professor – tenure<br />

track)<br />

Required:<br />

• Terminal degree/Ph.D. in relevant field (e.g.<br />

Chinese language, East Asian Studies).<br />

• Chinese language teaching experience at the<br />

university level.<br />

• Solid record of scholarship.<br />

• Strong command of English.<br />

Preferred<br />

• Able to teach elective courses related to<br />

Chinese language (e.g. Classical Chinese,<br />

history of Chinese, languages of China, Chinese<br />

in East Asia, Chinese linguistics).<br />

• Knowledge of Classical Chinese and/or other<br />

varieties of Chinese (e.g. Cantonese,<br />

Shanghainese, Suzhounese).<br />

• Knowledge of additional languages, especially<br />

East Asian languages (e.g. Japanese, Korean,<br />

Vietnamese).<br />

• Background in intercultural communication.<br />

Qualifications (Lecturer or Senior Lecturer –<br />

non-tenure track)<br />

Required:<br />

• Graduate degree in relevant field (e.g. Chinese<br />

language, East Asian Studies).<br />

• Chinese language teaching experience at the<br />

university level.<br />

• Strong command of English.<br />

Preferred<br />

• Knowledge of Classical Chinese and/or other<br />

varieties of Chinese (e.g. Cantonese,<br />

Shanghainese, Suzhounese).<br />

• Knowledge of additional languages, especially<br />

East Asian languages (e.g. Japanese, Korean,<br />

Vietnamese).<br />

• Background in intercultural communication.<br />

Applicants should provide a cover letter, a<br />

curriculum vitae, and a teaching/research<br />

statement, and should arrange to have three<br />

letters of reference submitted. All materials<br />

should be submitted through Academic Jobs<br />

Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/<br />

23937. Questions about the position may be<br />

sent to lcc-search@dukekunshan.edu.cn using<br />

“Faculty Position in Chinese Language” as the<br />

subject line. Priority will be given to<br />

applications received by <strong>January</strong> 1, <strong>2023</strong>;<br />

applications will be accepted until the position<br />

is filled.<br />

DKU is a collaborative partnership of Duke<br />

University, Wuhan University and the<br />

Municipality of Kunshan, China (https://<br />

dukekunshan.edu.cn/). Our campus provides an<br />

innovative and robustly interdisciplinary<br />

undergraduate liberal arts experience to a<br />

student body that will number 2000 students<br />

and 150+ faculty, with an acceptance rate of<br />


The DKU campus is 37 miles west of Shanghai<br />

in Kunshan, and is connected to Shanghai via<br />

an 18-minute high-speed train and a subwaylight<br />

rail train system. DKU provides<br />

internationally competitive compensation,<br />

housing allowance, child education benefits (for<br />

applicable faculty positions), and a<br />

discretionary fund or start-up package.<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor, Chinese<br />

Language & Asian Studies (Winter Park,<br />

FL)<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor, Chinese Language<br />

& Asian Studies<br />

Rollins is the best college in Florida, but don’t<br />

just take our word for it. See what the experts<br />

are saying. Explore all of the ways Rollins is<br />

top ranked—from our academic excellence and<br />

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one-of-a-kind study abroad opportunities.<br />

For the 14th consecutive year, Rollins College<br />

has been named a “Great College to Work For”!<br />

Be a part of the Rollins experience and find a<br />

place where you belong. Ready to join us?<br />

Position Summary:<br />

The https://www.rollins.edu/global-languages/<br />

index.html, a private liberal arts college in<br />

central Florida, invites applications for the<br />

position of Visiting Assistant Professor position<br />

in Chinese Language and Asian Studies, to<br />

begin in Fall, <strong>2023</strong>. The initial appointment is<br />

for two years. We seek candidates with native or<br />

near-native fluency in Chinese and English;<br />

Ph.D. in Chinese, East Asian Languages, Asian<br />

Studies, Foreign Language Pedagogy, Second<br />

Language Acquisition, or related field; and<br />

substantial teaching experience at college level<br />

in the United States. The successful candidate<br />

will teach all levels of Chinese language as well<br />

as contribute to Asian Studies and general<br />

education curriculum.<br />

Rollins College requires its faculty to have a<br />

strong commitment to teaching and curriculum<br />

development and show promise of pedagogical<br />

innovation and educational leadership. The<br />

successful candidate must be able to contribute<br />

to a diverse and inclusive learning and working<br />

environment at Rollins College. We view<br />

differences (e.g., nationality, race, gender, age,<br />

sexual orientation, socioeconomic class,<br />

physical ability, perspectives) as rich<br />

opportunities for understanding, learning, and<br />

growth.<br />

Founded in 1885, Rollins is Florida’s oldest<br />

recognized college. Rollins is an independent,<br />

comprehensive, residential liberal arts college.<br />

The campus, noted for its lakefront beauty and<br />

for its unique location, is set in the residential<br />

community of Winter Park, just 15 minutes<br />

from one of the nation’s most dynamic urban<br />

centers, Orlando. For the last 10 years, U.S.<br />

News & World Report ranked Rollins No. 1 or<br />

No. 2 among southern regional universities.<br />

Rollins is one of only 36 Ashoka U<br />

Changemaker Campuses in the world. For<br />

additional information, please visit the College<br />

website at http://www.rollins.edu/.<br />

Minimum Qualifications and Education:<br />

• Native or near-native fluency in Chinese and<br />

English<br />

• Ph.D. in Chinese, East Asian Languages,<br />

Asian Studies, Foreign Language Pedagogy,<br />

Second Language Acquisition, or related field<br />

• Teaching experience at college level in the<br />

U.S.<br />

• Demonstrated ability teach all levels of<br />

Chinese language as well as contribute to Asian<br />

Studies and general education curriculum<br />

• Demonstrated ability to contribute to a diverse<br />

and inclusive learning and working<br />

environment at Rollins College<br />

Instructions to Applicants:<br />

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Interested applicants must apply online via the<br />

College’s employment website and upload the<br />

following materials as follows:<br />

• Letter of interest<br />

• Curriculum vitae<br />

• Teaching statement<br />

• Provide three reference names and email<br />

addresses on application<br />

Inquiries can be directed to:<br />

Li Wei<br />

Chinese Coordinator in the Global Languages<br />

and Cultures Department<br />

mailto:lwei@rollins.edu<br />

About Rollins College:<br />

Rollins is committed to fostering a diverse and<br />

inclusive campus community, and the College<br />

celebrates the open exchange of ideas within a<br />

climate of civility and mutual respect. We view<br />

differences—from race and ethnicity to sexual<br />

orientation and political perspectives—as rich<br />

opportunities for understanding, learning, and<br />

growth. to learn more, please click https://<br />

www.rollins.edu/about-rollins/diversityinclusion/index.html.<br />

Through its mission, Rollins College is firmly<br />

committed to creating a just community that<br />

embraces multiculturalism; persons from<br />

historically under-represented minority groups<br />

are therefore encouraged to apply. Rollins does<br />

not discriminate on the basis of sex, disability,<br />

race, age, religion, color, national or ethnic<br />

origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status,<br />

sexual orientation, gender identity, gender<br />

expression, genetic information, physical<br />

characteristics, or any other category protected<br />

by federal, state, or local law, in its educational<br />

programs and activities.<br />

FLSA Status: Exempt<br />

Service Months: 9<br />

To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/3648324<br />

Instructor of Chinese (Bowling Green,<br />

Kentucky)<br />

Job Description:<br />

The Department of Modern Languages seeks<br />

applicants for a one-year full-time Instructor of<br />

Chinese position to begin in August, <strong>2023</strong>. This<br />

position will be located on WKU’s main<br />

campus in Bowling Green, KY. The position is<br />

a full-time instructorship, teaching up to 15<br />

hours per semester of all levels of Chinese<br />

language and culture courses following the<br />

program’s curriculum and guidelines, including<br />

services related to instruction and programbuilding.<br />

This position is currently being filled<br />

as a temporary position with an end date;<br />

however, it has the potential to become a<br />

regular ongoing appointment.<br />

Requirements:<br />

Minimum of a Master’s degree in Chinese,<br />

Language Teaching or Second Language<br />

Acquisition or a related field<br />

Experience with proficiency-oriented<br />

instruction aligned with ACTFL standards<br />

Commitment to student-centered instruction<br />

with effective use of technology<br />

Evidence of excellent teaching ability for both<br />

regular and intensive Chinese programs<br />

Excellent written and interpersonal<br />

communication skills<br />

Effective use of technology in instruction<br />

Native or near native abilities in Mandarin<br />

Chinese and English<br />

Experience with serving a diverse student<br />

population<br />

Interest in or experience in student engagement<br />

and advisement<br />

Additional Information:<br />

Kentucky state law requires all public<br />

institutions of postsecondary education to<br />

conduct pre-employment criminal background<br />

checks to determine suitability for employment.<br />

Western Kentucky University (WKU) is<br />

committed to a policy and practice of providing<br />

equal employment and educational<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 88


opportunities to all individuals. In accordance<br />

with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of<br />

1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments<br />

of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act<br />

of 1973, Revised 1992, and the Americans with<br />

Disabilities Act of 1990, no form of<br />

discrimination or harassment will be tolerated at<br />

WKU on the basis of race, color, ethnicity,<br />

national origin, creed, religion, political belief,<br />

sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/<br />

expression, marital status, age, uniformed<br />

services, veteran status, genetic information,<br />

pregnancy, childbirth or related medical<br />

conditions, or physical or mental disability in<br />

admission to career and technical education<br />

programs and/or activities, or employment<br />

practices.<br />

Persons with disabilities, who need reasonable<br />

accommodations to participate in the<br />

application and/or selection process, should<br />

notify the office of Equal Employment<br />

Opportunity/Affirmative Action/University<br />

ADA Services (EEO). To request an<br />

accommodation, report/express a complaint, or<br />

ask questions regarding WKU”s Discrimination<br />

and Harassment Policy (#0.2040), please<br />

contact Mr. Joshua Hayes, EEO Director/Title<br />

IX Investigator/University ADA Coordinator,<br />

via email at joshua.hayes@wku.edu or by<br />

phone at (270) 745-5121.<br />

The University is also required to investigate<br />

complaints of sex and gender-based harassment,<br />

also a form of discrimination, and has<br />

designated the Title IX Coordinator as the<br />

individual responsible for coordinating the<br />

investigation and response to such complaints.<br />

The Title IX Coordinator for the University is<br />

Ms. Ena Demir, who can be contacted via email<br />

at ena.demir@wku.edu or by phone at (270)<br />

745-6867. Additional information regarding<br />

Title IX is accessible via WKU’s https://<br />

www.wku.edu/titleix/ website.<br />

Information concerning educational programs<br />

offered by WKU are provided at: http://<br />

www.wku.edu/atwku/academics.php<br />

Application Instructions:<br />

The application can be found on the electronic<br />

management system: https://<br />

wku.interviewexchange.com/<br />

jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=DB2011B8292D0<br />

41C1EEE80B5E0F82708?JOBID=156052<br />

The following items must be submitted through<br />

the electronic talent management system by<br />

<strong>January</strong> 11, <strong>2023</strong>, although applications may be<br />

considered until the position is filled.<br />

Letter of Intent<br />

Curriculum Vita<br />

Unofficial Transcripts<br />

Statement of Teaching Philosophy<br />

Names and contact information of three<br />

reference providers will be collected during the<br />

application process. Reference letters will be<br />

requested by the Search Committee through an<br />

online process at a later date.<br />

You will receive email confirmation once you<br />

have successfully completed the application<br />

process.<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor or Instructor of<br />

Chinese (Gambier, OH)<br />

Kenyon College’s Department of Modern<br />

Languages and Literatures invites applications<br />

for a one-year (<strong>2023</strong>–2024) position at the<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor or Instr\uctor level<br />

in Chinese in the Department of Modern<br />

Languages and Literatures. Area of<br />

specialization is open, but preference will be<br />

shown to candidates whose research agenda and<br />

teaching experience show a commitment to<br />

diversity, equity, and inclusion.<br />

Candidates must have a demonstrated ability to<br />

teach a variety of undergraduate courses,<br />

including Chinese language and courses on<br />

Chinese literature and culture in translation.<br />

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Teaching load is five courses per year.<br />

Applicants should have native or near-native<br />

command of Chinese and English. A Ph.D. is<br />

preferred, but ABDs are welcome to apply. A<br />

complete application will include 1) a cover<br />

letter with research statement; 2) a current<br />

Curriculum Vitae; 3) a teaching philosophy that<br />

includes a statement on promoting diversity,<br />

equity, and inclusion in the liberal-arts college<br />

setting; 4) an official transcript; and 5) contact<br />

information for three professional references.<br />

All application materials must be submitted<br />

electronically through Kenyon’s employment<br />

website: http://careers.kenyon.edu by December<br />

20, 2022.<br />

Application review will begin following the<br />

deadline and will continue until the position is<br />

filled. Preliminary interviews will take place via<br />

virtual meetings.<br />

Assistant Professor of Instruction in Chinese<br />

(Austin, TX)<br />

The Department of Asian Studies at the<br />

University of Texas at Austin invites<br />

applications for an Assistant Professor of<br />

Instruction in Chinese language, beginning<br />

September 1, <strong>2023</strong>. This full-time, non-tenuretrack<br />

position carries the possibility of annual<br />

renewal, contingent upon job performance, the<br />

continued needs of the department, and the<br />

availability of program funding. The successful<br />

candidate will teach two or three Chinese<br />

language courses (12 contact hours per week in<br />

the classroom) each semester. Located at the<br />

flagship campus of the University of Texas<br />

System, our department offers a congenial and<br />

exciting context for teaching and research in the<br />

languages and cultures of East Asia. In addition<br />

to working closely with students in our<br />

department, the successful candidate will also<br />

have the opportunity to participate fully in the<br />

rich intellectual life of the University of Texas<br />

at Austin.<br />

The minimum requirements are an MA in<br />

Teaching Chinese as a Second Language,<br />

foreign language acquisition, pedagogy,<br />

linguistics, or a related field; professional<br />

proficiency in Mandarin Chinese and English;<br />

willingness to participate in team teaching and<br />

program affairs. Preference will be given to<br />

candidates with teaching experience at the<br />

post-secondary level in North America and<br />

with demonstrated ability to teach a variety of<br />

levels. We are especially interested in<br />

candidates who will contribute to diversity,<br />

equity, and inclusion in higher education<br />

through their teaching, research, and service.<br />

Interested candidates are invited to upload via<br />

Interfolio: 1) a cover letter describing their<br />

qualifications and teaching experience, 2) a<br />

detailed curriculum vitae, 3) syllabi of courses<br />

taught, including the daily (or weekly) course<br />

plans, grading criteria/policy, and the textbooks<br />

used, 4) three letters of recommendation, and 5)<br />

a sample teaching video (teaching the Chinese<br />

language to non-Chinese heritage adult students<br />

is preferred) and the lesson plan shown in the<br />

video.<br />

The deadline for applications is <strong>January</strong> 16,<br />

<strong>2023</strong>. Please direct questions about the search<br />

to Prof. Yi-Chun Lin<br />

(yichunlin@austin.utexas.edu) with the words<br />

“Chinese language search” in the subject line.<br />

Salary will depend upon qualifications.<br />

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement<br />

The University of Texas at Austin, as an equal<br />

opportunity/affirmative action employer,<br />

complies with all applicable federal and state<br />

laws regarding nondiscrimination and<br />

affirmative action. The University is committed<br />

to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons<br />

and does not discriminate on the basis of race,<br />

color, national origin, age, marital status, sex,<br />

sexual orientation, gender identity, gender<br />

expression, disability, religion, or veteran status<br />

in employment, educational programs and<br />

activities, and admissions.<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 90


Lecturer in Chinese Language (Vancouver,<br />

BC Canada)<br />

The University of British Columbia, Vancouver<br />

Campus, invites applications for a full-time<br />

Lecturer position in Chinese Language, for<br />

three years with a possible renewal/extension,<br />

commencing Sept 1, <strong>2023</strong>. In accordance with<br />

the Collective Agreement between UBC and the<br />

UBC Faculty Association, lecturer positions at<br />

UBC are appointments without review (i.e. nontenure<br />

track), renewable for successive terms<br />

subject to availability of funds and<br />

demonstration of excellence in teaching and<br />

service. This position will entail a probationary<br />

first year.<br />

We seek an exceptional teacher of Mandarin<br />

Chinese Language courses at all levels with a<br />

track record of employing innovative<br />

pedagogies and active engagement in scholarly<br />

teaching. The workload for these positions<br />

includes teaching plus service. The full-time<br />

teaching load for a Lecturer is 24 credits (eight<br />

3-credit equivalent courses) per year, typically<br />

with a 3-3 load in the Winter sessions and 2<br />

courses or one intensive 6-credit course in one<br />

of the Summer sessions.<br />

Requirements include: (1) full professional<br />

fluency in both Mandarin Chinese and English;<br />

(2) a master’s (or equivalent) or higher degree<br />

in Teaching Chinese as a Second/Foreign<br />

Language, or a closely related field; (3)<br />

evidence of excellent and extensive teaching<br />

experience at the post-secondary level in North<br />

America; (4) experience with designing course<br />

materials and assessments, and initiating or<br />

organizing co-, or extra-curricular activities; (5)<br />

experience working collaboratively with<br />

colleagues, e.g. parallel session instructors,<br />

TAs, etc.; (6) a strong record of full<br />

participation and valuable contribution in<br />

teamwork and program affairs; and (7) evidence<br />

of keeping abreast with recent developments in<br />

the field and being innovative in teaching<br />

practice.<br />

The successful candidate will be expected to<br />

maintain an excellent record of teaching, active<br />

engagement in professional development and<br />

team-based curriculum design/development of<br />

teaching materials, perform instructional<br />

responsibilities in coordination with other<br />

instructors in parallel sections and other levels,<br />

as well as participate fully in program affairs<br />

and service. Salary will be commensurate with<br />

qualifications and experience. These positions<br />

are subject to final budgetary approval.<br />

The application dossier should include: (1) an<br />

application letter, (2) curriculum vitae with the<br />

names and contact information for three<br />

referees who could provide confidential<br />

reference letters, (3) 1-2 pages of statement of<br />

teaching philosophy, (4) two sample teaching<br />

videos for two different levels (at least 30<br />

minutes each), (5) lesson plans for each of the<br />

lessons shown in the sample teaching videos,<br />

and (6) other evidence of teaching<br />

effectiveness, and (7) 1-2 pages of equity,<br />

diversity and inclusion statement speaking to<br />

the applicant’s experience working with a<br />

diverse student body and contributions or<br />

potential contributions to creating/advancing a<br />

culture of equity and inclusion. Applicants are<br />

required to upload their teaching demos to<br />

YouTube as unlisted public videos and to send<br />

the links as part of their application submission.<br />

All application materials should be submitted<br />

online at http://asia.ubc.ca/careers.<br />

Applicants should arrange for three reference<br />

letters to be sent directly from the referees to<br />

asia.jobsearch@ubc.ca. Reference letters should<br />

be in PDF format. Please have the letters and<br />

emails titled in the following format: applicant<br />

last name-first name-referee last name-first<br />

name-Reference-ChineseLanguage.<br />

The deadline for receipt of application materials<br />

and reference letters is Jan 18th, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Applicants with questions about the position or<br />

who have technical difficulties are welcome to<br />

contact asia.jobsearch@ubc.ca.<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


Equity and diversity are essential to academic<br />

excellence. An open and diverse community<br />

fosters the inclusion of voices that have been<br />

underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage<br />

applications from members of groups that have<br />

been marginalized on any grounds enumerated<br />

under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including<br />

sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or<br />

expression, racialization, disability, political<br />

belief, religion, marital or family status, age,<br />

and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or<br />

Indigenous person. All qualified persons are<br />

encouraged to apply; however, Canadian<br />

citizens and permanent residents of Canada will<br />

be given priority.<br />

Given the uncertainty caused by the global<br />

COVID-19 pandemic, applicants must be<br />

prepared to conduct interviews remotely if<br />

circumstances require. A successful applicant<br />

may be asked to consider an offer containing a<br />

deadline without having been able to make an<br />

in-person visit to campus if travel and other<br />

restrictions are still in place.<br />

For information about the Department, please<br />

visit www.asia.ubc.ca<br />

Instructor of Chinese (Morganton, NC)<br />

POSTING DATE: 11/6/2022<br />

CLOSING DATE: Open until filled (priority<br />

consideration to applications prior to <strong>January</strong><br />

10, <strong>2023</strong>)<br />

HIRING SALARY: Commensurate with<br />

education and experience<br />

POSITION TYPE: EHRA Faculty, 10-month,<br />

1.0 FTE<br />

EXPECTED START DATE: July 1, <strong>2023</strong><br />

The North Carolina School of Science and<br />

Mathematics (NCSSM) invites applications for<br />

a full-time Instructor of Chinese at its new<br />

campus in Morganton, North Carolina. The<br />

position is a 10-month, permanent-track<br />

appointment with full benefits through the State<br />

of North Carolina.<br />

NCSSM and its Academic Programs division<br />

foster an environment of collaboration across<br />

departments and divisions and support<br />

community-engaged service and research.<br />

NCSSM is proud of the diversity of its student<br />

body, and we seek to attract an equally diverse<br />

applicant pool for this position. NCSSM is an<br />

equal opportunity and affirmative action<br />

employer, and we are strongly committed to<br />

increasing faculty and staff diversity. All<br />

qualified applicants will receive consideration<br />

for employment without regard to race, color,<br />

national origin, religion, sex, gender identity or<br />

expression, age, sexual orientation, genetic<br />

information, status as an individual with a<br />

disability, or status as a protected veteran. If you<br />

are an individual with disabilities requiring<br />

accommodations in the application and<br />

interview process, please contact us at<br />

hr@ncssm.edu.<br />

Description of Duties:<br />

Founded in 1980, the North Carolina School of<br />

Science and Mathematics is a state-supported<br />

residential and online high school for students<br />

who have demonstrated exceptional talent or<br />

interest in science, mathematics, engineering,<br />

and technology. Since the school’s inception,<br />

the humanities and fine arts have been an<br />

integral part of an NCSSM education and have<br />

played a key role in helping the institution<br />

fulfill its mission to cultivate a new generation<br />

of informed, empathetic, engaged, and ethical<br />

citizens and leaders. Languages currently<br />

offered at NCSSM-Morganton are Arabic,<br />

French, and Spanish. To expand and enhance<br />

our curricular offerings, we are currently<br />

seeking an Instructor of Chinese.<br />

The position is a full-time, ten-month<br />

appointment in the Department of Humanities<br />

at the NCSSM-Morganton campus, with full<br />

benefits through the state of North Carolina.<br />

The position reports to the Chair of Humanities,<br />

NCSSM-Morganton, and is responsible for<br />

providing instruction in Chinese.<br />

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The expected teaching assignment is three<br />

course sections per semester. Successful<br />

candidates will be able to teach a range of<br />

courses in Mandarin Chinese, from introductory<br />

through advanced levels of the language, using<br />

the communicative approach, and will be able<br />

to develop multi-level, proficiency-based<br />

curricula that provide entry points for students<br />

of various proficiencies, including heritage<br />

speakers. We look favorably upon a diversity of<br />

experience, interests, and background<br />

preparation, given that our humanities course<br />

offerings include not only World Languages but<br />

also American Studies (the core humanities<br />

experience for all NCSSM juniors) and a wide<br />

range of senior-level cultural studies courses,<br />

including African Studies, Asian Studies, Latin<br />

American Studies, Western European Cultural<br />

Studies, Modern World Fiction, Digital<br />

Humanities, Critical Race Theory, Women’s,<br />

Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Southern<br />

Studies, and Literature and Philosophy of the<br />

Twentieth Century. Offerings in our Fine Arts<br />

program include studio and performance<br />

courses in the visual arts, music, and drama.<br />

Our program also includes student- and facultyled<br />

seminars and independent studies.<br />

Humanities faculty are responsible for<br />

developing and teaching innovative and<br />

engaging humanities curricula, with a focus on<br />

interdisciplinary studies, in NCSSM’s<br />

residential and highly interactive online<br />

programs. Faculty should plan on playing an<br />

enthusiastic role with colleagues across all<br />

campuses of the school in ongoing<br />

conversations and collaborations about ideas,<br />

goals, pedagogical methods, and authentic<br />

assessments in NCSSM’s teaching and learning<br />

environment.<br />

Other Responsibilities Include:<br />

Develop and communicate to students clear<br />

course objectives and goals;<br />

Plan and develop an instructional program that<br />

helps students assimilate specific course content<br />

and skills;<br />

Hold office hours and tutorial sessions as<br />

outlined by the Department of Humanities;<br />

Regularly monitor and evaluate students’<br />

progress, providing them with resources and<br />

feedback on their performance;<br />

Structure and manage an environment<br />

conducive to learning;<br />

Model for students responsibility to self and<br />

others;<br />

Follow the school’s philosophy, policies, and<br />

procedures;<br />

Participate in departmental, faculty, and staff<br />

meetings;<br />

Serve on departmental, faculty, and school-wide<br />

standing committees;<br />

Write recommendations for as many as 15<br />

students each year, as requested;<br />

Serve as a <strong>January</strong>-Term sponsor;<br />

Participate in professional development and<br />

personal intellectual growth activities;<br />

Participate in one or more of the following<br />

activities:<br />

– Provide professional service and engagement<br />

in the field;<br />

– Assist students with special projects,<br />

independent and individual study, and seminarbased<br />

studies;<br />

– Participate in the NCSSM admissions process<br />

by recruiting, selecting, and advising<br />

prospective students;<br />

– Participate in NCSSM alumni activities;<br />

– Provide assistance for school-sponsored<br />

programs and extracurricular activities.<br />

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:<br />

Applicants should demonstrate a deep<br />

understanding of the language and its cultural<br />

and historical contexts, a passion for teaching<br />

and learning, and a love of ideas, combined<br />

with a commitment to serving as mentor and<br />

guide for students — both in the classroom and<br />

in extracurricular activities. Applicants should<br />

be able and willing to use appropriate<br />

educational technology to engage students in<br />

learning, in both face-to-face and remote<br />

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settings. Applicants should be dedicated to<br />

continual growth, both as teachers and learners.<br />

Since all NCSSM faculty and staff are expected<br />

to support the intellectual, cultural, emotional,<br />

and social growth of students — responsibilities<br />

that transcend a traditional high school or<br />

college teaching schedule — applicants should<br />

bring to the work a keen commitment to<br />

participating actively in the multi-dimensional<br />

life of the NCSSM community.<br />

Minimum Education and Experience:<br />

A Master’s degree in Chinese or a Master’s<br />

degree in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign<br />

Language, or an advanced degree in another<br />

relevant field, with a proven track record as an<br />

effective and inspiring instructor of Chinese in a<br />

proficiency-based, communicative-focused<br />

language program.<br />

Desired:<br />

Familiarity with the ACTFL World-Readiness<br />

Statements for Learning Languages, Can-Do<br />

Statements, and OPI Proficiency Guidelines.<br />

Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues<br />

to identify students’ needs and develop<br />

engaging, practical, and informative courses.<br />

Experience and expertise in effective uses of<br />

instructional technology. Excellent<br />

organizational and collaboration skills.<br />

Experience and expertise in working with<br />

advanced high school or undergraduate students<br />

in the novice, intermediate, and advanced levels<br />

of the language and in individualizing<br />

instruction to accommodate the range of<br />

students’ proficiencies at each level. Interest and<br />

ability to develop and teach high-interest topicsbased<br />

courses that are taught in the target<br />

language and grounded in authentic materials.<br />

The ideal candidate will be eager to participate<br />

fully in the wide variety of academic and<br />

cultural endeavors our school values, offers, and<br />

promotes. An exciting feature of NCSSM’s<br />

academic calendar is “<strong>January</strong>-Term,”<br />

consisting of two two-week sessions when<br />

faculty members lead intensive learning<br />

experiences both on and off campus. The ideal<br />

candidate will have the interest and ability to<br />

develop and lead these sessions on specialized<br />

topics that will appeal to NCSSM students. We<br />

also offer opportunities for students to travel<br />

domestically and abroad during this period; as<br />

such, experience in leading student travel<br />

groups and/or the willingness to do so is a<br />

definite plus.<br />

About NCSSM:<br />

North Carolina School of Science and<br />

Mathematics (NCSSM) is a world-class public<br />

high school with statewide reach empowering<br />

academically talented students from diverse<br />

backgrounds from every corner of the state to<br />

design their own future. We offer residential<br />

high school programs in Durham and<br />

Morganton for juniors and seniors or virtual<br />

high school courses and programs that students<br />

can take alongside their local curriculum, all<br />

tuition-free. Our wide array of summer<br />

offerings for rising 5th- through 12th-graders<br />

includes free opportunities for in-state students<br />

alongside paid options for students from<br />

anywhere in the world. NCSSM Extended<br />

Learning partners with communities and<br />

regions to advance student learning and<br />

outcomes.<br />

Specializing in science, technology,<br />

engineering, and math, and embracing the fine<br />

arts and humanities, NCSSM has become the<br />

model for 18 such specialized schools around<br />

the globe since its founding in 1980 and is a full<br />

constituent of the University of North Carolina<br />

System. NCSSM’s Ignite + Transform<br />

comprehensive campaign seeks to raise $50<br />

million in private support for our mission.<br />

The new NCSSM-Morganton campus opened in<br />

2022 for summer programs and its first fall<br />

academic term and focuses on the fields of data<br />

science and artificial intelligence, preparing the<br />

leaders of tomorrow to navigate a future driven<br />

by data and machine learning, with emphasis on<br />

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the humanistic implications and ethical use of<br />

these tools.<br />

Nearly two-thirds of NCSSM graduates earn a<br />

bachelor’s degree in a STEM field—more than<br />

three times the national average, including 58<br />

percent of our underrepresented minority<br />

graduates, which is nearly four times the<br />

national average. Nearly three-quarters have<br />

earned or are seeking a graduate degree. A 2020<br />

economic impact study found that 54 percent of<br />

our alumni continue to live and work in North<br />

Carolina, catalyzing nearly $1.3 billion in<br />

annual economic activity. NCSSM embraces<br />

equity, diversity, and inclusion, and seeks to<br />

recruit employees who share these values.<br />

For more information, please visit ncssm.edu.<br />

How to Apply:<br />

Submit electronic application via: http://<br />

www.governmentjobs.com/careers/<br />

northcarolina/. Please create an account, search<br />

for the Instructor of Chinese position vacancy,<br />

and submit the online application.<br />

Please complete your application in full. All<br />

required Competencies, Work History, and<br />

Credentials must appear on the application in<br />

the Education and Work Experience sections of<br />

the application to receive consideration during<br />

the selection process. Resumes will not be<br />

accepted in lieu of completing the State<br />

Application form in its entirety. “See Attached<br />

Resume or an Embedded Text Resume” will be<br />

considered incomplete and will not be<br />

processed. Degrees must be received from<br />

appropriately accredited institutions.<br />

Please attach a cover letter, CV, and statement<br />

of teaching philosophy to the online application<br />

before submitting.<br />

Applicants seeking Veteran’s Preference must<br />

attach a DD form 214, Certificate of Release or<br />

Discharge from Active Duty, along with the<br />

state application. Applicants seeking National<br />

Guard Preference must attach a NGB 23A<br />

(RPAS) if they are a current member of the NC<br />

National Guard in good standing. If applicants<br />

are a former member of the NC National Guard<br />

who served for at least six years and was<br />

discharged under honorable conditions, they<br />

must attach either a DD256 or NGB 22 along<br />

with their state application.<br />

Final candidates are subject to criminal and sex<br />

offender background checks. Some vacancies<br />

also require a motor vehicle check. If the<br />

highest degree is from an institution outside of<br />

the U.S., final candidates are required to have<br />

their degree equivalency verified at<br />

www.wes.org or equivalent service. NCSSM<br />

participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all<br />

employers to verify the identity and<br />

employment eligibility of all persons hired to<br />

work in the United States.<br />

Please refrain from submitting multiple<br />

applications. However, if multiple applications<br />

are submitted to a posting, only the most recent<br />

application received prior to the posting close<br />

date will be accepted. There is a 24-hour<br />

waiting period before an applicant can re-apply<br />

to a position.<br />

If you have questions, please contact Eric<br />

Hunsley, Assistant HR Director, at<br />

eric.hunsley@ncssm.edu<br />

NCSSM is an EEO/eVerify/VEVRAA<br />

Employer<br />

Chinese Flagship Project Coordinator<br />

(Oxford, Mississippi)<br />

The Department of Modern Languages at the<br />

University of Mississippi invites applications<br />

for a project coordinator to begin immediately.<br />

The incumbent will perform various<br />

administrative functions including recruiting,<br />

student advising and budgeting for the<br />

university’s Chinese Flagship and Project GO<br />

(ROTC) programs.<br />

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The Chinese Language Flagship Program at the<br />

University of Mississippi was established in<br />

2003 by a grant from the National Security<br />

Education Program. The program leads the<br />

nation in designing, supporting and<br />

implementing a new paradigm for advanced<br />

language education. The five-year<br />

undergraduate Chinese Language Program at<br />

the University of Mississippi is designed for<br />

highly motivated and diligent students who seek<br />

to achieve Superior-level proficiency in Chinese<br />

while pursuing degrees in the academic major<br />

of their choice. The successful candidate for this<br />

position must have at least two years’<br />

experience with the above activities and a BA<br />

from an accredited university. Proficiency in<br />

Mandarin Chinese is highly desirable. Visit<br />

[https://jobs.olemiss.edu/] to complete an<br />

application by uploading a cover letter, a<br />

resume and contact information for three<br />

references. Review of applications begins<br />

immediately and will continue until the position<br />

is filled or adequate applicant pools are<br />

established.<br />

The University of Mississippi is a flagship<br />

research-oriented university and an EEO/AA/<br />

Title VI/Title IX, Section 504/ADA/ADEA<br />

employer.<br />

Assistant Professor of Chinese (Bellingham,<br />

WA)<br />

Western Washington University<br />

Assistant Professor of Chinese<br />

About the University: Western Washington<br />

University is a public four-year institution with<br />

competitive admissions. WWU consists of<br />

seven undergraduate colleges plus the Graduate<br />

School, with a total enrollment of<br />

approximately 16,000. Western is located in<br />

Bellingham, a city of approximately 90,000, on<br />

the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish<br />

Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin,<br />

throughout the San Juan Islands and the North<br />

Cascades watershed, from time immemorial.<br />

Situated between Seattle and Vancouver, BC, in<br />

an area of scenic beauty and extensive cultural<br />

opportunities, WWU offers easy access to major<br />

research libraries, both directly and through our<br />

library’s extensive interlibrary loan system.<br />

About the Department: The Department of<br />

Modern and Classical Languages is home to 37<br />

faculty members, 19 of whom are in tenure-line<br />

positions. We offer majors in Chinese, French,<br />

German, Japanese, Spanish, and Latin<br />

American Studies, minors in Classical Studies,<br />

Greek, Latin, and Russian, and a teaching<br />

endorsement option for our major programs.<br />

Faculty teach at all levels of an undergraduate<br />

program and are expected to conduct research<br />

and participate in service opportunities. A<br />

number of department faculty participate in<br />

such interdepartmental programs as Canadian-<br />

American Studies, East Asian Studies, the<br />

Honors Program, Latin American Studies, as<br />

well as in the Linguistics Department.<br />

The Department supports Western’s mission,<br />

which states that together with our students,<br />

staff, and faculty, we are committed to making a<br />

positive impact in the state and the world with a<br />

shared focus on academic excellence and<br />

inclusive achievement. We encourage<br />

applications from women, people of color,<br />

people with disabilities, veterans, and other<br />

candidates from underrepresented backgrounds<br />

and with diverse experiences interested in this<br />

opportunity.<br />

About the Position: The Department of Modern<br />

and Classical Languages at Western Washington<br />

University is inviting applications for a tenuretrack<br />

position at the rank of Assistant Professor<br />

beginning September <strong>2023</strong>. We seek a specialist<br />

in Chinese Applied Linguistics. The successful<br />

candidate will teach a broad spectrum of<br />

undergraduate Chinese courses (in Chinese).<br />

Additionally, the successful candidate will teach<br />

a course in Chinese Language and Linguistics<br />

(in English).<br />

Responsibilities include: Standard quartersystem<br />

teaching assignment (2-2-2); exemplary<br />

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teaching; active program of scholarly activity;<br />

service to the Chinese section and to the<br />

Department through a range of activities. The<br />

successful candidate will be expected to fulfill<br />

teaching and mentoring responsibilities in ways<br />

that provide equitable and inclusive learning<br />

environments for all students.<br />

Salary: $66,000-$69,000, commensurate with<br />

experience and qualifications.<br />

Required Qualifications:<br />

• PhD at time of application or ABD at time of<br />

application with a specialization in Chinese<br />

Applied Linguistics. If<br />

ABD, all degree requirements must be<br />

completed by June 15, 2024.<br />

• Ability to teach Chinese language at all levels<br />

of the curriculum and Chinese linguistics<br />

courses, such as a<br />

course in Chinese sounds (in Chinese)<br />

• Ability to teach a course in Chinese Language<br />

and Linguistics (in English)<br />

• Native or near-native Chinese and English<br />

proficiency<br />

• Demonstrated excellence in teaching<br />

• Demonstrated commitment to excellence in<br />

scholarship and a dynamic research agenda<br />

• Ability to work effectively with diverse<br />

students and colleagues, including a<br />

demonstrated ability and<br />

commitment to cultivate learning environments<br />

that are equitable and inclusive of students with<br />

diverse<br />

social identities and backgrounds<br />

Preferred Qualification:<br />

• Ability to teach courses in Chinese culture (in<br />

Chinese)<br />

Application Instructions: Application materials<br />

must be submitted via WWU’s electronic<br />

application system (PageUp) at https://<br />

hr.wwu.edu/careers-faculty. Candidates must<br />

upload (1) a letter of application that describes<br />

their teaching philosophy and research plans<br />

and that addresses the required and preferred<br />

qualifications; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3)<br />

graduate school transcripts; (4) a sampling of<br />

teaching evaluations; and (5) a separate<br />

statement that addresses the ability to work<br />

effectively with diverse students and colleagues,<br />

and a commitment to fulfill teaching and<br />

mentoring responsibilities in ways that provide<br />

equitable and inclusive learning environments<br />

for all students (max. length one page). As part<br />

of the online application process, candidates<br />

will be asked to provide contact information for<br />

three references. Three recommendation letters<br />

are required, and these will be automatically<br />

requested, upon submission of the application,<br />

from the references provided.<br />

Closing Date Notes: Position closes on<br />

December 5; applications must be received by<br />

this date. Screening interviews are anticipated<br />

to take place via Zoom in <strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong>. Finalist<br />

interviews are anticipated to be conducted in<br />

February <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Western Washington University (WWU) is an<br />

equal opportunity and affirmative action<br />

employer committed to assembling a diverse,<br />

broadly trained faculty and staff. Women,<br />

minorities, people with disabilities and veterans<br />

are strongly encouraged to apply.<br />

Instructor (San Diego, California)<br />

Chinese Language, Culture and Literature<br />

The Chinese program at the University of San<br />

Diego (USD) is hiring an instructor to teach two<br />

Chinese-language classes, CHIN 101 (MWF<br />

14:30-15:25) and CHIN 201 (MWF<br />

10:10-11:05) for Spring <strong>2023</strong> (Jan. 26-May 24).<br />

The minimum requirements are an MA in<br />

Chinese literature, linguistics, language<br />

acquisition, pedagogy, or a related field; prior<br />

experience teaching language courses in a<br />

university setting; and demonstrated excellence<br />

in teaching. Assuming satisfactory performance,<br />

this position is renewable and will likely<br />

convert to a full-time post (with at least a 3/2<br />

teaching load, and competitive benefits for full-<br />

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time employees) as soon as the next academic<br />

year (AY<strong>2023</strong>-2024).<br />

The candidate should be legally authorized to<br />

work in the United States. Review of<br />

applications will begin immediately until the<br />

position is filled. If interested, please email a<br />

cover letter and a CV to Dr. Mei Yang at<br />

myang@sandiego.edu. Candidates who meet<br />

the qualifications will be called back for an<br />

interview.<br />

Lecturer in Modern Chinese Literature and<br />

Cinema (Vancouver, BC, CANADA)<br />

The Department of Asian Studies at the<br />

University of British Columbia (Vancouver<br />

campus) is accepting applications for the<br />

position of Lecturer in Modern Chinese<br />

Literature and Cinema, commencing July 1,<br />

<strong>2023</strong>.<br />

A full-time Lecturer in the Faculty of Arts is<br />

responsible for 24 teaching credits (i.e., eight 3-<br />

credit courses) annually, typically with a 3-3<br />

load in the Winter sessions and 2 courses or one<br />

intensive 6-credit course in one of the Summer<br />

sessions. The successful candidate will teach<br />

undergraduate courses in modern Chinese<br />

literature, culture, and cinema, primarily in<br />

English (ASIA-prefix content-based courses),<br />

and in Chinese (CHIN-prefix advanced<br />

language courses) as needed. The workload for<br />

this position also includes service assignments.<br />

This is a full-time position, which entails a<br />

probationary first year. Lecturer positions are<br />

non-tenure track appointments, renewable for<br />

successive terms, subject to availability of funds<br />

and demonstration of excellence in teaching and<br />

service, in accordance with the Collective<br />

Agreement between UBC and the UBC Faculty<br />

Association.<br />

Requirements include: A PhD in Chinese<br />

Literature, Chinese Cinema, or a related field<br />

(ABD candidates must expect to have<br />

successfully defended the dissertation before<br />

July 1, <strong>2023</strong>); full professional fluency in<br />

Mandarin Chinese and English; extensive<br />

teaching experience in related fields at the<br />

college/university level in North America; and<br />

commitment to teamwork and service.<br />

Desireable qualifications include demonstrated<br />

interest and experience in technology-based<br />

instruction and curriculum development.<br />

The successful candidate will be expected to<br />

maintain an excellent record of teaching, active<br />

engagement in professional development and<br />

team-based curriculum design/development of<br />

teaching materials, perform instructional<br />

responsibilities in coordination with other<br />

instructors, as well as fully participate in<br />

program affairs and service.<br />

The application dossier should include:<br />

application letter; curriculum vitae; statement of<br />

teaching philosophy; sample undergraduate<br />

course syllabi for one content-based (ASIA)<br />

course on modern Chinese literature, culture, or<br />

cinema and one advanced language (CHIN)<br />

course; evidence of teaching effectiveness; a<br />

one-page statement about your experience<br />

working with a diverse student body and your<br />

contributions or potential contributions to<br />

creating/advancing a culture of equity and<br />

inclusion; and the contact information for three<br />

confidential referees.<br />

Long-listed applicants will be asked to submit a<br />

link to one sample teaching video, uploaded to<br />

YouTube (or equivalent platform) as an unlisted<br />

video. Applicants should arrange three<br />

confidential letters of recommendation, to be be<br />

submitted upon request.<br />

All application materials should be submitted<br />

online at http://asia.ubc.ca/department/careers.<br />

Inquiries may be sent to asia.jobsearch@ubc.ca.<br />

The deadline for receipt of application materials<br />

is December 2nd, 2022, and the anticipated start<br />

date of employment is July 1, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Other hiring information:<br />

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Salary will be commensurate with qualifications<br />

and experience. This position is subject to final<br />

budgetary approval.<br />

Equity and diversity are essential to academic<br />

excellence. An open and diverse community<br />

fosters the inclusion of voices that have been<br />

underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage<br />

applications from members of groups that have<br />

been marginalized on any grounds enumerated<br />

under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including<br />

sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or<br />

expression, racialization, disability, political<br />

belief, religion, marital or family status, age,<br />

and/or status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or<br />

Indigenous person. All qualified candidates are<br />

encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and<br />

permanent residents will be given priority.<br />

Given the uncertainty caused by the global<br />

COVID-19 pandemic, applicants must be<br />

prepared to conduct interviews remotely if<br />

circumstances require. A successful applicant<br />

may be asked to consider an offer containing a<br />

deadline without having been able to make an<br />

in-person visit to campus if travel and other<br />

restrictions are still in place.<br />

For information about the Department, please<br />

visit asia.ubc.ca.<br />

Lecturer in Chinese Language and<br />

Literature (Vancouver, BC CANADA)<br />

The Department of Asian Studies at the<br />

University of British Columbia (Vancouver<br />

Campus) is accepting applications for a<br />

Lecturer position in Chinese Language and<br />

Literature, commencing Sept 1, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

This is a full-time position for a term of up to<br />

three years, which entails a probationary first<br />

year. Lecturer positions are appointments<br />

without review (i.e., non-tenure track),<br />

renewable for successive terms, subject to<br />

availability of funds and demonstration of<br />

excellence in teaching and service, in<br />

accordance with the Collective Agreement<br />

between UBC and the UBC Faculty<br />

Association.<br />

A full-time Lecturer in the Faculty of Arts is<br />

responsible for 24 teaching credits (i.e., eight<br />

3-credit courses) and service assignments,<br />

typically with a 3-3 load in the Winter sessions<br />

and 2 courses or one intensive 6-credit course in<br />

one of the Summer sessions.<br />

We seek candidates with expertise in teaching<br />

advanced content-based undergraduate courses<br />

in Chinese covering a wide range of topics<br />

including but not limited to Classical Chinese,<br />

pre-modern and modern Chinese literature,<br />

culture, and film, and English/Chinese<br />

translation. The successful candidate may also<br />

be expected to teach research intensive courses<br />

as well as Chinese literature courses in English<br />

translation as needed. We seek exceptional<br />

teachers with an excellent track record of<br />

employing innovative pedagogies such as<br />

online teaching and distance learning,<br />

community- based learning, creative<br />

approaches to teaching, and curriculum/<br />

program design. The workload for this position<br />

also includes service assignments.<br />

Successful applicants must have full<br />

professional fluency in both Mandarin Chinese<br />

and English; a Ph.D or ABD in Chinese<br />

Language and Literature or a closely related<br />

field (a Ph.D Degree in Chinese Language and<br />

Literature Education is preferred); evidence of<br />

excellent teaching ability in courses at the postsecondary<br />

level in North America; a strong<br />

track record of full participation in team<br />

teaching and program affairs; commitment to<br />

teaching innovations in large classes and<br />

content courses; evidence of active studentengagement<br />

in teaching; experience in<br />

computer-assisted teaching, teaching online<br />

courses or developing online course material for<br />

literature courses; and evidence of keeping<br />

abreast with recent developments in the field<br />

and in the development of teaching materials.<br />

Individuals with the expertise to teach both pre-<br />

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modern and modern Chinese literature or both<br />

classical and modern Chinese, as well as<br />

translation theory, English-to-Chinese<br />

translation, and Chinese-to-English translation<br />

are particularly encouraged to apply. Teaching<br />

expertise in film studies, performing arts, or<br />

popular culture will also be assets for the<br />

positions. The successful candidates will be<br />

expected to maintain an excellent record of<br />

teaching, active engagement in professional<br />

development and team-based curriculum<br />

design/development of teaching materials,<br />

perform instructional responsibilities in<br />

coordination with other instructors in parallel<br />

sections and other levels, as well as fully<br />

participate in program affairs and service.<br />

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications<br />

and experience. These positions are subject to<br />

final budgetary approval.<br />

The application dossier should include an<br />

application letter, curriculum vitae, statement of<br />

teaching philosophy, sample teaching videos for<br />

two different content courses (one literature<br />

course taught in Chinese and one content course<br />

taught in English preferred), lesson plans for<br />

each of the lessons shown in the sample<br />

teaching videos, and other evidence of teaching<br />

effectiveness. Applicants should provide a onepage<br />

statement about your experience working<br />

with a diverse student body and your<br />

contributions or potential contributions to<br />

creating/advancing a culture of equity and<br />

inclusion. Applicants are required to upload<br />

their teaching demos to YouTube and to send<br />

the links as part of their application submission.<br />

All application materials should be submitted<br />

online at http://asia.ubc.ca/careers . The<br />

deadline for receipt of application materials is<br />

Dec 29, 2022. Please also arrange for<br />

confidential letters of recommendation from<br />

three referees to be sent directly to Asian<br />

Studies Job Search at<br />

ChineseLanguageLiterature.References@ubc.ca<br />

by Dec 29. Reference letters should be in PDF<br />

format. Please have the letters and emails titled<br />

in the following format: applicant last namefirst<br />

name-referee last name-first name-<br />

Reference-ChineseLanguage&Literature<br />

Equity and diversity are essential to academic<br />

excellence. An open and diverse community<br />

fosters the inclusion of voices that have been<br />

underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage<br />

applications from members of groups that have<br />

been marginalized on any grounds enumerated<br />

under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including<br />

sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or<br />

expression, racialization, disability, political<br />

belief, religion, marital or family status, age,<br />

and/or status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or<br />

Indigenous person. All qualified candidates are<br />

encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and<br />

permanent residents will be given priority.<br />

Given the uncertainty caused by the global<br />

COVID-19 pandemic, applicants must be<br />

prepared to conduct interviews remotely if<br />

circumstances require. A successful applicant<br />

may be asked to consider an offer containing a<br />

deadline without having been able to make an<br />

in-person visit to campus if travel and other<br />

restrictions are still in place.<br />

For information about the Department, please<br />

visit www.asia.ubc.ca.<br />

Tenure-Track Professor in the History of<br />

Modern China (Open Rank) (Washington,<br />

DC)<br />

The Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service<br />

at Georgetown University invites applications<br />

for a full-time, tenure track position in the<br />

history of modern China (late imperial to<br />

present), rank open, to begin in Fall of <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Candidate must have received the Ph.D. in<br />

history or related discipline by time of<br />

appointment.<br />

In addition to publishing impactful scholarship,<br />

the successful candidate will teach<br />

undergraduate and graduate students in the<br />

School of Foreign Service and main campus of<br />

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Georgetown University, and offer an<br />

undergraduate survey of modern China on a<br />

regular basis. The standard teaching load at<br />

Georgetown is 2-2. Courtesy joint appointment<br />

with the Georgetown Department of History is<br />

possible. Successful candidates may be invited<br />

to hold the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Chair following the<br />

retirement of its current occupant.<br />

Candidates’ cover letters should describe 1) past<br />

and ongoing research; 2) future scholarly<br />

trajectory; 3) teaching approach; and 4)<br />

commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion,<br />

which can be demonstrated in a number of<br />

ways, including through research, teaching, and<br />

service that has fostered DEI in a university and<br />

beyond. In addition, please submit a curriculum<br />

vitae; a representative sample of current<br />

scholarship; and three confidential letters of<br />

recommendation.<br />

All applications and supporting materials must<br />

be submitted through the following Interfolio<br />

link: http://apply.interfolio.com/115491. Faxed,<br />

emailed, or mailed applications will not be<br />

accepted. Applications will be reviewed starting<br />

15 November 2022, and will continue until the<br />

position is filled. Invited interviews will occur<br />

shortly thereafter. Questions about the online<br />

application should be directed to Lauren<br />

Bauschard, Director of Faculty Affairs, at<br />

lb1230@georgetown.edu. Questions about the<br />

position should be directed to Professor<br />

Katharine Donato, SFS Faculty Council Chair<br />

and Donald G. Herzberg Professor of<br />

International Migration, at<br />

kmd285@georgetown.edu.<br />

Assistant Teaching Professor Full-Time in<br />

Modern Chinese (Seattle, WA)<br />

The Department of Asian Languages and<br />

Literature at the University of Washington seeks<br />

to appoint a full-time Assistant Teaching<br />

Professor in modern Chinese. The initial<br />

appointment, starting Autumn Quarter <strong>2023</strong>, is<br />

for three years, with the possibility of renewal.<br />

The successful applicant will be expected to<br />

teach modern Chinese language at all levels, to<br />

develop curricula and teaching materials, and to<br />

train and supervise teaching assistants. The<br />

University of Washington has a large and<br />

vibrant Chinese language program, including a<br />

Chinese major and minor, and is home to a<br />

Chinese Flagship Program. Faculty members<br />

engage in teaching, service, and, optionally,<br />

research; teaching professors are voting<br />

members of the faculty and have a career path<br />

that includes the ranks of Assistant Teaching<br />

Professor, Associate Teaching Professor and<br />

Teaching Professor. This position is non-tenuretrack<br />

and has a 9-month (September 16th – June<br />

15th) service period.<br />

Qualifications<br />

Applicants must have at least an M.A. degree,<br />

or foreign equivalent, in teaching Chinese as a<br />

second language, foreign language teaching, or<br />

another relevant area. Native or near-native<br />

proficiency in Chinese, English fluency, and at<br />

least one year of experience teaching at the<br />

college or university level are required.<br />

Application Instructions<br />

Priority will be given to complete applications<br />

received before December 1, 2022. To apply,<br />

submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, sample<br />

of teaching materials, one-page statement of<br />

teaching philosophy, recent student evaluations,<br />

a diversity statement, and three letters of<br />

recommendation. All materials must be<br />

submitted electronically via<br />

Interfolio: apply.interfolio.com/106527.<br />

Finalists will be asked to submit a video<br />

recording of themselves teaching a Chinese<br />

language class. For further questions about the<br />

position, the status of the opening, or disability<br />

accommodations, please contact Professor<br />

Izumi Matsuda-Kiami at matsuda@uw.edu.<br />

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement<br />

University of Washington is an affirmative<br />

action and equal opportunity employer. All<br />

qualified applicants will receive consideration<br />

for employment without regard to race, color,<br />

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creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual<br />

orientation, marital status, pregnancy, genetic<br />

information, gender identity or expression, age,<br />

disability, or protected veteran status.<br />

Commitment to Diversity<br />

The University of Washington is committed to<br />

building diversity among its faculty, librarian,<br />

staff, and student communities, and articulates<br />

that commitment in the UW Diversity Blueprint<br />

(http://www.washington.edu/diversity/diversityblueprint/).<br />

Additionally, the University’s<br />

Faculty Code recognizes faculty efforts in<br />

research, teaching and/or service that address<br />

diversity and equal opportunity as important<br />

contributions to a faculty member’s academic<br />

profile and responsibilities (https://<br />

www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/<br />

FCG/FCCH24.html#2432).<br />

Privacy Notice<br />

Review the University of Washington Privacy<br />

Notice for Demographic Data of Job Applicants<br />

and University Personnel to learn how your<br />

demographic data are protected, when the data<br />

may be used, and your rights.<br />

Disability Services<br />

To request disability accommodation in the<br />

application process, contact the Disability<br />

Services Office at 206-543-6450 or<br />

dso@uw.edu.<br />

COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements and<br />

Information<br />

Under Washington State Governor Inslee’s<br />

Proclamation 21-14.1, University of<br />

Washington (UW) workers must be fully<br />

vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide<br />

proof thereof, or receive a UW-approved<br />

medical or religious exemption. This<br />

requirement will be a condition of any offer<br />

associated with this recruitment. For more<br />

information, please visit https://<br />

www.washington.edu/coronavirus/vaccinationrequirement/.<br />

Lecturer in Chinese Language (Brunswick,<br />

ME)<br />

The Asian Studies Program at Bowdoin College<br />

invites applicants for the position of Lecturer in<br />

Chinese Language, to begin July 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The<br />

initial appointment is for three years, with the<br />

possibility of recurring three-year appointments<br />

contingent on successful review and<br />

reappointment. We seek candidates with native<br />

or near-native fluency in Chinese and English;<br />

MA or other advanced degree in Linguistics,<br />

Foreign Language Pedagogy, Second Language<br />

Acquisition, or related field; and substantial<br />

teaching experience at the college level in the<br />

United States. The successful candidate will<br />

teach a 3/2 annual course load at all levels of<br />

the language curriculum, as well as contribute<br />

to the Chinese Language Program by<br />

participating in Chinese language table, student<br />

advising, and other co-curricular activities.<br />

Bowdoin provides conference travel support as<br />

well as competitive internal funding for<br />

research and other professional development.<br />

Bowdoin requires its faculty to have a strong<br />

commitment to inclusive excellence in their<br />

teaching. (For a description of inclusive<br />

excellence, please consult the following<br />

resource: Williams, et. al., Toward a Model of<br />

Inclusive Excellence). We are particularly<br />

interested in candidates with a strong<br />

commitment to undergraduate liberal arts<br />

education.<br />

The Bowdoin community warmly welcomes<br />

people of all backgrounds. We encourage<br />

applications from candidates committed to the<br />

inclusive instruction and support of a diverse<br />

student population and who will enrich and<br />

contribute to the College’s multifaceted<br />

diversity. We especially encourage people from<br />

historically excluded groups to apply.<br />

Accessibility during the application and<br />

interview stages, as well as once employed, is a<br />

priority of the College: https://<br />

www.bowdoin.edu/accessibility/index.html.<br />

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Bowdoin College accepts only electronic<br />

submissions. Please submit 1) cover letter, 2) a<br />

curriculum vitae, 3) a teaching statement, 4)<br />

video clips of classroom teaching, 5) one to two<br />

sets of most recent teaching evaluations, and 6)<br />

the names and contact information for three<br />

references who have agreed to provide letters of<br />

recommendation.<br />

Apply Here: https://careers.bowdoin.edu/<br />

postings/10147<br />

Review of applications will begin on November<br />

15, 2022 and continue until the position is<br />

filled.<br />

Founded in 1794 on the Maine coast, Bowdoin<br />

is one of the oldest and most selective<br />

coeducational, residential liberal arts colleges in<br />

the country. Located in Brunswick, a 30-ruinute<br />

drive north of Portland, the College is in an area<br />

rich with natural beauty and year-round outdoor<br />

activities. Bowdoin’s reputation rests on the<br />

excellence of its faculty and students, intimate<br />

size, strong sense of community, and<br />

commitment to diversity (40% students of color,<br />

7% international students and approximately<br />

17% first generation college students). Bowdoin<br />

College complies with applicable provisions of<br />

federal and state laws that prohibit unlawful<br />

discrimination in employment, admission, or<br />

access to its educational or extracurricular<br />

programs, activities, or facilities based on race,<br />

color, ethnicity, ancestry and national origin,<br />

religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity<br />

and/or expression, age, marital status, place of<br />

birth, genetic predisposition, veteran status, or<br />

against qualified individuals with physical or<br />

mental disabilities on the basis of disability, or<br />

any other legally protected statuses. For further<br />

information about the College and our<br />

department, please visit our website: http://<br />

www.bowdoin.edu.<br />

Director of Chinese Language (Shanghai,<br />

China)<br />

NYU Shanghai invites applications for the<br />

position of Director of Chinese Language. This<br />

primarily administrative position has<br />

responsibility for overseeing the continuous<br />

development of the Chinese language program,<br />

with particular attention to curricular<br />

development, course assessment, instructional<br />

design, pedagogical training, and recruitment of<br />

relevant faculty. The Director may also be asked<br />

to teach up to two courses per academic year<br />

under the auspices of the Global China Studies<br />

academic area.<br />

We seek candidates who have completed a<br />

Ph.D. or Ed.D in Linguistics, Second Language<br />

Acquisition, Chinese Language and Literature,<br />

or other closely related disciplines. We prefer<br />

candidates with at least six years of Chinese<br />

language teaching experience to Englishspeaking<br />

students at the college level. We are<br />

especially looking for someone who has prior<br />

experience in program development,<br />

professional training, and can bring consistent<br />

scaffolding to especially third-year Chinese and<br />

beyond as well as coherence to each of the<br />

levels.<br />

The Chinese language program at NYU<br />

Shanghai currently has twenty-two full-time<br />

instructors, who offer eighty language courses<br />

to approximately six hundred students annually.<br />

Uniquely situated in the heart of Shanghai, it is<br />

embedded in an immersive language learning<br />

environment with community engagement, field<br />

trips, and summer study-away programs. One<br />

half of the undergraduate student body of 2000<br />

students is Chinese and one half comes from the<br />

rest of the world; all students who are not native<br />

speakers of Chinese are required to take at least<br />

two years of Chinese language study. Many<br />

seek to continue beyond that minimum<br />

requirement.<br />

Application Instructions<br />

Applicants should submit a cover letter<br />

outlining the director’s philosophy, curriculum<br />

vitae, and teaching portfolio via Interfolio.<br />

Additionally, applicants will be prompted to


enter the names and email addresses of at least<br />

three referees. Each referee will be contacted to<br />

upload a reference letter through Interfolio.<br />

Review of applications will begin on December<br />

1st, 2022, and priority will be given to<br />

applications received by this date. However,<br />

late applications will still be accepted and<br />

reviewed until the position is filled. To apply,<br />

follow this link https://apply.interfolio.com/<br />

115675. If you have any questions, please email<br />

the NYU Shanghai NY Office of Faculty<br />

Recruitment<br />

shanghai.faculty.recruitment@nyu.edu.<br />

Terms of employment at NYU Shanghai are<br />

comparable to NYU New York and other U.S.<br />

institutions with respect to research start-up<br />

funds and compensation, and they include<br />

housing subsidies and educational subsidies for<br />

children. Faculty may in certain cases have the<br />

opportunity to spend time at NYU New York<br />

and other sites of the NYU Global Network,<br />

engaging in both research and teaching.<br />

About NYU Shanghai:<br />

NYU Shanghai is the third degree-granting<br />

campus within New York University’s global<br />

network. It is the first higher education joint<br />

venture in China authorized to grant degrees<br />

that are accredited in the U.S. as well as in<br />

China. All teaching is conducted in English. A<br />

research university with liberal arts and science<br />

at its core, NYU Shanghai resides in one of the<br />

world’s great cities with a vibrant intellectual<br />

community. NYU Shanghai recruits scholars of<br />

the highest caliber who are committed to<br />

NYU’s global vision of transformative teaching<br />

and innovative research and who embody the<br />

global society in which we live.<br />

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NYU’s global network includes degree-granting<br />

campuses in New York, Shanghai, and Abu<br />

Dhabi, complemented by fourteen additional<br />

academic centers across five continents. Faculty<br />

and students circulate within the network in<br />

pursuit of common research interests and crosscultural,<br />

interdisciplinary endeavors, both local<br />

and global.<br />

For people in the EU, click here for information<br />

on your privacy rights under GDPR:<br />

www.nyu.edu/it/gdpr.<br />

NYU Shanghai is an equal opportunity<br />

employer committed to equity, diversity, and<br />

social inclusion. We strongly encourage<br />

applications from under-represented individuals<br />

in the profession, across color, creed, race,<br />

ethnic and national origin, physical ability, and<br />

gender and sexual identity. NYU Shanghai<br />

affirms the value of differing perspectives on<br />

the world as we strive to build the strongest<br />

possible university with the widest reach.<br />

Visiting Lecturer in Chinese Language<br />

(Brunswick, ME)<br />

The Asian Studies Program at Bowdoin College<br />

invites applicants for a part-time visiting<br />

lecturer position in Chinese language to begin<br />

July 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The initial appointment will be for<br />

one year, with the possibility of renewal for one<br />

additional year. Applicants are required to have<br />

the following: native or near-native fluency in<br />

Chinese and English; a MA in Linguistics,<br />

Foreign Language Pedagogy, Second Language<br />

Acquisition, or related field; and teaching<br />

experience at the college level in the United<br />

States. The successful candidate will teach a 1-2<br />

annual course load of upper and lower-level<br />

language courses, as well as contribute to the<br />

program through activities such as participation<br />

in Chinese language table, advising on study<br />

abroad, etc. Bowdoin is a highly supportive<br />

environment; the successful candidate will be<br />

eligible for conference travel support and to<br />

apply for research and other professional<br />

development funds.<br />

Bowdoin is a community that warmly<br />

welcomes people of all backgrounds. We<br />

encourage applications from candidates<br />

committed to the support of an inclusive<br />

campus community and those who will enrich<br />

and contribute to the College’s multifaceted<br />

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diversity. We especially encourage people from<br />

historically excluded groups to apply.<br />

Bowdoin College accepts only electronic<br />

submissions. Please submit 1) a cover letter that<br />

includes a link to a demonstration video for a<br />

Chinese language course; 2) a curriculum vitae;<br />

3) a teaching statement concerning your<br />

approach to teaching Chinese including how<br />

your commitment to diversity, equity and<br />

inclusion informs your teaching; 4) one to two<br />

sets of your most recent teaching evaluations; 5)<br />

sample syllabi and self-designed assignments or<br />

teaching materials; 6) the names and contact<br />

information for three references who have<br />

agreed to provide letters of recommendation.<br />

Job posting and application can be found<br />

here: https://careers.bowdoin.edu/postings/<br />

10065<br />

Review of applications will begin on December<br />

17, 2022 and continue until the position is<br />

filled. Finalists will interview on Zoom and will<br />

be asked to teach a Bowdoin class over Zoom.<br />

Founded in 1794 on the Maine coast, Bowdoin<br />

is one of the oldest and most selective<br />

coeducational, residential liberal arts colleges in<br />

the country. Located in Brunswick, a 30-minute<br />

drive north of Portland, the College is in an area<br />

rich with natural beauty and year-round outdoor<br />

activities. Bowdoin’s reputation rests on the<br />

excellence of its faculty and students, intimate<br />

size, strong sense of community, and<br />

commitment to diversity (40% students of color,<br />

7% international students and approximately<br />

17% first generation college students). Bowdoin<br />

College complies with applicable provisions of<br />

federal and state laws that prohibit unlawful<br />

discrimination in employment, admission, or<br />

access to its educational or extracurricular<br />

programs, activities, or facilities based on race,<br />

color, ethnicity, ancestry and national origin,<br />

religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity<br />

and/or expression, age, marital status, place of<br />

birth, genetic predisposition, veteran status, or<br />

against qualified individuals with physical or<br />

mental disabilities on the basis of disability, or<br />

any other legally protected statuses. For further<br />

information about the College and our<br />

department, please visit our website: http://<br />

www.bowdoin.edu.<br />

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF<br />

INSTRUCTION IN CHINESE LANGUAGE<br />

(Evanston, IL)<br />

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY and the<br />

Department of Asian Languages and Cultures<br />

invite applications for a full-time, benefits<br />

eligible, non-tenure track, Assistant Professor of<br />

Instruction in Chinese language to begin<br />

September 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The successful candidate<br />

will work with existing faculty members in the<br />

Chinese Language Program and must be able to<br />

teach the novice to advanced Chinese language<br />

courses for both heritage and non-heritage<br />

language learners. Duties include a six course<br />

teaching load (typically two courses per<br />

quarter) at all levels for heritage and nonheritage<br />

learners.<br />

Applicants are required to have a Ph.D. Degree<br />

by the time of appointment in foreign language<br />

pedagogy, second language education, Chinese<br />

language/linguistics, applied linguistics, or<br />

other related fields, teaching experience in U.S.<br />

higher education, native or near-native<br />

proficiency in both Chinese and English. More<br />

information on the Department of Asian<br />

Languages and Cultures can be found at http://<br />

www.alc.northwestern.edu/.<br />

Applicants must submit a cover letter, CV,<br />

evidence of teaching effectiveness (course<br />

syllabi and teaching evaluations), teaching<br />

statement, and three references. For full<br />

consideration, an unedited video recording of<br />

the applicant’s classroom teaching<br />

demonstration should be made available<br />

electronically. The online application form can<br />

be found here: https://<br />

www.alc.northwestern.edu/about/open-facultypositions/.<br />

Questions may be addressed to:<br />

asianlac@northwestern.edu. Applications will<br />

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e accepted until the position is filled. The<br />

review of applications will start on Nov. 11,<br />

2022.<br />

The online application can be found<br />

here: https://alc.northwestern.edu/about/openfaculty-positions/index.html<br />

Northwestern requires all staff and faculty to be<br />

vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to<br />

limited exceptions. For more information,<br />

please visit our COVID-19 and Campus<br />

Updates website.<br />

The Northwestern campus sits on the traditional<br />

homelands of the people of the Council of<br />

Three Fires, the Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and<br />

Odawa as well as the Menominee, Miami and<br />

Ho-Chunk nations. We acknowledge and honor<br />

the original people of the land upon which<br />

Northwestern University stands, and the Native<br />

people who remain on this land today.<br />

Northwestern University is an Equal<br />

Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all<br />

protected classes, including veterans and<br />

individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and<br />

ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities,<br />

and veterans are encouraged to apply.<br />

Assistant Teaching Professor (Mississippi<br />

State, MS)<br />

The Department of Classical & Modern<br />

Languages and Literatures (CMLL) at<br />

Mississippi State University seeks to hire a nontenure<br />

track Assistant Teaching Professor of<br />

Chinese, to begin Fall <strong>2023</strong>. The position is a<br />

professional career track with eventual<br />

possibility of promotion to associate teaching<br />

professor and teaching professor. Area of subspecialization<br />

is open, but the successful<br />

candidate will be expected to teach<br />

undergraduate-level courses in Chinese, from<br />

beginning to advanced language courses.<br />

The Classical and Modern Languages &<br />

Literatures department has a dynamic program<br />

with an energetic and productive research and<br />

teaching faculty experienced in training highachieving<br />

undergraduate and graduate students.<br />

The department offers a BA in Foreign<br />

Languages with concentrations in Asian<br />

Studies, Classics, French, German, and Spanish;<br />

an International Business Program (a joint BA<br />

in Foreign Languages and Business<br />

Administration); and an MA in Foreign<br />

Languages, with areas of study in French,<br />

German, and Spanish, offered through both<br />

face-to-face and online delivery. Other<br />

languages offered include Italian and Russian.<br />

The department has several study abroad<br />

program options for students in countries such<br />

as France, Germany, and Spain. Faculty have<br />

affiliations with the Shackouls Honor College,<br />

the Institute for the Humanities, Gender<br />

Studies, and African American Studies.<br />

Tenure Track Status:<br />

Non-Tenure Track<br />

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:<br />

Duties and responsibilities include but are not<br />

limited to:<br />

Instruction across sections of Mandarin Chinese<br />

typically with a 4/4 full-time teaching load.<br />

Summer teaching for additional pay may be<br />

available. Build and run a summer study abroad<br />

in China. Participate in curriculum<br />

development. Service duties to the department<br />

include organization and promotion of Chinese<br />

and Asian cultural activities, the direction of<br />

language clubs, and participation on<br />

departmental committees. Serve as one of the<br />

department’s undergraduate advisors. Other<br />

duties as assigned.<br />

Minimum Qualifications:<br />

Ph.D. in Chinese pedagogy or related fields<br />

from an accredited institution, teaching<br />

experience at the university level in North<br />

America.<br />

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Preferred Qualifications:<br />

Directing or teaching in a summer study abroad<br />

in China.<br />

Instructions for Applying:<br />

Applications must be made online at https://<br />

explore.msujobs.msstate.edu/en-us/job/504849/<br />

assistant-teaching-professor. Please attach a<br />

cover letter that outlines relevant experience<br />

and education, a current CV, a copy of<br />

transcripts for graduate degree(s) and teaching<br />

portfolio including relevant documents such as<br />

a statement of teaching philosophy, course<br />

evaluations (if available) and a YouTube link to<br />

classroom teaching video and its lesson plan.<br />

Social Security number should be redacted prior<br />

to submitting transcripts online. A list of three<br />

references with the appropriate contact<br />

information is required.<br />

Note: original transcripts for all degrees will be<br />

required upon employment.<br />

Application Information:<br />

Contact: Mississippi State University<br />

Online App. Form: https://<br />

explore.msujobs.msstate.edu/en-us/job/504849/<br />

assistant-teaching-professor<br />

Contact Person:<br />

For further inquiries, please contact Dr. Fumiko<br />

Joo at fumiko@cmll.msstate.edu.<br />

About Mississippi State University:<br />

MSU is the state’s leading research university, a<br />

comprehensive institution serving over 23,000<br />

students. Known for its campus beauty and its<br />

housing of the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential<br />

Library, MSU is enhanced by robust<br />

relationships with the surrounding area and is<br />

recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the<br />

strength of its community engagement. A<br />

Southeastern Conference (SEC) founding<br />

member with a strong athletic heritage, MSU<br />

thrives on its land-grant mission to serve and<br />

inspire the people of Mississippi and proudly<br />

shelters chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa<br />

Phi, and other prestigious academic honor<br />

societies. Located in the growing city of<br />

Starkville, we are situated within a short drive<br />

of more than 120,000 acres of state and federal<br />

natural areas, with abundant opportunities for<br />

recreation.<br />

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:<br />

MSU is an equal opportunity employer, and all<br />

qualified applicants will receive consideration<br />

for employment without regard to race, color,<br />

religion, ethnicity, sex (including pregnancy and<br />

gender identity), national origin, disability<br />

status, age, sexual orientation, genetic<br />

information, protected veteran status, or any<br />

other characteristic protected by law. We always<br />

welcome nominations and applications from<br />

women, members of any minority group, and<br />

others who share our passion for building a<br />

diverse community that reflects the diversity in<br />

our student population.<br />

What do I do if I need an accommodation?<br />

In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act<br />

(ADAAA), if you have a disability and would<br />

like to request an accommodation in order to<br />

apply for a position with Mississippi State<br />

University, please contact the Department of<br />

Human Resources Management at:<br />

(662) 325-3713 or ada@hrm.msstate.edu.<br />

If you have any questions regarding this policy,<br />

contact the Department of Human Resources<br />

Management at (662) 325-3713 or<br />

ada@hrm.msstate.edu. Upon request, sections<br />

of this job listing are available in large print,<br />

and readers are available to assist the visually<br />

impaired.<br />

Visiting Instructor Chinese Flagship Center<br />

(Provo, Utah)<br />

Two visiting instructor positions available<br />

starting 9/1/23, one an MA level, one a PhD<br />

level to teach advanced language courses with<br />

the Chinese Flagship Center at Brigham Young<br />

University. Please review job postings<br />

at: https://yjobs.byu.edu/ for application<br />

instructions.


Chinese Language Lecturer (Princeton, NJ)<br />

The Department of East Asian Studies invites<br />

applications for one or more Chinese language<br />

lecturer positions expected to begin September<br />

1, <strong>2023</strong> or <strong>January</strong> 16, 2024. We anticipate any<br />

available position to span one or both semesters<br />

of the AY<strong>2023</strong>-2024 academic year. While duty<br />

time will be based on student enrollments, we<br />

expect to fill at least one full-time position.<br />

We seek candidates with a minimum<br />

requirement of a Master’s degree in disciplines<br />

such as Chinese linguistics, Chinese language<br />

pedagogy, Chinese history, Chinese literature,<br />

or related fields. Ph.D. is preferred.<br />

Applications must include a cover letter,<br />

curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interest,<br />

contact information for at least three references,<br />

and candidates must provide a web link to a<br />

30-50 minute video of the candidate’s Chinese<br />

language teaching. Submission of a writing<br />

sample is optional (e.g., publications in Chinese<br />

or English, a dissertation chapter).<br />

Reference letters will be requested after a Zoom<br />

interview. Review of applications will begin<br />

immediately and will be conducted until any<br />

available position is filled.<br />

These positions are subject to the University’s<br />

background check policy.<br />

Apply online at: https://www.princeton.edu/<br />

acad-positions/position/27541<br />

Assistant, Associate, or Professor of Chinese<br />

(Greenville, SC)<br />

The Department of Asian Studies at Furman<br />

University invites applications for a tenuretrack<br />

position at the rank of assistant, associate,<br />

or professor of Chinese to begin August <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

The successful candidate will join one of the<br />

largest Asian Studies departments among liberal<br />

arts undergraduate institutions, with a vibrant,<br />

interdisciplinary program and a strong<br />

commitment to inclusive excellence. We<br />

especially seek applicants with expertise in the<br />

fields of language pedagogy or linguistics. We<br />

also welcome experts in topics including<br />

contemporary cultural studies, film or<br />

performing arts, translation studies, gender and<br />

sexuality or race and ethnicity. Candidates must<br />

demonstrate experience, excellence, and<br />

enthusiasm in Chinese language instruction,<br />

with a preference for candidates who have<br />

training in pedagogical methods.<br />

Furman University is a nationally ranked, top<br />

50 liberal arts college that aspires to become a<br />

leader among its peer institutions in advancing<br />

diversity, equity, and inclusion in all facets of<br />

university life, and strives to create an antiracist<br />

community through excellence in<br />

teaching, mentorship, and programming.<br />

Numerous initiatives and programs are<br />

underway or planned to promote these ideals,<br />

including: historic projects, dialogue initiatives,<br />

the Center for Inclusive Communities, and a<br />

recently established major in Africana Studies.<br />

The Department of Asian Studies similarly<br />

strives to foster an environment of inclusion in<br />

all respects, including in our curriculum,<br />

pedagogy, and mentoring. Many department<br />

members are active in these areas across the<br />

university.<br />

The successful candidate will have the ability to<br />

work with historically underrepresented<br />

students, including students of color, and be<br />

committed to assisting the university in its<br />

continuing efforts to become a model of<br />

inclusive excellence.<br />

The successful candidate will spearhead the<br />

Chinese language program at Furman. Teaching<br />

load is five courses per year, which will include<br />

language classes at all levels. Responsibilities<br />

also include developing courses in the<br />

candidate’s area of specialty, directing study<br />

abroad; involvement in co-curricular activities;<br />

teaching first-year seminars; offering<br />

interdisciplinary courses on Asian Studies;<br />

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pursuing an active research agenda; advising<br />

and mentoring; and university service.<br />

Qualifications include a Ph.D. in Chinese or a<br />

related field expected by Aug 1, <strong>2023</strong>. Native or<br />

near-native fluency in Mandarin Chinese and<br />

English is required. Candidates must<br />

demonstrate both excellence in teaching and<br />

scholarly potential. Successful candidates will<br />

also show the potential to be dedicated<br />

contributors to The Furman Advantage (https://<br />

www.furman.edu/furman-advantage/) and to<br />

promoting a diverse and inclusive teaching<br />

environment.<br />

The position offers competitive salary and<br />

benefits.<br />

Application instructions: Applicants must<br />

submit materials no later than November 1,<br />

2022 through this link on the Furman<br />

University application portal: https://<br />

furman.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/<br />

Furman_Careers/details/Assistant–Associate–<br />

or-Professor-of-Chinese_R001878 Preliminary<br />

interviews will be conducted remotely via video<br />

conference.<br />

Please upload all application materials as a<br />

single PDF in the following order: letter of<br />

application, CV, statement of teaching<br />

philosophy, diversity statement, evidence of<br />

excellence in teaching, and contact information<br />

for three referees (at least one of which must be<br />

able to address the candidate’s teaching<br />

abilities). The diversity statement should<br />

describe how the candidate’s teaching,<br />

scholarship, mentoring and/or service might<br />

contribute to a liberal arts college community<br />

that includes a commitment to inclusion and<br />

equity among its core values.<br />

Inquiries may be directed to Dongming Zhang,<br />

Chair of the Chinese Search Committee,<br />

Department of Asian Studies, Furman<br />

University, 3300 Poinsett Highway, Greenville,<br />

SC 29613, dongming.zhang@furman.edu.<br />

Greenville, SC, is a racially and culturally<br />

diverse community that is one of the fastest<br />

growing cities in the Southeast and is ranked<br />

among “America’s Ten Best” by Forbes<br />

Magazine. Greenville has a thriving downtown,<br />

excellent private and public schools and a<br />

vibrant international community. A 20-mile bike<br />

and running trail connects the university to<br />

Greenville and Travelers Rest, which was<br />

named “one of America’s coolest small towns.”<br />

It is within a short driving distance of Asheville,<br />

Charlotte and Atlanta. The Blue Ridge<br />

Mountains and Atlantic Beaches are within easy<br />

reach.<br />

In keeping with our commitment to equity and<br />

inclusion, domestic partners of employees are<br />

eligible for comprehensive benefits and faculty/<br />

staff affinity groups exist to offer support for<br />

faculty/staff that identify as LGBTQIA+ and/or<br />

Black/African-American.<br />

Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Chinese –<br />

Bentley University (Waltham,<br />

Massachusetts)<br />

The Department of Modern Languages at<br />

Bentley University—an independent, private<br />

business-oriented university located in suburban<br />

Boston—invites applications for a tenure track<br />

Assistant Professor position in Chinese<br />

Language and Culture, to begin in Fall <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Bentley University is committed to the teacherscholar<br />

model where teaching, scholarship, and<br />

service are expected and valued. In addition to a<br />

variety of language electives, the Modern<br />

Languages Department offers the Language,<br />

Culture, and Business (LCB) major, with<br />

specialization in the languages taught, including<br />

Chinese; as well as language minors (Chinese,<br />

French, Italian, Spanish), and Spanish for<br />

Business. The Department actively engages<br />

with students outside the classroom through the<br />

Center for Language and International<br />

Collaboration (CLIC). We also work closely<br />

with the Office of International Education.<br />

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The successful candidate must demonstrate a<br />

commitment to foreign language teaching, show<br />

evidence of scholarly excellence and recently<br />

published output, possess native or near-native<br />

fluency in Chinese, and hold a Ph.D. We seek a<br />

candidate who specializes in Chinese<br />

linguistics, second language acquisition,<br />

pedagogy, or Contemporary Chinese Culture<br />

and will focus on applying the latest research to<br />

coordinating and enhancing our Chinese<br />

program, especially Chinese for Business.<br />

Criteria for selection include a) evidence of<br />

Chinese language teaching excellence and<br />

innovation at all levels (beginning through<br />

advanced); b) evidence of impactful<br />

scholarship; and c) native or near-native<br />

linguistic proficiency.<br />

Minimum Qualifications<br />

Ph.D. in Chinese linguistics, applied linguistics,<br />

language pedagogy, culture, or a related field by<br />

the time of appointment. Candidates should<br />

demonstrate an active research agenda and a<br />

deep commitment to excellence in teaching at<br />

the undergraduate level, including Language for<br />

the Professions. Appointment is expected to be<br />

at the rank of Assistant Professor. Exceptionally<br />

qualified candidates may be considered for<br />

appointment at the rank of Associate Professor.<br />

Candidates must be eager to work in a<br />

department with a tradition of teamwork,<br />

teaching, advising, and service. Candidates<br />

must have native or near-native proficiency in<br />

Mandarin and English and be willing to teach<br />

both Chinese language and cultures courses in<br />

English and in Chinese.<br />

Preferred Qualifications<br />

For full consideration, candidates should submit<br />

the following as part of the application at<br />

https://bentley.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-<br />

US/faculty/details/Tenure-Track-Assistant-<br />

Professor–Chinese_R0003245:<br />

Cover letter indicating why the candidate is a<br />

good fit at Bentley and its Modern Languages<br />

department.<br />

Curriculum Vitae, including the names of three<br />

recommenders (one of whom should be able to<br />

speak to the applicant’s background in language<br />

pedagogy). Names and contact information for<br />

references are required upon application.<br />

Candidates who are selected for initial<br />

interviews will be required to submit a<br />

statement of teaching philosophy and<br />

pedagogical approach.<br />

Diversity Statement: The diversity statement<br />

should be one-to-two pages and speak to your<br />

experience with diversity (i.e., gender, race,<br />

ethnicity, age, religious or other backgrounds)<br />

and/or inclusion (all members of an<br />

organization are valued, respected, and have<br />

influence) and how it relates to your research,<br />

teaching or service. Bentley University<br />

recognizes that your individual exposure to<br />

diversity is a function of your background. We<br />

value those from relatively homogenous<br />

cultural contexts as well as those from diverse<br />

cultural contexts, whether in the U.S. or<br />

internationally, where diversity may take on<br />

different forms.<br />

For additional information about this position,<br />

please contact the Chair of the Modern<br />

Languages Department Christian Rubio<br />

(crubio@bentley.edu).<br />

For best consideration, please apply by<br />

November 1.<br />

Ability to teach an additional language.<br />

Special Instructions to Applicants:<br />

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International Chinese Language Education<br />

Volume 7, 2022 (No.3)<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 112


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International Chinese Language Education<br />

Volume 7, 2022 (No.4)<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 114


《 世 界 汉 语 教 学 》(1987 年 创 刊 · 季 刊 )<br />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 第 1 期 ⽬ 录 <br />

新 时 代 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 创 新 与 发 展 <br />

区 域 国 别 研 究 视 角 下 的 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 :<br />

内 在 逻 辑 与 范 式 建 构 …………………………………………… 王 辉 、 史 官 圣<br />

汉 语 研 究<br />

类 指 成 分 的 话 题 化 功 能 及 其 成 因 …………………………………………… 刘 丹 青<br />

话 题 连 续 性 测 量 的 两 个 维 度 : 可 及 性 和 重 要 性 …………………… 乐 耀 、 陆 筠 怡<br />

汉 语 中 的 AABB 式 再 分 析 ………………………………………… 李 涤 非 、 程 ⼯<br />

外 壳 名 词 的 预 设 类 型 及 其 语 ⽤ 功 能 研 究 …………………………………… 寇 鑫<br />

汉 语 反 ⾝ 代 词 “⾃⼰” 的 指 称 释 义 : 从 实 证 数 据 出 发 …………… 孙 ⽉ 明 、 李 宝 伦<br />

⽤ 于 介 绍 的 “ 叫 ” 字 句 和 “ 是 ” 字 句 …………………………………………… 程 妍 超<br />

汉 语 教 学 与 学 习 研 究<br />

基 于 新 标 准 的 汉 语 ⼆ 语 ⽂ 本 阅 读 难 度 分 级 体 系<br />

构 建 与 应 ⽤……………………………………………… 程 勇 、 董 军 、 晋 淑 华<br />

汉 语 ⼆ 语 学 习 者 双 字 词 加 ⼯⽅ 式 研 究 ……………………………… 周 颖 、 蒋 楠<br />

非 ⽬ 的 语 语 境 下 挪 威 汉 语 外 语 学 习 者 语 ⽤ 理 解 的 发 展 模 式 …… 杨 黎 黎 、 尚 国 ⽂<br />

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简 讯<br />

《 世 界 汉 语 教 学 》 青 年 学 者 论 坛 ( 第 9 届 ) 成 功 举 办 新 书 ⽬<br />

《 世 界 汉 语 教 学 》 青 年 学 者 论 坛 ( 第 10 届 ) 征 稿<br />

《 世 界 汉 语 教 学 》2022 年 ( 第 36 卷 ) 总 ⽬ 录<br />

第 五 届 全 国 ⾼ 校 汉 语 国 际 教 育 本 科 专 业 建 设 研 讨 会 成 功 召 开<br />

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Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching<br />

Vol. 13, No. 2 December 2022<br />

Dear Colleagues,<br />

We are pleased to announce the publication of the December 2022 issue of<br />

the Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching,<br />

freely accessible at http://www.tclt.us/journal/. <br />

Its table of contents is included below for your reference.<br />

If you'd like to contribute to JTCLT or have any suggestions/questions,<br />

please feel free to contact us at editor@tclt.us.<br />

<br />

Happy new year!<br />

JTCLT Editors<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 1


Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching <br />

Volume 13 Number 2, December 2022<br />

⼆ 〇 ⼆⼆ 年 ⼗⼆⽉ 第 ⼗ 三 卷 第 ⼆ 期 <br />

Full issue PDF<br />

Articles<br />

Intelligibility of Chinese Synthesized Speech and Learners’ Attitudes towards Its<br />

Use in CSL Learning and Instruction: A Preliminary Study<br />

( 中 ⽂ 合 成 语 ⾳ 的 可 理 解 性 及 学 习 者 对 其 在 中 ⽂⼆ 语 教 学 中 应 ⽤ 的 态 度 初 探 )<br />

Wang, Yanlin ( 王 彦 琳 ), Texas Tech University ( 德 克 萨 斯 理 ⼯⼤ 学 )<br />

Da, Jun ( 笪 骏 ), Middle Tennessee State University ( 中 ⽥ 纳 西 州 ⽴⼤ 学 )<br />

Yin, Chengxu ( 尹 承 旭 ), University of Notre Dame ( 圣 母 ⼤ 学 )<br />

pp. 1-16: Abstract | Article PDF<br />

The Design of a Web-based Placement Test for College-Level Chinese Language<br />

Programs<br />

( 论 ⼤ 学 中 ⽂ 项 ⽬⽹ 上 分 班 考 试 的 设 计 )<br />

Qian, Zhiying ( 钱 之 莹 ), Florida State University ( 佛 罗 ⾥ 达 州 ⽴⼤ 学 )<br />

pp. 17-38: Abstract | Article PDF<br />

Optimizing Remote Synchronous Learning in A Chinese Language Class:<br />

Theory and Practice<br />

( 优 化 中 ⽂ 语 ⾔ 课 堂 的 远 程 同 步 学 习 : 理 论 及 实 践 )<br />

Bao, Yingling ( 鲍 莹 玲 ), Indiana University Bloomington ( 印 第 安 纳 ⼤ 学 )<br />

Chen, Yea-Fen ( 陈 雅 芬 ), Indiana University Bloomington ( 印 第 安 纳 ⼤ 学 )<br />

pp. 39-63: Abstract | Article PDF<br />

Columns<br />

Chinese Online Teaching and Learning: The CMU OLI Chinese Online<br />

Program<br />

(⽹ 上 中 ⽂ 教 与 学 : CMU OLI ⽹ 上 中 ⽂ 课 程 )<br />

Wu, Sue-mei ( 吴 素 美 ), Carnegie Mellon University ( 卡 内 基 梅 隆 ⼤ 学 )<br />

pp. 64-77: Abstract | Article PDF<br />

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CSL


Chinese as a Second Language 漢 語 教 學 研 究 <br />

Vol. 57, No. 2 2022<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 120


Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA<br />

美 國 中 ⽂ 教 師 學 會 <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Headquarters<br />

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c/o Department of Modern Language, Carnegie Mellon University<br />

5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213<br />

Tel: 412-268-5949, Fax: 412-268-1328 <br />

E-mail: clta@andrew.cmu.edu; <br />

Website: https://clta-us.org <br />

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