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

Chinese Language Teachers Association (USA)<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2023</strong>| Volume 47 |Number 2<br />

ISSUE <br />


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

Annual Conference<br />

March 31-April 2<br />

Professor Chuanren Ke <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> 2022-<strong>2023</strong> Lifetime<br />

Achievement Award<br />

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

Annual Conference<br />

Photo Gallery

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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. 2<br />

Table of Contents<br />

Letter from the Immediate Past President 3<br />

Letter from the President 6<br />

Letter from the Outgoing Executive Director 8<br />

Highlights of the Issue<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Annual Conference 12<br />

Professor Chuanren Ke: <strong>CLTA</strong> 2022-<strong>2023</strong> Lifetime Achievement Award 19<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Annual Conference Photo Gallery 21<br />

Special Thanks to <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference Sponsors 25<br />

News and Announcements 33<br />

The Sixth International Forum on Linguistics and Chinese Education 33<br />

第 ⼗ 六 届 国 际 汉 语 教 学 学 术 研 讨 会 <strong>2023</strong> 年 重 启 通 知 39<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List 42<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Membership Benefits 46<br />

New Books 47<br />

思 辨 纵 横 Developing Advanced Proficiency in Chinese through Debate 48<br />

故 事 内 外 Expressive Chinese Culture and Communication in a Changing China 49<br />

《 中 国 ⼤ 百 科 全 书 语 ⾔⽂ 字 卷 》 第 三 版 49<br />

传 承 中 ⽂ Modern Chinese for Heritage Beginners: Stories about Us 50<br />

A Student Grammar of Chinese 51<br />

Advertisements<br />

Fluency Link 52<br />

Phoenix Tree Publishing 53<br />

ALLEX Foundation 54<br />

Middlebury School 明 德 ⼤ 学 中 ⽂ 学 校 55<br />

Jobs 56<br />

Visiting Instructor of Chinese (Crawfordsville, IN) 57<br />

Visiting Instructor of Chinese Language, Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT) 57<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2

Visiting Assistant Professor (Clinton, NY) 58<br />

Chinese Teacher (Brooklyn, New York) 59<br />

Instructor of Chinese-Durham NC Campus (Durham, NC) 60<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Language and Culture (Indiana University-Bloomington)<br />

(Bloomington, IN)<br />

61<br />

Instructor of Chinese (Appleton, WI) 62<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor / Instructor of Chinese (Galesburg, IL) 62<br />

Adjunct Instructor or Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chinese (Poughkeepsie, NY) 63<br />

Academic Specialist, Pedagogy, IU Chinese Language Flagship Center (Indiana University Bloomington, IN) 65<br />

Instructor of Chinese (Moscow, ID) 66<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese (Bethlehem, PA) 67<br />

Teaching Fellow position in Chinese, (Clinton, NY) 68<br />

Language Lecturer in Chinese (Suzhou, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University) (Suzhou, Jiangsu, China) 69<br />

Chinese Language Fellow (Poughkeepsie, NY) 71<br />

Journal updates<br />

International Chinese Language Education 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 育 73<br />

世 界 汉 语 教 学 75<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Chinese as a Second Language (CSL) Journal 汉 语 教 学 研 究 77<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> membership Renewal and Information Updates 79<br />

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Letter from the Immediate Past President<br />

Shuai Li 郦 帅 <br />

Georgia State University<br />

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

<br />

Thank you all for taking the time<br />

to read this beautifully curated<br />

<strong>Newsletter</strong>! <br />

In the past year, with the trust and support<br />

of our esteemed members and the Board of<br />

Directors, I have been honored to serve as the<br />

president of <strong>CLTA</strong>-USA. Since the beginning<br />

of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, under<br />

the leadership of President Yuan Fangyuan,<br />

President Xu Yi, and President Zhu Yongping,<br />

our association, with the full support of our<br />

board members and directors, has successfully<br />

held two online annual conferences and<br />

launched numerous exciting online activities.<br />

These initiatives have provided a stable<br />

platform for academic exchange and the<br />

sharing of teaching experiences among our<br />

members and colleagues. Particularly<br />

noteworthy was the celebration of the<br />

association's 60th anniversary last year, led by<br />

President Zhu Yongping.<br />

Sixty years is a significant milestone, and<br />

during this time, our predecessors have<br />

wholeheartedly devoted themselves to Chinese<br />

language teaching. Their dedication has paved<br />

the way for the association's steady<br />

development and growth, resulting in the<br />

unprecedented scale of the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> annual<br />

meeting in Washington D.C. with over 180<br />

sessions and nearly 400 attendees. <br />

The past year has marked the beginning of a<br />

new era for the association. The <strong>CLTA</strong> Board<br />

has worked diligently to serve our members<br />

and colleagues and expand the association's<br />

international influence. I would like to<br />

summarize the main achievements we have<br />

made together over the past year in the<br />

following areas.<br />

First, we made efforts to enhance the level of<br />

service for our members. This year, we created<br />

a beautifully designed conference handbook for<br />

the first time, while continuing to provide an<br />

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environmentally friendly, economical, and<br />

convenient online conference schedule.<br />

Despite the high inflation environment, we<br />

secured discounted hotel room rates and<br />

established affordable registration fees. In<br />

addition, taking into account the practical<br />

needs of empirical researchers, we have<br />

significantly increased the funding level for the<br />

Jiede empirical research grant. In <strong>2023</strong>, over<br />

100 honorary students received <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

recognitions, the highest number in years. We<br />

secured funding support from the Center for<br />

Urban Language Teaching and Research at<br />

Georgia State University (https://<br />

cultr.gsu.edu/) for four consecutive years,<br />

establishing a special award to partially cover<br />

first-time award-winning teachers for their<br />

conference travel expenses. <br />

Second, we expanded <strong>CLTA</strong>'s influence<br />

and scope of service within the US. The total<br />

number of regional associations supported by<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> has increased to 17, and the total<br />

number of SIGs supported has reached a<br />

record high of 13. Regional associations and<br />

interest groups organized nearly a hundred<br />

events of various types over the past year,<br />

contributing to the continuous development<br />

of Chinese education in terms of academic<br />

research, teaching demonstrations, community<br />

building, and primary-secondary school<br />

transition. Additionally, <strong>CLTA</strong>'s journal K-12<br />

Chinese Language Teaching《 中 ⼩ 学 汉 语 教 学 》<br />

(https://www.clta-us.org/publications/k-12-<br />

chinese-language-teaching/) successfully<br />

organized the first-ever selection event for<br />

"Outstanding Chinese Programs in Primary<br />

and Secondary Schools in the US". This event<br />

received enthusiastic responses from primary<br />

and secondary schools in 18 states across the<br />

nation.<br />

Third, we expanded international<br />

cooperation and enhanced <strong>CLTA</strong>’s academic<br />

reputation. Starting from September of 2022,<br />

we (co-)organized three large-scale online<br />

symposiums, focusing on cutting-edge<br />

developments in the field, such as the<br />

application of ChatGPT in Chinese language<br />

teaching, the construction and application of<br />

Chinese language teaching standards, and<br />

international brand building or Chinese<br />

education. The online events together attracted<br />

over 10,000 participants/viewers worldwide.<br />

Furthermore, the association continues its<br />

collaboration with John Benjamins Publishing<br />

house to present high-quality papers in the field<br />

through our journal Chinese as a Second Language<br />

(https://benjamins.com/catalog/csl). <br />

Fourth, we created an online media platform<br />

and expanded the <strong>CLTA</strong>'s digital presence. In<br />

2022, we passed a vote through the <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

Board of Directors and authorized the<br />

association's media team to create an official<br />

YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/<br />

@cltausa5159/videos).<br />

I would like to invite you all to check out the<br />

videos that are available on our official channel.<br />

Additionally, our <strong>Newsletter</strong> continues to deliver<br />

the latest updates in the form of a beautifully<br />

designed online magazine. Another journal of<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>, Selection of American K-12 outstanding<br />

Chinese Works (or《 美 国 中 ⼩ 学 ⽣ 中 ⽂ 优 秀 作<br />

品 精 选 》) (https://www.clta-us.org/<br />

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publications/k-12-《 精 选 》/#toggle-id-1-<br />

closed) showcases outstanding Chinese<br />

compositions by primary and secondary school<br />

students in a lively format through online<br />

means.<br />

Fifth, we actively sought funding<br />

opportunities. <strong>CLTA</strong> is a nonprofit<br />

organization, but every year we provide<br />

funding to regional associations and SIGs, and<br />

we organize various events/activities. Over the<br />

past year, the <strong>CLTA</strong> Headquarters, the <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

Board, and the <strong>CLTA</strong> Executive Committee<br />

have worked closely together to secure multiple<br />

donations and sponsorships for the association.<br />

As the immediate past president, I would like to<br />

take this opportunity to promote the<br />

association once again and welcome<br />

institutions to make different forms of<br />

donations to support <strong>CLTA</strong> in providing better<br />

services for everyone. For specific donation<br />

plans, please visit the association's official<br />

website.<br />

Personally, it has been my greatest honor to<br />

work alongside our board members and<br />

directors who share similar ideals and<br />

aspirations. I am indescribably grateful for the<br />

trust and support you have given me over the<br />

past year. In the future, I will continue to<br />

contribute my humble efforts to our shared<br />

cause.<br />

Finally, I want to emphasize that <strong>CLTA</strong> is an<br />

academic organization with global influence.<br />

Therefore, all regulations, systems, and<br />

activities of the association should adhere to<br />

the highest standards in the field. This has<br />

always been the direction of continuous<br />

efforts. <br />

Time has brought us to the beginning of the<br />

next 60 years for <strong>CLTA</strong>, and history has<br />

entrusted us with the solemn mission to develop<br />

and strengthen the sacred cause of Chinese<br />

language and culture education in the new era.<br />

I truly believe that, under the excellent<br />

leadership of our new president, Prof. Liang<br />

Xia, and vice president, Prof. Shi Zhongqi, and<br />

with the trust and support of our members,<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> will become stronger, more inclusive,<br />

and more successful. <br />

I wish you all good health and success in<br />

your endeavors!<br />

<br />

Sincerely and respectfully, <br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

Li Shuai <br />

<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2

Letter from the President<br />

Xia Liang 梁 霞 <br />

Washington University<br />

in St Louis<br />

It is with great honor that was<br />

elected to serve as the President<br />

of the Chinese Language Teachers<br />

Association - USA for the <strong>2023</strong>-24<br />

term. First and foremost, I would<br />

like to express my heartfelt<br />

gratitude to all <strong>CLTA</strong> members<br />

for their trust and support.<br />

The <strong>2023</strong> annual conference of the<br />

Chinese Language Teachers<br />

Association, which concluded in early<br />

April, was our first in-person academic<br />

symposium in three years since the beginning<br />

of the pandemic. Nearly four hundred<br />

conference attendees, both familiar faces and<br />

new acquaintances, gathered amidst the pink<br />

cherry blossoms in Washington, DC. The<br />

conference provided a valuable platform for<br />

exchanging experiences and shaping the future<br />

development of Chinese language teaching<br />

during the post-pandemic era. We sincerely<br />

thank the conference organizing committee,<br />

the board of directors, volunteers, and all<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> members for their hard work in making<br />

the conference a resounding success. <br />

The past three years have presented us with<br />

numerous challenges, particularly due to the<br />

pandemic’s impact on face-to-face<br />

communication. However, it also gave rise to<br />

the formation of a vibrant online academic<br />

community. We sincerely thank the leaders of<br />

the Special Interest Groups (SIGs), the regional<br />

associations, and all departments within our<br />

association, as well as the dedicated volunteers<br />

and members, for their relentless commitment<br />

in advancing e the association’s mission under<br />

these special circumstances.<br />

As I reflect on our achievements thus far and<br />

look to the future, I am confident in the<br />

continued growth and development of our<br />

association in the coming year. I envision to<br />

strengthen communication with our sister<br />

associations such as the Asia-Pacific Chinese<br />

Language Teachers Association and the<br />

European Association of Chinese Teaching. I<br />

also hope the association can provide a<br />

platform for effective communication among<br />

teachers at all levels, collectively promoting the<br />

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advancement of Chinese language teaching<br />

and in-depth academic research. I eagerly<br />

welcome suggestions from our members and<br />

teachers, and I am wholeheartedly dedicated to<br />

serving all members of our association.<br />

Lastly, I would like to express my gratitude to<br />

Professor Li Shuai, the immediate past <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

President. I appreciate his dedication and time<br />

in driving the overall progress of our<br />

association. I also extend my deep appreciation<br />

to the outgoing board members (Professor Zhu<br />

Yongping, Professor Chen Tong, and Professor<br />

Diao Wenhao), the outgoing Executive<br />

Director (Professor Wu Sue-mei), and the<br />

outgoing Conference Officer (Professor He<br />

Baozhang), for their significant contributions to<br />

the work of the association.<br />

In conclusion, I am humbled by the<br />

opportunity to lead the Chinese Language<br />

Teachers Association - USA, and I am excited<br />

about the journey ahead. Together, let us<br />

continue to strive for excellence, nurture our<br />

community, and shape the future of Chinese<br />

language education in the US. <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2

Letter from the Outgoing Executive Director<br />

Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 <br />

Carnegie Mellon University<br />

As I come to the end of my term as<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Executive Director (ED), I would<br />

like to express my thanks to our <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

members and to the board members<br />

and officers who had confidence in me<br />

and appointed me to serve as Executive<br />

Director and run the <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

Headquarters (HQ) beginning in April<br />

2019. During my term as Executive<br />

Director of <strong>CLTA</strong> (2019-<strong>2023</strong>) I have<br />

enjoyed providing services happily to<br />

our <strong>CLTA</strong> members and working with<br />

all the committee groups to prepare for<br />

and reach <strong>CLTA</strong>’s big milestones and<br />

celebrations.<br />

Time does fly! During the past four years we<br />

have all gone through the Covid-19 pandemic<br />

together. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic in<br />

2020 and 2021, the unprecedented situation<br />

required <strong>CLTA</strong> to respond quickly and<br />

efficiently. The ED worked closely with the<br />

committee to respond and support <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

members. As we recall, the <strong>CLTA</strong> 2020<br />

conference was canceled. HQ worked<br />

intensively to refund the 2020 <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

conference registration fees. <br />

With the support of the steering committee,<br />

in June 2020 the ED initially took the task of<br />

communicating with the SIG leaders and<br />

trying to provide some help to have better<br />

management of the <strong>CLTA</strong>-SIGs. In Summer<br />

2020, the ED also initiated and led the<br />

production team to create a short <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

promotional video to help retain <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

members and promote <strong>CLTA</strong>’s visibility. The<br />

videos help people to learn more about <strong>CLTA</strong> -<br />

who we are and what benefits we provide for<br />

Chinese language educators. Considering the<br />

Covid-19 epidemic and the social distancing<br />

regulations, there was an urgent need for<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> to find a way to provide a channel/<br />

platform to help members to continue to<br />

connect with each other and enhance their<br />

professional development and social networks.<br />

With the support of the committee the ED<br />

initiated the organization of a team and<br />

coordinated the first <strong>CLTA</strong> Virtual Forum on<br />

Zoom. The first <strong>CLTA</strong> Virtual forum was a<br />

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success and was welcomed by members. The<br />

committee decided to continue the Virtual<br />

Forums as a series. With the team’s efforts there<br />

were 5 successful <strong>CLTA</strong> Virtual Forums<br />

conducted between July 2020 and March 2021.<br />

The 2021 <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference (Virtual,<br />

April 8-18, 2021) went very well with around<br />

500 registrants and over 200 presentations on<br />

Chinese language and culture education.<br />

The Covid-19 Pandemic challenge didn’t<br />

tear <strong>CLTA</strong> down. Instead, with care and<br />

thoughtful consideration of our members’<br />

safety, well-being, and professional<br />

development, <strong>CLTA</strong> provided members an<br />

opportunity to get better support and feel a<br />

more cozy and stronger sense of belonging. <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> turned 60 years old in 2022! To<br />

celebrate <strong>CLTA</strong>’s 60th anniversary HQ<br />

initiated and helped host a series of three<br />

special virtual lectures. With around 500 virtual<br />

conference registrations and many special<br />

events arranged, the 2022 <strong>CLTA</strong> annual<br />

conference (virtual) and the <strong>CLTA</strong> 60th<br />

anniversary celebration ran smoothly and<br />

successfully, with the help of HQ and the<br />

committee.<br />

Now we are finally back to in-person events<br />

after the Covid-19 break. It was great to see so<br />

many members at the ACTFL/<strong>CLTA</strong> 2022<br />

conference in Boston (11/18 – 11/20/2022).<br />

The <strong>CLTA</strong> booth events organized and<br />

coordinated by the <strong>CLTA</strong> HQ went very well.<br />

We were so happy to see each other, network<br />

with old and new friends, and share our<br />

classroom teaching and research! Many <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

members came to the <strong>CLTA</strong> booth to chat<br />

cheerfully, reconnect and draw for prizes.<br />

The <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference (held at<br />

the Hilton Hotel, Washington Dulles Airport,<br />

Friday 3/31 – Sunday 4/2), with your great<br />

support and active participation, went very<br />

smoothly and was cheerful and successful.<br />

There were around 400 people in attendance,<br />

which was the highest number of in-person<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Conference attendees in 61 years. It was<br />

wonderful to see each other, network with old<br />

and new friends, and share our classroom<br />

teaching and research! HQ gathered many<br />

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great photos and videos, including the banquet<br />

drawing videos, for members to view and<br />

download. <br />

The sponsors and Exhibition Tables<br />

recruited and coordinated by the ED for the<br />

2021, 2022, and <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> annual<br />

conferences also went very well, reflecting the<br />

excellence of the successful recruiting efforts<br />

and the committee’s hard work to promote the<br />

events. <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> has been the premier professional<br />

association for Chinese language teachers in<br />

the United States for decades. We are happy to<br />

note that membership in March <strong>2023</strong> was at<br />

the highest level of any of the last eight years<br />

(2016 – <strong>2023</strong>). With the current 17 regional<br />

affiliated associations and 13 Special Interest<br />

Groups located all across the United States, I<br />

am sure <strong>CLTA</strong> will continue to grow, lead, and<br />

provide tremendous positive impact for<br />

Chinese educators and the field of Chinese<br />

language education globally. <br />

During my term as Executive Director I<br />

have been very fortunate to work with many<br />

creative and devoted colleagues inside and<br />

outside <strong>CLTA</strong> to create and promote<br />

innovative teaching and research related to<br />

important current phenomena such as diversity,<br />

equity and inclusion initiatives, language<br />

learning technology, artificial intelligence, and<br />

experiential culture teaching and learning. I<br />

expect to see <strong>CLTA</strong> and <strong>CLTA</strong> members<br />

continue to play pioneering and leading roles in<br />

the field of Chinese language education far into<br />

the future. Best wishes to you all. <br />

Sincerely,<br />

Sue-mei Wu 吳 素 美 , Ph.D. <br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Executive Director (2019-<strong>2023</strong>)<br />

Teaching Professor of Chinese Studies,<br />

Carnegie Mellon University<br />

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Highlights<br />

of the Issue

Subject: THANKS & <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference Photos and<br />

Videos Links<br />

<br />

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

Greetings from <strong>CLTA</strong> Headquarters!<br />

The <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference (held at the Hilton Hotel, Washington Dulles<br />

Airport, Friday 3/31 – Sunday 4/2), with your great support and active participation,<br />

went very smoothly, and was cheerful and successful. There were around 400<br />

people in attendance, which has made it the highest number of inperson<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Conference attendees in 61 years. We were so happy to see each<br />

other, network with old and new friends, and share our classroom teaching and<br />

research! The Headquarters has gathered many great photos, videos and the<br />

banquet drawing videos for you to view and download. Here are the links:<br />

(1) <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual conference highlight photos link:<br />

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1DtjskWccTgG-q70vH6NI5tRzq7c0Ky9n?<br />

usp=sharing<br />

(2) <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Banquet drawing video Youtube link (1)<br />

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnBNt6qSP4Y<br />

(3) <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Banquet drawing video (2)<br />

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7uAmWCjoto<br />

Photo and video credits: Sue-mei WU, Zheng GU and Penny WANG<br />

As we reflect on this past few years, we continue to be grateful for all that you<br />

contribute to <strong>CLTA</strong>. A BIG THANK YOU for all your support! From all of us at <strong>CLTA</strong>,<br />

we'd like to wish you good luck and a promising future!<br />

Cheers,<br />

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

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

Prepared by <strong>CLTA</strong> Media and Publicity Committee: Yu Wu 吴 瑜 & Zheng Gu 顾 铮 <br />

The <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Conference was successfully held from March 31 to April 2, <strong>2023</strong> in<br />

Washington D.C. This year’s conference marked the first in-person meeting in three years<br />

and brought together more than 400 participants, including scholars, teachers, program<br />

administrators, graduate students, and practitioners from across the United States and<br />

other regions, such as East Asia, and England. The conference program featured three<br />

keynote speeches, two invited workshops, 44 panels, 109 individual papers, six SIG<br />

roundtables, 23 tech demonstrations, one Yao Award session, and six exhibitor<br />

presentations. <br />

The keynote speeches took place on April 1, <strong>2023</strong>. Representing the Asia-Pacific<br />

Consortium of Teaching Chinese as an International Language, Professor Shaoming Zhou<br />

(Asia Institute at the University of Melbourne) gave a keynote speech on “A Common, but<br />

Unsolved Issue.” Representing the European Association of Chinese Teaching, Professor<br />

Luminita Balan ⽩ 罗 米 (University of Bucharest, Romania) gave a keynote speech titled<br />

“ 中 ⽂ 纳 入 罗 ⻢ 尼 亚 国 ⺠ 教 育 体 系 的 现 状 、 动 因 与 发 展 对 策 ”. Professor Chuanren Ke 柯 传<br />

仁 , the recipient of the <strong>CLTA</strong> Lifetime Achievement Award, gave a keynote speech on<br />

“Bilingual Heritage Language Learning Experiences in Study Abroad Contexts”. <br />

The General Membership meeting took place in the evening of April 1, <strong>2023</strong>. It featured<br />

the <strong>CLTA</strong> 2022-<strong>2023</strong> Annual Report and <strong>CLTA</strong> Award Ceremony. In the Annual Report<br />

section, <strong>CLTA</strong> President Professor Shuai Li 郦 帅 gave a warm welcoming remark and<br />

introduced the leadership team, Steering Committee, Board of Directors, Sub-committees,<br />

and Appointed Officers. Professor Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 , <strong>CLTA</strong> Executive Director, reported<br />

on <strong>CLTA</strong> membership, which is currently 827, with 20% of the members from K-12<br />

institutions. It is encouraging to see that <strong>CLTA</strong> has steadily grown despite the COVID-19<br />

pandemic, reaching one of its largest membership in the past eight years. Following the<br />

executive report, Chairs of Committees briefly introduced their work and accomplishments<br />

in the past year. <br />

During the Award Ceremony, Professor Chuanren Ke 柯 传 仁 from the University of Iowa<br />

received the <strong>CLTA</strong> Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution to<br />

Chinese language teaching and research. Professor Xiaohong Wen 温 晓 红 provided the<br />

introduction and highlighted Professor Ke’s devotion and contributions to <strong>CLTA</strong>.<br />

Additionally, <strong>CLTA</strong> presented the Outstanding Contribution Award to two recipients:<br />

Professor Hongyin Tao 陶 红 印 (Introduced by the Immediate Past President Yongping Zhu<br />

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朱 永 平 ), and Professor Fangyuan Yuan 袁 芳 远 (Introduced by Board member Yan Liu 刘<br />

艳 ). The Outstanding Contribution Award acknowledges the extraordinary contributions<br />

made by the awardees. Following this, Chair of the <strong>CLTA</strong> Awards Committee, Jing Wang<br />

王 静 , announced the recipients of other awards (details can be found on the next page).<br />

Wenhao Diao 刁 ⽂ 豪 , Ling’ou Jiang 江 凌 欧 , Xia Liang 梁 霞 , Yongping Zhu 朱 永 平 , as well<br />

as Cheng & Tsui & BLCUP 北 语 社 representatives presented the awards to recipients. <br />

After the Award Ceremony, ED Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 expressed special thanks to the 14<br />

exhibitors and sponsors of the <strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> conference. Professor Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 ,<br />

Conference Program Chair, expressed gratitude to the Conference Committee members<br />

and volunteers. Professor Shuai Li 郦 帅 acknowledged the outgoing Board members and<br />

officers for their service to <strong>CLTA</strong> over the past years. The outgoing members are Yongping<br />

Zhu 朱 永 平 (Immediate Past President), Sue-mei Wu 吴 素 美 (Executive Director), Tong<br />

Chen 陈 彤 (Board member), Wenhao Diao 刁 ⽂ 豪 (Board member), and Baozhang He 何<br />

宝 璋 (Conference Officer). Professor Li thanked all members and volunteers for their<br />

invaluable contribution to the success of the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Annual Conference. <br />

Professor Li then introduced the newly elected <strong>CLTA</strong> President Xia Liang 梁 霞<br />

(<strong>2023</strong>-2024 President) and Vice President Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 , and the newly appointed<br />

Executive Director Professor Jie Zhang 张 洁 . Following the leadership transition, President<br />

Liang introduced the <strong>2023</strong>-2024 leadership team and welcomed new Board members<br />

Kening Li 李 可 宁 , Ninghui Liang 梁 宁 辉 , Qiaona Yu 俞 巧 娜 . President Liang also<br />

introduced the new Steering Committee, comprising Xia Liang 梁 霞 (P), Zhongqi Shi 史 中<br />

琦 (VP), Shuai Li 郦 帅 (IPP), Yu Wu 吴 瑜 (Board member), Ran Zhao 赵 冉 (Board<br />

member), and Jie Zhang 张 洁 (ED). President Liang expressed her willingness to work<br />

closely with the committees and officers to provide outstanding services to <strong>CLTA</strong> members.<br />

The meeting concluded with a Q & A session. <br />

For details on the <strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Conference program and events, please visit <strong>CLTA</strong><br />

website (https://clta-us.org). The <strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Conference committee consists of: <br />

Committee Chair: Shuai Li 郦 帅 (Chair), Xia Liang 梁 霞 (Co-Chair)<br />

Program Chair: Zhongqi Shi 史 中 琦 (Chair), Yu Wu 吴 瑜 (Co-Chair)<br />

Members: Baozhang He 何 宝 璋 (Officer), Jun Da 笪 骏 (Technical Support), <br />

Sue-Mei Wu 吴 素 美 (Headquarters) <br />

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<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Awards 奖 项 得 主<br />

<br />

The following awards were presented to<br />

their recipients at the general membership<br />

meeting:<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Lifetime Achievement Award <br />

Professor Chuanren Ke 柯 传 仁 教 授 <br />

University of Iowa<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Outstanding Contribution Award<br />

Hongyin Tao 陶 红 印 , University of California-<br />

Los Angeles<br />

Fangyuan Yuan 袁 芳 远 , US Naval Academy<br />

Cheng & Tsui Professional Development<br />

Award<br />

Jing Gao Ankeny, Centennial High School<br />

Qiang Zhang, Harvard University <br />

2022-<strong>2023</strong> BLCUP Award for K-12<br />

Professional Development<br />

Yaqi Bick 李 亚 琦 , The Bush School<br />

Qihui Tang 汤 奇 慧 , Sidwell Friends School<br />

Jingran Wan 万 静 然 , Bellevue School District<br />

Lingjing Luo 罗 玲 婧 <br />

Chunmei Guan 关 春 梅 , Logansport High <br />

School & Ye Sun, 孙 晔 Lafayette School <br />

Corporation<br />

Liangyan Wang 王 梁 妍 , St. Paul VI Catholic <br />

High School<br />

2022-<strong>2023</strong> BLUCP Award for Innovative<br />

Excellence in Teaching Chinese as a<br />

Foreign Language<br />

1st Prize: Lini Ge Polin, University of North<br />

Carolina at Chapel Hill & <br />

Li Yang, Kansas State University<br />

2nd Prize: Nini Li, University of Hawai‘i at<br />

Mānoa<br />

2022-<strong>2023</strong>Action Research Award<br />

Yali Feng, Georgia State University<br />

2022-<strong>2023</strong> Jiede Empirical Research Award<br />

Kaidi Chen, University of Connecticut /<br />

Columbia University<br />

2022-<strong>2023</strong> Tao-chung Ted Yao Memorial<br />

Award<br />

Yingyu Chen, University of Hawaii at Manoa<br />

Bo Liu, University of Oklahoma<br />

Jiaxin Tian, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa<br />

Cheng & Tsui SIG Award <br />

Gang Liu, Content-based Chinese Language<br />

Learning at Advanced Levels<br />

Ninghui Liang,Teaching CFL to Elementary and<br />

Intermediate Learners<br />

Luoyi Cai, Chinese Language Film Education<br />

Exchange<br />

Zhiying Qian, Chinese as a Second Language<br />

Research<br />

Penny Wang, <strong>CLTA</strong> Educational Technology<br />

Wenze Hu, CFL Teacher Development<br />

Yongfang Zhang, Intercultural Competence for<br />

Chinese Teachers and Learners<br />

Chunmei Guan, K-12 Classroom and<br />

Methodology<br />

Chunsheng Yang/Hang Zhang , L2 Chinese<br />

Pronunciation Teaching and Research<br />

Yan Liu, Chinese Heritage Language Learning<br />

Jianfen Wang, Context-based Inter-disciplinary<br />

CFL<br />

Jingcheng Liu, Chinese Grammar Instruction<br />

and Research<br />

Ran Zhao, Program Articulation<br />

CULTR-GUS 会 议 奖 <br />

Cheer Wu, UCLA<br />

Ai-Ling Lu, Ohio State University<br />

Kuang-Li Han, Greenbelt Middle School <br />

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Top left <br />

President Xia Liang presents<br />

Outstanding Contribution Award<br />

to Professor Fangyuan Yuan <br />

Immediate Past President<br />

Professor Yongping Zhu<br />

presents Outstanding<br />

Contribution Award to Professor<br />

Hongyin Tao<br />

______________________<br />

Top right: <br />

President Shuai Li holds the<br />

<strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> General Members<br />

meeting<br />

______________________<br />

Bottom: <br />

Professor Chuanren Ke receives<br />

the <strong>2023</strong> <strong>CLTA</strong> Lifetime<br />

Achievement Award <br />

______________________<br />

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Board members and appointed officers<br />

理 事 会 成 员 与 亚 太 地 区 、 欧 汉 会 代 表 合 影<br />

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Congratulations to <br />

Professor Chuanren Ke 柯 传 仁 ,<br />

who has been awarded the<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> 2022-<strong>2023</strong> Lifetime<br />

Achievement Award!<br />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 4⽉1⽇ 晚 上<br />

美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 终 身 成 就 奖 颁 奖 典 礼 上 获 奖 者 柯 传 仁 的 获 奖 感 ⾔<br />

⼤ 家 好 ! 非 常 感 谢 温 晓 虹 ⽼ 师 刚 才 向 ⼤ 家 详 细 地 介 绍 我 这 些 年 来 所 取 得<br />

的 成 就 和 对 本 领 域 的 贡 献 。<br />

非 常 感 谢 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 颁 发 给 我 <strong>2023</strong> 年 美 国 中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会 终 身 成 就<br />

奖 这 个 宝 贵 的 奖 项 。<br />

我 已 经 从 事 中 ⽂⼆ 语 教 学 与 研 究 三 ⼗ 余 年 , 我 获 得 这 个 奖 项 , 也 是 我 们<br />

⼤ 家 对 我 们 所 从 事 的 领 域 的 认 可 。<br />

记 得 90 年 代 初 我 就 已 开 始 参 加 <strong>CLTA</strong> 年 会 , 那 时 有 关 中 ⽂⼆ 语 教 学 的 研<br />

究 论 ⽂ 屈 指 可 数 , 但 发 展 到 现 在 , 我 们 看 今 天 的 年 会 , 无 论 是 数 量 还 是<br />

质 量 , 中 ⽂⼆ 语 习 得 ⽅⾯ 的 研 究 论 ⽂ 都 有 了 显 著 的 提 ⾼。 我 们 的 队 伍 越<br />

来 越 强 ⼤, 专 业 性 也 越 来 越 ⾼, 未 来 更 加 可 期 。<br />

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我 想 借 这 个 机 会 , 感 谢 ⼤ 家 多 年 来 对 我 的 帮 助 与 促 进 。 我 尤 其 要 感 谢<br />

Iowa 的 学 ⽣。 教 学 相 长 , 这 三 ⼗ 年 来 我 从 你 们 身 上 学 到 了 很 多 东 西 , 我<br />

⾃ 身 教 学 、 研 究 的 提 ⾼ 与 同 学 们 的 启 发 , 和 同 学 们 持 续 的 学 习 热 情 和 专<br />

业 精 神 都 有 着 直 接 的 关 系 。 这 个 终 身 成 就 奖 有 你 们 的 ⼀ 份 功 劳 。 看 到<br />

Iowa 这 三 ⼗ 年 来 的 毕 业 ⽣ 在 我 们 这 个 领 域 默 默 地 耕 耘 和 奉 献 , 砥 砺 前<br />

⾏, 成 为 我 们 这 个 领 域 的 rising stars 和 shining stars, 我 感 到 非 常 欣 慰 和<br />

骄 傲 !<br />

这 个 宝 贵 的 终 身 成 就 奖 将 ⿎ 励 我 继 续 保 有 好 奇 ⼼, 陪 伴 我 进 入 ⼈⽣ 的 下<br />

⼀ 阶 段 。<br />

再 次 感 谢 <strong>CLTA</strong>! 谢 谢 ⼤ 家 ! 祝 ⼤ 家 身 体 健 康 !<br />

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

Photo Gallery<br />

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We’re awesome<br />

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

Photo Gallery<br />

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

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<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 />

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 />

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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 />

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News<br />

News and Announcements

The Sixth International Forum on Linguistics and Chinese Education (IFOLCE-6)<br />

<br />

第 六 届 语 ⾔ 学 与 汉 语 教 学 国 际 论 坛 <br />

<strong>May</strong> 26-28, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Stanford University, California<br />

<br />

Co-organizers<br />

The Chinese Language Teachers Association of California (<strong>CLTA</strong>C)<br />

City University of Hong Kong<br />

Second Announcement <br />

Updated info includes workshop theme, invited speakers, registration, and hotel and transportation.<br />

1. Background and Purposes<br />

The International Forum on Linguistics and Chinese Education (IFOLCE) is organized as an annual<br />

conference dedicated to exploring and promoting application of the latest linguistic research findings to the<br />

field of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. The establishment of IFOLCE originally resulted from a<br />

joint effort of a group of colleagues in the field from eight universities in the United States, Beijing, and<br />

Hong Kong in the field. Debuting in 2015, the IFOLCE annual forum has been held rotationally among the<br />

five locations with each having two co-organizers. IFOLCE-1 was held at University of California at Davis<br />

(co-organizer Columbia University), IFOLCE-2 at Beijing Language and Culture University (co-organizer<br />

Peking University), IFOLCE-3 at Notre Dame University (co-organizer Princeton University), IFOLCE-4 at<br />

the Chinese University of Hong Kong (co-organizer Stanford University), and IFOLCE-5 at Columbia<br />

University (co-organizer UC-Davis). IFOLCE-6 will be held in person at Stanford University with two coorganizers,<br />

the Chinese Language Teachers Association of California (<strong>CLTA</strong>C) and City University of Hong<br />

Kong.<br />

It has been recognized for a long time that linguistic studies play an important role in second language<br />

teaching. As observed in the great tradition pioneered by Prof.Yuen Ren Chao and others, Chinese L2<br />

teaching should be placed on a solid basis of Chinese linguistics. With such an understanding, IFOLCE is<br />

intended to serve as a premier forum, inviting scholars from around the world to exchange their latest<br />

research insights on new advances in linguistic studies to enhance our work in Teaching Chinese a Second<br />

Language. The theme of this conference is Traditions and Innovations in Linguistic Research and Chinese<br />

Teaching.<br />

<br />

2. Conference Plan<br />

Organizers: Stanford University, <strong>CLTA</strong>C, City University of Hong Kong <br />

Dates: <strong>May</strong> 26-28, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Location: Stanford University (The San Francisco Bay Area, USA)<br />

<br />

<strong>May</strong> 26 (afternoon) Workshop: L2 Study with Empirical Facts & Linguistic Analyses<br />

<strong>May</strong> 27-28 Keynote speeches, Invited speeches, Presentations <br />

<strong>May</strong> 28 (afternoon) Roundtable Discussion<br />

<br />

Keynote Speakers:<br />

Professor Elizabeth Bernhardt, Stanford University<br />

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Professor Elizabeth Traugott, Stanford University<br />

Workshop and Invited Speakers:<br />

Professor Chu, Chengzhi, University of California, Davis<br />

Professor Furukawa, Yutaka, Osaka University<br />

Professor Jing-Schmidt, Zhuo, University of Oregon in Eugene<br />

Professor Kit, Chunyu, City University of Hong Kong<br />

Professor Li, Zhiqiang, University of San Francisco<br />

Professor Liang, Xia, Washington University in San Louis<br />

Professor Liu, Lening, Columbia University<br />

Professor Liu, Mei-Chun, City University of Hong Kong<br />

Professor Lu, Yun, Peking University<br />

Professor Wang, Jing, Princeton University<br />

Professor Wen, Xiaohong, University of Houston<br />

Professor Zhang, Zhengsheng, San Diego State University<br />

Professor Zhu, Yongping, University of Notre Dame<br />

<br />

3. Topics under considerations: Chinese Research and CSL Instruction<br />

- Apply new linguistic research findings to CSL theories and practices <br />

- Apply theories in the studies of phonetics and phonology (including prosodic structure) lexicography,<br />

syntax and semantics to CSL instruction.<br />

- Apply research findings in discourse and conversation analyses to CSL instruction.<br />

- Apply research findings in pragmatics and communicative cultures to CSL instruction.<br />

- Apply research findings on the Chinese characters to CSL instruction.<br />

- Apply research findings in corpus linguistics and quantified studies to CSL instruction.<br />

- Apply research findings in cognitive neuroscience and empirical studies to CSL instruction.<br />

- Understand the significance of the research findings in psycholinguistics and language acquisition to<br />

CSL instruction.<br />

- The basic linguistic knowledge needed in CSL advanced-level instruction, including academic<br />

Chinese and Chinese for special purposes.<br />

- Apply linguistic research findings to the compilation of dictionaries for CSL instruction.<br />

- Apply the latest technology together with linguistic findings to CSL instruction.<br />

- The new issues in linguistic studies in relation to the latest developments in CSL practices.<br />

<br />

4. Conference language<br />

<br />

English or Chinese<br />

<br />

5. Registration<br />

<br />

1. Other than conference presenters, non-presenters are welcome to participate in the conference. To<br />

register, please fill out the following form and pay the registration fee by clicking on the payment<br />

link on the form. https://stanforduniversity.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZ6ghdm99quLk8e<br />

2. Registration fee: US$90 if registering before April 1, and US$120 after April 1. The special rate<br />

for members of <strong>CLTA</strong>C is US$90 in recognition of the Association’s sponsorship. Full-time<br />

student rate is US$70. Requests for registration fee refunds must be submitted to the IFOLCE-6<br />

Organizing Committee in writing before April 10, <strong>2023</strong>, after which no refund requests will be<br />

accepted.<br />

3. The registration fee will include lunches on <strong>May</strong> 27 and 28, dinner on <strong>May</strong> 27, and coffee/tea<br />

throughout the forum.<br />

<br />

6. Lodging and Transportation<br />

Lodging Information: https://visit.stanford.edu/basics/lodging.html<br />

Transportation Information: https://transportation.stanford.edu/maps-resources-access/map<br />

Campus Map:https://campus-map.stanford.edu/<br />

<br />

7. Sun Dejin Young Scholar Theses Award (SYSTA)<br />

<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 34

This award is first offered as an encouragement to young scholars who wish to devote themselves to a<br />

career in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language, a field in which Dr. Dejin Sun was especially interested<br />

in, and to which he has made numerous important contributions. The award is an annual prize in the<br />

amount of US$ 200, donated by the founding members of IFOLCE. On the recommendation of the review<br />

committee after reviewing all the SYSTA submissions, a maximum of three finalists will be invited to<br />

present their papers in the special SYSTA session at the forum. Two nights of local lodging will be<br />

provided to these three finalists (one recipient for each paper) by the organizer free of charge, although the<br />

finalists must notify the organizer of their travel plan in a timely manner as required.<br />

<br />

1. Eligibility:<br />

(1) The applicant must be 45 years of age (or younger) in the year of the forum.<br />

(2) The applicant need not have a Ph.D. degree. But for those with a Ph.D. degree, the year of the<br />

forum must be within 6 years of the receipt of the degree.<br />

2. An applicant must submit an abstract of the thesis before January 15. Once the thesis is accepted to<br />

be a finalist, the full paper must be submitted before March 15. The paper must be no more than 20<br />

pages (single space) in length and formatted in APA, MLA or LSA style or the styles of other<br />

Chinese core academic journals in Chinese linguistics or language acquisition. The first line of the<br />

thesis should be written “ 孙 德 ⾦ 青 年 优 秀 论 ⽂ 奖 参 评 论 ⽂.” The thesis must be original and has<br />

not been published.<br />

3. Priority will be given to those who have not been honored by this award before.<br />

4. A maximum of three finalists will be anonymously reviewed and selected by the review committee,<br />

and the thesis must be presented at the special session of the annual forum.<br />

<br />

8. IFOLCE-6 Committee (alphabetical order)<br />

<br />

李 樾 Li, Yue, <strong>CLTA</strong>C 加 州 中 ⽂ 教 师 协 会 <br />

刘 美 君 Liu, Mei-chun, City University of Hong Kong ⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

孙 朝 奋 Sun, Chaofen, Stanford University 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

唐 乐 Tang, Le Singleton, Stanford University 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

<br />

9. IFOLCE Organizing Committee (alphabetical order)<br />

储 诚 志 Chu, Chengzhi, University of California, Davis 加 州 ⼤ 学 戴 维 斯 分 校 <br />

崔 希 亮 Cui, Xiliang, Beijing Language and Culture University 北 京 语 ⾔⼤ 学 <br />

刘 乐 宁 Liu, Lening, Columbia University 哥 伦 比 亚 ⼤ 学 <br />

刘 美 君 Liu, Mei-Chun, City University of Hong Kong ⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

孙 朝 奋 Sun, Chaofen, Stanford University 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

王 静 Wang, Jing, Princeton University 普 林 斯 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

赵 杨 Zhao, Yang, Peking University 北 京 ⼤ 学 <br />

朱 永 平 Zhu, Yongping, University of Notre Dame 圣 母 ⼤ 学 <br />

<br />

10. Forum Website: www.ifolce.weebly.com<br />

Email address: ifolce6@gmail.com<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2

第 六 届 语 ⾔ 学 与 汉 语 教 学 国 际 论 坛 <br />

The Sixth International Forum on Linguistics and Chinese Education (IFOLCE-6)<br />

<br />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 5 ⽉ 26-28⽇ <br />

<br />

斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 加 州 中 ⽂ 教 师 协 会 ⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

联 合 承 办 <br />

<br />

第 ⼆ 号 通 知 <br />

( 在 ⼀ 号 通 知 上 增 加 与 更 新 的 信 息 包 括 :⼯ 作 坊 主 题 、 特 邀 报 告 ⼈、<br />

注 册 ⽅ 式 、 旅 馆 与 交 通 等 )<br />

⼀、 论 坛 背 景 和 宗 旨 <br />

<br />

“ 语 ⾔ 学 与 汉 语 教 学 国 际 论 坛 (IFOLCE)” 是 ⼀ 个 旨 在 提 倡 以 坚 实 的 语 ⾔ 学 研 究 为 基 础 促 进<br />

与 提 升 汉 语 ⼆ 语 教 学 的 学 术 交 流 平 台 。 论 坛 于 2015 年 由 美 国 、 中 国 ⼤ 陆 和 ⾹ 港 地 区 八 所 ⼤ 学 的 有<br />

关 同 仁 共 同 发 起 , 轮 流 举 ⾏, 每 届 由 两 所 ⼤ 学 共 同 承 办 。2015-2019 年 , 已 分 别 在 加 州 ⼤ 学 戴 维 斯<br />

分 校 ( 与 哥 伦 比 亚 ⼤ 学 合 办 )、 北 京 语 ⾔⼤ 学 ( 与 北 京 ⼤ 学 合 办 )、 圣 母 ⼤ 学 ( 与 普 林 斯 顿 ⼤ 学 合<br />

办 )、⾹ 港 中 ⽂⼤ 学 ( 与 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 合 办 ) 和 哥 伦 比 亚 ⼤ 学 ( 与 加 州 ⼤ 学 戴 维 斯 分 校 合 办 ) 成 功 举<br />

办 五 届 。 第 六 届 论 坛 将 于 <strong>2023</strong> 年 5⽉ 在 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 线 下 举 ⾏, 由 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 、 加 州 中 ⽂ 教 师 协 会 与<br />

⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 共 同 承 办 。<br />

将 汉 语 作 为 第 ⼆ 语 ⾔ 和 外 语 的 教 学 建 ⽴ 于 扎 实 的 语 ⾔ 学 研 究 之 上 , 将 语 ⾔ 学 的 先 进 研 究 成 果<br />

转 化 应 ⽤ 于 汉 语 教 学 之 中 , 是 提 升 汉 语 教 学 ⽔ 准 和 品 质 之 所 必 需 , 也 是 以 赵 元 任 先 ⽣ 为 代 表 的 现 代<br />

汉 语 语 ⾔ 学 与 汉 语 教 学 开 拓 者 所 确 ⽴ 的 优 秀 传 统 。“ 语 ⾔ 学 与 汉 语 教 学 国 际 论 坛 ” 诚 邀 各 国 同 ⾏ 先 进<br />

共 同 发 扬 这 ⼀ 传 统 , 交 流 新 知 , 分 享 卓 见 , 携 ⼿ 推 动 汉 语 ⼆ 语 教 学 学 科 的 不 断 发 展 。<br />

<br />

⼆、 本 届 论 坛 计 划 <br />

<br />

承 办 单 位 : 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 、 加 州 中 ⽂ 教 师 协 会 、⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

时 间 :<strong>2023</strong> 年 5⽉26-28⽇<br />

地 点 : 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 ( 美 国 旧 ⾦ 山 湾 区 )<br />

⽇ 程 安 排 : <br />

5⽉26⽇ 下 午 :“ 实 证 研 究 与 语 法 分 析 ”⼯ 作 坊 <br />

5⽉27-28⽇: 主 题 报 告 、 特 邀 报 告 、 论 坛 报 告 <br />

5⽉28⽇ 下 午 ⼤ 会 圆 桌 会 议 <br />

<br />

主 题 报 告 :<br />

Elizabeth Bernhardt 教 授 , 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

Elizabeth Traugott 教 授 , 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

⼯ 作 坊 或 特 邀 报 告 :<br />

储 诚 志 教 授 , 加 州 ⼤ 学 戴 维 斯 校 区 <br />

古 川 裕 教 授 ,⼤ 阪 ⼤ 学 <br />

揭 春 ⾬ 教 授 ,⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

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井 茁 教 授 , 俄 勒 冈 ⼤ 学 尤 ⾦ 校 区 <br />

李 智 强 教 授 , 旧 ⾦ 山 ⼤ 学 <br />

梁 霞 教 授 , 圣 路 易 斯 华 盛 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

刘 乐 宁 教 授 , 哥 伦 比 亚 ⼤ 学 <br />

刘 美 君 教 授 ,⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

路 云 教 授 , 北 京 ⼤ 学 <br />

王 静 教 授 , 普 林 斯 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

温 晓 虹 教 授 , 休 ⼠ 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

张 正 ⽣ 教 授 , 加 利 福 利 亚 州 ⽴⼤ 学 圣 地 亚 哥 校 区 <br />

朱 永 平 教 授 , 圣 母 ⼤ 学 <br />

<br />

三 、 本 届 论 坛 主 题 : 汉 语 研 究 与 教 学 : 传 统 与 创 新 <br />

<br />

论 ⽂ 须 与 本 届 论 坛 的 主 题 密 切 关 联 。 以 下 为 参 考 议 题 :<br />

1. 语 ⾔ 学 研 究 新 成 果 在 汉 语 教 学 中 转 化 应 ⽤ 的 问 题 与 对 策 <br />

2. 语 法 学 、 词 汇 学 、 语 义 学 、 语 ⾳ 和 ⾳ 韵 学 及 韵 律 研 究 在 汉 语 教 学 中 的 转 化 应 ⽤<br />

3. 篇 章 和 话 语 研 究 及 语 体 研 究 成 果 在 汉 语 教 学 中 的 转 化 应 ⽤<br />

4. 语 ⽤ 学 和 交 际 ⽂ 化 研 究 成 果 与 汉 语 教 学 <br />

5. 汉 字 研 究 的 新 成 果 在 汉 语 作 为 ⼆ 语 教 学 中 的 转 化 应 ⽤<br />

6. ⼼ 理 语 ⾔ 学 和 ⼆ 语 习 得 研 究 新 成 果 对 汉 语 教 学 的 启 发 <br />

7. 语 料 库 和 计 量 语 ⾔ 学 成 果 在 汉 语 教 学 中 的 转 化 应 ⽤<br />

8. 认 知 神 经 科 学 和 实 证 研 究 在 汉 语 教 学 中 的 应 ⽤<br />

9. ⾼ 级 汉 语 ( 包 括 学 术 汉 语 和 专 业 汉 语 ) 教 学 所 需 的 语 ⾔ 学 基 础 <br />

10. 语 ⾔ 学 研 究 的 新 成 果 与 汉 语 作 为 ⼆ 语 教 学 专 ⽤ 词 典 的 编 写 <br />

11. 语 ⾔ 学 研 究 成 果 与 新 技 术 在 汉 语 教 学 中 的 应 ⽤<br />

12. 汉 语 作 为 ⼆ 语 教 学 的 新 发 展 对 语 ⾔ 学 研 究 提 出 的 新 课 题 <br />

<br />

四 、 会 议 语 ⾔: 英 ⽂ 或 中 ⽂<br />

<br />

五 、 参 会 注 册 <br />

<br />

1. 除 会 议 报 告 ⼈ 外 , 本 论 坛 也 欢 迎 非 报 告 ⼈ 注 册 参 会 。 请 填 写 下 列 注 册 表 , 并 点 击 表 格 中 相 应<br />

的 付 款 链 接 缴 纳 注 册 费 。https://stanforduniversity.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZ6ghdm99quLk8e<br />

2. 注 册 费 : 四 ⽉⼀⽇ 前 注 册 90 美 元 , 四 ⽉⼀⽇ 后 注 册 120 美 元 , 加 州 中 ⽂ 教 师 协 会 会 员 90 美 元 ,<br />

全 职 学 ⽣70 美 元 。 注 册 后 如 需 退 款 , 请 于 四 ⽉⼗⽇ 前 书 ⾯ 告 知 论 坛 组 委 会 , 过 期 概 不 退 还 。<br />

3. 会 议 提 供 5⽉27、28⽇⼆⽇ 午 餐 ,27⽇ 晚 餐 , 以 及 会 议 期 间 的 咖 啡 茶 点 。<br />

<br />

六 、 会 场 及 周 边 信 息 <br />

斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 及 周 边 信 息 如 下 , 供 参 考 :<br />

校 园 地 图 :https://campus-map.stanford.edu/<br />

酒 店 信 息 :https://visit.stanford.edu/basics/lodging.html<br />

交 通 信 息 :https://transportation.stanford.edu/maps-resources-access/map<br />

<br />

七 、 孙 德 ⾦ 青 年 优 秀 论 ⽂ 奖 <br />

<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2

为 ⿎ 励 青 年 学 者 , 纪 念 为 汉 语 本 体 研 究 与 教 学 应 ⽤ 作 出 突 出 贡 献 的 语 ⾔ 学 家 、 本 论 坛 的 创 始<br />

⼈ 之 ⼀ 孙 德 ⾦ 博 ⼠, 本 论 坛 设 ⽴“ 孙 德 ⾦ 青 年 优 秀 论 ⽂ 奖 ”(Sun Dejin Young Scholar Theses Award;<br />

SYSTA), 奖 ⾦ 由 本 论 坛 创 始 ⼈ 捐 赠 。 获 奖 者 将 获 得 孙 德 ⾦ 青 年 优 秀 论 ⽂ 奖 获 奖 证 书 和 奖 ⾦(200 美<br />

元 )。 评 审 委 员 会 将 从 所 收 论 ⽂ 中 邀 请 不 多 于 三 位 入 围 者 参 加 论 坛 专 场 报 告 , 并 将 为 入 围 者 特 供 两<br />

晚 住 宿 。 如 经 评 审 委 员 会 审 议 认 定 所 收 论 ⽂ 质 或 量 均 有 明 显 ⽋ 缺 , 奖 项 可 以 空 缺 。 经 孙 德 ⾦ 青 年 优<br />

秀 论 ⽂ 奖 评 审 委 员 会 投 票 通 过 的 所 有 决 定 皆 为 不 可 更 改 的 最 终 决 定 。<br />

申 请 该 奖 项 的 具 体 要 求 如 下 : <br />

1. 申 请 ⼈ 资 格 <br />

(1) 申 请 当 年 不 超 过 45 周 岁 ;<br />

(2) 获 得 博 ⼠ 学 位 6 年 之 内 ; 或 无 博 ⼠ 学 位 的 青 年 学 者 与 教 师 ; <br />

2. 申 请 者 需 于 1⽉15⽇ 前 提 交 论 ⽂ 摘 要 , 摘 要 经 评 审 被 接 收 入 围 后 , 于 3⽉ 15⽇ 前 提 交 论 ⽂<br />

全 ⽂。 论 ⽂ 长 度 不 超 过 20 页 , 单 倍 ⾏ 距 , 采 ⽤APA, MLA 或 LSA 格 式 , 或 其 他 汉 语 语<br />

⾔ 学 与 汉 语 ⼆ 语 教 学 著 名 核 ⼼ 期 刊 论 ⽂ 格 式 均 可 , 并 在 论 ⽂ 第 ⼀⾏ 注 明 “ 孙 德 ⾦ 青 年 优<br />

秀 论 ⽂ 奖 参 评 论 ⽂”。 论 ⽂ 须 原 创 、 独 ⽴ 完 成 且 未 曾 公 开 发 表 ; <br />

3. 优 先 考 虑 未 曾 获 得 过 本 论 ⽂ 奖 的 申 请 者 ;<br />

4. 参 评 论 ⽂ 由 论 坛 评 审 委 员 会 匿 名 评 审 出 入 围 者 , 入 围 者 必 须 于 本 论 坛 专 场 汇 报 。<br />

<br />

八 、 本 届 论 坛 召 集 ⼈( 按 姓 氏 ⾳ 序 排 列 )<br />

李 樾 Li, Yue, Chinese Language Teachers Association of California 加 州 中 ⽂ 教 师 协 会 <br />

刘 美 君 Liu, Mei-chun, City University of Hong Kong ⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

孙 朝 奋 Sun, Chaofen, Stanford University 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

唐 乐 Tang, Le Singleton, Stanford University 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

<br />

九 、“ 语 ⾔ 学 与 汉 语 教 学 国 际 论 坛 ” 组 委 会 成 员 ( 按 姓 氏 ⾳ 序 排 列 )<br />

<br />

储 诚 志 Chu, Chengzhi, University of California, Davis 加 州 ⼤ 学 戴 维 斯 分 校 <br />

崔 希 亮 Cui, Xiliang, Beijing Language and Culture University 北 京 语 ⾔⼤ 学 <br />

刘 乐 宁 Liu, Lening, Columbia University 哥 伦 比 亚 ⼤ 学 <br />

刘 美 君 Liu, Mei-Chun, City University of Hong Kong ⾹ 港 城 市 ⼤ 学 <br />

孙 朝 奋 Sun, Chaofen, Stanford University 斯 坦 福 ⼤ 学 <br />

王 静 Wang, Jing, Princeton University 普 林 斯 顿 ⼤ 学 <br />

赵 杨 Zhao, Yang, Peking University 北 京 ⼤ 学 <br />

朱 永 平 Zhu, Yongping, University of Notre Dame 圣 母 ⼤ 学 <br />

⼗、 会 议 ⽹ 站 :www.ifolce.weebly.com <br />

联 系 邮 箱 :ifolce6@gmail.com<br />

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返 回 ⽬ 录

Events<br />

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


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 />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 3⽉ 活 动 表<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> Events List (March, <strong>2023</strong>)<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 />

语 ⾔ 观 、 语 法 和 教 学<br />

语 法<br />

刘 乐 宁<br />

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

Mar 03 (Fri)<br />

https://<br />

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

94279596822<br />

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

语 法 教 学 与 研<br />

究<br />

刘 锦 城<br />

如 何 在 ⽹ 上 教 ⼜ 语 ?<br />

分 类 ⼜ 语 话 题 ⽹ 站 和<br />

教 学 讨 论<br />

Penny<br />

Wang<br />

12:00-1:00PM (ET)<br />

Mar 11 (Sat)<br />

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

93514168210?<br />

pwd=bUk2bzFha1ZnbU9<br />

TRlFMRndLdXM4QT09<br />

PASSCODE 041015<br />

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

科 技 ⼩ 组<br />

Penny<br />

Wang<br />

Embracing Change:<br />

K-16 Teaching<br />

Showcase<br />

All<br />

9:00AM -2:30PM (ET),<br />

Mar 11 (Sat)<br />

In person (Philadelphia)<br />

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

Mid-Atlantic<br />

蒋 冕 华<br />

Two pandemics, two<br />

languages: Chinese<br />

dual language learners'<br />

resilience against<br />

discrimination<br />

柯 思 慧<br />

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

Mar 17 (Fri)<br />

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

华 裔 中 ⽂ 教<br />

学 ⼩ 组<br />

刘 艳<br />

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 师 证<br />

书 》 持 证 ⼈ 员 继 续 教<br />

育 会 议 #1<br />

会 议 时 间 为 北 京<br />

时 间 <strong>2023</strong> 年<br />

3⽉4⽇-5⽇<br />

TBA<br />

《 汉 考 》 与<br />

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

以 线 上 会 议<br />

形 式<br />

联 合 举 办<br />

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

《 国 际 中 ⽂ 教 师 证<br />

书 》 持 证 ⼈ 员 继 续 教<br />

育 会 议 #2<br />

会 议 时 间 为 北 京<br />

时 间 <strong>2023</strong> 年<br />

3⽉11⽇-12⽇<br />

TBA<br />

《 汉 考 》 与<br />

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

以 线 上 会 议<br />

形 式<br />

联 合 举 办<br />

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

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

Conference<br />

March 31 – April 2<br />

In person (Washington<br />

D.C.)<br />

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

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

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

Conference<br />

Member meeting &<br />

Banquet<br />

April 1 (Sat)<br />

In person (Washington<br />

D.C.)<br />

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

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

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2

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 />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 4⽉ 活 动 表<br />

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

Title<br />

报 告 主 题<br />

Speaker<br />

主 讲 ⼈<br />

Time 时 间<br />

ET=Eastern 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 />

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

Conference<br />

(fully in<br />

person)<br />

<strong>2023</strong> 年 美 国<br />

中 ⽂ 教 师 学 会<br />

年 会<br />

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

conference<br />

website:<br />

https://www.cltaus.org/cltaannualconference/<br />

3/31 (Fri) -<br />

4/2 (Sun)<br />

Hilton Hotel at Washington<br />

Dulles Airport<br />

(Washington D.C.)<br />

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

HQ<br />

The <strong>2023</strong><br />

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

General<br />

Members<br />

meeting<br />

会 员 ⼤ 会<br />

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

conference<br />

website:<br />

https://<br />

www.clta-us.org/<br />

clta-annualconference/<br />

4/1 (Sat)<br />

6:30-8pm: Dinner<br />

banquet<br />

7-9pm: Members<br />

meeting<br />

Hilton Hotel at Washington<br />

Dulles Airport<br />

(Washington D.C.)<br />

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

HQ<br />

⾼ 年 级 中 ⽂ 教<br />

学 的 故 事 化<br />

与 电 影 化<br />

张 永 涛<br />

叶 ⾬ 佳<br />

张 舒<br />

7:30-9:00PM ET,<br />

04/21/<strong>2023</strong> (Fri)<br />

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

91472167266?<br />

pwd=OEpFa3hmSGN1ckdTSjVi<br />

V3FHWE5GQT09<br />

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

跨 学 科<br />

⾼ 年 级 中 ⽂<br />

教 学 组<br />

刘 刚<br />

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

Spring<br />

Workshop<br />

梁 新 欣<br />

吴 瑜<br />

苏 ⽂ 慧<br />

汤 奇 慧<br />

董 勇 英<br />

9:00am-3:00pm<br />

ET, 4/22/<strong>2023</strong><br />

(Sat)<br />

In person workshop at College of<br />

William & Mary<br />

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

苏 芊<br />

AP 中 ⽂ 考 试 冲<br />

刺 阶 段<br />

要 准 备 什 么 ?<br />

安 然<br />

7:00-8:00 PM PT,<br />

04/08/<strong>2023</strong> (Sat)<br />

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/<br />

86333445914?<br />

pwd=SHRzbEUzRUlxZ0Z0cHN<br />

WRUY5WjZ6QT09<br />

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

Grace<br />

Xie<br />

中 ⽂ 教 学 新 常<br />

态 的 挑 战<br />

⾼ 正 远 Matt<br />

Coss & <strong>CLTA</strong>-SC<br />

members<br />

9:30-2:30PM PT,<br />

04/29/<strong>2023</strong> (Sat)<br />

https://usc.zoom.us/s/<br />

99462697820<br />

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

(Southern<br />

California)<br />

Yi-Hsien<br />

Liu<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 44

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 5⽉ 活 动 表<br />

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

Title<br />

报 告 主 题<br />

视 频 配 ⾳ 在 中 ⽂ 教<br />

学 课 程 中 的<br />

操 作 分 享 展 ⽰<br />

Speaker<br />

主 讲 ⼈<br />

王 隽<br />

(University of<br />

Virginia)<br />

Time 时 间<br />

ET=Eastern Time;<br />

PT=Pacific Time;<br />

5-6PM (ET) on<br />

April 29<br />

Zoom link<br />

活 动 链 接<br />

Meeting ID: 913 5998<br />

5877 Passcode:<br />

571015<br />

Organizer<br />

组 织 ⽅<br />

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

Contact<br />

person<br />

联 系 ⼈<br />

Penny<br />

Wang<br />

如 何 构 建 多 元 互 动<br />

的 语 ⾔ 学 习 模 式<br />

“ 看 漫 画 学 中 ⽂”⾃<br />

学 ⽹ 站 和<br />

分 层 次 教 学<br />

赵 楠 , 杨 舒 怡 ,<br />

邹 纯 媛<br />

Penny Wang<br />

9:30AM-2:45PM<br />

on <strong>May</strong> 6<br />

5-6 PM (ET) on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 6<br />

In person;<br />

Registration link:<br />

https://<br />

docs.google.com/<br />

forms/d/e/<br />

1FAIpQLSenLvtUhaa<br />

ztfrp5ZuCia0532erJN<br />

GWqvDeoVr_9TQ06<br />

W-rJQ/viewform<br />

Meeting ID: 916 5373<br />

7876 Passcode:<br />

653639<br />

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

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

Xuan Weng<br />

Penny<br />

Wang<br />

How to Apply<br />

AAPPL and<br />

STAMP in DLI<br />

Daily Instruction<br />

运 ⽤ 学 ⽣ 主 导 型 互<br />

动 注 释 ⼯ 具<br />

Perusall 辅 助 课 前<br />

合 作 学 习<br />

Hongyu Yang;<br />

Shuang Gou<br />

季 晶 晶<br />

(Northwestern<br />

University)<br />

1:00-2:30 PM<br />

(AZ Time) on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 7<br />

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

(ET) on <strong>May</strong> 19<br />

https://<br />

us06web.zoom.us/j/<br />

84525833267?<br />

pwd=MHhwTDhCcm<br />

c4dnpOSnQvRmwxd<br />

Gs1UT09<br />

https://<br />

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

7666461278<br />

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

Context-based<br />

Interdisciplinary<br />

CFL Curriculum<br />

SIG &Intercultural<br />

Competence SIG<br />

Wenjing<br />

Xie<br />

Jianfen<br />

Wang<br />

⽤ 科 幻 ⼤ 俗 梗 展 现<br />

时 代 精 神 :<br />

论 《 妈 的 多 重 宇<br />

宙 》 的 突 破 与 创 新<br />

蔡 晶 晶<br />

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

(ET) on <strong>May</strong> 20<br />

TBD<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>-SIG 中 ⽂<br />

電 影 教 學<br />

興 趣 ⼩ 組<br />

Yingling<br />

Bao<br />

第 六 届 语 ⾔ 学 与 汉<br />

语 教 学 国 际 论 坛<br />

Dr. Elizabeth<br />

Bernhardt-Kamil,<br />

Dr. Elizabeth<br />

Traugott<br />

9:00-9:30AM;<br />

11:15AM-12:15P<br />

M (PT) on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 27<br />

In person<br />

Stanford<br />

University,<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong>C & City<br />

College of HK<br />

Yue Li<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2

<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 wonderful summer of <strong>2023</strong>!<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 46

新 <br />

书 <br />

快<br />

New Books<br />

《 新 书 快 讯<br />

思 辩 纵 横 <br />

Developing Advanced Proficiency <br />

in Chinese through Debate<br />

ShuPei Wang, Yina Ma Patterson, Lin Guo <br />

ISBN 9781032499888<br />

August 21, <strong>2023</strong> Forthcoming by Routledge. <br />

Available for pre-order: https://www.routledge.com/Developing-<br />

Advanced-Proficiency-in-Chinese-through-Debate/Wang-Patterson-<br />

Guo/p/book/9781032499888<br />

Book description<br />

Developing Advanced Proficiency in Chinese through Debate provides lesson plans for holding high-level<br />

debates in the classroom.<br />

The lesson plans in this textbook were created based on the standards of the Oral Proficiency Interview held<br />

by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. These lesson plans train students in<br />

advanced language tasks such as giving thorough descriptions and narrations, comparing abstract concepts,<br />

and establishing hypotheses. The lesson plans in this textbook will train students in dialectical thinking and<br />

give them opportunities to improve their ability to summarize, make inductions, and contrast hypotheses.<br />

The debate topics of each lesson plan emphasize areas that are familiar to the lives and interests of Western<br />

students while still allowing them to engage with differences between Chinese and Western culture. The<br />

lesson plans address a wide range of topics, such as employment, financial management, psychoactive drugs,<br />

and artificial intelligence. Furthermore, every lesson plan includes material to help students practice listening<br />

and contains lesson-specific vocabulary, discussion questions, debate prompts, debate tactics, and grammar<br />

practices. Accompanying e-resources are available at https://advancedchinese.byu.edu/<br />

This book is suitable for students who have acquired high levels of proficiency in Chinese or who have taken<br />

at least three years of college level study of Chinese as their second language. Teachers will also be able to<br />

use the structure of the lesson plans in this textbook to assist them as they design assessments for their<br />

students.<br />

Author(s), Biography<br />

ShuPei Wang 王 淑 蓓 is a Chinese professor at Brigham Young University. She is a recipient of two<br />

university awards. She mentored students who participated in the international Chinese Bridge speech<br />

contest in 2016 and 2019. One student placed in the Top 10 and another student finished in the top three at<br />

the global stage, becoming the North American champion.<br />

Yina Ma Patterson 马 ⼀ 娜 is an adjunct Chinese instructor at Brigham Young University. Her Chinese<br />

teaching experience ranges from beginning to advanced level courses at BYU and at the summer language<br />

program at Indiana University. She worked in the Chinese Flagship Program at Indiana University for 5<br />

years. Her research interests include Chinese linguistics, Chinese pedagogy, and second language studies.<br />

Lin Guo 郭 霖 is an adjunct Chinese instructor at Brigham Young University. He received a master’s degree<br />

in Second Language Teaching with emphasis on Chinese Teaching from Brigham Young University in 2018.<br />

He obtained a JD (Juris Doctor) from Northwest University of Law and Politics in China in 2004.<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Page 48

新 书 快 讯 》<br />

内<br />

<br />

Publisher: Cheng & Tsui, Boston<br />

ISBN: 9781622915842<br />

Publication Date: Print 2021,<br />

enhanced ebook student & teacher<br />

edition <strong>2023</strong><br />

故 事 内 外 <br />

Expressive Chinese<br />

Culture and Communication in a Changing China<br />

<br />

Panpan Gao and Hongyun Sun<br />

<br />

Ideal for intermediate Chinese language learners,<br />

Expressive Chinese is a one-volume course that builds<br />

advanced-level reading and writing proficiency in four<br />

areas: complexity, accuracy, fluency, and felicity. This first<br />

of its kind course book provides eight relatable, studentcentered,<br />

and field-tested lesson topics to equip students<br />

with the essential skills and knowledge they eagerly<br />

seek to confidently communicate their feelings, thoughts,<br />

and opinions on social and cultural topics ranging from the<br />

personal to the global.<br />

<br />

Designed as part of Cheng & Tsui’s articulated<br />

curriculum program, Expressive Chinese is ideal for<br />

learners who have completed Integrated Chinese Volume 4<br />

or the equivalent of two years of college-level study. Upon<br />

completing this course, learners will be prepared to study<br />

Reading Into a New China Volume 1 for further literacy<br />

development.<br />

<br />

布 朗 ⼤ 学 焦 立 为 老 师 为 2022 年 12⽉ 出 版 的 《 中 国 ⼤ 百 科 全 书 · 语<br />

⾔⽂ 字 卷 》 第 三 版 (⽹ 络 版 ) 撰 写 了 三 则 条 ⽬, 分 别 是 “ 赵 元 任 ”<br />

( 与 完 权 合 作 )、“ 刘 复 ” 和 “⻢ 丁 · 裘 斯 ”。 赵 元 任 和 刘 复 是 中 国 实 验<br />

语 ⾳ 学 的 双 璧 , 他 们 不 但 共 同 解 决 了 声 调 到 底 是 什 么 的 千 年 之 疑 ,<br />

⽽ 且 是 国 语 罗 ⻢ 字 的 主 要 制 定 者 。 另 外 , 两 ⼈ 也 都 是 汉 语 语 法 学 的<br />

杰 出 研 究 者 。 赵 元 任 的 《 汉 语 ⼝ 语 语 法 》 是 “ 结 构 主 义 语 ⾔ 学 的 扛 鼎<br />

之 作 ”, 刘 复 是 第 ⼀ 个 使 ⽤ 变 换 分 析 进 ⾏ 语 法 研 究 的 ⼈。⻢ 丁 · 裘 斯 对<br />

实 验 语 ⾳ 学 、 德 语 动 词 研 究 和 美 国 语 ⾔ 学 史 都 有 很 ⼤ 的 贡 献 。 由 于<br />

⻢ 丁 · 裘 斯 的 宣 传 , 使 赵 元 任 的 语 ⾔ 学 研 究 为 世 界 语 ⾔ 学 界 所 崇 拜 。<br />

<strong>CLTA</strong> <strong>Newsletter</strong>, Volume 47, No. 2<br />


《 新 书 快 讯<br />

M<br />

传 承 中 ⽂ Modern Chinese <br />

for Heritage Beginners: Stories about Us<br />

Authors: Yan Liu, Jingjing Ji,<br />

Grace Wu, Min-Min Liang<br />

Publisher: Routledge<br />

ISBN: 9781032399775<br />

Publication Date: April 21,<br />

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

传 承 中 ⽂ Modern Chinese for Heritage Beginners: Stories about<br />

Us by Yan Liu (Duke University), Jingjing Ji (Northwestern<br />

University), Grace Wu (University of Pennsylvania), and Min-<br />

Min Liang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) was published<br />

by Routledge on April 21, <strong>2023</strong>. This theme-based Chinese<br />

textbook is written for high school and college-level Chinese<br />

heritage language learners. It aims to serve as a stepping-stone for<br />

Chinese heritage language learners’ future Chinese learning,<br />

inspiring them to reflect on their identities, learn Chinese<br />

American history, and embrace their cultural heritage. The book<br />

starts with talking about individuals and families and then<br />

expands to the Chinese and Asian American communities in the<br />

U.S. and eventually to the entire American society, all from the<br />

unique perspective of Chinese American students. Taking a macro<br />

approach that builds learners’ literacy skills on their initial<br />

abilities in speaking and listening, each lesson starts with listening<br />

and speaking activities and then moves to reading and writing.<br />

The content complexity and language difficulty are balanced to<br />

present rich content that matches students’ critical thinking<br />

abilities in a language appropriate for their literacy level. Lively<br />

and humorous language makes the book a joy to read. Each lesson<br />

has a conversation and an essay to expose students to informal<br />

and formal registers. Moreover, authentic tasks are designed to<br />

facilitate students’ language output, following the three modes of<br />

communication promoted by the American Council on Teaching<br />

Foreign Languages: interpersonal, interpretive, and<br />

presentational. For more information, please check the<br />

publisher’s website.<br />

<br />

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《 新 书 快 讯<br />

Prof. Zhu’s book<br />

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Middlebury<br />

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JOBS<br />

Jobs<br />


Leadership Alliance, is a top-60 Liberal Arts<br />

College according to U.S. News, and is a<br />

member of Colleges That Change Lives.<br />

Visiting Instructor of Chinese<br />

(Crawfordsville, IN)<br />

Wabash College invites applications for the<br />

position of Visiting Instructor of Chinese for<br />

the academic year beginning August 1, <strong>2023</strong><br />

and ending <strong>May</strong> 15, 2024. The visiting<br />

instructor teaches one or two Chinese<br />

language courses per semester and assists<br />

with planning occasional Asian cultural<br />

events, depending upon an individual’s<br />

qualifications and availability. Minimum<br />

requirements include an advanced degree in<br />

Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language,<br />

Chinese Language and Literature or a related<br />

field, or a certificate from a reputable<br />

program, as well as Chinese language<br />

teaching experience.<br />

In the midst of a strategic transformation to<br />

advance the success of first-generation<br />

students, students of color, and students from<br />

low-income families, Wabash College is<br />

committed to attracting and effectively<br />

supporting faculty from all backgrounds,<br />

including academically and culturally diverse<br />

faculty. More than 25% of our students are<br />

federal Pell Grant recipients, one-third of our<br />

students are first-generation college<br />

students, and about 20% of our students<br />

identify as domestic students of color.<br />

Wabash has been home to the Malcolm X<br />

Institute of Black Studies for more than fifty<br />

years, has an Asian studies minor and<br />

student groups such as the Asian Culture<br />

Club and International Student Association<br />

promote diverse activities. Wabash is a<br />

member of the USC Race and Equity<br />

Center’s Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity<br />

Please submit a cover letter, CV, graduate<br />

transcript, email addresses for three<br />

individuals who will submit letters of<br />

recommendation online, examples of your<br />

Chinese instruction syllabi, and (if possible) a<br />

link to a video of your teaching an<br />

introductory Chinese class at the link<br />

at https://www.wabash.edu/employment no<br />

later than June 5, <strong>2023</strong>. Review will begin<br />

June 5, <strong>2023</strong> and continue until the position<br />

is filled. Questions regarding this position<br />

may be directed to Dr. V. Daniel Rogers,<br />

Chair, Department of Modern Languages and<br />

Literatures, rogersd@wabash.edu.<br />

Application questions may be directed to Ms.<br />

Rachel Barclay, Academic Administrative<br />

Coordinator, barclayr@wabash.edu.<br />

Wabash seeks faculty and staff who are<br />

committed to providing quality engagement<br />

with students, high levels of academic<br />

challenge and support, and meaningful<br />

experiences that prepare students for life and<br />

leadership among diverse populations<br />

around the globe. Wabash is an equal<br />

opportunity employer.<br />

Visiting Instructor of Chinese Language,<br />

Wesleyan University (Wesleyan<br />

University, Middletown, CT)<br />

The College of East Asian Studies at<br />

Wesleyan University invites applications for a<br />

one-year appointment as a full-time Visiting<br />

Instructor of Chinese beginning Fall <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

The visitor will teach a five-course<br />

combination of beginning and advanced<br />

Chinese-language classes.<br />

Applicants must have a MA in Chinese<br />

language/linguistics, education, or other<br />

related fields at the time of appointment, and<br />

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must have native or near-native proficiency in<br />

Chinese and English.<br />

Interested candidates should provide<br />

following:<br />

1) a letter of application explaining<br />

professional qualifications and teaching<br />

philosophy<br />

2) a current CV 3) sample sets of student<br />

evaluations<br />

As part of the teaching statement (or cover<br />

letter), we invite you to describe your cultural<br />

competencies and experiences engaging a<br />

diverse student body. You will also be asked<br />

to provide the email addresses of three<br />

referees from whom we will obtain<br />

confidential letters of recommendation.<br />

Applications should be submitted online<br />

at https://careers.wesleyan.edu/postings/<br />

9757.<br />

Wesleyan University, located in Middletown,<br />

Connecticut, does not discriminate on the<br />

basis of race, color, religious creed, age,<br />

gender, gender identity or expression,<br />

national origin, marital status, ancestry,<br />

present or past history of mental disorder,<br />

learning disability or physical disability,<br />

political belief, veteran status, sexual<br />

orientation, genetic information or nonposition-related<br />

criminal record. We welcome<br />

applications from women and historically<br />

underrepresented minority groups. Inquiries<br />

regarding Title IX, Section 504, or any other<br />

non-discrimination policies should be directed<br />

to: Debbie Colucci, VP for Equity & inclusion,<br />

Title IX and ADA/504 Officer, 860 685-4771,<br />

dcolucci@wesleyan.edu.<br />

Review of applications begins immediately<br />

and will continue until the position is filled.<br />

Any questions regarding the application<br />

process should be addressed to: Wei Gong<br />

(wgong@wesleyan.edu) or Takeshi<br />

Watanabe (twatanabe@wesleyan.edu).<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese<br />

(Clinton, NY)<br />

Description<br />

The Chinese program in the East Asian<br />

Languages and Literatures Department at<br />

Hamilton College invites applications for a<br />

one year visiting position at the rank of<br />

Assistant Professor, beginning July 1, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

We seek candidates to teach upper-level<br />

Chinese courses and non-language courses<br />

in the candidate’s specialty. The teaching<br />

load for this position is five courses a year.<br />

Qualifications<br />

We seek candidates who can demonstrate<br />

their experience in teaching or working with<br />

diverse student populations. Candidates with<br />

ABD will be considered, although candidates<br />

with a Ph. D. are preferred.Your cover letter<br />

should address the ways in which you would<br />

further the College’s goal of building a<br />

diverse and inclusive educational<br />

environment.<br />

Application Instructions<br />

Candidates should submit a cover letter, c.v.,<br />

teaching philosophy, a teaching demo video,<br />

and three recommendations via interfolio<br />

at http://apply.interfolio.com/118715. A<br />

sample course syllabus, lesson plan, or other<br />

related teaching materials can be submitted<br />

in lieu of a teaching demo video, if the latter<br />

is not available. Questions regarding the<br />

search may be directed to Masaaki Kamiya,<br />

Search Committee Chair, at<br />

mkamiya@hamilton.edu. Review of<br />

applications will begin immediately, with all<br />

applications received by <strong>May</strong> 15th, <strong>2023</strong><br />

being guaranteed full consideration.<br />

Applications will be accepted until the<br />

position is filled.<br />

Chinese Teacher (Brooklyn, New York)<br />



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Saint Ann’s School (PreK-12,<br />

www.saintannsny.org) a non-religious<br />

independent school in Brooklyn, NY is hiring<br />

a full-time Chinese teacher. We seek<br />

someone who is both a passionate teacher<br />

and learned scholar, someone thrilled to<br />

share that passion with students ranging from<br />

grades 7-12, and aims to teach in a flexible,<br />

creative environment. Teachers at Saint<br />

Ann’s enjoy a great deal of freedom in the<br />

classroom and are encouraged to introduce<br />

their own scholarly interests to their students<br />

within the parameters of the curriculum.<br />

Saint Ann’s teachers are committed to<br />

working with students from various<br />

backgrounds. Applicants must be committed<br />

to meeting students’ individual needs, and<br />

also invested in advancing the school’s DEI<br />

work, which includes continuous scrutiny of<br />

texts, program design, and pedagogical<br />

practices, adapting to what the students<br />

present in a given moment and over time.<br />

We do not give grades. Instead, twice a year<br />

teachers write full-page reports on each<br />

student’s progress. This is a big task and not<br />

for a reluctant writer, but teachers who invest<br />

in our written reports find such descriptions<br />

more fruitful and productive than grades. An<br />

equitable and individualized approach to<br />

evaluating students is expected.<br />

Extensive knowledge in Chinese language,<br />

literature, and culture is required, though<br />

significant self-study is taken as seriously as<br />

advanced degrees. Some experience<br />

working with children is helpful, though<br />

teaching experience is not a requirement.<br />


Saint Ann’s is among the largest and most<br />

selective independent schools in New York<br />

City, known for the breadth and depth of its<br />

curriculum in academic disciplines and the<br />

visual and performing arts. Since its founding<br />

in 1965, Saint Ann’s has embraced a<br />

commitment to education for its own sake,<br />

oriented to the capacities of each individual<br />

student, free of the encumbrances of formal<br />

grading, prizes, and rankings. The lives of our<br />

graduates speak powerfully to the potential of<br />

an education based on these principles to<br />

ignite a love of learning and sustain creative<br />

energy in every field of endeavor. We<br />

accomplish this by bringing together talented<br />

teachers with creative and motivated<br />

students. Seeking to create a community<br />

rooted in trust and equity, we invite each<br />

other to take risks, pursue knowledge, and<br />

celebrate growth. Saint Ann’s is committed to<br />

centering anti-racism in the life of the school.<br />


● Design and teach Chinese language<br />

classes, to middle school and high school<br />

students in grades 7-12.<br />

● Building on existing curricula, prepare and<br />

implement effective and inspiring courses to<br />

develop each student’s critical thinking skills.<br />

● Collaborate with other teachers in the<br />

department to design curriculum, share<br />

resources, and evaluate the effectiveness of<br />

approaches.<br />

● Communicate regularly and effectively with<br />

Division Heads and Grade Deans about<br />

student progress.<br />

● Communicate professionally and<br />

compassionately with students, colleagues,<br />

and administrators.<br />

● Participate in parent conferences and<br />

attend school events.<br />

● Meet regularly with the Department Chair<br />

and participate in program and department<br />

meetings.<br />

● Participate in grade-level and school-wide<br />

meetings as needed.<br />

● Write comprehensive narrative reports for<br />

each student twice a year.<br />



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● Native or near native fluency in Mandarin<br />

● Bachelor’s degree<br />

● Experience working with children<br />

● A passion for teaching the Chinese<br />

language, and for studying the histories and<br />

cultures of Chinese-speaking peoples<br />

● Creativity and flexibility in conveying<br />

complex ideas to students of all levels<br />

● Strong written and oral communication<br />

skills<br />

● Strong planning and organizational skills<br />

● Ability to thrive with a great deal of<br />

independence and autonomy<br />

● Ability to work in the United States without<br />

sponsorship<br />


This is a full-time faculty position with a base<br />

salary range of $60,000-$100,000,<br />

commensurate with education and<br />

experience.<br />

TO APPLY<br />

Interested applicants should send a cover<br />

letter that speaks directly to the school’s<br />

mission (you can learn more about us<br />

at https://saintannsny.org/) and a resume to<br />

chineseposition@saintannsny.org. Please<br />

indicate how you heard about the position.<br />

Candidates who identify as members of<br />

historically underrepresented groups are<br />

strongly encouraged to apply. Applications<br />

will be considered as they come in with a<br />

final deadline of April 15, <strong>2023</strong>. Anticipated<br />

start date of mid-August, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />


POLICY<br />

Saint Ann’s School admits students of any<br />

race, color, religion, creed, gender, disability,<br />

national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation or<br />

any other category protected by applicable<br />

federal, state or local law, to all the rights<br />

privileges, programs, and activities generally<br />

accorded or made available to students at<br />

the School. The School does not discriminate<br />

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

gender (which includes a person’s actual or<br />

perceived sex, as well as gender identity and<br />

expression), age, marital status, disability,<br />

national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation,<br />

familial status, predisposing genetic<br />

characteristics, actual or perceived domestic<br />

violence victim status, unemployment status,<br />

caregiver status or any other category<br />

protected by applicable federal, state or local<br />

law, in carrying on its educational activities or<br />

in administration of its educational policies,<br />

admissions policies, employment policies,<br />

financial aid programs, and athletic and other<br />

school administered programs.<br />

Instructor of Chinese – Durham NC<br />

Campus (Durham, NC)<br />

Join Team NCSSM!<br />

The North Carolina School of Science and<br />

Mathematics (NCSSM) invites applications<br />

for a .75-time Instructor of Chinese at its<br />

campus in Durham, North Carolina. The<br />

position is a 10-month, permanent-track<br />

appointment with full benefits through the<br />

State of North Carolina.<br />

The expected teaching assignment is two to<br />

three course sections per semester.<br />

Successful candidates will be able to teach a<br />

range of courses in Mandarin Chinese, from<br />

introductory through advanced levels of the<br />

language, using the communicative<br />

approach, and will be able to develop multilevel,<br />

proficiency-based curricula that provide<br />

entry points for students of various<br />

proficiencies, including heritage speakers.<br />

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<br />

but also American Studies (the core<br />

humanities experience for all NCSSM juniors)<br />

and a wide variety of senior interdisciplinary<br />

humanities courses. Offerings in our Fine Arts<br />

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program include studio and performance<br />

courses in the visual arts, music, and drama.<br />

Our program also includes student- and<br />

faculty-led seminars and independent<br />

studies.<br />

Humanities faculty are responsible for<br />

developing and teaching innovative and<br />

engaging humanities curricula, with a focus<br />

on 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<br />

ideas, goals, pedagogical methods, and<br />

authentic assessments in NCSSM’s teaching<br />

and learning environment.<br />

Please visit https://www.ncssm.edu/hr/<br />

careers/durham for more information.<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese<br />

Language and Culture (Indiana University-<br />

Bloomington) (Bloomington, Indiana)<br />

The Department of East Asian Languages<br />

and Cultures (EALC) at Indiana University<br />

Bloomington invites applications for a fulltime,<br />

non-tenure-track Visiting Assistant<br />

Professor for the <strong>2023</strong>-2024 academic year,<br />

starting August 1, <strong>2023</strong>, to teach four courses<br />

(2 courses each semester), such as<br />

beginning and intermediate level Chinese<br />

and advanced level content-based Chinese.<br />

The Department of East Asian Languages<br />

and Cultures is committed to hiring<br />

candidates who can contribute to the<br />

diversity and excellence of the academic<br />

community through research, teaching, and<br />

service.<br />

The position will begin August 1, <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

Required qualifications include a Ph.D. in<br />

hand or ABD near completion in Chinese<br />

literature, language pedagogy, linguistics, or<br />

related fields. The candidate should have<br />

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

Chinese and English with prior experience<br />

and demonstrated success in teaching<br />

Chinese at the college level in the United<br />

States. Candidates who have familiarity with<br />

assessment and ACTFL Proficiency<br />

Guidelines and training in Chinese pedagogy<br />

are preferred.<br />

Candidates are requested to submit the<br />

following: Curriculum Vitae, sample syllabi for<br />

any two Chinese language courses, URL to a<br />

video of a teaching demonstration, diversity<br />

statement, and contact information for three<br />

(3) references to provide letters of<br />

recommendation.<br />

Review of applications will begin immediately,<br />

with all applications received by April 15th,<br />

<strong>2023</strong> being guaranteed full consideration.<br />

Applications will be accepted until the<br />

position is filled. Candidates are requested to<br />

submit the following: Curriculum Vitae,<br />

sample syllabi for the two courses mentioned<br />

above, diversity statement and contact<br />

information for three (3) references to provide<br />

letters of recommendation.<br />

Interested candidates should review the<br />

application requirements and submit their<br />

application at (https://<br />

indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/17343).<br />

Instructor of Chinese (Appleton, WI)<br />

Lawrence University of Wisconsin, a<br />

selective undergraduate liberal arts college<br />

and conservatory of music located in<br />

Appleton, Wisconsin, invites applications for<br />

the position of Instructor of Chinese to begin<br />

September 1, <strong>2023</strong>. This is a one-year<br />

position with the possibility of renewal.<br />

We are seeking an individual who is a<br />

dedicated teacher passionate about working<br />

with undergraduate students from diverse<br />

backgrounds in a liberal-arts setting.<br />

Candidates must have a Master’s degree; the<br />

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area of specialization is open, with a<br />

preference for Linguistics. The appointment is<br />

for four or five courses over three trimesters:<br />

four Chinese-language courses including a<br />

three-course sequence at the beginning level<br />

and one advanced, third-year level course. A<br />

possible fifth course in the Introduction to<br />

Linguistics in English would be desirable.<br />

In letters of application, candidates should<br />

discuss their experience and demonstrated<br />

excellence in teaching Chinese at a US<br />

college setting. The search committee will<br />

start reviewing all application materials on<br />

March 15, <strong>2023</strong> until the position is filled.<br />

Candidates are encouraged to read about<br />

Lawrence and its surrounding community at<br />

Colleges That Change Lives, https://<br />

lawrence.peopleadmin.com, and<br />

www.lawrence.edu. Candidates will need to<br />

submit a letter of application, curriculum<br />

vitae, transcripts (copies are acceptable), and<br />

provide email addresses for three references,<br />

please apply at https://<br />

lawrence.peopleadmin.com/postings/1296.<br />

Questions about this search should be<br />

directed to the search chair, Professor Kuoming<br />

Sung, at sungk@lawrence.edu or<br />

920-832-6709.<br />

Lawrence is committed to enhancing the<br />

diversity of its faculty and staff. We<br />

encourage applications from individuals who<br />

will help us create a more inclusive Lawrence<br />

by: (1) further diversifying the faculty and/or<br />

(2) demonstrating experience with successful<br />

diversity-related initiatives, creative activity, or<br />

research; and (3) showing interest in<br />

developing inclusive pedagogy to address<br />

the needs of a diverse student body.<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor / Instructor of<br />

Chinese (Galesburg, Illinois)<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor / Instructor of<br />

Chinese<br />

Knox College invites applications for a fulltime<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor / Instructor<br />

of Chinese Language for the <strong>2023</strong>-2024<br />

academic year, starting on September 1,<br />

<strong>2023</strong>. This position is a one-year appointment<br />

with the possibility of renewal. We invite<br />

applications from Chinese language<br />

specialists with a commitment to<br />

undergraduate education. We will also<br />

consider candidates with a specialty in a<br />

China-related field, who have language<br />

teaching experience and native or nearnative<br />

proficiency in Mandarin and English.<br />

The successful candidate will have a strong<br />

interest and experience in teaching language<br />

in a proficiency-oriented and inclusive<br />

program. Teaching responsibilities will be at<br />

the beginning and intermediate levels of<br />

Mandarin Chinese. Background in Chinese<br />

language acquisition or pedagogy preferred,<br />

but the College Preference will be given to<br />

candidates with experience teaching Chinese<br />

at the college level. The normal teaching load<br />

is two courses per ten-week trimester (Fall,<br />

Winter, Spring), as well as contributing to<br />

support for advanced students in Chinese<br />

and related academic programs.<br />

Knox is a diverse college with over 35% of<br />

the student body identifying as American<br />

students of color and more than 15%<br />

international students. Chinese faculty work<br />

hard to enroll a diverse group of students at<br />

all levels of instruction and successful<br />

candidates should be prepared to work to<br />

make Chinese courses appealing and<br />

welcoming to all of Knox’s students.<br />

Experience working with diverse populations<br />

of students and a commitment to teach<br />

successfully in a multicultural environment<br />

are expected.<br />

Visiting faculty members at Knox are included<br />

in the professional and intellectual life of the<br />

College. The visiting faculty member will have<br />

a modest annual conference travel budget<br />

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and access to research resources. Pay is<br />

commensurate with entry-level faculty<br />

positions at the College.<br />

Minimum Qualifications<br />

• M.A. in Chinese language acquisition/<br />

pedagogy or China-related field.<br />

• Experience teaching language at the<br />

college level.<br />

• Native or near-native proficiency in<br />

Mandarin Chinese and English.<br />

Application Instructions<br />

Candidates should submit:<br />

• Cover letter addressing the candidate’s<br />

preparation and qualification for teaching<br />

in a liberal arts college setting<br />

• Curriculum vitae<br />

• Unofficial graduate transcript<br />

• Three confidential letters of<br />

recommendation<br />

• Teaching evaluations<br />

• Video teaching demonstration (preferred,<br />

not required)<br />

Submission via Interfolio: http://<br />

apply.interfolio.com/121531<br />

Review of applications will begin in late<br />

March and continue until the position is filled.<br />

Please direct any questions<br />

to chinasearch@knox.edu.<br />

Knox Notice of Non-Discrimination<br />

In keeping with its commitment to equal<br />

rights since its founding in 1837, Knox<br />

College particularly welcomes applications<br />

from members of underrepresented groups.<br />

Knox College does not discriminate on the<br />

basis of sex, pregnancy, gender identity or<br />

expression, race, color, creed, national or<br />

ethnic origin, religion or religious affiliation,<br />

sexual orientation or preference, age, marital<br />

or family status, disability, veteran status, or<br />

other status protected by applicable federal,<br />

state, or local law in admission, financial aid,<br />

employment, athletics, or any other aspect of<br />

its educational programs or activities. In<br />

addition, Knox College is prohibited by Title<br />

IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and<br />

its accompanying regulations from<br />

discriminating on the basis of sex.<br />

Adjunct Instructor or Adjunct Assistant<br />

Professor of Chinese (Poughkeepsie, NY)<br />

Vassar College<br />

Adjunct Instructor or Adjunct Assistant<br />

Professor of Chinese<br />

Department: Chinese & Japanese<br />

Department<br />

Posting Removal Date:<br />

Posting Number: F072P<br />

For full consideration applicants should apply<br />

by: 04/15/<strong>2023</strong><br />

About Vassar College<br />

Vassar is a highly selective, coeducational<br />

liberal arts college of about 2400<br />

undergraduate students, located in the<br />

Hudson Valley, seventy-five miles north of<br />

New York City. Vassar stands upon the<br />

homelands of the Munsee Lenape. The<br />

College is located in Poughkeepsie, home to<br />

a culturally diverse community, and benefits<br />

from convenient commuter rail access to<br />

New York City. Vassar faculty are committed<br />

teachers/scholars who bring research and<br />

creative discovery to life for students in<br />

classrooms, labs, and studios and in<br />

individually-mentored projects. They teach<br />

broadly in the curricula of their departments,<br />

advise students, and serve on college-wide<br />

and departmental committees. The College<br />

maintains a generous leave policy, provides<br />

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strong support for research, and encourages<br />

multidisciplinary approaches to teaching.<br />

Position Introduction<br />

The Department of Chinese and Japanese at<br />

Vassar College invites applications for an<br />

Adjunct Instructor or Adjunct Assistant<br />

Professor position in Chinese beginning<br />

August <strong>2023</strong>.<br />

AA Statement<br />

Vassar College is deeply committed to<br />

increasing the diversity of the campus<br />

community and the curriculum, and to<br />

promoting an environment of equality,<br />

inclusion, and respect for difference.<br />

Candidates who can contribute to this goal<br />

through their teaching, research, advising,<br />

and other activities are encouraged to identify<br />

their strengths and experiences in this area.<br />

The College is an Equal Opportunity and<br />

Affirmative Action employer, and especially<br />

welcomes applications from veterans,<br />

women, individuals with disabilities, and<br />

members of racial, ethnic, and other groups<br />

whose underrepresentation in the American<br />

professoriate has been severe and<br />

longstanding.<br />

Position Description<br />

This position is a part-time, benefits eligible,<br />

two semester position with the teaching load<br />

of three Chinese language courses at the<br />

intermediate level, two in the fall <strong>2023</strong><br />

semester and one in the spring of 2024.<br />

Masters degree or above is required by the<br />

start of the position.<br />

How to Apply<br />

Candidates should submit:-Letter of<br />

application-CV-Two letters of<br />

recommendation-A brief personal statement<br />

Applications should be addressed to<br />

Haoming Liu, Chair, Department of Chinese<br />

and Japanese and submitted online at https://<br />

employment.vassar.edu/postings/3091.<br />

Address any questions to Haoming Liu, via<br />

email (chineseandjapanese@vassar.edu).<br />

Review of applicant materials will begin on<br />

April 15, <strong>2023</strong>. There is no guarantee that<br />

applications received after this date will be<br />

reviewed.<br />

Special Instructions to Applicants<br />

To Apply<br />

All applicants must apply online at: https://<br />

apptrkr.com/3972682.<br />

Lecturer (Denton, TX)<br />

The Department of World Languages,<br />

Literatures, and Cultures at the University of<br />

North Texas is seeking a full-time Lecturer in<br />

Chinese to begin September 1, <strong>2023</strong><br />

(classes begin 08/21/<strong>2023</strong>). The position of<br />

Lecturer comes with full benefits. Duties<br />

including teaching four undergraduate<br />

courses (all levels from beginning through<br />

advanced) in Chinese language, literature<br />

and/or culture per semester. Active<br />

participation in Department activities and<br />

committees is expected.<br />

Minimum Qualifications<br />

• MA in Chinese language, literature, or<br />

culture, or related field required.<br />

• Native or near-native proficiency in<br />

Chinese and English.<br />

• US college/university level teaching<br />

experience in Chinese language<br />

Preferred Qualifications<br />

• Evidence of excellence in teaching.<br />

• Experience successfully teaching<br />

advanced level Chinese language,<br />

literature and/or culture courses to<br />

native English speakers at the postsecondary<br />

level.<br />

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• Experience with program coordination/<br />

supervision.<br />

• Evidence of service commitment to<br />

department and program.<br />

• Experience facilitating student<br />

activities such as Chinese<br />

conversation table, Chinese culture<br />

club, or Chinese film series.<br />

The University of North Texas is an Equal<br />

Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants<br />

will receive consideration for employment<br />

without regard to race, color, religion, sex,<br />

sexual orientation, gender identity, national<br />

origin, or protected veteran status and will not<br />

be discriminated against on the basis of<br />

disability.<br />

The University of North Texas is an Equal<br />

Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled<br />

Link to job application:<br />

https://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/69358<br />

Academic Specialist, Pedagogy, IU<br />

Chinese Language Flagship Center<br />

(Indiana University Bloomington, IN)<br />

The Chinese Flagship Center at Indiana<br />

University Bloomington is seeking a full-time<br />

Pedagogy Specialist. This position has a<br />

flexible starting date, with the expectation<br />

that a selected finalist will begin in this role<br />

no later than August 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The Chinese<br />

Flagship Program provides undergraduate<br />

students from any school or major at IU the<br />

opportunity to attain professional-level<br />

language proficiency in Mandarin through<br />

classroom learning, co-curricular activities,<br />

and overseas study and internship including<br />

an entire “Capstone” year in China. The<br />

Pedagogy Specialist fulfills a critical role to<br />

the program’s success by providing<br />

pedagogical expertise and assisting the<br />

Director with the program’s academic<br />

activities. The position also provides limited<br />

administrative support.<br />

The position teaches at least one (1) course<br />

per year offered by the Department of East<br />

Asian Languages and Cultures. Provides<br />

collaborative leadership in developing and<br />

implementing the center’s academic activities<br />

including curricular, co-curricular, and overall<br />

program design; instructor recruitment and<br />

training; and student application reviews.<br />

Provides limited administrative support in<br />

areas including grant writing, program<br />

articulation with administrative structures,<br />

program promotion and recruitment, and<br />

center staff supervision.<br />

The Chinese Flagship Center at Indiana<br />

University Bloomington is seeking a full-time<br />

Pedagogy Specialist. This position has a<br />

flexible starting date, with the expectation<br />

that a selected finalist will begin in this role<br />

no later than August 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The Chinese<br />

Flagship Program provides undergraduate<br />

students from any school or major at IU the<br />

opportunity to attain professional-level<br />

language proficiency in Mandarin through<br />

classroom learning, co-curricular activities,<br />

and overseas study and internship including<br />

an entire “Capstone” year in China. The<br />

Pedagogy Specialist fulfills a critical role to<br />

the program’s success by providing<br />

pedagogical expertise and assisting the<br />

Director with the program’s academic<br />

activities. The position also provides limited<br />

administrative support.<br />

The position teaches at least one (1) course<br />

per year offered by the Department of East<br />

Asian Languages and Cultures. Provides<br />

collaborative leadership in developing and<br />

implementing the center’s academic activities<br />

including curricular, co-curricular, and overall<br />

program design; instructor recruitment and<br />

training; and student application reviews.<br />

Provides limited administrative support in<br />

areas including grant writing, program<br />

articulation with administrative structures,<br />

program promotion and recruitment, and<br />

center staff supervision.<br />

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Questions regarding the position or<br />

application process can be directed to the<br />

Chinese Flagship Director, Professor Yea-<br />

Fen Chen at yeafen@indiana.edu<br />

PhD preferred in Chinese, linguistics,<br />

language pedagogy, or related fields.<br />

Familiarity with assessment and ACTFL<br />

Proficiency Guidelines; training and teaching<br />

experience in Chinese pedagogy; previous<br />

administrative experience is desirable.<br />

Curriculum vitae, teaching portfolio (such as<br />

course descriptions, syllabi, teaching<br />

evaluations, and/or video clips of classroom<br />

teaching), three letters of reference, and a<br />

diversity statement are required components<br />

of application materials portfolio.<br />

Expected Start Date: 08/01/<strong>2023</strong><br />

Instructor of Chinese (Moscow, ID)<br />

University of Idaho<br />

Instructor of Chinese<br />

Location: Moscow<br />

Division/College: College of Letters, Arts &<br />

Social Sciences<br />

Employee Category: Faculty<br />

Pay Range: $48,788 – $51,469,<br />

commensurate with experience<br />

FTE:<br />

Full/Part Time: Full Time<br />

Position Summary:<br />

The University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho,<br />

invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure<br />

track Instructor of Mandarin Chinese in the<br />

Idaho Asia Institute. The unit seeks a<br />

dynamic and collaborative faculty member<br />

who is academically prepared and<br />

professionally qualified to teach a full load,<br />

typically four courses per semester, plus who<br />

has experience with and is enthusiastic about<br />

expanding a Chinese program both on the<br />

main campus and around the state with Dual<br />

Credit. The role of the Dual Credit Liaison<br />

consists of supporting the School of Global<br />

Studies and the Dual Credit Program in the<br />

facilitation of courses in which students can<br />

earn college credit for Chinese language in<br />

high school.<br />

The position is renewable, subject to<br />

availability of funds and demonstration of<br />

continued excellence in teaching and service.<br />

Minimum Qualifications:<br />

• M.A. in Foreign Language Pedagogy,<br />

Chinese, Second-Language Acquisition and/<br />

or Applied Linguistics;<br />

• Native/near native fluency in English and<br />

Chinese;<br />

• Experience teaching Chinese at the postsecondary<br />

level;<br />

• Demonstrated ability to utilize technology in<br />

communications, assessment, teaching, and<br />

learning.<br />

Preferred Qualifications:<br />

• Ph.D. in Foreign Language Pedagogy,<br />

Chinese, Second-Language Acquisition and/<br />

or Applied Linguistics;<br />

• Experience working with Dual Credit and/or<br />

with teaching at the secondary level;<br />

• Experience building and/or growing a<br />

Chinese language program;<br />

• Background of travel, work, study and/or<br />

residence in a Chinese-speaking region.<br />

Physical Requirements & Working<br />

Conditions:<br />

Required Licensures, Certifications or other<br />

Posting Number: F001109P<br />

Posting Date: 02/21/<strong>2023</strong><br />

Closing Date:<br />

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Open Until Filled: Yes<br />

Special Instructions:<br />

This position is open until filled, however,<br />

applications received on or before March 19,<br />

<strong>2023</strong> will receive first consideration. Posting<br />

will remain open until a suitable pool of<br />

candidates is identified.<br />

Applicants:<br />

As part of the application, you are required to<br />

provide a current CV, cover letter addressing<br />

required and preferred qualifications, and<br />

three references and their contact<br />

information.<br />

Background Check: Applicants who are<br />

selected as final possible candidates must be<br />

able to pass a criminal background check.<br />

To apply, please visit: https://apptrkr.com/<br />

3939054<br />

EEO Statement<br />

University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/<br />

Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability<br />

Employer.<br />

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rights reserved.<br />

Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese<br />

(Bethlehem, PA)<br />

The Department of Modern Languages and<br />

Literatures at Lehigh University invites<br />

applications for a one-year position at the<br />

rank of Visiting Assistant Professor for the<br />

academic year <strong>2023</strong>-2024. We seek<br />

candidates to teach 12 credits each semester<br />

in modern Chinese language across all<br />

levels, including an upper-level course in the<br />

candidate’s field of specialization.<br />

Qualifications<br />

Candidates who are ABD will be considered,<br />

though a PhD in Chinese Studies or a related<br />

field should be in hand by the beginning of<br />

the fall semester. Applicants must have<br />

native or near-native fluency in Chinese and<br />

English. Those with college teaching<br />

experience are preferred.<br />

Application instructions<br />

Candidates should submit a cover letter, CV,<br />

a statement of teaching philosophy, and a<br />

graduate transcript to Thomas Chen at<br />

thc316@lehigh.edu. For full consideration,<br />

applications should be received by March 31,<br />

<strong>2023</strong>. Review of applications will continue<br />

until the position is filled.<br />

Lehigh University is an affirmative action/<br />

equal opportunity employer and does not<br />

discriminate on the basis of age, color,<br />

disability, gender identity or expression,<br />

genetic information, marital or familial status,<br />

national or ethnic origin, race, religion, sex,<br />

sexual orientation, or veteran status. We are<br />

committed to increasing the diversity of the<br />

campus community. Lehigh University is<br />

committed to a culturally and intellectually<br />

diverse academic community and is<br />

especially interested in candidates who can<br />

contribute, through their research, teaching<br />

and/or service, to this mission. Lehigh<br />

University is the recipient of an NSF<br />

ADVANCE Institutional Transformation award<br />

for promoting the careers of women in<br />

academic sciences and engineering (http://<br />

www.lehigh.edu/luadvance/) and is among<br />

institutions of higher education recognized for<br />

excellence in diversity with the INSIGHT into<br />

Diversity HEED Award. Additional information<br />

about Lehigh’s commitment to diversity and<br />

inclusion is available at https://<br />

diversityandinclusion.lehigh.edu/<br />

Teaching Fellow position in Chinese,<br />

(Clinton, NY)<br />

The East Asian Languages and Literatures<br />

Department at Hamilton College invites<br />

applications<br />

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for one year Teaching Fellow position in<br />

Chinese, beginning on August 1, <strong>2023</strong>. The<br />

position<br />

can be renewed for one additional year,<br />

contingent on funding renewal and<br />

performance<br />

review. A B.A. or M.A. in Chinese language<br />

pedagogy or related areas and experience<br />

teaching<br />

Chinese as a second language are required.<br />

The teaching fellow will assist full-time faculty<br />

members in teaching Chinese language<br />

courses. Primary work responsibilities will<br />

include<br />

individual sessions and grading. The<br />

teaching fellow will receive a monthly stipend,<br />

room,<br />

board, health insurance, round-trip<br />

transportation to and from Hamilton College,<br />

and tuition<br />

benefits. To apply, submit a letter of<br />

application, C.V., transcript, and arrange for<br />

submission of<br />

two confidential letters of recommendation<br />

via Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/<br />

121684. Please also upload a teaching<br />

demonstration video to any video sharing<br />

website and indicate the download/view link<br />

in the letter of application. Questions may be<br />

addressed to Professor Masaaki Kamiya<br />

(mkamiya@hamilton.edu). Review of<br />

applications will begin on March 20, <strong>2023</strong><br />

and continue<br />

until the position is filled. Candidates with<br />

complete application materials will be<br />

considered<br />

first.<br />

Hamilton (www.hamilton.edu) is a residential<br />

liberal arts college located in upstate New<br />

York.<br />

Applicants with dual-career considerations<br />

can find other Hamilton and nearby academic<br />

job<br />

listings at www.upstatenyherc.org, as well as<br />

additional information at<br />

https://www.hamilton.edu/dof/faculty-<br />

development/resources-for-prospective-or-<br />

new-<br />

faculty/opportunities-for-spouses-or-partners<br />

(Opportunities for Spouses or Partners).<br />

Hamilton<br />

College is an affirmative action, equal<br />

opportunity employer and is committed to<br />

diversity in all<br />

areas of the campus community. Hamilton<br />

provides domestic partner benefits.<br />

Candidates from<br />

underrepresented groups in higher education<br />

are especially encouraged to apply.<br />

Language Lecturer in Chinese (Suzhou,<br />

Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University)<br />

(Suzhou, Jiangsu, China)<br />

INSTITUTION: Xi’an Jiaotong- Liverpool<br />

University<br />

SCHOOL: School of Languages<br />

DEPARTMENT: Chinese Division of Modern<br />

Languages Centre<br />

ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE: Chinese Language<br />

Teaching<br />

POSITION TITLE: Faculty in Chinese<br />

LOCATION: Suzhou, Jiangsu, China<br />


until filled<br />

JOB ID:3163<br />

CONTRACT TYPE: Fixed-Term, renewable.<br />

3rd contract is open-ended<br />

About XJTLU<br />

Located in Suzhou, China, Xi’an Jiaotong-<br />

Liverpool University (XJTLU) is a young,<br />

dynamic and EMI university founded in 2006,<br />

and is a unique collaborative institution and<br />

first joint-venture university in China to offer<br />

both UK (University of Liverpool) and<br />

Chinese (Ministry of Education) accredited<br />

undergraduate degrees for more than 100<br />

programmes. XJTLU also aims to become<br />

truly research-led and has committed<br />

significant investment into research<br />

development and the expansion of master’s<br />

and PhD student numbers on campus. The<br />

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university has over 18,000 students and<br />

nearly 1000 academic staff representing in<br />

excess of 90 nationalities. For detailed<br />

information about the university, please<br />

visit www.xjtlu.edu.cn.<br />


The School of Languages is a growing,<br />

dynamic and international centre, currently<br />

with over 200 full-time teaching staff from<br />

twelve different countries. We are involved in<br />

the teaching of English for Academic<br />

Purposes (EAP), and Modern Languages<br />

(currently Chinese, Spanish, and Japanese).<br />

Both the centre and the wider university have<br />

a strong commitment to the professional<br />

development of School of Languages<br />

teaching staff. At the university level, new<br />

staff are enrolled free-of-charge on a<br />

University of Liverpool postgraduate<br />

certificate programme, completion of which<br />

leads to fellowship of the UK Higher<br />

Education Academy (HEA). The School of<br />

Languages also holds regular professional<br />

development events and training days. While<br />

the School of Languages is a teaching<br />

centre, with no specific research remit, some<br />

funding is available for staff to present at<br />

conferences that are relevant to the work of<br />

the centre, provided that this does not<br />

interfere with teaching duties.<br />


Applications are invited for Chinese language<br />

teaching positions in the School of<br />

Languages at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool<br />

University (XJTLU). Candidates are sought<br />

as soon thereafter as possible. Interviews will<br />

be conducted on an ongoing basis.<br />

There will be opportunities for Chinese<br />

language lecturer to be involved in a range of<br />

different types of delivery, such as:<br />

• Credit-bearing Chinese content modules<br />

for degree students majoring in China<br />

Studies and Teaching Chinese as an<br />

International Language., i.e. Modern<br />

Chinese, Teaching Chinese as an<br />

International Language.<br />

• Credit-bearing Chinese language modules<br />

from beginners to CEFR B2+ level, and<br />

Chinese language modules for Specific<br />

Purposes, i.e. Business Chinese.<br />

• Non-credit bearing Chinese courses, i.e.<br />

Practical Chinese Courses, staff Chinese,<br />

summer school.<br />

• Engaging with Continuing Support Chinese<br />

language and cultural activities.<br />

There will also be the opportunity for a<br />

member of the Chinese teaching team to<br />

take on a managerial role with responsibility<br />

for the coordination and leadership of the<br />

Chinese teaching programmes. Additionally,<br />

there are opportunities for all staff to develop<br />

their careers by taking on wider managerial<br />

and administrative roles, as well as by<br />

contributing to both School of Language and<br />

university-level committees. All managerial,<br />

administrative and committee roles are<br />

appointed to on a fixed-term basis, thus<br />

providing all staff members with a range of<br />

options to take on responsibilities in areas<br />

that interest them.<br />

Qualifications/Experiences<br />

Successful applicants should be educated to<br />

Master’s degree level in a relevant area (e.g.<br />

Teaching Chinese as an International<br />

Language), and should have at least two<br />

years of post-master’s relevant teaching<br />

experience, preferably at university level.<br />

Additionally, applicants should have a good<br />

standard of written and spoken English, as<br />

this is the working language of the university.<br />

Familiarity with more than one language<br />

proficiency standard such as CEFR/HSK/<br />

ACTFL is a plus.<br />

We are particularly interested in receiving<br />

applications from candidates who can<br />

demonstrate a dynamic, current and<br />

innovative engagement in one or more of the<br />

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following areas: technology enhanced<br />

language learning and assessment design;<br />

content (CLIL) and language integrated<br />

learning; Chinese for specific purposes<br />

(Business, Academic, etc.); communicative<br />

and task-based methodologies and projectbased<br />

language learning.<br />


Employment at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool<br />

University is regulated by Chinese Labour<br />

Laws, and must comply with the regulations<br />

of the provincial government. These<br />

regulations stipulate who is eligible for legal<br />

employment with regard to obtaining work<br />

permits and visas. Please be advised<br />

candidates over 60 may be not eligible for a<br />

work visa in the P.R. China.<br />


1. Clear career development path with annual<br />

review.<br />

2. Professional development trainings are<br />

provided.<br />


SALARY: Competitive salary in the market<br />


1.Allowance: XJTLU provide various month/<br />

annual/one-off allowances as<br />

- Housing allowance<br />

- Travel allowance<br />

- Kids’ education allowance<br />

- Relocation allowance<br />

- Etc.<br />

<br />

2.Commercial insurance: international<br />

insurance plans customized for XJTLU staff<br />

and family members. (details refer to the<br />

University Policy)<br />

3.Paid holidays:<br />

- Statutory Holidays (11 days)<br />

- Annual Leave (36 days)<br />

- Family Matters Leave<br />

- Paid Sick Leave<br />

- Marriage Leave<br />

- Paternity Leave<br />

- Parental Leave<br />

- Etc.<br />

4. Working visa and residence permit in<br />

China:<br />

XJTLU sponsors working visa and<br />

residence permit in China for the staff.<br />


Please submit your application on our<br />

university website: https://career15.sapsf.cn/<br />

career?<br />

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avBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%<br />

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bAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=<br />

&browserTimeZone=Asia/<br />

Shanghai&_s.crb=m5mnrz3L6WtfI81DiWddH<br />

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Applications must be submitted in a single<br />

pdf file that includes 3 parts in the order of:<br />

• A cover letter<br />

• A current CV, including date of birth, country<br />

of citizenship, and highest degree level<br />

• Three References<br />

Please note that no CV sent by email will be<br />

taken into consideration.<br />

For specific enquiries relating to the position,<br />

please email Head of Chinese Division at<br />

Sijia.zhou@xjtlu.edu.cn. Please quote the<br />

position and job ID in your enquiry. For<br />

specific enquiries relating to online<br />

application, please email HRBP at<br />

xue.wang@xjtlu.edu.cn.<br />

Chinese Language Fellow (Poughkeepsie,<br />

NY)<br />

Vassar College<br />

Chinese Language Fellow<br />

Department: Chinese & Japanese<br />

Department<br />

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Duration of Position: Other<br />

Employee Type: Administrator<br />

Posting Date: 01/27/<strong>2023</strong><br />

Union Representation: Not Applicable<br />

Posting Number: AS327P<br />

About Vassar College<br />

Located in the scenic Mid-Hudson Valley,<br />

Vassar College is a highly selective,<br />

residential, coeducational liberal arts college.<br />

Vassar stands upon the homelands of the<br />

Munsee Lenape.<br />

Vassar College is deeply committed to<br />

increasing the diversity of the campus<br />

community and to promoting an environment<br />

of equality, inclusion, and respect for<br />

difference. The College is an Equal<br />

Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer,<br />

and especially welcomes applications from<br />

veterans, women, individuals with disabilities,<br />

and members of racial, ethnic, and other<br />

historically underrepresented groups.<br />

Vassar College is a smoke-free, tobacco-free<br />

campus.<br />

Note: Vassar College has a universal<br />

vaccination policy requiring a COVID-19<br />

vaccination for all employees except for<br />

those exempt for medical or religious<br />

reasons.<br />

Position Summary and Responsibilities<br />

Vassar College invites applications for<br />

Chinese Language Fellow for the <strong>2023</strong>-24<br />

academic year (late August, <strong>2023</strong> through<br />

<strong>May</strong>, 2024).<br />

The Language Fellow, who must be a native<br />

level speaker of Chinese, has the opportunity<br />

to work closely with experienced language<br />

instructors and to gain experience in teaching<br />

non-native speakers by conducting<br />

conversation classes and drill sessions that<br />

supplement language courses. The fellow<br />

assists the Chinese faculty members in<br />

preparing teaching materials.<br />

Language Fellows receive free room and<br />

board on Vassar’s campus for the academic<br />

year, a monthly stipend of $700 for 10<br />

months, and international health insurance<br />

coverage. They take one Vassar course per<br />

semester<br />

Qualifications<br />

Language Fellows should at least have a<br />

B.A. and be fluent in English.<br />

Special Instructions to Applicants<br />

To apply, please send a cover letter, vita, an<br />

audio recording introducing yourself in both<br />

Chinese and English, and at least one<br />

recommendation letter. Review of<br />

applications is ongoing until the position is<br />

filled. Please send applications to Haoming<br />

Liu, Chair, Department of Chinese and<br />

Japanese, via email to<br />

chineseandjapanese@vassar.edu. Do not<br />

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