Titel: Chinese Essentials: What and How (Vol.1) – What: A Functional and Grammatical Walkthrough (Simplified Chinese Edition)
Author: Haiyan Fu
Publisher: Beijing Language and Culture University Press (北京语言大学出版社)
Languages: Bilingual Chinese-English
Series: Chinese Language Teaching Experts' Forum Series
Number of pages: 340 pages
Dimensions: 240 x 170 x 16 mm,
Publication Date: 2007-5
Level: Chinese Teachers (TCSL)
Category: Teaching Chinese as a Second Language (TCSL)
About the author
Haiyan Fu has been teaching Chinese to speakers of other languages at postsecondary institutins since 1982 and teaching high school for the last eight years. She is currently teaching all levels of Mandarin Chinese at Northside College Preparatory High School in Chicago. In 2003, she was selected to appear in the Annenburg Foundation production “Teaching Foreign Languages K-12: Putting the Standards to Practice.” Fu is a trainer in the U.S. Department of Education’s Teacher-to-Teacher Training Corp; a writer for Chicago Public Schools’ Project MAJIC, a U.S. Department of Education-funded effort to develop K-12 curricula for Chinese and Japanese; an AP Chinese textbook reviewer for the College Board, and has been president of the Midwest Chinese Teachers Alliance since 2000. In 2006 she was elected as a board member of Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools.
Fu has a Master’s Degree in education from Smith College, and an Ed. D. from University of Massachusetts at Amherst, specializing in second language acquisition, instructional leadership and curriculum development. She is certified in Chinese, English, ESL, Language Arts and Bilingual Education in the State of Illinois.
About the book
This series is designed to facilitate true teaching. It aims at reflecting and encouraging a break from traditional practice by combining language materials, teaching references, and instructional design into a single series for easy, quick and solid practical use …..
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