Chinese Teaching Methods Workshop RSVP form
Dear Friends of the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures,
This event is free to the public. It is open to anyone interested in teaching the Chinese language.Refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP using this form so that we can prepare accordingly. Thank you!
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Chinese Teaching Methods Workshop "中文教学中的文化教学问题" (Friday, May 3, 2019, 2pm-5pm; at Phillips Hall 411 (updated!) George Washington University, 801 22nd St. NW Washington, DC 20052) . The talks will be given in Chinese (讲员将使用中文进行报告). Please contact hangz@gwu.edu if you have further questions.

报告简介 (Abstracts):
1. 红绸舞、长信宫灯与“爱你在心口难开” : 国际汉语教学中文化教学的几个问题 (储诚志教授)

国际汉语教学中的文化教学到底应该教什么?选择文化教学的内容应该遵循什么原则?要不要教红绸舞、长信宫灯和传统中国的“爱你在心口难开”?从这类基本问题出发,本文解析当前国际汉语教育中文化教学的一些根本问题。首先讨论跨文化交际的能力和态度的“通、容、融、同” 四个层次,然后论证语言课程中的文化教学的基本目标和应遵循的现实性原则,并具体展示这一原则的若干实施细则。

2. 吉祥国画、英文书法和汉语教学 (周毅教授)

中国画中有利用音同或音近联想表画意的谐音国画。谐音国画具有俗常物像化、单向吉祥义和程式化的表征。由于谐音国画具有与汉语语言系统谐音的相似表征,在中高级阶段利用谐音国画进行汉语教学,可使学习者在汉文化的熏染下,习得汉语同音联想的谐音修辞。

3. 利用数字化工具促进L2中文学习和读写技能发展 (张霓教授)

探讨智能在线翻译、思维导图、词句卡等数字化工具在语言学习上的强化作用以及促进读写技能发展的潜力,分析比较教学尝试成效,分享教学启示。

How to get to George Washington University :
You are encouraged to use public transportation (check here https://transportation.gwu.edu/public-transportation) or taxi to get to GWU. Phillips Hall (which is connected to the Rome Hall) is at the corner of I (eye) street and 22nd street.

By Metro: Foggy Bottom-GWU Metrorail Station on Orange, Silver and Blue lines

By bus: Major bus lines include but are not limited to: M1 the 30 series (30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 38B); M2 the D Series (D1, 3, 5, 6); M3 the N series (N2, 3, 4, 6); M4 the H1 Series; M5 the 80 series; M6 the Y series (Y3, 11, 16) and the S1 series; as well as the M7 the Lseries (L1, 2). The DC Circulator offers convenient downtown service https://www.dccirculator.com/

Parking: You may use street parking. Please check https://transportation.gwu.edu/visitors for the information of on-campus parking space. The most convenient parking lot is the one in Science and Engineering Hall (1 hour $10; up to 2 hours $16; daily maximum $23).

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