I have been teaching English as
Second Language and Mandarin Chinese in the United States for three years. I
taught students from diverse background (nationalities, ages, educational
background, etc.). Starting from Fall, 2012, I am an instructor in
Department of Modern Languages at Carnegie Mellon University.
Department of Modern Languages,
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittburgh, PA 08/2012-Present
82-131 Elementary Chinese I
82-131 Elementary Chinese I_syllabus
Faculty Course Evaluation (FCE) Overall teaching:
"Instruction style worked well/gave good
opportunities to learn/practice material."
"The professor is amazing."
"The fact that you actually learn some good basics
of Chinese language." "Awesome professor!"
"The class progresses in a reasonable pace and we
learn material that can be useful in daily conversation."
82-132 Elementary Chinese II
82-132 Elementary Chinese II syllabus
"This teacher has been amazing. I struggled greatly with this course as
Chinese does not come naturally to me. He has stuck with me and helped me
through many examples and grammar patterns individually seeing that I am
struggling and was able to greatly improve my skills!"
"I had so much fun this semester and learned a lot of Chinese. Thank you so
much. You have been a wonderful professor."
82-232 Intermediate Chinese I
Syllabus: To be uploaded in summer 2013
Fei Yang Chinese Language and Culture Center, Swarthmore, PA
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Holy Redeemer Church School, Philadelphia, PA
Teaching English to Chinese immigrants in the church community
University City Arts League, Philadelphia, PA
Teaching heritage Mandarin Chinese to Chinese immigrants¨ children
Lutheran Family and Children Service, Upper Darby, PA
English to South-American immigrants and refugees