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Tingting Wang

Tingting Wang

Assistant Professor

Chinese

World Languages, Literatures & Cultures

Tingting Wang

Contact Me

334-844-6325

tzw0054@auburn.edu

6022 Haley Center

Office Hours

Monday 1:00 - 4:00 pm via Zoom or by appointment

Education

PhD, Washington State University

Research Interests

Chinese syntax, computer-assisted language learning, student engagement in Chinese as a foreign language learning, Design-Based Research, Chinese as a heritage language teaching, and teacher education

Publications

  • Wang, T. & Wang-Bramlett, D. (2021). How to Engage Chinese as a heritage Language Learner? From Student Perceptions to Instructional Design and Practice. Studies in Chinese Teaching and Learning 6,58-82.
  • Wang, T. (2018). Chinese as a foreign language and culture curriculum development for pre-service teacher education. In Pre-Service and In-Service Teacher Education: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, IGI Global.
  • Wang, P. & Wang T. (2017). Introduction to Chinese culture and language. In J. Egbert & G. Ernst-Slavit (Eds.), Understanding our ELLs: Integrating Language and Culture into Every Classroom. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Wang, T. (2015). Engagement and teamwork in Chinese as a foreign language and culture curriculum development for teacher education. International Journal of Computer Assisted Language Learning and Teaching 5(2), 22-39.
  • Wang, T., & Fu, H. (2009). Exploring listening teaching with Chinese as a second language. Anhui Literature, 9(2), 59-63.
  • Wang, T., & Fu, H. (2009). A critical comparison of Chinese and western cultures. China Social Science Journal, 7, 21-25.
  • Wang, T. (2008). The conditions of using the Chinese character "了". Anhui Literature 8(2), 60-62

Courses Taught

  • FLCN 1010: Elementary Chinese I 
  • FLCN 1020: Elementary Chinese II 
  • FLCN 2010: Intermediate Chinese I 
  • FLCN 2020: Intermediate Chinese II 
  • FLCN 3010: Chinese Composition and Conversation 
  • FLCN 5010/6010: Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language 
  • FLGC 1150: Global Fluency