Feng Xie

Ph.D. Student
Chinese Language Pedagogy

Research Focus:

I study Chinese language pedagogy and technology and second language teaching and learning. My current research focus in on computer-mediated communication and learning Chinese as a second/ foreign language.


Academic History

  • M.A. Peking University
    M.A. Thesis: The Effects of Task Planning on L2 Learners’ Oral Performance
  • B.A. Beijing International Studies University

Teaching Experience

Assistantships:

  • Fall 2015 Chinese 1: Elementary Modern Chinese, Dr. Hsu
  • Spring 2015 Chinese 3: Elementary Modern Chinese, Dr. Chen
  • Winter 2015 CHIN 26: New Phenomena in 21st Century Chinese, Dr. Yu
  • Fall 2014 Chinese 1: Elementary Modern Chinese, Dr. Chen
  • Spring 2014 Chinese 3: Elementary Modern Chinese, Dr. Chen
  • Winter 2014 Chinese 2: Elementary Modern Chinese, Dr. Chen
  • Fall 2013 Chinese 1: Elementary Modern Chinese; Dr. Chen
  • Spring 2013 Chinese 3: Elementary Modern Chinese; Dr. Chen
  • Winter 2013 Chinese 2: Elementary Modern Chinese; Dr. Chen

Conference Papers

  • 2014 Paper title: Effects of Task Planning on L2 Chinese Learners’ Oral Performance Conference name: 2014 CLTA First International Symposium on Chinese Teaching and Learning Date: Oct 26, 2014

Advisors

  • Dr. Hsiao-Jung Yu, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
  • Dr. Dorothy Chun, Department of Education
  • Dr. Michael Berry, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies