CLTA-WA 2013 Spring Workshop
Standard-Based Instruction for Chinese Language and Culture: From Theory to Application
Co-sponsors: Confucius Institute of the State of Washington
Department of Asian Languages and Literature, University of Washington
East Asia Center, University of Washington
Presenter: Dr. Richard Chi (齐德立教授) of University of Utah
Date: Saturday, March 23, 8:30am – 4:00pm
Location: 101 Thomson Hall, University of Washington
Cost: $5.00 for CLTA-WA members; $20.00 for non-members
(CLTA-WA annual membership fee: $30.00 for 1/1/2013--12/31/2013)
Refreshments will be provided. Participants are advised to bring their own lunch. The participants who attend the workshop in its entirety will receive 6 clock hours from OSPI of Washington State. No partial clock-hours will be given.
About Dr. T. Richard Chi:
T. Richard Chi is Professor of Chinese linguistics in the Department of Languages and Literature at the University of Utah. His research areas include second language acquisition, applied linguistics, curriculum and assessment design and teaching Chinese as a second language. He served as Department Chair from 1998 to 2004 and as Director of Chinese School at Middlebury College from 1993 to 2002. He is an ACTFL-certified Mandarin oral proficiency tester and tester trainer and has conducted numerous OPI workshops in the U.S. and abroad. He has participated in or chaired material development projects for ACTFL, Center for Applied Linguistics, US Department of Education, the Army Defense Language Institute, the National Foreign Language Center at the
University of Maryland, Center for Applied Second Language Studies at the University of Oregon and the College Board. He served on the Modern Language Association ADFL Executive Committee from 2000 to 2004. As an AP Chinese consultant for the College Board, he has taught AP Chinese workshops and summer institutes in the U.S. and abroad since 2006. Currently, he serves as AP Chinese Chief Reader and on the AP Chinese Development Committee. Chi received his MA and Ph.D. in linguistics from UCLA.