April 19, 2014
8:50 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
University of Washington
Registration must be completed by April 10th.
Writing is an important communicative skill. Higher levels language proficiency examinations such as AP Chinese or IB tests demand demonstration of good writing skills.
This workshop will be discussing how to develop students’ writing proficiency in “Discourses”. Here, the “Discourse” refers to 3 contexts of teaching and learning: vertical curricular; holistic or integrated language use; and specific cohesive and logical development of the ideas.
This discussion will focus on considerations, strategies and instructional tips that guide the teaching and learning in classroom in terms of content, instruction, and assessment.
Classroom practice, such as concrete lesson plans, instructional steps and student work will be demonstrated. Participants are encouraged to share ideas or relevant materials during discussions.
*The program will be conducted in Mandarin
To ensure attendance, there is a $10 registration fee that will be returned to each participant on the day of the workshop. Registration includes six Washington State clock hours and a box lunch. To receive clock hours you need to sign in, attend the entire workshop, and fill out the workshop evaluation form. There will be no partial clock-hours given.
This event is sponsored by the Confucius Institute of the State of Washington, East Asia Center, East Asia Resource Center, and the Department of Asian Languages and Literature.