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PCAL Modern Languages

Hua Wang, M.A.
Hua Wang, M.A.
- Instructor of Chinese

Chinese 102/Chinese 201/Chinese 202/Chinese 301 to undergraduate students in Chinese Major/Minor Program, Modern Languages Department, WKU

Chinese Speaking/listening at intermediate level to undergraduate students of different cultural backgrounds in NCEPU, China

Chinese Speaking/listening at preliminary level to undergraduate students of different cultural backgrounds in NCEPU, China

Chinese Culture Overview as an elective course to Chinese undergraduate students in NCEPU, China


Hua Wang is a GA instructor from Educational Leadership Doctoral Program. She earned her Master in Chinese Literature, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, from Beijing Language and Culture University and Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in English, from Wuhan University, China. She got the Certificate in Teaching Chinese as Second Language from Beijing Language and Culture University in 2006.  She completed Certificate course in Second Language Acquisition Program from Cardiff University, UK, in 2010.

She is capable in teaching Chinese to different levels of students. She has rich experience in language teaching and she is always ready to accommodate students from different culture background and different proficiency levels. She has excellent communication skills and proficiency in both Mandarin Chinese and English. She is good at motivating students to interact in target language; and she has always been pursuing to use advanced teaching methods and technology in teaching. She has complete and perfect knowledge of the curriculum in Chinese teaching.

Areas of interest for her include acquisition of Chinese as a foreign language, differences of Eastern and Western culture, intercultural communication, leadership coaching, and implementing new technology for the development of students' language learning. Some of her hobbies include playing table tennis, photography, Chinese calligraphy, cooking, fishing, and hiking. 

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