Liu Co-Authors Article on Working Across Languages in Educational Settings

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The article appeared in the journal 'Chinese as a Second Language'.

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Jin Liu, associate professor of Chinese in the School of Modern Languages, co-authored an article titled “Translanguaging as a Pedagogical Practice in Chinese Language and (Inter)culture Courses.” The paper, co-authored with Yu Li, assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Loyola Marymount University, was published in the journal Chinese as a Second Language.

In the article, Liu uses CHIN 4500: Intercultural Seminar, which she teaches, as a case study to demonstrate that the translanguaging approach, which aims to use different languages to maximize communication in language learning, encourages in-depth intellectual inquiries and critical thinking. The article further argues translanguaging supports Chinese language learning in an interdisciplinary, intercultural, and interactive context.

The article, published online Jan. 21, 2022, is available for purchase at https://doi.org/10.1075/csl.20006.li.

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translanguing, foreign language learning, Pedagogy, chinese, second language acquisition, Jin Liu, School of Modern Languages, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
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