Friday, November 2, 5:30-7:30 PM
Speaker’s Name: LU Haiwen & GUO Wei
Event Fee: Free
Location: 40 Rector Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10006
Join China Institute on Friday, November 2, for a professional development workshop on discussing how to develop ICC through visual images. This workshop is in conjunction with the China Institute Gallery exhibition, Art of the Mountain: Through the Chinese Photographer’s Lens.
Following a theoretic discussion on Developing ICC Through Visual Images led by Prof. Lixing Tang in April, two presenters at this workshop will showcase how they engage students into exploring the connections of images with their daily lives, as well as embedded cultural meanings of photos in the “Art of the Mountain” exhibition. Based on the IMAGE Model, various applications, including galley tour, group discussions and building personal photo gallery, will be examined at the workshop to investigate, analyze, and reflect the relationship between cultural products and practices with cultural perspectives.
This workshop is presented by Confucius Institute at China Institute in collaboration with the New York University’s Project Developing Chinese Language Teachers (Project DCLT). CTLE hours available for New York State teachers.
LU Haiwen is a passionate Chinese teacher in Avenues: the World school since 2013. She has been teaching middle and high schools in NYC for 10 years. She has a M.A. degree from NYU and a B.A. degree from East China Normal University. Haiwen Lu has been a devoted teacher who use Project Based Language Learning (PBLL), cross discipline curriculum to enhance students’ learning experience and guiding them to a fulfilling and meaningful Chinese language learning path.
GUO Wei is a dedicated Mandarin Chinese teacher at High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies, a highly competitive high school that provides students with a multifaceted rigorous curriculum based on a dual language education system. Graduated from NYU with a Master’s Degree in TESOL (K-12) and Teaching Foreign Language (Mandarin 7-12), Wei is experienced in designing academically challenging Mandarin courses at multiple levels.
Please register online. For questions or to register by phone, please contact Song Yanjie at 212-744-8181 ext. 141 or by email at [email protected]