Shu Zhu

Education:

M.A., 2009, Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, University of Iowa, USA
M.A., 2005, Chinese Literature and Linguistics, Wuhan University, China
B.A., 2002, Humanistic Studies Experimental Class (Chinese), Wuhan University, China

Research and Teaching Interests:

Instructional theories in teaching Chinese as a foreign Language with focus on classroom learning and teaching psychology and methodology.

Multimedia-mediated instruction and pedagogical technologies.

 Photo courtesy of Shu Zhu

Asian Studies Centre

357 University College
220 Dysart Road
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB
Canada R3T 2M8

Tel (204) 474-7047
Fax (204) 474-7591

Email: zhu@cc.umanitoba.ca
Homepage: http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~zhu/

Research Interests:

1.      Instructional theories in teaching Chinese as a foreign Language with focus on classroom learning and teaching psychology and methodology

2.      Application of multimedia-mediated instruction and pedagogical technologies

 

Courses Taught:

ASIA 1760: Introduction to Chinese (Mandarin)

ASIA 2760: Intermediate Chinese (Mandarin)

ASIA 3760: Advanced Chinese (Mandarin)

ASIA 1760: Introduction to Chinese (Mandarin), Summer Session

 

Publications:

Book Chapter:

1.       Helen H. Shen, Chen-hui Tsai, Lisha Xu, and Shu Zhu, Teaching Chinese as a Second Language: Vocabulary Instruction Methods, Peking University Press, to appear.

2.       Liangming Liu, Xiaolian Li, and Shu Zhu, The Genres of Criticism Theories on Chinese Modern Fictions, Wuhan University Press, 2003.

Paper:

1.       Shu Zhu, Humanistic Concern: An Analysis about The Relationship between Wang Guowei’s Literature Theories and Chinese Modern Humanities, Wuhan University Journal (Social Science) 3-2, 2003.