Office Hours

  • Tu/Th: 9:45 - 10:30am and by appointment
 

Interests

  • Traveling
  • Music
  • Reading
 

Jasmine Tang

Adjunct Instructor of

Chinese

Welles 206
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5247
tangj@geneseo.edu

Jasmine Tang has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1991.

Faculty Information

Education

  • 2009, Completed the Masters Degree Courses of Linguistic and Applied Linguistics at East China Normal University, China
  • 1996, M.A., Chinese Education, SUNY Empire

Research Interests

Chinese language, cultural, calligraphy education, history, film.

Publications and Professional Activities

  • Tang Jasmine Kong-Yan. Taking off with Chinese, Introduction book for all learner's from K-16, teaching assistants and new teachers. ISBN: 978-981-285-6265. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish, November, 2010.
  • Tang Jasmine K.Y. Dynamic Chinese, an introductory Chinese textbook and workbook, volumes I-III, with audio CD. 2nd Ed. Geneseo, New York: Sundance Books, 2007.
  • Tang Jasmine K.Y. Dynamic Chinese,an introductory Chinese textbook and workbook, volumes I-III, with audio CD. Rochester, NY: Monroe Community College Duplicating, 2005
  • Tang, Jasmine. Let's Learn Chinese and introductory textbook of Chinese. Geneseo, NY: Geneseo Duplicating, 1993.

Affiliations

  • Chinese Langauge Teachers Association
  • American Society of Shufa Calligraphy Education, Inc.
  • International Delegate, UUP Delegate, NYSUT Delegate and AFT Delegate
Fall 2014 Classes

CHIN 101:
Elementary Chinese I

    Introduces the structure and sound of the target language. Develops the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Culture-based readings and collateral laboratory assignments.
    This course is designed for the student who has never studied the language before. In general, students who have a one-year high school equivalency may repeat this course, but for no credit. Offered on a 3-semester rotation
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CHIN 201:
L/Intermediate Chinese I

    Reviews the fundamentals of structure and continues to develop the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Oral and written exercises are included. Reading materials emphasize
    cultural and contemporary topics. Prerequisites: CHIN 102 or its equivalent. Offered on a 3-semester rotation
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