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Jasmine Tang

Adjunct Lecturer of Chinese
Welles 209B
585-245-6349
tangj@geneseo.edu

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

Office Hours - Spring 2020

  • TR 9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
  • and by appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Certificate of M.A., Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, East China Normal University, China, 2009.

  • M.A., Chinese Education, SUNY Empire, 1996.

Affiliations

  • Chinese Language Teachers Association

  • American Society of Shufa Calligraphy Education, Inc.

  • International Delegate, UUP Delegate, NYSUT Delegate and AFT Delegate

Publications

  • “Let’s Speak Chinese,” 2015.

  • “Taking Off With Chinese,” 2011.

  • Tang Jasmine Kong-Yan. Taking off with Chinese, Introduction book for all learners 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, an introductory textbook of Chinese. Geneseo, NY: Geneseo Duplicating, 1993.

Awards

  • President of the 11th International Chinese Shufa Calligraphy Education, 2016-2018

  • SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching, 2015

  • Teachers make the Difference Award, 2014

  • CLERC Award of Outstanding Contribution to the Promotion of Chinese Language Education, 2012

More About Me

Research Interests

Chinese language and culture, calligraphy education, history, film.

Other Interests

Enjoys taking students to attend conferences, do research, travel, and partake of food and fun.

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

  • CHIN 202: Intermediate Chinese II

    A continuation of CHIN 201. Prerequisites: CHIN 201 or its equivalent. Offered once every two years