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Agenda

2021 Symposium on Teaching China and Japan: Pedagogical Collaboration across Languages, Disciplines, Communities and Borders

February 20, 2021
DePaul University


9:10am - 9:20am,  Opening Remarks

Dr. Guillermo Vásquez de Velasco, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Science
Dr. Li Jin & Dr. Nobuko Chikamatsu, Department of Modern Languages
DePaul University (Chicago, U.S.A.)

9:20am - 10:10am,  Keynote Address

Dr. Wei Li, Institute of Education, University of College London
"Language Teaching and Learning as Cultural Translation"

10:15am - 11:30am,  Panel I: International Collaboration I

Cross-Unit Collaboration in Advanced Online Chinese Language Curricula at a Sino-US Joint-venture University
Presenter:  Xin Zhang (Duke Kushan University)

Building an Engaging Virtual-Exchange Curriculum through International Pedagogical Collaboration
Presenter:  Sharon Guan(DePaul University)

Japanese as Lingua Franca in COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) for Global Learning
Presenter:  Keiko Ikeda(Kansai University)

Affordances of Collaborative Online International Learning in the Time of Limited Mobility
Presenters:  Tomoe Nishio (University of North Georgia), Chie Fujikake, & Masataka Osawa (Nanzan University)
Zhang
Xin Zhang
Guan
Sharon Guan
Ikeda
Keiko Ikeda
Nishio
Tomoe Nishio
Fujikake
Chie Fujikake
Osawa
Masataka Osawa

11:35am - 12:50pm, Panel II: Interdisciplinary Collaboration I

Promoting Translingual, Transcultural and Intermedial Literacies in a Content-based Japanese Classroom: Collaborative Subtitling as Pedagogy
Presenters:  Saori Hoshi & Ayaka Yoshimizu (University of British Columbia)

Translanguaging in Environmental Ethics: Translating Languages, Crossing over Discourses, and Expanding the Horizons
Presenter:  Yuki Miyamoto (DePaul University)

Mandarin Chinese FLAC Courses and the Chinese Curriculum Development: Potentials and Challenges
Presenter:  Yan Liu (Duke University)

Language Study as a Window to Inner Peace: A Dialogue Among Science, Psychology, and Buddhism
Presenter:  Qinghong Cai (Northeastern University)

Hoshi
Saori Hoshi
Yoshimizu
Ayaka Yoshimizu
Miyamoto
Yuki Miyamoto
Liu
Yan Liu
Cai
Qinghong Cai

12:50pm - 1:30pm,  Lunch Break

1:30pm - 2:45pm,  Panel III: Community Collaboration

Furthering Chinese Language Learning: Curriculum Design & Instruction for Chinese Immersion Students Taking College Courses
Presenter:  Li Xiang (Western Michigan University)

Reciprocal Institutional Relationships: An Integrated Model of Study Abroad
Presenter:  Zhini Zeng (University of Mississippi)

Through the Looking-Glass Called JCHIP—Internship Experience in Japan and Participating Interns’ Views and Growth
Presenter:  Nobuko Koyama (University of California, Davis)

Community-based Collaboration with Local Japanese Companies in Ohio
Presenter:  Etsuyo Yuasa (The Ohio State University)

Xiang
Li Xiang
Zeng
Zhini Zeng
Koyama
Nobuko Koyama
Yuasa
Etsuyo Yuasa

2:50pm - 4:05pm,  Panel IV: Interdisciplinary Collaboration II

Why Literature?: Translating literature in an advanced Japanese language classroom
Presenter:  Miho Matsugu (Independent Scholar)

Reading & writing between Linguistic Lines: Exploring the Potential of Exophony
Presenter:  Jeffrey Angles (Western Michigan University)

Experiential Learning through Dream in the Red Chamber: A Chinese Novel as a Bridge to Linguistic and Intercultural Competence
Presenters:  Jinai Sun & Stuart Patterson (North Central College)

Interdisciplinary Teaching to Facilitate Students Learning Content in an Intensive Study Abroad Program
Presenter:  Hong Zhan (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)

Matsugu
Miho Matsugu
Angles
Jeffrey Angles
Sun
Jinai Sun
Patterson
Stuart Patterson
Zhan
Hong Zhan

4:10pm - 5:25pm,  Panel V: International Collaboration II & Cross-language Collaboration

Learning about (G)local Issues for Working towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): the US-Japan Telecollaborative Online Magazine Project
Presenter:  Yuri Kumagai (Smith College)

Teaching Behavioral Culture through Chinese-American Telecollaboration
Presenter:  Han Luo (Lafayette College)

Reimagining Chinese Characters and East Asian Modern History: Collaborative Activities Connecting Online College Classrooms of Chinese and Japanese
Presenters:  Noriko Sugimori & Leihua Weng (Kalamazoo College)

A Pan-East Asian Perspective in Language Teaching
Presenters:  Lin Deng (Carleton College) & Koji Tanno (University of Kentucky) 

Kumagai
Yuri Kumagai
Luo
Han Luo
Sugimori
Noriko Sugimori
Weng
Leihua Weng
Deng
Lin Deng
Tanno
Koji Tanno

5:25pm - 5:30pm,  Closing Remarks

Dr. Li Jin & Dr. Nobuko Chikamatsu, Department of Modern Languages
DePaul University (Chicago, U.S.A.)
Jin
Li Jin
Chikamatsu
Nobuko Chikamatsu