A collaboration between The Ohio State University and Oberlin College, this symposium is an academic platform dedicated to promoting and advancing applications of interdisciplinary research on the pedagogy of East Asian languages. Chinese, Japanese and Korean are traditionally considered less commonly taught languages in the United States, yet the ever-expanding economic and geopolitical interests in the East Asian region and the growing enrollment in East Asian languages in K-16 education over the past decades have drawn increasing research and pedagogical attention to the teaching and learning of these languages.
The symposium will be free to public.
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Cognitive scientist and linguist Mark Turner of Case Western Reserve University will present a keynote speech on human cognition and language learning.
Mari Noda of The Ohio State University will lead a workshop on the Performed Culture Approach to East Asian language pedagogy.
The 60-minute panel sessions provide an excellent opportunity for participants to showcase and receive feedback on research and teaching activities in the pedagogy of East Asian languages and cultures.
Following the symposium, resources and products will be made available online to continue to support collaboration on East Asian language pedagogy across disciplines and institutions.
Ohio Five/Ohio State Mellon Language Grant
OSU Association for the Advancement of the Pedagogy of East Asian Languages (AAPEAL)
OSU Graduate Students of East Asian Languages and Literatures (GREALL)
East Asian Studies at Oberlin College
East Asian Languages and Literatures at OSU
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