Rui Zhu

Associate Professor of English

Email: rzhu @sandau.edu.cn

Telephone: 021-50210894

The Department of English

Education:

1979——1983 - Bachelor of Arts,The Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Fudan University, Shanghai, P.R.C.

Work Experience:

1983——2000 - Lecturer and Associate Professor of English, Fudan University

2000——the present - Associate Professor of English

Publications:

Selected Readings in American Literature, co-author, Shanghai Translation Publishing House, Shanghai, 1985

A Dictionary of Western Literary Criticism, co-author, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press, Shanghai, 1987

An Anthology of Western Academic Masterpieces, co-author, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, Shanghai, 1987

A Review for CET 6, chief editor, Fudan University Press, 1988

English Etymology and Translation, author, China University Teaching, Beijing, No. 4 (general series 272), April 2013

21st. Century College English for Adult Learners (volumes 1-4), editor in chief, Fudan University Press, Shanghai, 2018

 

Yin Miao

Associate Professor

Email: sicilymy@hotmail.com

Phone Number: 68681740-10413

Department Name: Department of English, School of Foreign Languages

Office Location: 10413, Jinhai Campus

Background information:

Master of Education, 2003, Beijing Normal University

Bachelor of Arts, 2000, Beijing Foreign Studies University

Courses taught:

Extensive Reading, Advanced Reading, English Newspaper Reading, Grammar and Writing, Advanced Oral Interpretation

Applied Linguistics, Middle School English Textbook Analysis

Introduction to Pedagogy, Introduction to Psychology

Researches:

Course Development Project---English Extensive Reading (2010-2012), supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, chief investigator.

Research on Timeliness of English Newspaper Reading Course (2011-2012), supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, chief investigator.

Development of Interdisciplinary Program in Private Universities to Foster English Talents with Multi-abilities (2011), supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, major investigator

Effective English Teaching (2013-2014) supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, major investigator

Awards:

“Excellent Teacher” of 2005, 2006, 2018, Shanghai Sanda University

Paper Using Computer and Multi-media Technology to Help Students Understand the Cognitive Process and Psychological Mechanism of Reading and to Develop Exercises to Help Students Overcome Obstacles in Reading Comprehension won the first prize of 2008 annual session of Shanghai Foreign Language Teaching Technology Commission

Paper More Thoughts on Multimedia Technology and Its Application in Teaching English won the third prize of 2009 annual session of Shanghai Foreign Language Teaching Technology Commission

Multimedia courseware The World Turns Grey won the second prize of Courseware Development Contest hosted by 2011 annual session of Shanghai Foreign Language Teaching Technology Commission

Publications:

Books:

Curriculum of Intelligence: To Explore Students’ Full Potential through Multiple Intelligences Theory (translator), Educational Science Publishing House, Beijing, 2003, ISBN:978-7-504-12419-7

English Reading Skills in Use, National Defense and Industry Press, Beijing, 2013, ISBN: 978-7-118-08800-7

Academic papers

Comparative Studies of Educational Theories of Montessori and Reggio, Studies in Preschool Education, No.5, 2002

The Return of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Art Education ---American “Enhancing Art” Curriculum and Its Enlightenment on China’s Art Education, Comparative Education Review, No.3, 2003

Research on Improving Timeliness of English Newspaper Reading Course, Examination Weekly, June, 2013

 

Meili Dang

Associate Professor

E-mail: dangmeili1977@126.com

Department Name: Department of English, School of Foreign Languages

Office Location: 10413, Jinhai Campus

Telephone: 68681740-10413

Academic History

2012~2013: Visiting scholar in English Department, Exeter University

2001~2004: M.A. in Foreign linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Xi Dian University

1996~2000: B.A in English, Xi’an International Studies University

Employment History

2000.7-2005.7: Xi’an University of Finance and Economics

2005.9 - Present : Sanda University

Courses taught

Advanced Reading, Grammar and Writing, Advanced Oral Interpretation, Audio-visual English, Intensive Reading

Articles in Journals

“An Overview of the Elizabeth Gaskell Studies in China” in Mountain Flowers Vol. 12(2014)

“From Delusion to Rationality: Catherine’s Maturity” in Writer Magazine Vol. 14(2013)

“From Irrelevance to Optimal Relevance: An Analysis of the Subtitle Translation of The Four” in Journal of Educational Institute of Jilin Province Vol. 9(2013)

“A Relevance-Theoretic Analysis of Creative Metaphor in Advertising Slogan” in Wenjiao Ziliao Vol.13(2013)

“A Relevance Theoretic Approach to the Translation of English Movie Titles to Chinese” in Movie Literature Vol. 9(2012)

“Application of Cooperative Learning in Large Interpretation Class” in Continue Education Research Vol. 6 (2012)

“Audio-Visual Material and Interpretation Teaching” in Journal of Northwest Normal University Vol. 3(2008)

“An Analysis of the Writing Style in ‘Hand’” in Foreign Language Education Vol. 13(2003)

Books Published :

English Classics for Recitation. Unity Press, 2015, Beijing, ISBN: 978-7-5126-3656-9

Metaphor in Advertising. Academic Press Corporation,2014, Salt Lake City, ISBN:978-1-6318-1701-4

A Practical English-Chinese Technical Dictionary. Xidian University Publishing House, 2013, Xi’an, ISBN: 978-7-5606-2971-1

Awards:

“Excellent Teacher”, 2018, Faculty of Foreign Languages

“Excellent Teacher”, 2019, Sanda University

 

Tao Ma

Dr Tao Ma received his Ph.D. training on corpus linguistics and computer science at Birmingham City University. His main research interest is in the applications of data science to morphology at its various latitudes such as L2 acquisition, discourse analysis and text mining. As one of the directors in the Foreign Language School, he has been constantly publishing on national and international journals and currently leading two university level research teams.

 

Jing Gao

Lecturer

Email: lauragao216@hotmail.com.

Phone number: 15000399897.

Department: The Department of English, School of Foreign Languages.

Office: Room 439, Building #10.

Background information:

Master of Art, 2002, Beijing the Second Foreign Language Institute, Beijing. English Literature.

Bachelor of Art, 1995, Beijing the Second Foreign Language Institute, Beijing. English Literature.

Publication:

Gao, J., & Tao, L., & Wang, Y. (2011). Advanced English Reading. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language and Education Press.

Awards/Honors/Grants:

2009: Shanghai Sanda University Model faculty member.

2010: Shanghai Sanda University Model faculty member.

2010: “Research and Development for Major Subjects” granted by Shanghai Educational Commission.

 

Saiping He

Associate Professor

Email:saipinghe@163.com

Phone Number: 13916298053
Department Name: the Foreign Languages Department

Office Location: 10-405

Background Information:

Master of Arts, 2007, Shanghai Normal University

Bachelor of Arts, 2004, Shanghai Normal University

Published Articles

Saiping He. (2013). A Comparison of the Film and the Novel Eat Pray Love. Movie Literature, 8, 85-86.

Saiping He. (2012). An Empirical Study of Advanced English Listening in Teaching English Majors. Journal of Jishou University (Social Science Edition), 4, 86-89.

 

Jingjing Li

 

Associate Professor

E-mail: joannali_fern@126.com

Phone Number: 13585679691

Department Name: Department of English

Background Information:

Master of Art, 2007, Shanghai University, English Language and Literature

Bachelor of Art, 2004, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, English (Finance)

Courses Taught:

Translation Theory and Practice

English Writing

Intensive Reading

Advanced Listening

Articles:

LI Jingjing. (2018). On the Translation of Tea Introductions from the Perspective of Translation Variation Theory. Fujian Tea. 2018(2), 347-348

Li Jing, Gu Zhengyang. (20). On the Translation of Filial Piety and Loyalty Culture in Classical Chinese Poetry. Journal of Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications. 2011(3), 141-149

LI Jingjing, GU Zhenagyang. (2011). On the Translation of the Cultural Image of Water in Classical Chinese Poetry. Journal of Nanchang University. 42(3), 131-137

LI Jingjing. (2009). Comprehensive Evaluation and Balance Translation of Cultural Information in Classical Chinese Poetry Translation. Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University. 10(3), 56-60

Book Chapters:

LI Jingjing. (2012) On the Translation of Cultural Image of Dream in Ancient Chinese Poetry. GU Zhengyang et all, Probing into English Translation of Ancient Chinese Poetry. National Defense Industry Press.

 

Keren Hua

Associate professor

Department of English

Email: krhua@sandau.edu.cn

Telephone: +21 68681740-10404

Location: 10404, Jinhai Campus

Qualifications:

PhD University of Essex

MA Shanghai Normal University

BA Shanghai Normal University

Current teaching responsibilities:

Advanced Reading

English Pronunciation

Introduction to Linguistics

Publications:

Hua, K. (2016). Phonics instruction in English-speaking countries. Journal of Teaching and Management, 18, 102-105.

Hua, K. (2016). The teaching and learning of phonics in the primary grades: A study with the public primary schools in Shanghai. Modern Primary and Secondary Education, 12, 47-51.

Hua, K. (2016). The 4-H school enrichment program in the United States. Journal of Teaching and Management, 1, 80-82. 

Awards:

Excellent Teaching Award, Shanghai Sanda University (2008)

Excellent Teaching Award, School of Foreign Languages, Shanghai Sanda University (2015)

Excellent Teaching Award, School of Foreign Languages, Shanghai Sanda University (2019)

 

 

 

Yingying Lv

Lecturer

Email: lynnhsd@126.com
Phone Number: 68681740-10411
Department Name: Department of English

Office Location: Building 10, 411

Background Information:

Master of Arts, 2007, Shanghai International Studies University, English Language and Literature

Bachelor of Arts, 2004, East China Normal University, English Language and Literature

Courses Taught

Intensive Reading (III, IV)

Extensive Reading (III, IV)

Listening Course (III, IV)

Writing Course (I, II)

Researches:

Research on Intensive Reading Course (2012-2014), supported by Sanda University

Refereed Articles:

Yingying. L. (2009). The Ideological Manipulation on Translation Activities in Chinese Context. Journal of Qiqihar Teachers’ College, 3, 74-76.

 

 

Yanqi Lu

 

Associate Professor

Email: yanqi1717@126.com

Phone Number: 13482246149
Department Name: the Foreign Languages Department

Office Location: 10-405

Background Information:

A visiting scholar, 2015, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Master of Arts, 2006, Shanghai Maritime University

Bachelor of Arts, 2004, Yangzhou University

Published Articles:

Yanqi Lu. (2018). An Exploration of Computer-aided Translation Teaching on the Cultivation of Applied Talents for English Majors. Data of Culture and Education, 11

Yanqi Lu. (2014). Song of Youth composed by Gone with the Wind -- A comparison between Scarlett and Lin Daojing. Writer Magazine, 4

Yanqi Lu. (2013). A Comparison and Contrast of Susan Bassnette's and Snell     Hornby's Translation Theories. Kaoshi ZhoucKan, 55.

Yanqi Lu. (2013). On Captions Translation Strategies from Translating the Latest Decade’s Best Pictures. Overseas English, 14.

Yanqi Lu. (2012). On Film Subtitle Translation Strategies from the Perspective of Relevance Theory. Movie Literature, 5.

Published Books:

English Classics for Recitation. Unity Press, 2015, Beijing, ISBN: 978-7-5126-3656-9

Special training on High Scores of TEM-4 Cloze, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press, Shanghai, 2013, ISBN:978-7-313-10251-5

Contemporary Business English, East China Normal University Press, Shanghai, 2015, ISBN:978-7-5617-5841-0

Researches:

Computer-aided Translation Teaching on the Cultivation of Applied Talents for English Majors (2019-2020), supported by Shanghai Sanda University Foundation

Advanced Reading—High-quality Curriculum of Sanda University (2018-2020),  supported by Shanghai Sanda University Foundation

Construction of Computer-Aided Translation Laboratory (2015-2017), supported by Special Fund Project of Shanghai Education Commission

The Enlightenment Of Cultural Translation Theory On Subtitle Translation (2014-2015), supported by Shanghai Sanda University Foundation

Basic English—High-quality Curriculum of Sanda University (2011-2013),    supported by Shanghai Sanda University Foundation

 

Xia Qiao

Lecturer

Email: tianyu19821@sina.com
Phone Number: 021-68681405-10408

Department Name: Department of English

Office Location: 10408

Background Information:

2004---2007 Nanjing Normal University, School of Foreign Languages and Cultures, M.A. in Interpreting & Translating

2000---2004Hohai University, School of Foreign Languages and Cultures, B.A. in English Language and Literature

Articles:

Qiao, Xia.(2012). Reasearch on Selection of Interpretation Teaching materials. Shanghai Excellent Young Teacher Fund (ssy09028).

Qiao, Xia.(2007). Interpretation Thinking and Note-taking Training in Consecutive Interpretation. Master’s Graduation Thesis.

Qiao, Xia.(2006). Reflections on Translation Poetics under the Background of Cultural Turn. Journal of Nanhua University, 2006 (3). 

Certificates:

Qualification Certificate of Teacher of Higher Education

Shanghai Advanced Interpretation Certificate

Qualification Certificate of Translation Proficiency, PRC

 

 

Li Tao

Lecturer

Email: gorgeouslily@hotmail.com
Phone Number: 15026624335
Department Name: Department of English

Office Location: 10th Building 411

Background Information:

Master of Arts, 2012, Rider University, Organizational Leadership

Master of Arts, 2006, Shanghai Teachers’ University, English Language and Literature

Bachelor of Arts, 2003, Shanghai Teachers’ University, English Education

 

 

Weijian Yan

Lecturer

Email: michelle8091722@163.com

Phone Number: 13701893339

Department Name: Department of English

Office Location: Room 404, Building 10.

Background Information

Master of Arts, 2006, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, Linguistics and applied linguistics.  

Bachelor of Arts, 2003, Jiang Xi University of Science and Technology, English.

Refereed Articles Error Analysis of Collocations in Chinese Students’ English Writing. Education. Volume 1, 2009.

Corpus-based Prosodic Analysis on the Differentiation among Synonyms. Overseas English. Volume 4, 2013.

A Probe in Grading English Reading Materials for English Majors. Data of Culture and Education. Volume 3, 2014.

Representation of Hawthorne’s Eco-feminism in Scarlett. Campus English. Volume 45, 2018. 

 

 

 

Ruyun Xu

Lecturer 

Email: sherryxuruyun@126.com

Phone Number: 68681740 -10409

Department Name: Department of English, ForeignLanguagesSchool

Office Location: 10409, Jinhai Campus

Background Information:

Master of Arts, 2006, TongJi University

Bachelor of Arts, 1999,TongJi University

Courses Taught:

IntensiveReading(I, II)

AdvancedReading

English Oral Presentation

Researches:

Course Development Project—Oral presentation course (2007-2010), supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, major investigator.

Research onGeneral Consecutive Interpreting (2009-2012), supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, chief investigator.

 

 

Yuanjie Xin 

Lecturer

Email: sherryrainbow@sina.com
Phone Number: 68681045#10408
Department Name: English Department

Office Location: Room 408 No. 10 Building

Educational Background:

Master of Arts, 2008, Shanghai International Studies University

Bachelor of Arts, 2005, Shanghai International Studies University

Curricula taught : Intensive Reading, Extensive Reading, Listening1,2,3,4, Translation,

Translation works:

Snow flower and the secret fan 2006

Follow your heart you decide what happens! 2008

 

  

Yuewu Wang

Associate Professor

Vice Dean, School of Foreign Languages

Email: wang1515@126.com, ywwang@sandau.edu.cn
Phone Number: 021-6868-3310

Education:

PhD, 2005, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Linguistics and applied linguistics

MA, 1997, Lancaster University, Linguistics and modern English language

MA, 1992, Shanghai Maritime University, Translation theory and practice

BA, 1989, Shanghai Maritime University, English literature

Refereed Articles:

Wang, Y. (2008). Teaching effect of Learning to Speak: An English Video Course. Journal of the Foreign Language World, 3, 67-70.

Wang, Y. (2006). The implementation of a many-facet Rasch measurement to the reliability estimates of online marking. Journal of the Foreign Language World, 1, 69-76.

Wang, Y. (2004). A study of online marking of CET compositions. Journal of the Foreign Language World, 5, 74-79.

Wang, Y. (2004). An introduction to the prototype CET Online Essay Marking System. Journal of the Foreign Language World, 4, 67-73.

Wang, Y. (2004). English magazines = motivation + improved EFL writing skill. English Teaching Forum 42 (1): 24-29.

Wang, D. & Wang, Y. (2004). Reflections on the status quo and development of translation studies. Journal of Foreign Languages, 1, 69-74.

Wang, Y. & Wang, D. (2004). Chinese-English Translation Technique: The translation of multiple attributes and long attributes. Teach Yourself English, 1, 39-41.

Conference Presentations:

Wang. Y. (2012). Effective Teaching of an English Video Course. Nanning: Conference on Classroom Teaching of English in Colleges and Universities in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

Wang. Y. (2012). Elements of Effective Teaching of English. Chendu: Expert Forum for College Deans and Directors of Departments of English, Ministry of Education.

Wang. Y. (2011). Theory and Practice of Teaching an English Video Course. Shanghai: Expert Seminar on English Teaching at Institutions of Higher Learning: for Young and Middle Aged Core Teachers, Ministry of Education.

Wang. Y. (2010). Exploring Effective Teaching of an English Video Course. Shanghai: Teacher Training Seminar for Young and Middle Aged Core Teachers of English, Chinese Research Center of Foreign Language Materials and Teaching Methodology.

Wang. Y. (2010). What is the Best Practice of Teaching? Guiyang: Academic Forum on College English Teaching in Guizhou Province.

Wang. Y. (2009). How to Achieve Success in Teaching Spoken English. Shanghai: Expert Seminar on English Teaching at Institutions of Higher Learning: for Young and Middle Aged Core Teachers, Ministry of Education.

Wang. Y. (2008). Reflections on Teaching a Multimedia-based English Video Course. Shanghai: Expert Seminar on English Teaching at Institutions of Higher Learning: for Young and Middle Aged Core Teachers, Ministry of Education.

Books
Wang, Y. (2014). Marking Reliability and Online Marking of Compositions Produced on Large-scale English Language Examinations-An Empirical Study. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Coursebooks:

Chief writer. (2018). Progressive English for Vocational Colleges (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 1). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Chief writer. (2018). Progressive English for Vocational Colleges (Student’s Book) (Book 1). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2015). New Century College English-Listening and Notetaking Skills (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 1 - Book 2). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2015). New Century College English-Listening and Notetaking Skills (Student’s Book) (Book 1 - Book 2). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2012). New Century College English-Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 1 - Book 4) (3rd edition). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2012). New Century College English-Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Student’s Book) (Book 1 - Book 4) (3rd edition). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2010). New Century College English -Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 6). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2010). New Century College English -Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Student’s Book) (Book 6). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2009). New Century College English -Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 5). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Major writer. (2009). New Century College English-Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Student’s Book) (Book 5). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Cowriter. (2009). New Century College English-Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 1 - Book 4) (2nd edition). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Cowriter. (2009). New Century College English-Learning to Speak: An English Video Course (Student’s Book) (Book 1 - Book 4) (2nd edition). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Cowriter. (2008). New Century College English-Video Course (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 4). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Cowriter. (2008). New Century College English-Video Course (Student’s Book) (Book 4). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Cowriter. (2007). New Century College English-Video Course (Teacher’s Manual) (Book 1 - Book 3). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

Cowriter. (2007). New Century College English-Video Course (Student’s Book) (Book 1 - Book 3). Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Education Press.

 

 

Xiaoyan Zheng

Email: xyzheng@sandau.edu.cn
Phone Number: 13564900672
Department Name: Department of foreign language

Office Location: 10410

Background Information:

2020-2021: Visiting scholar in English Education Department, Teachers College, Columbia University

2006, Master of Arts (MA), University of Reading, UK, English Language Teaching

2005, Bachelor of Arts (BA),University of Hertfordshire, UK, English Language and communication

Courses taught:

Extensive Reading, Intensive Reading, English News Listening, English for Tourism, Survey of English-speaking countries 

Research:

Study on the Methodology of Teaching News English Listening. (2014—2015) supported by Shanghai Sanda University.

Articles in Jounals:

Zheng, Xiaoyan (2019) Brief Analysis of Three Woman Characters in Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Home Drama. (issue 326)

Zheng, Xiaoyan (2018) On the Changes of British Society in Downtown Abbey. Home Drama. (issue 274) p. 91

Zheng, Xiaoyan, (2016) Different Ideas on Marriage from Comparing Blue Jasmine and Match Point. Home Drama. (issue 224) p.121

Zheng, Xiaoyan (2015). Analysis and Reflection of Extensive Reading Course. Kaoshizhoukan. (Issue 83) P. 86

Zheng, Xiaoyan (2014) On the self-learning strategies and skills of English news listening. Kaoshizhoukan. (Issue. 17)

Zheng, Xiaoyan (2014) A Brief analysis of the teaching strategies and the cultivation of critical thinking in the survey of English-speaking countries. Wenjiaoziliao. (Issue 17) P. 168

Zheng, Xiaoyan (2009),Evaluation of 2008 National English Achievement Test (NEAT) of Grade Eight (Winter). English Language Testing Research, April( issue 31)

Xi Danyun & Zheng Xiaoyan (2008),Review and Analysis of Reading Tests in TEM-8 (2005-2008), English Language Testing Research, June(Issue 21).

 Awards/ Honors:

2018. Shanghai Sanda University, School of foreign language, third prize of teaching contest

2016. Shanghai Sanda University, School of foreign language, prize for scientific research.

2014. Shanghai Sanda University, excellent employee

 

Danyun Xi

Lecturer

Email: danyun11@hotmail.com

Phone Number: 68681740 -10409

Department Name: Department of English, Foreign Languages School

Office Location: 10409, Jinhai Campus

Background Information:

Master of Education, 2007, The University of Sydney, Australia

Bachelor of Arts, 2004, Shanghai Normal University

Courses Taught

Intensive Reading(I, II)

Extensive Reading(III, IV)

Listening Course(I, II, III, IV)

Advanced Listening Course (V)

Researches:

Course Development Project---English Extensive Reading (2010-2012), supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, major investigator.

Research on Employment of Video Clips in Teaching Listening Course (2011-2012), supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, chief investigator.

Research on Intensive Reading (2012-2014), supported by Sanda University, chief investigator.

Awards:

Paper Employment of Video Clips in English Listening Courses, finalist award of 2012 annual session of Shanghai Foreign Language Teaching Technology Commission

Publications

English Reading Skills in Use (Co-author), National Defense and Industry Press, Beijing, 2013, ISBN: 978-7-118-08800-7

Subtitle Translation Strategies of MODERN FAMILY,Writer Magazine, April(Issue 530), 2013.

Review and Analysis of Reading Tests in TEM-8 (2005-2008), English Language Testing Research, June(Issue 21), 2008.

 

Haiyan Men

Lecturer

Email: haiyanmen@gmail.com

Phone Number: 13795395651

Department: Department of English, Faculty of Foreign Languages

Office Location: 10406, Jinhai Campus

Educational background:

PhD, 2015, Birmingham City University

MA, 2011, Henan Normal University

BA, 2008, Henan Normal University

Courses taught:

Intensive Reading, Extensive Reading, Language practice and training

Academic papers published:

A Corpus-based Analysis of Chinese EFL Learners’Adverb/Adjective Collocation Errors

        in English Writing. Internet fortune , 2010(4), pp. 108-109.

On the Attitudes of Female Teachers in Web News Headlines. People’s Forum, 2011 (1): 188-189.

On the Semantic Prosody of Career Women in Chinese Web Reportage [J]. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature, (2012)(7): 80-89.

A Corpus-Based Comparative Study of the English Translation of the Collective Classifier“Qun” in Hong Lou Meng. Foreign Language and Literature Research, 2018 (4):92-102.

Research on the Discourse Construction of the Belt and Road Initiative in China Daily. Journalism Lover, 2020(1): 82-84.

Publication:

Vocabulary Increase and Collocation Learning: A corpus Based Cross-sectional Study of Chinese Learners of English. Springer Nature and Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press 2018.

Awards:

Excellent Teacher, 2017, Faculty of Foreign Languages;

2nd Prize in the Outstanding Scientific Research Award, 2017, Sanda University;

Excellent Teacher, 2018, Sanda University

 

Zhixia Yang

Lecturer

Email: zhixiayang78@163.com

Phone Number: 68681740-10402

Department Name: Department of English, Foreign Language School

Office Location: 10402, Jinhai Campus

Background Information:

2013.9-2017.8 PhD in Linguistics, Birmingham City University, the UK

2006.7-2008.6 MA in English Literature and Linguistics, Shanghai International Studies University

1995.9-1999.7 B.A in English, Shanghai International Studies University

Causes taught:

Intensive Reading, English Grammar and Writing, Academic Writing; Advanced Interpretation; English News Listening; Introduction to English speaking countries; Foreign newspaper reading;

Researches:

Research on the Individual Differences of the Motives for the College English Learners and the Influential Factors (2012.6-2013.6) supported by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, Chief Investigator

Exploration on the International Practice of the Private Universities (2010.2-2012.2) supported by Shanghai Educational Commission for Private Universities

Research on the Teaching Approach Combining in-class Learning with English-learning Tools in Social Media under the Background of internet+ Era (2018.2-2019.2)supported by Sanda University

Awards:

Excellent contributors in Education, 2019, Shanghai Sanda University

Excellent Teacher of 2010,2017, Shanghai Sanda University

Excellent Researcher of 2018,2019,2020 of Shanghai Sanda University

Publications:

Books published

Everybody’s Fool (Translator) Zhongxin Publishing house, Shanghai, 2020. ISBN:978-7-5217-0875-2

Rhetorical Questions and Relevance Theory, Shanghai Jiaotong University publishing house, Shanghai, 2018 ISBN:978-7-313-19066-6

Business English Reading and Writing, Shanghai Jiaotong University publishing house, Shanghai, 2011, ISBN:978-7-313-07237-5/H

Papers

Interpretation of Narrative Styles of Contemporary Indian Inspirational Films, Sanda University Research and Development, 2019, Vol.4

An Analysis of Metaphorical Expression of Game and Symbiosis in Paddington Bear I and II, IELSS, 2019

The Interpretation of Literary Works and Relevance Theory-in the case of Everybody’s Fool, SSEHR, 2018

A Relevance Theoretic Analysis of Jokes as Humorous Language, English Square (Academic studies), 2017.

A General Introduction to Studies on Rhetorical Questions, Oversea English, 2017

A Study on the Practice and Tendency of International Education of Private Universities, Educational Modernization, 2017,

An Interpretation of Ostensive Behaviors in the Girl Wearing Pearl Earrings from the Perspective of Relevance Theory, Writers, 2015(4), vol.554

A Study on the Influential Factors of the Motives of College English Learners and its Enlightenment on English Teaching, University Education, 2013.9

Construction of a Teaching Model Featured by Independent Learning under the Context of Internet Development, Forum of Education and Teaching, 2013.1

 

Jiangtao Ze

Assistant

E-mail: 1029328830@qq.com

Phone Number: 13636653898

Department Name: Department of English

Background Information:

Master of Translation and Interpretation, 2018, Jiangsu Normal University, English Translation

Bachelor of Art, 2016, Jiangsu Normal University, English (Finance)

Courses Taught:

Intensive Reading(III, IV)

Extensive Reading(III, IV)

English Grammar and Writing(III, IV)

Language Practice and Training (III, IV)

Researches:

Research on Translator’s “Creative Treason” in Literature Translation (2019-2020), supported by Sanda University, chief investigator.

Articles:

Jiangtao, Z. (2018). On Translation of Color Words in Pai Hsien-yung’s Wandering in the Garden, Walking from a Dream from the Perspective of Functional Equivalence Theory. Overseas English, 19, 157-159.  

 

Jingyu Sun

English Department

Foreign Languages School of Sanda University

Email: jsun23@163.com

Background information:

New York State certified teacher in the U.S..

Master of Science in Teaching (MST), 2018, Fordham University, New York City, U.S..

Master of Science (MS), 2017, Fordham University, New York City, U.S..

Bachelor of Arts (BA), 2015, Inner Mongolia University, Hohhot, China.

Courses taught:

Extensive Reading, Intensive Reading, Primary English Teaching Design, English Listening Course.


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