WEI Yunwei

Associate Professor & Director

Email: wyw@sandau.edu.cn
Phone Number: 50210924
Department Name: Department of College English Teaching

Office Location: Room 523 Building 10


Background Information

Master of Business Administration, 2007, Rider University, Management

Master of Arts, 1999, Liao Ning University, English Language and Literature

Bachelor of Arts, 1993, Liao Ning University, English Language and Literature


Publications

Wei Yunwei (2011). A Comparison of Mother and Morning Song. Journal of Literature

Wei Yunwei (2010). An Analysis of Suspense and Gap in Robert Frost’s Poems. Writer

Wei Yunwei (2009). An Analysis of the Heroines in Robert Frost’s Narratives.  Academic Journal of Northwest Normal University


Honors

2009:  Winner of Yu Cai Awards (Shanghai Municipal Education Commission)

2009: Third Prize Winner Teaching and Research Awards (Shanghai Municipal Education Commission)

2008:  First Prize Winner Mini-Lecture Competition of College English Teaching (Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press)

2008:  Excellent Teacher Award (Sanda University)



ZHANG Hongmin

Lecturer & Associate Director

Email: hmzhang@sandau.edu.cn
Phone Number: 20262693
Department Name: Department of College English Teaching

Office Location: Room 513 Building 10


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2006, East China Normal University, English Language and Literature

Bachelor of Arts, 2003, Shandong Normal University, English Language and Literature


Publications

Zhanghongmin (2008). A Study on the Cognitive Load of Computer-Assisted Language Learning. Academic Journal of Northwest Normal University

 


ZHANG Mei

Lecturer & Assistant Director

Email: 1007meimei@sina.com
Phone Number: 15000564297
Department Name: Department of Foreign Languages

Office Location: Building 10, 521


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2008, University of Essex, Sociolinguistics

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

Bachelor of Arts, 2000, Sichuan International Studies University, English Language and Literature


Honors

2018: Outstanding Adjudication Work in the 21st ‘FLTRP CUP’ National English Debating Competition (Nationals)

2016-2018: Excellent Teacher Award, Sanda University

2013: The 1st Shanghai Private University Teacher Teaching Competition, Excellence Award

2012: “Construction of the Second Classroom for College English” Teaching Achievement Award, First Prize, Sanda University

2011: Excellent Teacher Award, Sanda University

2006: Excellent Teacher Award, Sanda University

 

 

FENG Yu

Professor 

Email: fengyuist@gmail.com
Phone Number: 021- 20262693
Department Name: Department of Teaching English to Non-English Majors

Office Location: 10-515


Education

2010 Double 

major Ph.D.in Instructional Systems Technology & Educational Psychology (Learning, Cognition, Instruction), Indiana University, Bloomington, U.S.A.

2006 M.A. in Applied Linguistics/TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), Indiana University, Bloomington, U.S.A.

1990 B.A. in English Languages & Literature, Fudan University, Shanghai, P. R. China.

1988–1989 Exchange Student, School of English & English Language Unit, Leeds University, U.K. 


Teaching Experiences

2011 – present Professor. Department of Teaching English to Non-English Majors, School of Foreign Languages, Sanda University, Shanghai, China

2005 Instructor. English in the Evening program, Intensive English Program, Department of TESOL & Applied Linguistics, Indiana University, Bloomington, U.S.A.

2003 Associate Instructor. R547 (Computer-Mediated Learning), Distance Master’s program, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University, Bloomington, U.S.A.

1999 – 2001 Associate Professor. College English Center, School of Foreign Languages, Fudan University, Shanghai, China

1995 – 1999 Lecturer. College English Center, School of Foreign Languages, Fudan

University, Shanghai, China.

1990 – 1995 Instructor. College English Center, School of Foreign Languages, Fudan

University, Shanghai, China.


Research and Other Professional Experiences

2013 – present. Advisory Board Member. International Journal of Designs for Learning
(ISSN: 2159-449X), a peer-reviewed online publication of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT).

2011 – present. Consulting Expert. Shanghai Educational Testing Academy.

2008 – 2009 Research Associate. Leveraging Education Technology to Keep America Competitive, a national study sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education that examines how current and emerging technologies are being used in classrooms and how to prepare new teachers to best use these tools.

2003 – 2006 Editor. TechTrends, a peer-reviewed journal of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), published by Springer.

2002 – 2007 Graduate Assistant. Persistent Issues in History (PIH) Network, a secondary social studies project funded by National Endowment for Humanities (NEH), and Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).

1998 – 1999 Testing Committee Member. Shanghai Educational Testing Academy.

1996 – 2000 Materials developer. Award-winning, multimedia-supported Twenty-First Century English (Reading & Writing Coursebooks 1-4, Student Workbook 1), a project approved by the Ministry of Education, China and co-published by Fudan University Press (Shanghai) and Higher Education Press (Beijing).

1996 – 1998 Project Coordinator & Test Developer. Computerized COBET (Coursebook- based English Test), a national project commissioned and funded by the Ministry of Education, China.


Major Publications an Conference Presentations

Major reviser. Twenty-first century College English (Reading & Writing coursebook 1) (In press). Shanghai: Fudan University Press & Beijing: Higher Education Press.

English translator. A brief history of China (by Fan Shuzhi, Chapters 91-100) (guo shi gai yao) (In press), to be published by Harvard Square Publishing House, U.S.A. and Fudan University Press, China.

Single author. Scaffolding multivoiced deliberative discussion: An exploratory study of experienced American social studies teachers’ classroom discourse (2012). Shanghai: Fudan University Press.

Content contributor. The SAGE glossary of the social and behavioral sciences (2009). 30 entries (4475 words in total) pertaining to language teaching and learning, educational psychology, instructional design, and educational technology.

Content contributor. The parents guide for technology (2009), published by the U.S. Department of Education.

“Evaluation of the Persistent Issues in History Laboratory for Virtual Field Experience (PIH- LVFE).” Paper presented by the project team led by Drs. Tom Brush and John Saye at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL, April 2007

“Secondary social studies teachers’ scaffolding for initiating students into a technology- supported innovative history curriculum.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Dallas, TX, October 2006

“Using design-based research to study teachers’ evolving pedagogical models in complex technology-supported inquiry classrooms.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Dallas, TX, October 2006

“Designing activities to promote critical thinking in a graduate distance course.” Paper presented at the Ed-Media Conference, Montreal, Canada, June-July 2005

“Experiences from an online course: Voices of an instructor and three Asian students in a CALL graduate course.” Paper presented at the Ed-Media Conference, Montreal, Canada, June- July 2005

“Mitigation in two modalities: Making suggestions in face-to-face and online group collaboration.” Paper presented at the 16th International Conference on Pragmatics and Language Learning, Bloomington, IN, April 2005

“K-12 teachers’ pedagogical reasoning in planning instruction with technology integration.” Paper presented with Timothy Hue at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), Phoenix, AZ, March 2005 (Included in the Conference Proceedings)

“The negotiation and construction of identities: Narratives of nonnative teacher educators of English language teaching in the United States.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Long Beach, CA, April 2004


Professional Memberships

Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Honors and Awards

2010, spring Beechler Dissertation Scholarship, School of Education, Indiana University- Bloomington.

2008, May Mentee at the Professors of Instructional Design & Technology (PIDT) Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.

2007 Starr Fellowship, Office of International Programs, Indiana University.

2006 L. C. Larson Professional Development Award, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University-Bloomington.

2004 Professional Development Scholarship, TESOL.

2001 – 2005 Chancellor’s Fellowship, School of Education, Indiana University-Bloomington.

1999 Outstanding Young College Faculty Award,the Municipal Commission of Education, Shanghai, China.

 

FANG Xueqing

Associate Professor  

Email: xqfang@sandau.edu.cn
Phone Number:
Department Name: Department of College English Teaching

Office Location: Room 508 Building 10


Background Information

Ph.D, 2012, Shanghai International Studies University, English Language and Literature

Master of Arts, 1996, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, Business English Bachelor of Arts, 1993, Anhui University, English Language and Literature


Publications

Fang Xueqing (2015).  A Study on College English Teachers’ Use of Motivational Strategies. Shanghai Translation Publishing House

Fang Xueqing (2013).  An Empirical Study on College English Teachers’ Use of Motivational Strategies. Technology Enhanced Foreign Language Teaching

Fang Xueqing (2011). Reflections on Designing Task-based Learning Activities in CALL Classrooms Based on Cognitive Evaluation Theory. Technology Enhanced Foreign Language Teaching

Fang Xueqing (2009). An Empirical Study and Analysis of Non-English Majors in Extracurricular Autonomous Learning Via the Internet. Shandong Foreign Languages Teaching Journal

Fang Xueqing (2012). A Survey of Motivation Theories in Second Language Learning. Journal of Neijiang Science and Technology

Fang Xueqing (2008). Construction of Stereoscopic Teaching Mode of College English Intensive Reading Courses. Journal of Baoshan Teachers College

Fang Xueqing (2007). On the Cultivation of Students’ Autonomous Ability. Journal of Teaching and Management

Fang Xueqing (2007). Teaching Business English Correspondence Based on the Stylistic Features of Business Letters. Journal of Liaoning Administration College

 


GAO Haoxin

Associate Professor

Email: grace081@sina.com
Phone Number: 20262626-10529
Department Name: School of Foreign Languages

Office Location: Room 529 Building No.10


Background Information

Master of Arts,2004, East China University of Science and Technology, Applied linguistics

Bachelor of Arts, 2001, Ningbo University, English 


Publications

Haoxin Gao (2011) A Brief Analysis on the Modeling of Humanistic Spirit in The Fisherman and His Soul by Wilde, Masterpieces Review,12, 74-75.

Haoxin Gao (2011) The Building and Activation of Schemata in College English Reading Class. Master,10,144-146.

Haoxin Gao(2011) Error Analysis of the World ‘learn’ on the Basis of CLEC. Journal of Northwest Normal University.5,7-10

Haoxin Gao (2010) The Fossilization of the Teaching Language Used by Teachers of English and the Relevant Solutions, Teaching and Management, 8,132-134.

Haoxin Gao (2008) How to Improve Learners’ Pragmatic Competence in English Listening and Speaking Class with the Help of Cultural Context. Journal of Northwest Normal University. 6,249-251


Awards

2007: The Second Prize Shanghai Educational Method Association Symposium 


Honors

2008: The First Prize for excellence of pedagogy (SDU)

2006: Outstanding Teacher (SDU) 


Grants

2011: Grant for elite teachers of private universities in Shanghai

2008: Morning light Grant

2005: Grant for excellent fledgling teachers

 

  

GU Yanwei

Associate Professor

Email:xxs9612@163.com
Phone Number: 20262621-10531
Department Name: Department of Foreign Language

Office Location: 10531


Background Information

Master of Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, 2004, Shanghai Maritime University, Translation of Maritime and Business Documents

Bachelor of Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, 1992, Jilin Normal University, English Education


Refereed Articles

Gu Yanwei (2009). Relevance Theory of Translation and Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation. Salt Lake City: Academic Press.

Gu Yanwei (2009). Analysis of Movie Translation from the Target Audience. Movie Literature.

Gu Yanwei (2009). Output Hypothesis Theory: Exploration on English Teaching Model Optimization, China Adult Education.


Awards

2012: Excellent Teaching Achievements. Second Prize.

  


LING Yan

Lecturer

Email: angel121103@aliyun.com

Phone Number: 86-021-20262626-10533

Department Name: Department of English

Office Location: 10533


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2006, Harbin Engineering University, English Language and Literature

Bachelor of Arts, 2003, Harbin Engineering University, English


Articles

Ling Yan (2009). The application of tenor theory and its importance in discourse-based teaching. Journal of the Northwest Normal University (Social Sciences), 79-81.

Ling Yan (2009). On the application of discourse-based teaching into college English intensive reading. Developments and Prospects of English Teaching in China, 142-147.

  


LUO Xiuzhen

Lecturer

Email: lxiuzhen75@163.com
Phone Number: 13817794810
Department Name: Department of Foreign Languages

Office Location: 10519


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2004, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts, 1999, Shandong Normal University, Education in English


Publications

Activating college English classes with multi-media methods. Journal of Northwest University. 2010.5

Research on the application of Chinese in college English classes. Master. 2012.5


Book Chapters

Century Business English IV. 2005

Contemporary Practical English. 2006

Century Business English IV the 3rd edition. 2007


Projects and Research

Research on the application of Chinese in college English classes. Shanghai research funds for young college teachers.2005.12-2007.6.

Intensive English Project. Shanghai Key course Construction. 2007.9-2009.10.

Research and development of multimedia of Sanda University. Sanda University project. 2009-2010.

Teaching design for intensive teaching course using multimedia software. Shanghai research projects for backbone college teachers. 2012.6-2013.6.


Honors

2010: 'Best Staff' in Sanda University.

2008-2013: Representative in university faculty annual meeting. 

 


WU Huaying

Lecturer

Email: xiaowutong@139.com
Phone Number: 13818089306
Department Name: Department of Foreign Languages

Office Location: 511, No. 10 Building


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2004, East China University of Science and Technology, Intercultural Communication, Applied Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts, 2001, East China University of Science and Technology, English


Publications

Charlene Wu, 2009, A Survey on the Misuses of the Verb “Touch” in Chinese Learner English Corpus (CLEC), Journal of Northwest Normal University.

Charlene Wu, 2007, A Tentative Study of College English Teaching Mode Oriented to the Cultivation of Creative Talents, Journal of Language & Literature Research.

Charlene Wu, 2006, The Main Purpose of Teacher Is to Impart the Knowledge Imaginatively? Journal of Foreign Language Teaching and Research.


Projects

Charlene Wu, 2012-2013, The Construction of an Elective Course Culture and Language in English Movies for Non-English Major Students, Shanghai Special Research Fund for Core Teachers in Private Colleges.

Charlene Wu, 2005-2006, A Tentative Study of College English Teaching Mode Oriented to the Cultivation of Creative Talents, Shanghai Special Research Fund for Selection and Training of Outstanding Young Teachers in Universities.

 


XIE Yuzhen

Lecturer

Email: xiedong505@126.com

Phone Number: 13391319853
Department Name: Foreign Language College

Office Location: No. 10-527


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2006, Shanghai Maritime University , Foreign linguistics and applied linguistics

Bachelor of Arts, 2000, Zhejiang Ocean University , English Education


Refereed Articles

Xie Yuzhen. (2010). Long Conversation in CET4 listening comprehension from the perspective of Relevance. Journal of Northwest Normal University, 5, 196-199.

Xie Yuzhen. (2009). Emotion education in English Teaching from the perspective of Humanism. In Developments and prospects of English Teaching in China. Edited by Shen Huizhong, Yanyun.Shanghai:Fudan University Press.

Xie Yuzhen. (2008). Cultivating and fostering learning interests of Non-English-majors in listening and speaking. Foreign Languages Teaching and Translation, 52 (7), 57-59.



WANG Xiumei

Lecturer

Email: wang_xiu_mei@163.com
Phone Number: 133-9120-9155
Department Name: Department of Foreign Languages

Office Location: 10-519


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2004, East China Normal University, Translation Studies

Bachelor of Arts, 2001, East China Normal University, English Language and Literature


Book Chapters

Jiang, Hemei. (2008). Contemporary Business English—Listening and Speaking Course., East China Normal University Press.


Honors/Awards/Grants

2007: Excellent Faculty Member Award, Sanda University

2006: Excellent Teaching Award, Sanda University

  


ZENG Yaheng

Lecturer

Email: yhzeng@mail.sandau.edu.cn
Phone Number: 20262626
Department Name: Department of College English

Office Location: Rm.533, Bld.10, 2727 Jinhai Rd


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2003, East China Normal University, Linguistics and Literature in English

Bachelor of Arts, 2000, Shanghai Ocean University, Linguistics and Literature in English


 

Sophia Han

Lecturer

Email: spanglysophia@gmail.com
Phone Number: 13611921165
Department Name: Department of Foreign Languages

Office Location: 10# 521


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2004, Tongji University, Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts, 2001, Yantai Normal University, English Education

  


PANG Xiaosu

Lecturer

Email: pangxiaosu@hotmail.com
Phone Number: 13918665227
Department Name: Department of Foreign Languages

Office Location: Building 10, 527


Background Information

Master of Arts, 2006, Shanghai International Studies University, English Language and Literature

Bachelor of Arts, 2003, Qingdao University, English Education


Honors

2020: Excellent Tutor in the 3rd SIT Shanghai International Tournament 2020

2019: Excellent Tutor in the 22nd ‘FLTRP CUP’ National English Debating Competition (Regionals)

2019: Outstanding Adjudication Work in the 22nd ‘FLTRP CUP’ National English Debating Competition (Regionals)

2018: Outstanding Adjudication Work in the 21st ‘FLTRP CUP’ National English Debating Competition (Nationals)

2018: Excellence Award in the Shanghai University Teacher Teaching Competition, Sanda University Qualification

2018/2019: Excellent Tutor in the ‘FLTRP CUP’ National English Speaking Competition (Shanghai Regionals)

2015/2017: Excellent Tutor in the ‘21st Century CUP’ National English Speaking Competition (Shanghai Regionals)

2013/2015/2018/2019: Excellent Teacher Award, Sanda University

2012: “Construction of the Second Classroom for College English” Teaching Achievement Award, First Prize, Sanda University

 

 

SU Zhaohui

Lecturer

Email: zhaohui2010@163.com

Phone Number: 5246

Department Name: Department of College English

Office Location: Building No. 10, 517


Background Information

Master of Science, 2008, University of Hull, Business Management

The Class of Graduate Course for Advanced Studies, 2001-2003, Shandong Normal University, English Language and literature

Bachelor of Arts, 1994, Shandong Normal University, English Education

 

Honors

2009: Shanghai -Teaching Achievement Award

2008: Sanda University - Teaching Achievement Award

2006: Sanda University Excellent Teacher. 

 

 

CAO Limei

Lecturer

Email: janecao98@163.com

Phone Number: 15692152257
Department Name: English Department

Office Location: Room 511, Building 10


Background Information

Master of English Language and Literature, 2008, Shanghai International Studies University, Translation

Bachelor of English Language Teaching, 2002, Zhejiang Normal University, ELT


Refereed Articles

Cao Limei (2010). A Trend towards Computer-based CET-4 and CET-6 Testing and its Implication for College English Listening and Speaking Teaching. Journal of Northwest Normal University, 174

Cao Limei (2009). English Vocabulary Teaching—from “Passive” to “Active”. Popular Literature and Arts, 222, 180.

 


ZHANG Zhenyao

Teaching Assistant

Email: 406123895@qq.com
Phone Number: 17321106483
Department Name: Department of College English Teaching

Office Location: Room 510 Building 10

 

Background Information

Master of Arts, 2011, Shanghai University,Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts, 2008, Xiangtan University, English Language and Literature


Honors

2019: Second prize of the teaching contest of foreign languages college

2019: Third Prize of the teaching contest of Sanda University

 



MAO Yanjie

Teaching Assistant  

Email: yjmao@sandau.edu.cn

Phone Number: 17721346256

Department Name: Department of College English Teaching  

Office Location: Room 510 Building 10  

 

Background Information

Master of Commerce, 2017, RMIT University, Commerce

Bachelor of Arts, 2015, Sanda University, English Language and Literature  

 

Honors  

2019: Second prize of the teaching contest of Foreign Languages College



 

LIU Tianming

Teaching Assistant

Email: m18221808862@163.com
Phone Number: 18221808862
Department Name: Department of College English 

TeachingOffice Location: Room 510 Building 10 


Background Information:

Master of Arts, 2018, Shanghai Maritime University, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in Foreign Languages

Bachelor of Arts, 2016, Huaibei Normal University, English Language Teaching

 

Honors

2019: The third prize in the teaching contest of Foreign Languages College

2019: Outstanding trainee in class for research and advanced study (Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press)


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