To Prospective Graduate Applicants

The area in which I supervise PhD students is Applied Linguistics (in the Department of World Languages, Literatures & Cultures). Application info can be found at World Languages and Applied Linguistics Concentration
 

Teaching Experiences

For the past nine years, Danjie Su has taught Chinese language courses and content courses in Chinese linguistics, literature, and culture in both the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA and the School of Chinese as a Second Language at Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU), China. The courses included all levels of Chinese language courses and content courses in Chinese linguistics, literature, and culture, such as Elementary Chinese, Intermediate Chinese, Advanced Chinese through Film, Topics in Chinese Language and Culture, Introduction to Chinese Linguistics, Methods in Asian Linguistics, and Selected Readings in Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature. She coordinated the L2 Chinese Writing Program at SYSU. She advised three bachelor theses in second language acquisition at SYSU, two of which received Best Bachelor’s Thesis honors. She also participated in language pedagogical training of over two dozen graduate students in their Chinese teaching practicums at SYSU and UCLA. She received an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA in 2017.
 
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Over the past decade, Danjie Su has taught all levels of Chinese language as well as content courses in Chinese linguistics, culture, literature, & film and Asian linguistics in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA, the Department of World Languages, Literatures & Cultures at the University of Arkansas, and the School of Chinese as a Second Language at Sun Yat-sen University, China, where she coordinated the Chinese Second Language Writing Program. She also has language pedagogical training experience for graduate students. She received an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Asian Languages and Cultures Department at UCLA in 2017. Among her current projects on research-based language teaching is a Student Success Grant from the University of Arkansas.
 

Links for Chinese language students

Online Chinese Teaching and Learning Resources

Links for SLA graduate students