Catherine Liu earned her undergraduate degree in Chinese Language and Literature from Nankai University in 2002. She completed an M.A. with a concentration in Linguistics and Chinese Pedagogy at the Beijing Language and Culture University in 2006. She has given presentations on Chinese linguistics at multiple international conferences. She currently teaches courses in Chinese language.
B.A. 2002, Chinese Language and Literature, Nankai University
M.A. 2006, Linguistics & Chinese Pedagogy, Beijing Language and Culture University
Areas of Research/Interest
Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
Misguided and Misleading: Critics on Some Research on Teaching Chinese Characters to Speakers of Other Languages
21st International Conference on Chinese Instruction and Teaching Material
Philological Knowledge and Teaching Chinese at Upper Level
ACTFL Annual Convention
Grammar: A Functional Perspective
Annual Convention of Teaching Chinese as a 2nd Language
Tradition and Innovation: Linguistic Analysis, Textbook and Instruction
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Convention