Hsin-Yun Liu

Photo of Hsin-Yun Liu Department Foreign Languages Department 
 Office Creative Arts 204A
 Phone (415) 239-3875
 Mailbox A19
 E-Mail hliu@ccsf.edu
 Home Page http://fog.ccsf.edu/hliu/
 Fall 2012 
 Office Hours
 
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Fall 2012 Teaching Schedule
CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese 5.0
PREREQ.: CHIN 2 or 2B or demonstration of CHIN 2/2B exit skills. Requires an additional 2 hours.
72263 001 Lec MTWRF 11:10-12:00PM MUB A360 Deadlines Final Book CHIN 14A Mandarin for Spkrs of Oth Dial 3.0
Requires an additional 1 hour.
73662 001 Lec M W F 10:10-11:00AM ART U210 Deadlines Final Book CHIN 31A Inter Mandarin for Biling Stud 3.0
PREREQ.: Oral fluency in at least one Chinese dialect other than standard Mandarin and knowledge of approximately 800-1000 Chinese characters. Requires an additional 1 hour.
74579 001 Lec R 03:40-06:30PM ART U309 Deadlines Final Book CHIN 33 Chinese Culture Heritage Learn 3.0 76085 001 Lec T 01:10-04:00PM ART U316 Deadlines Final Book

B.A., National Taiwan University; M.A. & Ph.D., University of Cologne, Germany

Prof. Liu has been teaching at CCSF since Fall 2008

She is interested in weaving technology with learning theories and hands-on practice experience to promote language teaching/learning.

She believes that everybody can learn. She is also a firm believer of “learning by doing.” In particular, she believes that motivation and positive attitude will get us wherever we want to.

She is a member of European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL) and the Chinese Language Teachers Association of California (CLTAC).

Publications:
Liu, Hsin-Yun. 2006. “Revised Definition of Numeratives in Mandarin” in proceedings of NACCL-18: 413-431.
Hsueh, Su-Ling and Hsin-Yun Liu. 2005. “That which I do, I understand” in: Bridges: A publication dedicated to teaching the final learning objectives, Curriculum (19): 7-14.
Liu, Hsin-Yun. 2003. A Profile of the Mandarin NP: Possessive Phrases &> Classifier Phrases in Spoken Discourse. Muenchen: Lincom Europa.
Liu, Hsin-Yun. 1995. “Zur Syntax”, in: Kutscher, Silvia / Johanna Mattissen / Anke Wodarg (eds.). Das Mut'afi-Lazische (= Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Arbeitspapier 24 (N.F.)) Köln: Universität, pp. 97-111.
Hsin-Yun Liu, Martin Dlugosch, Huey-Shyu Kao (et al. Translators). Studieren und Leben in Deutschland. Ein Leitfaden für chinesische Studenten. Sankt Augustin: China-Zentrum, 1995, Wenzel-Teuber, Katharina (ed.).

Conference Presentations:
•FLANC Fall 2008
Presented the topic “Fun Grammar activities with SMARTBoard” on Nov. 8, 2008, UC Berkeley
•CCCFLC Fall 2008:
Presented the topic “Technology and Authentic Materials in the Foreign Language Classroom” on Oct. 24, 2008, CCSF
•DLI SWAP 2008, presented “Meaningful Tasks for Listening Comprehension:
Olympic Torch Relay 2008” on June 11, 2008, Monterey, DLI
•DLI Language Day 2008, workshop “Teaching Ideas for Educators”:
Co- Presented: “Designing individual homework with Microsoft
PublisherTM” with Amgad Ishak on May 16, 2008, Monterey, DLI
•FSD “Holiday program 2007”
Presented “SMARTBoard &> Fun grammar learning” on Dec 26, 2008, Monterey, DLI
•NACCL-18
The 18th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL -18), 23-25.06.2006, presented the paper: “Revised Definition of Numeratives in Mandarin” on 24.06.06 at the Western University, Bellingham, Washington
•FSD “Holiday program 2005” (28.12.05-06.01.06), co-presented the paper “that which I do, I understand” on 29.12.05 with Su-Ling Hsueh
•EACL-1
The 1st Meeting of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics, presented “Mandarin numerative: revised definition of classifiers and reclassification., EHESS Paris, June 10-11, 1999.





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