Senior Lecturer in Chinese
Office: 615 Kent Hall
Office Hours: On leave for the spring 2021 semester.
MA: Applied Linguistics, Teachers College, Columbia University
MA: TESL, Teachers College, Columbia University
BA: Education, National Taiwan Normal University
CHNS GU4014 Media Chinese
CHNS GU4015 Media Chinese II
CHNS GU4016 Fourth Year Chinese II
Second Language Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary Acquisition
Stylistic Features of Chinese Journalistic Language
Yuan-Yuan Meng is Senior Lecturer in Chinese. She is also a certified tester for the Chinese Oral Proficiency Interview by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Her research interests include formulaic language, formative assessment, second language reading, writing, and vocabulary acquisition, and stylistic features of Chinese journalistic language. Her most recent publications include “Written Corrective Feedback: A Review of Studies Since Truscott 1996,” “A curious Lexicographic Relic of the Cultural Revolution (co-authored with David Branner), and “A dynamic view on morphosyntactic accuracy and complexity in dyadic interaction.” She is currently completing a book manuscript, tentatively titled: A dictionary of Chinese idioms.
“Written Corrective Feedback: A Review of Studies Since Truscott 1996″ (Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 2013)
“A Curious Lexicographic Relic of the Cultural Revolution” (The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 2013; co-author)
“Syntactic yoga in Chinese-English lexicography” (Zhōnghuá zìdiǎnyánjiū, 2010; co-author)
Book Chapter David and Helen in China: An intermediate course in modern Chinese (Yale University Press, 1999; co-author)