Chinese Language Education Teacher Wins Praise

 July 28, 2020
Chinese Language Education Teacher Wins Praise
Wang Liangliang introduces traditional tea-making culture in her class in Huanggang, Central China's Hubei Province. [chinadaily.com.cn]

 

Among all students who major in Chinese language education, there is no doubt that Wang Liangliang is a special one, as her classes are broadly welcomed by students both at home and abroad.

The 2014 graduate of the International Education College at Wuchang Institute of Technology has devoted herself to teaching Chinese language.

In 2018, Wang became an international volunteer teacher, teaching Chinese at the Ratanaratbumrung school in Thailand.

During her half-year teaching stint in Thailand, Wang obtained the Excellent Chinese Language Teacher certification issued by Thailand's educational authority, and the honorary certification of volunteer teacher issued by the China National Office for Teaching Chinese of Foreign Language.

A year later, Wang returned home and worked as a volunteer teacher in Huanggang, Central China's Hubei Province.

"Wang's classes are not only vivid but also very rewarding. We all benefit from her classes," said one of Wang's students. According to Wang, the college life has helped her combine traditional culture with language teaching in her classes.

"The various courses offered by my college have helped me find a right direction in teaching," Wang said.

Wang's college, focusing on language study and education, provides many courses, like Chinese traditional paintings and calligraphy, tea art and paper-cutting.

"The courses have helped me to have a better understanding of Chinese traditional culture," she said.

 

(Source: chinadaily.com.cn)

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