Language Pedagogy

Language pedagogy encompasses theories and practices related to teaching second, foreign or heritage languages in a variety of institutional, cultural and political contexts. Current research, curricular developments, and instructional designs are focused on task-based language teaching,  content-based language instruction, community-based language learning and technology-enhanced language learning among others. These seek to facilitate acquisition of linguistic knowledge, development of interactional, interpretive and presentational skills, awareness and understanding of diverse cultural perspectives, and strategies for life-long learning.

Hitomi Endo

Associate Professor of the Practice in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Tianshu He

Lecturer in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern S

Maha Houssami

Lecturer of Arabic Language in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Hae-Young Kim

Professor of the Practice in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Kusum Knapczyk

Lecturer of Hindi Language of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Naoko Kurokawa

Senior Lecturer of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Kun Shan Lee

Professor of the Practice in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Yan Liu

Lecturer in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Mbaye Lo

Associate Professor of the Practice of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Shelli Plesser

Lecturer in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies