Han Ye, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Chinese
Phone: 724-503-1001, Ext. 3397
Ph.D., University of Florida,
M.A., Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan,
B.A., Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China
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Dr. Han Ye is an assistant professor of Chinese in the Department of Modern Languages. She is an experienced professional in the field of teaching Chinese and Japanese as a Second Language. She has taught learners of various language backgrounds and age groups in several Asian countries (China, Japan, and Singapore) before coming to the United States in 2005. In 2011, she was an invited guest lecturer to teach STARTALK Workshops to K-12 Chinese Language Instructors at the University of Florida.
Dr. Han Ye’s research interests include second language acquisition, with a focus on feedback from an interactionist approach; Chinese heritage language learners; Chinese language teaching pedagogy, and sociolinguistics. She has presented her research at AAAL, SLRF, ACTFL and other major linguistics conferences. She has published papers on recasts, Chinese pedagogy, and technology in Chinese language learning. For more information please visit her professional website www.HanYeLaoshi.com.