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Publications of Kun Shan C. Lee    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Books

  1. Lee, K-SC; Liang, HH; Jiao, LW; Wheatley, J, The Routledge Advanced Chinese Multimedia Course: Crossing Cultural Boundaries, 2nd Edition. (March, 2014), Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group (Expected publication date: Spring 2014.)  [abs].
  2. Carolyn K-S Lee (Chief eidtor), with Vivian Ling, Cornelius Kubler, and Hsin-Hsin Liang, Chinese as a Second/Foreign Language in the Study-Abroad Context. Reprint (October, 2010), Beijing University Press .
  3. Lee, CK; Liang, HH; Jiao, LW; Wheatley, J, Crossing cultural boundary: A multimedia advanced-Chinese course (January, 2010), Routledge Publication [The-Routledge-Advanced-Chinese-Multimedia-Course-isbn9780415774079]  [abs].
  4. Chinese as a Second/Foreign Language in the Study-Abroad Context, edited by Carolyn K-S Lee (Chief eidtor) et al. (Spring, 2008), Beijing University Press  [abs].
  5. K. Lee, Supplementary Materials for Elementary Chinese (Fall, 2002), Duke University .

Papers Published

  1. Lee, K-SC; al, E, Instructor’s Resource Manual for The Routledge Advanced Chinese Multimedia Course: Crossing Cultural Boundaries (March, 2014), Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group  [author's comments].
  2. Lee, K-SC, Evaluating the placement assessment in a CFL curricula at the University level (2014)  [abs].
  3. Lee, K-S, The Effect of a Content-Oriented, Task-based Approach for Advanced CFL Curriculum: Fostering Form and More, Proceedings of the International Conference on Chinese for Specific Purposes and Teaching Chinese Culture (June, 2012)  [abs] [author's comments].
  4. Lee, K-S, Chinese Society in the New Millennium (2009) [available here]  [abs].
  5. Lee, K-S; Li, J, Chinese Character Practice Website (2009) [html]  [abs].
  6. Carolyn Lee, Clare Tufts and Ingeborg Walther (In alphabetic order by last name), “Evaluation of the Foreign Language Requirement at Duke University” (2008) (Paper presented at the 30th Annual Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC) in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China. 25 – 28 June, 2008.) .
  7. Carolyn Lee, Liliana Paredes, Clare Tufts, and Ingeborg Walther (In alphabetic order by last name), “Evaluating the Foreign Language Requirement at Duke University” (2008) (Paper presented at the annual conference of American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL),Orlando, FL.) .
  8. Lee, KS, Evaluating the Effectiveness of Scaffolding in One-on-one Sessions of a Study-Abroad Program, in Chinese as a Second/Foreign Language in the Study-abroad Context, edited by Lee, K-S (Spring, 2008), Beijing University Press  [abs].
  9. Carolyn K-S Lee, Using Technology to Enhance the Teaching of Content-Based Business Chinese (November 17-19, 2006) (Paper presented at the annual conference of Chinese Language Teachers Association (CLTA), Nashville, TN.) .
  10. Li, J; Lee, K-S, The Graphic Factor in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese Characters, edited by Ling, V, The Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association (Jclta), vol. Volume: 41 no. No: 1 (2006), pp. 79-92  [abs].
  11. Li, J; Lee, K-S, The radicals’ importance for Chinese characters’ cognition, Journal of Chinese Teaching in the World, vol. vol 4 (Winter, 2005) (in press.)  [abs].
  12. Lee, K, Morphological instruction and Chinese character acquisition in CSL (2005)  [abs].
  13. Lee, K, Evaluating the Role of On-line Multimedia Teaching Materials for Upper-level Chinese Courses, in Proceedings of Operational Strategies and Pedagogy for Chinese Language Programs in the 21st Century: An International Symposium, edited by Teng, S-H; Hsin, S-C; Domizio, H-HL (2005), pp. pp304-309  [abs].
  14. Lee, KS, The dance of quality and quantity in a study abroad program: the Chinese case, In Institute of International Education (Iie) Networker (2004), pp. 29-31 .

Edited Volumes

  1. The Proceedings of the Southeast Conference on Chinese Lanaguage Teaching, edited by Wendan Li and Carolyn Lee (September, 2002) .

Other

  1. Lee, K-SC, Teaching cross-cultural communication in the CFL context (October, 2013), China and the World Conference: Diversity of Civilization and Cross-cultural Communication, National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina .
  2. Lee, K-SC, Best practices for a college Chinese Language program (September, 2013), 2013 Southeast Chinese Language Conference, Confucius Institute at NC State, Raleigh, NC .
  3. Lee, CK-S, “Articulating K-16 CFL/CSL Curriculum through Task-Based Instruction” (2012) .
  4. Lee, CK-S, “The suitability of task type in different social-cultural context” (2012) .
  5. Lee, K, “Scaffolding Culture through Online Multimedia Materials to Advanced Learners of Chinese as a Second Language” (January, 2011) (50th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Conference/Association for Asian Studies, January 16, 2011.) .
  6. Lee, K, “A Theme-based Multimedia Course for Advanced Learners of Chinese as a Second Language” (2011) (2011 International Conference on Chinese Textbook and New Teaching Resources, Columbia University, New York City, May 20-21, 2011..) .
  7. Lee, K, Blending Task-based Approach in Multimedia Content for Advanced Chinese (2011) (2011 annual conference of Chinese Language Teachers Association (CLTA) and American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Denver, CO, November 18-20, 2011..) .
  8. Lee, K, Scaffolding Culture through online multimedia materials to advanced learners of Chinese as a Second Language (2010)  [abs] [author's comments].
  9. Lee, CK-S, “Integrative approaches to enhance Chinese as a second language listening” (2010)  [author's comments].
  10. K. Lee, Using Technology to Enhance the Teaching of Content-Based Business Chinese” (2006)  [abs] [author's comments].
  11. Lee, K, Using Technology to Enhance the Teaching of Content-Based Business Chinese” (2006)  [abs].

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