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    • Academic Communications in Eng...
    • EN908
    • Academic communications in English is a course focusing on task-based academic writing and oral presentation. The course is designed for developing students’ skills of researching in their academic discipline. Students are required to finish series of tasks of research projects and present to the class collaboratively.

      The course is designed to provide you with the metho...

    • 张荔
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 940
    • Selective Reading in Shakespea...
    • EN904
    • Subject Overview:
      This course aims at giving a broad introduction to Shakespeare's dramatic works from a variety of thematic, historical or formal vantages. Approaches taken to the plays may include a chronological introduction to the development of Shakespeare's plays with considerations of principal themes through a number of Shakespearean plays in historical context...

    • Li Cheng
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 929
    • American Culture Under the His...
    • HI904
    • The main concern of this course is continuity and concentration rather comprehensiveness. It tries to highlight the most significant figures and events in American history from the development of the colonies to the 20th century. Some minor happenings bubble around the major events, whose chronological sequence are strictly observed as carefully as possible, thus furnishing stu...

    • Matthew Xiaofei WEI
    • Spring , 2015
    • Credit. 2
    • 693
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    • Li Cheng
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    • Female
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    • cheng_li@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • Matthew Xiaofei WEI
    • Professor
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    • Male
    • E-mail:
    • xwei668@163.com
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    • Professor Matthew (Xiaofei) Wei, who obtained his Ph.D at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and went to Harvard University (2007) and Columbia University (2013-14) as a visiting scholar, is specialized in American literature and American history. He has single-handedly chaired several academic projects, international as well as national, among which, the National Project of Social Sciences (2011) and the Gilder Lehman Institute Project (New York, 2007) are of great moment.
      He has published a number of essays and authored several monographs. His book, A Panoramic History of American Civilization for Colleges, which was proofread by Prof. Howard Woods, a renowned Canadian linguist, and published by Peking University Press, the most prestigious university presses in China, is now of considerable influence in the country and has won twice the Distinguished Prizes of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and a first-rate Prize of Shanghai Municipal Committee of Education.
    • 张荔
    • Associate Professor
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    • E-mail:
    • zhangli@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • Li Zhang is an associate professor of School of Foreign Languages in Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. She earned her Ph. D in Applied Linguistics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2004. Her research interest is computer aided language teaching and learning, academic English writing and communication. She used to work in Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA) in the University of Minnesota as a visiting scholar for one year, mainly focusing on how technology helps writing instruction. She has joined UC Irvine School of Education as a Visiting Scholar to conduct collaborative research in Automated Writing Evaluation. She has many years of teaching and researching experience. She is currently teaching the course of academic communications in English and also engaged as a principal investigator in a research project entitled “An automated writing evaluation system supported by corpus, network and cloud technology” sponsored by the Chinese National Social Scie
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