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What's In a Name: Pronouncing Chinese Names is a Course

What's In a Name: Pronouncing Chinese Names

Ended Feb 27, 2020
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Term: Spring 2020

Date: February 27th, 2020

Time: 1:30pm - 3:00pm

Location: Torgersen 1100

Instructors: David Clubb & Mingzhi Li

Presented By: Cranwell International Center (CIC)

 

Description:

Did you know that pronouncing students’ names correctly is a signal that their names and identities are honored? This can foster a sense of belonging and build positive relationships in the classroom, which are crucial for healthy social, psychological, and educational outcomes. With more than 50% of the international undergraduate student population at VT being from China, learning to pronounce Chinese names is a great place to start. This session is designed to provide a basic guide to pronouncing Chinese names.

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