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Linda Yu '12
Yu '12 Investigates Methods to Learn Chinese

Learning a second language is undoubtedly a challenging undertaking, and the pedagogical methods involved in teaching a second language can make the process easier or more difficult for students.  Linda Yu ’12 will spend this summer with Professor Hong Gang Jin, the William R. Kenan Professor of East Asian Languages, testing different pedagogical methods for teaching Chinese. Their project, “Attention to What? An Investigation on the Linkage Between Attention and Input,” is funded by an Emerson Summer Grant.  More ...

Riders race across the grasslands at a cultural center in Inner Mongolia.
Fulbright and Luce Fellows Travel to Inner Mongolia on ACC Program
Andrew Rogan ’10, Cristina Garafola ’11, and 13 students from colleges across the country participated this summer in the Hamilton-run Associated Colleges in China (ACC) Field Studies Program. The program aims to provide American undergraduates with opportunities to interact with rural children and educators in China in order to further advance their cultural understanding and improve their language proficiency. More ...
Seniors Chelsea Stone, Ashley Chang and John Garrison in China.
Students Experience Rural China in ACC Field Studies Program
Hamilton students Ashley Chang ’10, Chelsea Stone ’10 and John Garrison ’10, along with 13 other students selected nationally, were awarded grants to participate in Associated Colleges in China (ACC) Field Studies program this summer. The program’s purpose was to help students who have previously studied abroad in a language-intensive program in China retain their high level of Chinese ability. It also aimed to help American students develop a better understanding of rural China and the China that is situated “outside of study-abroad programs.” For seniors Chang, Stone and Garrison, this seemed like a deal too good to be true. 
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