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Dr Ingrid Wang

QUT Business School,
Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations

Personal

Name
Dr Ingrid Wang
Position(s)
Lecturer
QUT Business School,
Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations
Discipline *
Language Studies
Phone
+61 7 3138 7738
Fax
+61 7 3138 1811
Email
Location
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Identifiers and profiles
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Qualifications

PhD in Chinese Linguistics (University of Queensland), MEd(EducationalStudies) (University of Queensland)

Professional memberships
and associations
  • Chinese Studies Association of Australia (CSAA)
  • The International Society for Chinese Language Teaching (ISCLT)
* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Ying Xian WANG (Ingrid) has a Master’s degree with the focus on foreign language teaching methodology and a PhD in Chinese Linguistics. Before she joined QUT as a lecturer in Mandarin Chinese, she taught Chinese respectively at University of New England (Australia), Nankai University (China) and University of Queensland (Australia). In her classes, students get not only high-quality and enjoyable experience of learning Chinese language, but also a taste of the exciting aspects of Chinese culture. She also has extensive experience in curriculum design, language unit development, course coordinating and lecturing for university degree students as well as for general community language classes.  She has worked many times on judge panels at Chinese Language Competitions such as Chinese Bridge and Shanghai Cup. In 2015 she received recognition as a Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

She is also an  IELTS Examiner (accredited by University of Cambridge) and a NAATI Level-3/professional-level translator (accredited by NAATI Australia) working both directions between Chinese and English. (IELTS: International English Language Testing System; NAATI: National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters) Her research interests are mainly on Chinese modal particles and modal adverbs which constitute a difficult area for learners of Chinese as a foreign language.

This information has been contributed by Dr Ingrid Wang.

Teaching

Subject area coordination:  AMPR Mandarin Program (QUT Business School)

1. Local units of the program:

  • AMB031 Mandarin 1 (Semester1, GP/Gardens Point Campus)
  • AMB032 Mandarin 2 (Semester2, GP)
  • AMB033 Mandarin 3  (Semester1, GP)
  • AMB034 Mandarin 4 (Semester2, GP)
  • AMB045 Chinese-English Translation for Buisiness 1 (Semester1, GP)
  • AMB046 Chinese-English Translation for Buisiness 2 (Semester2, GP)
  • AMB047 Chinese-English Translation for General Purposes 1 (semester 1, GP)
  • AMB048 Chinese-English Translation for General Purposes 2 (semester 2, GP)

2. In-country units of the program: Intermediate Level (12 cps each):

  • AMX033  (Semester 1 or Semester 2; Qingdao University, China)
  • AMX034 (Semester 1 or  Semester 2; Qingdao University, China)
  • AMX035 (Semester 1 or Semester 2; Qingdao University, China)
  • AMX036 (Semester 1 or Semester 2; Qingdao University, China)

Advanced Level (48 cps each):

  • AMX043 (Semester 1 or Semester 2; Qingdao University, China)
  • AMX044 (Semester 1 or Semester 2; Qingdao University, China)

Area of teaching: Chinese as a foreign language

  • AMB031 Mandarin 1 (Semester1, GP/Gardens Point Campus)
  • AMB032 Mandarin 2 (Semester2, GP)
  • AMB033 Mandarin 3  (Semester1, GP)
  • AMB034 Mandarin 4 (Semester2, GP)
This information has been contributed by Dr Ingrid Wang.

Publications

For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.