Rui Gao

Instructor, ChineseGao

Modern  Languages Building 116

Office Hours: Thursdays, 9:30 - 11:00

404-727-4916

rui.gao@emory.edu

Education:

Sept. 2009 - present, Beijing Language and Culture University, PhD candidate in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Main courses taken:

Event Semantics

Modern Chinese Grammar

Cognitive Linguistics

Study of the Historical Morphosyntax of Chinese

Study of Second Language Acquisition

Title of my dissertation: Study on Modality for the Mood Words of Modern Chinese (being writing)

 

Sept. 2003 - Jul. 2006, Beijing Language and Culture University, Master's degree in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

Main courses taken:

Study of Syntax & Semantics

Event Semantics

Study of Chinese Vocabulary

Basic Theory & Practice for Modern Chinese Grammar

Study on Language Teaching Methods

Study on Schools of Teaching Methods

Introduction to Chinese Teaching As a Second Language

Cognitive Psychology

Introduction to Chinese Language Proficiency Test

Introduction to Second Language Acquisition

History of Chinese Language

Introduction to Language Information Processing

Title of my dissertation: Study on Chinese Aspect Marker le, zhe and guo Acquisition by European and American Students