Limei Shan

Teaching Associate Professor
Williams Hall, Room 404

Limei Shan earned her B.A. in Russian from Northeast Normal University in ChangChun, China, her M.A. in Education from East China Normal University in Shanghai, her M.ED. in Globalization and Educational Change with a concentration area in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) from Lehigh University, and recently received a TCSOL certification from the Columbia Teachers College.  She joined Lehigh University as an Adjunct lecturer and now she is a teaching associate professor of Chinese in the Modern Languages and Literatures Department. She teaches all levels of Chinese language classes at Lehigh, shouldering a large part of the Chinese section language curriculum. In addition to her semester teaching duties, she is a co-leader of the Lehigh in Shanghai program. Prof. Shan’s research interests focus on Distance Teaching Techniques Applied to the Chinese Language, task-based language teaching (TBLT), digital learning, and technology enhanced language learning. 


Courses Taught:

Beginning Spoken Chinese 

Beginning Chinese Reading and Writing

Intermediate Chinese Reading and Writing

Intermediate Spoken Chinese

Advanced Chinese Reading & Writing

Advanced Spoken Chinese

Advanced Intermediate Chinese Skills 

Newspaper Readings in Chinese

Chinese Fiction

Business Chinese (Intermediate and Advanced)

Survival Chinese

Chinese short stories

Writing Skills in Chinese

Advanced Readings in Chinese