Shenglan Zhang, associate professor of Chinese, published an article, “A systematic review of pedagogical research on teaching Chinese as a foreign language in the United States – from 1960 to 2020.”
The article was published in Chinese as a Second Language Research (CASLAR). Zhang’s study investigates the research trends in Chinese language pedagogy in the U.S. by analyzing 122 empirical studies published in 25 peer-reviewed journals.
Chinese as a Second Language Research focuses on research regarding the acquisition, development, and use of Chinese as a Second Language. It supports scholars and researchers from different linguistic fields, and serves as a forum to discuss, investigate, and better understand Chinese as a Second Language.