Hello everyone,

   Here Ms Wang Shujuan from China expresses most friendly greetings to all of all, my instructors and my colleagues.

  I have taught English for many years in Jilin University, however it is so necessary for me to have such a good opportunity to improve the knowledge and technology that an E-teacher needs from theory to practice. How I wish my educational background, Bachelor Degree in Language Literature and Master Degree in Education, and my teaching experience could make great contributions to the discussion on topics later in our English learning, which benefit my colleagues.

  Online course “Building Teaching Skills through the Interactive Web” connects us together from a wide range of countries, ethnicities, and cultures. To this extent, University of Oregon, Linguistics Department, American English Institute does a great meaningful job for us. I am sure all of us will study hard to cherish the opportunity to engage in the innovative distance-learning program that employs the latest in modern technology, and provide direct access to U.S. experts.

  Someday if you come to China as a tourist, I’ll be your guide. There is an old saying from Confucious, a Chinese greatest educator, “A friend coming from far away areas is my pleasure”.

                                                  Thank you

                                                   Shujuan Wang


2 Responses to “Introduction”

  1. Nadina Says:

    Hello and welcome in this virtual world where we are closer than we expected. We come form so many different parts of the world… sometimes I look at the map provided and I can’t help wondering and thinking about the great opportunity we have.

    I really liked you quotation: it’s so true, so real…

    All the best,

  2. Nilufar Says:

    Hello, Wang Shujuan.
    I like your blog – it is simple to follow and informative.
    As to your opinion about giving students meaningful task I realized that giving task to create a blog inEnglish language space would be strongly motivating, I had doubts about wherther the task would be complicating to my students.
    Thank you for your ideas in thread discussion

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