Marsha  Chan

Faculty, ESL

Marsha Chan began teaching at Mission College in January 1983 as an associate faculty member, and she has been on the full-time faculty since January 1986. She is passionate about guiding learners in developing their language skills. While teaching any of the courses in the ESL curriculum, (listening and speaking, grammar and writing, reading and vocabulary, pronunciation, and ESL for child care), she takes great pleasure in enhancing learning activities with current technology. She has won numerous awards for excellence in teaching and presenting in teacher training contexts.

Education

B.A. French, B.A. Art, Stanford University
M.A. Curriculum and Instruction, with an emphasis on Foreign Language and Bilingual Education, Stanford University

Honors and Awards

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2014 Mission College Faculty Recognition for Excellence in Teaching award recipient

2014 Mission College Faculty Recognition for Publication and Presentation Excellence award recipient

2010 Mission College Faculty Recognition Award for Publication and Presentation Excellence award nominee

2006 Mission College Faculty Recognition Award for Publication and Presentation Excellence award nominee

2004 Mission College Excellence in Service to the College award nominee

2003 David R. Pierce Faculty Technology Award nominee

2002 Mission College Faculty Recognition for Publication and Presentation Excellence Award recipient

1996 National Institute for Staff and Organizational (NISOD) Excellence Award recipient

1995 Mission College Faculty Recognition for Service to the College Excellence Award recipient

1994 National Institute for Staff and Organizational (NISOD) Excellence Award recipient

1988 Mission College President's Award recipient

Mission College Courses Taught

ESL 920 High Beginning English as a Second Language
ESL 930ECC for Child Care, Part 1 (formerly 930CC-A)
ESL 940ECC ESL for Child Care, Part 2 (formerly 930CC-B)
ESL 930GW High Beginning Grammar & Writing
ESL 930LC High Beginning Listening & Culture
ESL 930LS High Beginning Listening & Speaking
ESL 930RV High Beginning Reading & Vocabulary
ESL 940GW Low Intermediate Grammar & Writing
ESL 940LC Low Intermediate Listening &s Culture
ESL 940LS Low Intermediate Listening & Speaking
ESL 940RV Low Intermediate Reading & Vocabulary
ESL 950GW Intermediate Grammar & Writing
ESL 950LS Intermediate Listening & Speaking
ESL 950PL Intermediate Pronunciation & Listening
ESL 950RV Intermediate Reading & Vocabulary
ESL 960LS High Intermediate Listening & Speaking
ESL 970AM Accent Modification
ESL 970LS Advanced Listening & Speaking
ESL 970G Advanced Grammar & Editing
CA 046C Introduction to Microsoft Powerpoint for Speech Communication
CA 046D Introduction to Microsoft Powerpoint
CA 046E Intermediate Microsoft Powerpoint
and custom courses for workplace clients

Fast Facts

Fifth generation Chinese American

Primary language: English. Additional languages: French, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Cantonese

Author of print and digital learning materials

 

 

Marsha Chan

Marsha Chan
phone: 408-800-5314
email: marsha.chan@wvm.edu
office: C1-126A

 

Fall 2014 Courses

8/23/14-12/13/14

ESL*930LC*34770 High Beginning Listening and Culture, online
ESL*940LC*34785 Low Intermediate Listening and Culture, online
ESL*970G*34822 Advanced Grammar and Editing, online

 

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