Each language is a world of its own. Through teaching, I strive to inspire students to explore and embrace both the joys and challenges of a new world.
Lina Leung graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a BSocSc in Journalism and Communications. She also has a Masters in Spanish and English as Second/Foreign Languages from the Universidad de Alicante (Spain). Her master thesis focused on the use of graphic novels in teaching multiculturalism in the EFL classroom. She uses this background as a jumping off point to engage with students of different learning styles and interests. At the same time, she believes in the importance of developing practical language and analytical skills to excel in a competitive and globalized world.
- BSocSc (Journalism and Communication) The Chinese University of Hong Kong
- MA (Spanish and English as a Second/Foreign Language) Universidad de Alicante
Imagine a novel and a comic book had a baby, that would be a graphic novel. These novels are perfect for helping us improve vocabulary in a foreign language because they merge literary and visual elements — it is easier to understand both the drawings and words, especially unfamiliar ones. This equals less time looking up words in the dictionary and more time enjoying the… Read More