Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Research Areas：Sustainability and the Transition to the Circular Economy, Social Design, Digital Crafts
Speech Title：Filling the Gaps: Memory Re-Invented
Abstract：Abandoned quarries and former industrial spaces, not only represent wounds to urban settings and landscapes, but also fall into oblivion. Emptied of the original substance that made them live, they float in a timeless dimension. How to re-activate those spaces, and to create new narratives that engage with a contemporary audience?
Prof. Guiyun Guan
Northwest Minzu University/ School of Foreign Languages, China
Research areas: Education, Linguistics
Speech title: On English Word Teaching from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguisitics
Abstract: Words consist of sound, form and meaning. So in the process of studying English, only when a person has known the sound, form and meaning of a word can he/she master the word. But which part is first activiated in the process of word recognition is often a hot issue in the field of cognitive linguistcs. So the address introduces some research methods of cognitive linguistics and a trial related to word recognition. In the trial a route of processing English words was constructed, on which an effective English word teaching method was put forward.
A. Prof. Olga Predushchenko
Jiujiang University / Department of Foreign Languages, China
Research areas: Education, Educational Psychology, Language Education
Speech title: Personalized Teaching Model of “Russian as a Foreign Language” in Large-In-Number Classes of Chinese University Students Majoring in Arts from the Position of System-Activity Approach
Abstract: This study investigates the effectiveness of a teaching model, offered in the context of the System-Activity Approach, upgraded with personalized teaching elements in the academic course “Russain as a Foregn Language” at the pre-intermediate level for Chinese University students majoring in Arts. The main goal is to improve a didactical set for a university teacher suitable for teaching each individual student in the condition of typical for China large-in-number classes of students. In purpose to achieve high academic results by organizing and managing personalized in-class activity of each learner, a method of system analysis in teaching Russian at the stage of interiorization of academic knowledge is implemented. The didactic set is enriched with teaching materials of systemic-type orientation schemes and action orientation matrix. The personalized model is practically used in Jiujiang University, China.
A. Prof.Jordan Yan
Lin Fengmian Academy of Fine Arts, JiaYing University, China
Research areas: Museum architecture, cultural institutions and urban strategy, Chinese museum development
Speech title: Research on Semantics of Cultural & Creative Design
Abstract: How do we recognize various spaces? How do designers and architect begin their spatial project? Are there any universal approaches to create spaces? This presentation tries to answer for those questions by introducing some elements in spatial design. Regardless of time and region, there are several principles that have been used by designers in creating space. This talk will explore light, size, shape, color, material, and proportion as fundamental elements of design and explore each one with examples. Hopefully, it can contribute to understanding communication techniques in spatial design.
2023 2nd International Conference on Comprehensive Art and Cultural Communication (CACC 2023) http://iccacc.net/