Min Yue

Teaching Fellow in Chinese

Contact details

  • Asian Studies
  • School of Literatures, Languages, and cultures



Room 2/4
19 George Square

Post code


Yue Min worked for several years as an English and Chinese teacher in China, after completing her BA in Language Teaching Methodology. She moved to the UK in 2009 to undertake an MA in Chinese/English Interpreting at Middlesex University, under the UK’s leading Chinese interpreter Dr Kevin Lin. Following a spell as an Interpreter and translator, Yue Min moved back into Chinese language teaching, working as a teacher and programme leader for the University of East London and London School of Economics. She became a full time Teaching Fellow at the University of Edinburgh in 2017, and is currently Course organizer for Chinese 2A. Her research interests lie in the fields of Language Teaching Methodology and Technology Enhanced Learning in language teaching.

Undergraduate teaching

Chinese 1 Presentation (integrated skills class)

Chinese 2A Communicative Practise & Reading and Writing & Grammar

Chinese 2C Reading and Writing

Chinese 4A Extensive Reading

Postgraduate teaching

Chinese Language 1A: Oral Tutorial

Chinese Language 1B: NPCR Tutorial

Open to PhD supervision enquiries?


Research summary

Yue Min’s areas of interest and research include:

* Online and blended learning.

* Flipped Learning in Higher Education language teaching.

* Task Based Learning in language teaching.

* Innovating feedback on student written work through Screen Capture software.

* Improving tutor-student dialogue via Online Student Response Systems such as Socrative.