Annick Huiching Chen is a Mandarin and French teacher at Abraham Lincoln High School. Annick currently chairs the World Language Department and trains teachers in Comprehension-Based Methods for World Languages in Denver Public Schools. She is our newest Mandarin teacher. She has been invited to teach a Fluency Fast Mandarin class at the Colorado Congress of Foreign Language Teachers next February.
Annick earned her Bachelor' s Degree in French from the National Central University in 1993 in Taiwan. She continued her education in Art and English, and worked on a French Secondary teaching license at the Community College of Denver and at the University of Northern Colorado. Annick earned her Master' s Degree in Visual Arts in 1998 from the University of Northern Colorado.
She taught English as a Second Language for seven years at Abraham Lincoln High School with Denver Public Schools, and currently teaches French and Chinese there. Five years ago, she established the Chinese program at Abraham Lincoln High School. Among her various achievements, she has been elected Teacher of the Month and Teacher of the Week and was nominated by the principal and faculty for the Mile High Teacher Award for 2006-2007.