|Statement||by James J. Wrenn.|
|Contributions||Center for Applied Linguistics., ERIC Clearinghouse for Linguistics.|
|LC Classifications||PL1068.U5 W7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||68066548|
This book offers historical, philosophical, and sociocultural perspectives on Chinese language education for speakers of other languages with a special focus on Chinese language education in the United States. Chinese Language Education in the United States (Multilingual Education) [Jiening Ruan, Jie Zhang, Cynthia B. Leung] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book offers historical, philosophical, and sociocultural perspectives on Chinese language education for speakers of other languages with a special focus on Chinese language education in the United 2/5(1). Chinese languages, mostly Cantonese, are collectively the third most-spoken language in the United States, and are mostly spoken within Chinese-American populations and by immigrants or the descendants of immigrants, especially in California and New York. Over 2 million Americans speak varieties of Chinese, with Mandarin becoming increasingly common due to immigration . TEACHING AND LEARNIN G CHINESE AS A FOREI GN LANGUAGE. IN THE UNITED STATES: TO DELAY OR NOT TO DELAY THE CHARACTER INTRODUCTION. by. LIJUAN YE. Under the Direction of Dr. John Murphy and Dr. Sara Weigle. ABSTRACT. The study explored whether or not to delay introducing Chinese characters as part of first year.
Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Language Teaching defines Chinese language teaching in a pedagogical, historical, and contemporary context. Throughout the volume, teaching methods are discussed, including the traditional China-based approach, and Western methods such as communicative teaching and the immersion program. This book will be the first account of the development of Chinese as a foreign language in the U.S., as it interacts with the relevant entities in China and beyond. There are virtually no systematic retrospective reflections on the field outside of the greater China region; and yet . Chinese as a foreign or second language is the study of the Chinese varieties by non-native speakers. Increased interest in China from those outside has led to a corresponding interest in the study of Standard Chinese (a type of Mandarin Chinese) as a foreign language, the official language of mainland China, Taiwan and r, the teaching of Chinese both . This book brings together a broad range of curriculum and instructional designs for Chinese language teachers, both novice and veteran. The volume features theme-based curriculum and student-centered instruction. It consists of eight themes with seventeen designs/chapters written by fourteen classroom : Xiaohong Wen.
It examines a wide range of important issues in Chinese teaching and learning: current state in teaching Chinese as a Second Language (TCSL) in the United States, US national standards for learning foreign languages K, policy making about how to meet the growing demand for Chinese language and cultural education with regard to a national Cited by: 4. Guofang Li is a Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Transnational/Global Perspectives of Language and Literacy Education of Children and Youth in the Department of Language and Literacy Education, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Canada. Her recent research interests are longitudinal studies of immigrant children’s bicultural and bi . Chinese teaching and learning in the United States has a long history. The first Chinese heritage language school was established in San Francisco in (1) Since then, Chinese language education in the United States experienced a rough and winding road. The effort of Chinese immigrants and the Chinese community is the biggest power to. Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language in China: A Profile, Lu Jianji and Zhao Yongxin \ 9. Globalization and Language Order: Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language in the United States, Minglang Zhou \ Educating Chinese Language Teachers - Some Fundamentals, Jane Orton \