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Title: 第一語言漢字教學現況及其對華語文教學的啟示
Chinese Character Teaching for L1 Learners and Its Bearing on Teaching Chinese to L2 Learners
Authors: 張金蘭
Contributors: 彰化師範大學文學院
Keywords: 華語教學;漢字教學;漢字圈/非漢字圈;識字教育
Teaching Chinese as a second language;Chinese character teaching;The Sinophone world/ non-Sinophone world;Literacy education
Date: 2014-03
Issue Date: 2015-07-23T10:01:20Z
Publisher: 彰化師範大學文學院
Abstract: 近年來興起一股中文熱,學習華語的外籍人士有逐漸增加的趨勢。由於學習目標、語言背景及個人特質等差異,對於漢字掌握程度的不同會直接影響到華語的學習,因此可將漢字教學視為華語文教學的一大關鍵。
Chinese learning is on the increase in recent years with more foreigners learning the language. It is affected directly by the level of Chinese character comprehension due to the difference of a learner's objectives, language background and individual's personality, therefore, Chinese character teaching plays a key role in teaching Chinese as a second language. Chinese character-based language pedagogy of the world is assigned the task of Chinese character teaching. For instance, teaching Chinese as a first and second language is undergoing various forms of character teaching in China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea and abroad. The pedagogies include Chinese character teaching for L1 learners of native Chinese, Japanese and Koreans and Chinese character teaching for L2 learners of Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Given the premise, this paper intents to investigate and compare Chinese character teaching as a first language in the hope of shedding light on teaching Chinese as a first and second language.
Relation: 彰化師範大學文學院學報, 9: 11-36
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