3 edition of Teaching and learning Chinese in global contexts found in the catalog.
Teaching and learning Chinese in global contexts
|Statement||edited by Linda Tsung and Ken Cruickshank.|
|Contributions||Tsung, Linda T. H., 1953-, Cruickshank, Ken.|
|LC Classifications||PL1065 .T43 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010001106|
Teachers’ Books series, consisting of 19 books. As well as these foreign works, some Chinese scholars also write in English. Examples of book length works are: Language contact and lexical borrowing of English and Chinese: A comprehensive study (Hu, ), Applied linguistics: Language learning and teaching . In the current, global context, teaching and learning are complex processes. Darling-Hammond (b) noted: There is a little room in today's society for those who can not manage complexity, find File Size: KB.
Summary: This book examines teaching and learning in Chinese societies and advances understanding of the Chinese learner in changing global contexts. Key emerging themes emphasize transcending . Teaching English in Global Contexts. Sponsoring Unit Website: School of Linguistics and Language Studies. If you are interested in a career in teaching English abroad, or you are interested in the powerful position of English as a means of international communication, the Teaching English in Global Contexts .
Bringing together educators from a range of backgrounds--psychology, sociology, social work, counseling, and teaching--this volume shows how Asian cultural values and beliefs can provide a lens through which to understand and envision how curriculum and pedagogy can be creatively adapted, not only in a local Chinese classroom context, but in a global context Author: Betty C. Eng. MYP Global Contexts Teaching and learning in the MYP involves understanding concepts in context. Global contexts provide a common language for powerful contextual learning, identifying specific File Size: KB.
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"This book has, for the first time, brought together specialists from around the globe to discuss issues related to the topics of learning and teaching Mandarin Chinese (Putonghua/Guoyu/Huayu) in the global : Hardcover.
About Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts Although there is an extensive literature on the teaching of English as a Second or Other Language, there is very little published research on the teaching or learning of Chinese in similar contexts.
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> Academic > Linguistics > Second Language Acquisition > Teaching and Learning Chinese. About this book This book examines teaching and learning in Chinese societies and advances understanding of ‘the Chinese learner’ in changing global contexts.
Teaching and learning Chinese in global contexts: multimodality and literacy in the new media age / edited by Linda Tsung and Ken Cruickshank Continuum London ; New York Wikipedia Citation.
Sharing the stories of educators working in a diverse range of international contexts, Being a Teacher uses personal narratives to explore effective teaching and learning in global. The book focuses on teacher narratives as a vehicle for consideration of teacher professionalism, and as a way of understanding issues which are important to teachers in different contexts.
By sharing and analysing these narratives, the book discusses the increasing complexity of teaching Cited by: 1. Abstract This chapter describes an attempt to introduce e-learning to a group of language teacher educators in a traditional Chinese context.
It reports on the strategies adopted in a one-year teaching Cited by: 2. This book investigates inherent, structural differences in the Chinese and English writing systems which predispose learners from childhood to develop specific literacy-learning strategies, which can impair later efforts at learning.
Anderson, T. [Review of the book Teaching and learning Chinese in global contexts: Multimodality and literacy in the new media age, by L. Tsung and K.
Cruickshank (Eds.)]. Bringing together educators from a range of backgrounds - psychology, sociology, social work, counseling, and teaching - this volume shows how Asian cultural values and beliefs can provide a lens through which to understand and envision how curriculum and pedagogy can be creatively adapted, not only in a local Chinese classroom context, but in a global context Author: Betty C.
Eng. Our book is based on the idea that the Chinese context is in many ways different to other cultural contexts, and that teachers can make a difference to the outcomes of student learning. We also draw on our many years of experience in educating future teachers where our students want us to focus on the Chinese.
Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts offers discussions that emphasize the need for understanding general research on Chinese L2 learning and specific research into Mandarin Chinese, and makes for a key acquisition for any college-level holding strong in Chinese language learning challenges.
Anderson, T. [Review of the book Teaching and learning Chinese in global contexts: Multimodality and literacy in the new media age, by L. Tsung and K. Cruickshank (Eds.)].
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This book presents the principles of quality teaching in Chinese, as exemplified in case studies of primary and secondary school classrooms. Drawing on data from five Australian schools, the authors identify the key practices necessary to produce a quality learning.
This book has a broad focus on three themes related to Chinese learners: teaching and learning in classrooms in China, the intercultural adaptation of Chinese learners in international contexts of Cited by: 3. Compra Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts: Cfl Worldwide.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA su ordini idonei. Passa al contenuto principale. Iscriviti a Prime Ciao, Accedi Account e liste Accedi Format: Copertina flessibile. Part of the Palgrave Studies on Chinese Education in a Global Perspective book series (CEGP) Abstract As an initiative of the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban) to promote Chinese Cited by: 4.Emerging trends and issues in teaching and learning Chinese / Linda Tsung and Ken Cruickshank --Changing hierarchies in Chinese language education for the British Chinese learners / Li Wei and Zhu Hua --It is coming: catering for primary school pupils with different Chinese.
In the context of teaching and learning, observations in most classrooms in India focused on structured learning sequences with correct answers, that is, often “one correct answer.” Cited by: 8.