Research among learners of Chinese as a foreign language

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National Foreign Language Resource Center , Honolulu, HI
Statement[edited by] Michael E. Everson, Helen H. Shen
SeriesChinese language teachers association monograph series -- v. IV
ContributionsNational Foreign Language Resource Center (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
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LC ClassificationsPL1065 .R47 2010
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Pagination171 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24410748M
ISBN 139780980045949
LC Control Number2009940758

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[Michael Erwin Everson; Helen H Shen; National Foreign Language Resource Center (University of Hawaii at Manoa);]. Research among Learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language addresses important issues related to the acquisition of the Chinese language in the context of post-secondary institutions.

The book brings together eight empirical studies on learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language (CFL), primarily those who. Employing a wide range of research methodologies, the volume provides data from actual Chinese language learners and will be of value to both theoreticians and practitioners alike.

Following an Editor's introduction by Michael E. Everson & Helen H. Shen, this book contains the following studies: (1) The Acquisition of theCited by: 1.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Research among Learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language addresses important issues related to the acquisition of the Chinese language in the context of post-secondary institutions.

The book brings together eight empirical studies on learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language (CFL), primarily those who are native. 2 Language Attrition in Grammar and Receptive Skills in Mandarin Chinese Miao-fen Tseng 3 Analysis of Radical Knowledge Development Among Beginning CFL Learners Helen H.

Shen 4 The Effects of Word-Knowledge Depth, Part of Speech, and Profi ciency Level on Word Association Among Learners of Chinese as a Second Language Chan Lü. dam-projects.com: Research Among Learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language (Clta Monographs (Chinese Language Teachers Association)) (): Michael E.

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Already the focus of much interest for 50 years, the study of foreign language learning anxiety (FLLA) still remains a popular research topic among scholars in Western dam-projects.com: Deyuan He.

Helen H. Shen (). An Investigation on Instructional-Level Reading Among Chinese L2 Learners, Journal of Second Language Teaching and Research, 7, Helen H. Shen (). Morphological awareness of separable words among Chinese L2 learners, Chinese as a Second Language Research, 8 (2), Helen H.

Shen()dam-projects.coml Accessing for Ambiguous Words among Advanced. Mar 14,  · (). Researching mobile-assisted Chinese-character learning strategies among adult distance learners.

Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching: Vol. 12, Technology-mediated Chinese language teaching, pp. Cited by: Teaching English as a Foreign Language to young Chinese children second-language learners in a Chinese English as a Foreign Language setting and explores the cause of these variations under.

Chinese Language Learning in the Early Grades: A Handbook of Resources and Best Practices from short awareness courses, to a foreign language as a distinct subject three times a week, to immersion pro- Chinese immersion programs are among the fastest. Teaching and Learning Vocabulary: What English Language Learners Perceive to Be Effective and gies among Korean and Chinese students of English to find that a top-down approach, specifically guessing from context, was the major strategy used.

what english language learners perceive. Foreign Language Speaking Anxiety: A Study of Chinese Language Learners Han Luo Northwestern University Abstract This study investigates Chinese Language Speaking Anxiety and its associated factors among college-level students who learn Chinese as a.

DePaul University From the SelectedWorks of Li Jin EVERSON, MICHAEL E., & HELEN H. SHEN. (Eds.). Research among Learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language.

Teaching Reading beyond Language Form: A Case Study of Chinese College English Teachers’ Self-development; Perceptions of English among Indonesian Learners Thammanoon Buphate, Reuben H.

Esteban Book Reviews. Foreign Language Education in. A qualitative study on learning trajectories of non-native Chinese instructors as successful Chinese language learners Shijuan Liu1* and Fu Wang2 * Correspondence: [email protected] 1Department of Foreign Languages, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, RoomSutton Hall, Indiana, PAUSA Full list of author information isCited by: 1.

Sep 25,  · This book contributes to building the research knowledge that language teaching professionals need in developing curriculum for the large population of East Asian heritage students (including Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) in countries like the United States, Canada, and Australia, where speakers of East Asian languages are among the fastest growing dam-projects.com by: Oct 02,  · Teaching English as a foreign language to primary school students in East Asia - Volume 35 Issue 3 - Zhenhui Rao, Ping Yu ‘ English language education among young learners in East Asia: A review of current research ‘ Reconciling communicative approaches to the teaching of English with traditional Chinese methods.’ Research in the Author: Zhenhui Rao, Ping Yu.

Jan 19,  · This paper reports a qualitative study on the Chinese language learning trajectories of non-native Chinese instructors as successful Chinese language learners.

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While some literature has been found on studying good learners of English and other languages, there is a lack of research on studying good learners of the Chinese language, especially on their life-long Chinese learning process. Six Cited by: 1. Helen H. Shen is the author of Research Among Learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ).

Nov 10,  · This study investigates the relationship between language learning achievement and the use of language learning strategy among intermediate Chinese as a second language (L2) learners. A total of 62 students from an intermediate Chinese course participated in this study.

Strategy Inventory for Language Learning (SILL) (Oxford, ) was used to assess participants’ strategy use frequency. learners are among the major aspects in the success of bringing in a foreign language in any twelve years they extensively studied foreign language learners in Canada, several parts of the empirical research involving Chinese-speaking graduate students living in the United States of.

Jul 01,  · In the field of language acquisition, new possibilities for instructional methods have emerged from the integration of such innovations. The Handbook of Research on Foreign Language Education in the Digital Age presents a comprehensive examination of emerging technological tools being utilized within second language learning environments.

Foreign language (FL) learners’ mis-pronunciations are not random, as a foreign accent produced by learners largely reflects the phonetic features and intonation character- Chinese learners of English have prob-lems with English pronunciation both in seg.

The learners of English language are of two main groups. The first group includes the learners learning English as their second language i.e.

the second language of their country and the second group includes those who learn English as a totally foreign language i.e. Oct 15,  · With a huge number of Chinese learners of English taking English tests in China, it is worthwhile to research the characteristics of Chinese learners of English.

This book, Assessing Chinese Learners of English: Language Constructs, Consequences and Conundrums, edited by two researchers of language testing and assessment, Guoxing Yu and Yan Jin Author: Jian Xu, Barley Mak.

Research on motivation at first only concentrated on two main motivational orientations of language learners. More recently, studies have shown a wider range of factors at work. In this literature review, two different models of motivation will be discussed.

First, Gardner’s framework () was the beginning of language research in that area. Jun 26,  · Key Issues in Chinese as a Second Language Research presents and discusses research projects that serve as theoretical grounding for improving the teaching and learning of Chinese as a second language (CSL) in order to help researchers and practitioners better understand the acquisition, development, and use of CSL.

With the exception of the first chapter, which is state-of-the-art, each Book Edition: 1st Edition. There has been a lack of research on the relationship between metacognitive language-learning strategies (MCLLSs) and language-learning motivation (LLM) among Chinese-speaking ESL learners in Hong Kong.

This article reports the results of a survey of the relationships between the use of MCLLSs and LLM among Chinese-speaking ESL learners at a vocational education institute in Hong Kong. Review of Technology-enhanced teaching and learning of Chinese as a foreign language Frederick J.

Poole, Utah State University assumed in research that because students are digital natives, they are all experts with technology. This is I strongly recommend this book to every novice Chinese foreign language teacher who is new to the.

Mar 18,  · Second language research - Volume 49 Issue 2 - Wei Ren, Jianda Liu. Apologies in emails: Interactions between Chinese EFL learners and their foreign peers.

In Chen, Y.-S., Rau, D.-H. V. & Rau, G. (eds.), Email discourse among Chinese using English as a Lingua dam-projects.com: Wei Ren, Jianda Liu.Individual Differences in Second Language Learning 21 Individual Differences in Second Language Learning ROD ELLIS Introduction Learners vary enormously in how successful they are in learning a language.

This is true for both first language (L1) and second language (L2) acquisition, although there is an important difference.(English as a Second Language)/EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teachers who are well equipped for working with Mandarin-speaking Chinese English language learners (ELLs).

In this paper, I intend to address the question of how best to teach this particular group of ELLs, with a special emphasis on those that are in the United dam-projects.com: Abigail Pavlik.