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A Study on the Design of Intermediate-Level Teaching Material for Spoken Mandarin Chinese with an Emphasis on Chinese-Japanese Homographs
Homograph,Teaching Chinese as a Second Language,Teaching Material,Intermediate-Level,Spoken Course Material,
|Publication Year :||2016|
Currently the Chinese teaching material has reached a certain scale in quantity and has a continual growing, however, the teaching material for a specific language skill for a specific country is still rare. Japanese-spoken learners generally have a weakness in oral expression capability in Chinese and in Japan the local Chinese teaching material aiming at the enhancing of oral expression capability is neither much in quantity nor comprehensive in content. In Chinese learning the Chinese-Japanese homographs are inevitable for the Japanese-spoken learners, some of them bring certain convenience in learning while others cause errors and confusions in the usage. There are certain research outcomes of the Chinese-Japanese homographs and most of them are the study of the errors in the learned, and some researchers proposed recommendations in the class teaching or teaching material editing, however, there is no teaching material focusing on the design of the Chinese-Japanese homographs.
In order to help the Japanese spoken learners to make full use of the advantage of understanding the Chinese characters to reduce the errors in the usage and to enhance the oral expression capability, the article aims to exploit the category, quantity, and the frequent errors of the Chines-Japanese homographs, to analyze the spoken Chinese teaching material, and to come up with a model design of the teaching material focusing on the learning of the Chinese Japanese homographs. The findings help to develop the prototype of the Chines Japanese homographs teaching material, and to propose the teaching recommendations, expecting to help the Japanese spoken learners to make full use of their strong points and reduce the mistakes and to have continual in-depth learning.
The article designs the intermediate spoken Chinese teaching material based on the Chinese-Japanese homographs, editing of 1160 homographs, about one third of the total homographs. The teaching material is divided into three parts based on the three categories of the homographs so as to lead the students to focus on one category at one time in order to avoid the confusions or mistakes may arise due to the sophisticated classification. It is also incorporating the skillful design of the spoken Chinese teaching material to help the learners understand the actual meaning of the phrase and practice in the meaningful spoken environment, with the hope to enhance the positive learning effects by the learning of the Chinese-Japanese homographs and to reduce the negative impact, targeting at the promoting of the oral expressing capability.
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