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  • Contextual Influences on Chinese Language Learning Strategies Use of Students from Singapore Special Assistance Plan (SAP) Schools
    September November 2012 CPCLL Workshops Seminar Int l Relations Visiting Professors Scholars of SCCL Guests from Overseas International Cooperation Events Photo Album 2012 Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non Chinese Speaking Students Challenge and Breakthrough Selection Results for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers Contextual Influences on Chinese Language Learning Strategies Use of Students from Singapore Special Assistance Plan SAP Schools Contextual Influences on Chinese Language Learning Strategies Use of Students from Singapore Special Assistance Plan SAP Schools Yeo Leng Leng International Conference The Asia Conference on Education 2011 Organiser The International Academic Forum Date s 27 Oct 2011 Thu 30 Oct 2011 Sun Abstract The purpose of this study is to examine the contextual influences on Chinese language learning strategies used by students from Singapore Assistance Plan SAP schools In 1979 the SAP program was introduced in response to more students choosing English medium schools over the Chinese medium schools The objective of establishing SAP schools was therefore to preserve the best traditions and ethos of the old Chinese medium schools and to nurture a core group of students who are proficient in both English and Chinese MOE Press Release 11 February 2008 As a result of this plan nine established Chinese secondary school were identified and converted into bilingual institutions whereby students would have to study both English and Chinese at first language level SAP schools are in effect elite schools and the students are seen as high ability students due to

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  • Through play to construct young children’s knowledge and language
    SCCL Guests from Overseas International Cooperation Events Photo Album 2012 Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non Chinese Speaking Students Challenge and Breakthrough Selection Results for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers Through play to construct young children s knowledge and language Through play to construct young children s knowledge and language Ng Lai Sze Tan Chee Lay International Conference 2011 International Conference on Languages Literature Linguistics ICILL 2011 Organiser International Economics Development Research Centre IEDRC Date s 28 Nov 2011 Mon Abstract More than a turning point in his life Xu Zhimo s 1897 1931 Cambridge experience is pivotal in producing and shaping one of the most romantic writers in modern China Xu created a literary Cambridge that more than any other foreign places that were portrayed in modern Chinese literature is Chinese readers dreamland of the West When the native Chinese Xu addressed

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  • An Account of the english loanwords in Singapore Chinese - A Corpus-based approach
    for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers An Account of the english loanwords in Singapore Chinese A Corpus based approach An Account of the english loanwords in Singapore Chinese A Corpus based approach Serene Ng International Conference the first Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference Organiser University of Auckland Date s 15 Feb 2012 Wed Abstract Loanwords refer to words adopted by speakers of one language from a foreign language A loanword is also referred to as a borrowing Borrowing is a consequence of cultural contact between two language communities It is thus an important sociolinguistics phenomenon and is common in all languages The aim of this corpus based study is thus to investigate and provide an account of the English loanwords in Singapore Chinese The study was carried out based on the Singapore Chinese Written Corpus Ng 2011 consisting of approximately 5 2 million Chinese character tokens Generally speaking Singapore Chinese 华语huayu is the common language of Singapore s ethnic Chinese and is also the regional variants of contemporary Chinese Putonghua Wang 2002 Though Singapore is a young nation with just over forty years of independency however the modern history of Singapore can be traced from the 18 th century where Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles first founded Singapore As language develops together with society hence the development of Singapore Chinese can be traced from the history of Singapore With a highly cosmopolitan and diverse population which include the majority Chinese and the minorities Malays Indians Eurasians Caucasians and Asians

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  • Investigating Teacher-Student Interactions in a Drama-Integrated Second Language Classroom
    Int l Relations Visiting Professors Scholars of SCCL Guests from Overseas International Cooperation Events Photo Album 2012 Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non Chinese Speaking Students Challenge and Breakthrough Selection Results for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers Investigating Teacher Student Interactions in a Drama Integrated Second Language Classroom Investigating Teacher Student Interactions in a Drama Integrated Second Language Classroom Dr May Liu International Conference 2012 Hawaii International Conference on Arts Humanities Organiser Hawaii International Conference on Arts Humanities Venue Hawaii Date s 10 Jan 2012 Tue Abstract This paper reports findings from the first stage of an instrumental case study investigating the pedagogical use of drama in a Chinese as a second language CSL classroom A specific framework of instruction for teaching topics of texts was introduced to enhance secondary students Chinese oracy Data were collected through survey interview and classroom observation in

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  • A Comparative Study on Developing Reading and Thinking Skills
    Visiting Professors Scholars of SCCL Guests from Overseas International Cooperation Events Photo Album 2012 Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non Chinese Speaking Students Challenge and Breakthrough Selection Results for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers A Comparative Study on Developing Reading and Thinking Skills A Comparative Study on Developing Reading and Thinking Skills Ang Swee Choon Mao Zhaohui Ng Imei Hao Rui Lee Chih Hsien International Conference 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language Organiser Singapore Centre for Chinese Language Nanyang Technological University Venue Singapore Date s 8 Sep 2011 Thu 9 Sep 2011 Fri Abstract This paper is a comparative study on 5 classes from 2 local secondary schools with different curriculums and language backgrounds This paper is based on an empirical research in the above mentioned 2 schools for one year In the research we used

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  • Preliminary Study of Applying Schema Theory to Upper Primary School_based Curriculum in Reading
    Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non Chinese Speaking Students Challenge and Breakthrough Selection Results for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers Preliminary Study of Applying Schema Theory to Upper Primary School based Curriculum in Reading Preliminary Study of Applying Schema Theory to Upper Primary School based Curriculum in Reading Dr May Liu Date s Abstract This paper presents a preliminary study on a reading program of school based curriculum SBC at a primary school in Singapore This reading program of SBC focuses on identifying scope and sequence of both grade level and cross grade level p3 to p5 For example P3 students are encouraged to extend their reading experiences using reading portfolio P4 students are encouraged to use reading strategies while reading Furthermore the schema theory is applied into P5 reading program In this paper we discuss the relationship between schema theory and reading

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  • Through play to construct young children’s knowledge and language
    Official Launch of the NTU SCCL Press Website Pre School SCCL Courses For Pre school Teachers September November 2012 CPCLL Workshops Seminar Int l Relations Visiting Professors Scholars of SCCL Guests from Overseas International Cooperation Events Photo Album 2012 Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non Chinese Speaking Students Challenge and Breakthrough Selection Results for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers Through play to construct young children s knowledge and language Through play to construct young children s knowledge and language Dr Connie Lum and Dr Jennifer Tsai International Conference 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language Organiser 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language Date s 8 Sep 2011 Thu 9 Sep 2011 Fri Abstract This presentation is firstly demonstrated the preschoolers background of language development in Singapore through video clips We

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  • Acquiring Language through Facilitated Play
    Research Official Launch of the NTU SCCL Press Website Pre School SCCL Courses For Pre school Teachers September November 2012 CPCLL Workshops Seminar Int l Relations Visiting Professors Scholars of SCCL Guests from Overseas International Cooperation Events Photo Album 2012 Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non Chinese Speaking Students Challenge and Breakthrough Selection Results for 2nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 2011 1st Call for Papers 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language 12th 13th September 2013 Login Contact Us Feedback Address Tel Fax Map With Bus stop MRT Stn Career Opportunities Feedback Form 中文 Home Research Conference Papers Acquiring Language through Facilitated Play Acquiring Language through Facilitated Play Tan Chee Lay Tan Teng Lee International Conference Childcare Seminar 2010 Scaling New Heights in Early Years Care Development Organiser MCYS Singapore Venue Singapore Date s 1 Oct 2010 Fri Abstract Recent developments in language teaching have placed great emphasis on facilitating language acquisition particularly in the second language context Therefore getting learners to be engaged in authentic communication has become the key task of language teachers Apart from structured lessons and activities

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