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  • Pragmatic Intervention on Language Form in Task Planning
    Home Research Conference Papers Pragmatic Intervention on Language Form in Task Planning Pragmatic Intervention on Language Form in Task Planning Fan Jinghua International Conference The 3rd international symposium for young scholars on Chinese language teaching learning Organiser Peking University Venue Beijing China Date s 18 Dec 2010 Sat 19 Dec 2010 Sun Abstract The paper takes the perspective of Chinese as a second language and investigates how pragmatic intervention on language form in task planning in task based language teaching TBLT TBLT is a highly designed but also highly flexible approach and although definition of task has different emphasis and the steps in task cycle designing vary the result of a task is unanimously emphasized Skehan 1998 Willis Willis 2001 Ellis 2003 Along with the emphasis on the result is the emphasis on the realness of the tasks However from the perspective of Gricean maxims of conversation especially L Horn s Q principle and R principle developed upon Gricean maxims the interlocutors in a conversation tend to use direct and omitted utterances This brings difficulties in task designing in TBLT and one of the difficulties is that pedagogical tasks have to be so designed that the learners should focus on language forms while at the same time ensure communicative authenticity Form focused practice is an essential link in the task cycle to ensure the quality and appropriateness of language Usually this is integrated into the pre task design Among the complexities in teaching tasks according to Skehan code complexity can be dealt with in pre task design Code complexity consists of linguistic register and communicativeness the former of which covers the linguistic varieties such as formality related to the power relationship between the interlocutors while the latter of which is related with Gricean principle of quantity The complexity of language

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  • Codification of Vocabulary in Active Leaner's Chinese-English Dictionary
    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 Codification of Vocabulary in Active Leaner s Chinese English Dictionary Codification of Vocabulary in Active Leaner s Chinese English Dictionary Fan Jinghua International Conference The 2nd International Symposium on Lexicography and L2 Teaching Learning Organiser ChinaLex Bilingual Committee Sichuan International Studies University Venue Chongqing China Date s 5 Nov 2010 Fri 7 Nov 2010 Sun Abstract The significance of vocabulary codification into word classes in foreign language learner s dictionary has been explored and expanded by such lexicographers and scholars as Zgusta Al Kasimi Hui Yu Yong Heming and Wang Renqiang in particular has done a very detailed comparative study in his book on the codification in Chinese English dictionaries This paper starts with an analysis of a few entries from several popular Chinese English dictionaries and discusses with special reference to the examples how to construct the activeness of learner s dictionary from the perspective of codification of words Most C E dictionary compilers rely on Chinese dictionary as the basis for both e Headwords are provided with translations of semantic equivalents sometimes with pragmatic notes to explain the usage but in terms of vocabulary codification the translated words are not always of the same word classes as the headwords more often not in the example sentences This practice of compilation has resulted in four fissures in bilingual lexicography a fissure between core grammar and peripheral grammar b fissure between the ontological and the referential in two peripheral grammar systems c fissure between grammatical attributes and pragmatic usage and d fissure between prescriptive and descriptive grammar These four fissures boil down to four gaps in terms of vocabulary codification a the gap

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  • Faith Seah, Nan Zhiguo, The Chinese Textbooks and the Students’ Movements in the 50s and 60s of the 20th Century in Singapore and Malaysia, Nov 2010
    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 Faith Seah Nan Zhiguo The Chinese Textbooks and the Students Movements in the 50s and 60s of the 20th Century in Singapore and Malaysia Nov 2010 Faith Seah Nan Zhiguo The Chinese Textbooks and the Students Movements in the 50s and 60s of the 20th Century in Singapore and Malaysia Nov 2010 Faith Seah Ms Nan Zhiguo Dr International Conference The New Concepts and Modes of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language Organiser Centre for Studies of Chinese Language as a Second Language Beijing Language and Culture University Xiamen University Venue Xiamen University Xiamen China Date s 1 Nov 2010 Mon Abstract In the 50s and 60s of the 20 th Century there were many students movements among the Chinese schools in Singapore and Malaysia Many scholars have explored this subject from the political perspective in the past few decades This paper however attempts to pinpoint it from a more cultural centered point of view By examining the Chinese textbooks of that period this paper argues that the Chinese textbooks of that period helped greatly in fostering a strong cultural tie between the students in

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  • Drama Education in Singapore
    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 Drama Education in Singapore Drama Education in Singapore Shiao Yuh CHOU International Conference 2010 International Conference on Drama Education and Application The Representation of Locality and Multicultures Organiser University of Tainan Venue Tainan Date s 20 Nov 2010 Sat 21 Nov 2010 Sun Abstract Singapore s drama education came into sight and accordingly existed in school system when educational reform was considered as the main task of the country Drama education in Singapore is underdeveloped since study of drama has been disregarded In a different way the recent decade s educational actions

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  • The current situation in Singapore Education
    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 The current situation in Singapore Education The current situation in Singapore Education Yang Silin International Conference International Conference for Overseas Chinese Heritage and Language Education CHLE 2010 Organiser Taiwan Normal University Venue Taiwan Date s 24 Jun 2010 Thu 26 Jun 2010 Sat Abstract Singapore education is embarking on the bilingual policy The objectives of the bilingual policy are to allow the students to acquire the essential knowledge in the development of modern industrial economy through the learning of English language and to inherit the culture through the learning of mother tongue language Through the process of the changes made in the bilingual education Singapore government has implemented a series of measures to promote bilingualism in Singapore for example the streaming system the official languages and cultivating a group of effectively bilingual teachers so as to provide a conducive environment for the learning of languages Singapore despite making remarkable progress in the education system in the recent years problems in the areas of teaching staff and environment still exist The problem of insufficient teaching staffs still exist despite the efforts of the education ministry employing both local and overseas Chinese teachers due to the overwhelming motivation around the world in learning the language In Singapore the English language is the main teaching language in most subjects from pre school to university thus students often converse in English in both home

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  • Reviews on the Primary School textbooks in Singapore
    Courses Consultation PDL Package Pedagogical Modules Professional Modules Literacy Modules Research Media Reports Conference Papers 2011 SCCL School Based Research 2012 SCCL School Based 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 Reviews on the Primary School textbooks in Singapore Reviews on the Primary School textbooks in Singapore Yang Silin International Conference The 6th Canada China TCSL Conference Organiser Canadian TCSL Association Venue Canada Date s 30 Apr 2010 Fri 1 May 2010 Sat Abstract Singapore education has been embarking on the policy of bilingualism This paper places emphasis on the

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  • Students' Meaning Making in a Mobile Assisted Chinese Idiom Learning Environment
    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 Students Meaning Making in a Mobile Assisted Chinese Idiom Learning Environment Students Meaning Making in a Mobile Assisted Chinese Idiom Learning Environment Wong LH Chin CK Liu May Tan CL Gong C International Conference USA ICLS2010 Organiser University of Illinois Venue Chicago USA Date s 1 Oct 2010 Fri Abstract In recent years we witness the rise of communicative and contextualized approaches in language learning theories that is concomitant with developments in the paradigm of Mobile Assisted Language Learning MALL In this paper we present a pilot study in MALL that emphasizes creative learner outputs and contexutalized meaning making In learning Chinese idioms students proactively used smartphones on a 1 1 one device per person basis to capture photos of

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  • The Designing and Implementing of Blended Chinese Course
    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 The Designing and Implementing of Blended Chinese Course The Designing and Implementing of Blended Chinese Course Dr Sim Seok Hwa Dr Liu May Mr Goh Hock Huan Ms Liu Zeng Jiao Ms Toh Hwee Bin Wendy International Conference 4th International Chinese Conference Organiser Southwestern University The Singapore Chinese Teachers Union SCTU Hong Kong Institute of Education Venue Chongqing China Date s 4 Dec 2009 Fri 8 Dec 2009 Tue Abstract This paper introduces a pilot study of school based curriculum at Singapore Centre for Chinese Language SCCL We integrate podcast with Chinese language learning Our research objects are the secondary

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