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  • Using corpus to investigate the lexicon variants of Singapore Mandarin
    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 Using corpus to investigate the lexicon variants of Singapore Mandarin Using corpus to investigate the lexicon variants of Singapore Mandarin Serene Ng International Conference ICTATLL 2010 Kyoto Conference Organiser Society of ICT in Analysis Teaching and Learning of Language Venue Japan Kyoto Date s 21 Sep 2010 Tue 23 Sep 2010 Thu Abstract Singapore Mandarin 华语huáyǔ is the common language of Singapore s ethnic Chinese As language and culture are closely related changes in society will first reflect in the lexicons With the aid of

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  • The Market for Chinese Language Education in the Private Sector
    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 The Market for Chinese Language Education in the Private Sector The Market for Chinese Language Education in the Private Sector Mao Zhaohui Zhou Hongxia Lin Lin International Conference International Journal of Arts Sciences IJAS conference for academic disciplines Organiser IJAS Venue Aix France Date s 7 Jun 2010 Mon Abstract Education markets all over the world have undergone the process of marketisation The education market in Singapore is no exception Since 1990s a quasi market has appeared in the public education sector in Singapore Scholars have identified this tendency in various aspects However the similar tendency in the private education sector is yet to be explored As a preliminary research this study tries to fill the gap by investigating the job advertisements in the local mainstream Chinese newspaper Lianhe Zaobao taking Chinese Language CL education as our research focus In this paper we distinguish the market in the public education sector as a quasi market and that in the private education sector as a free market However in the case of CL education the three major subsectors of the private education sector namely tuition industry private schools

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  • Preliminary Study on the "Critical Regions" among Different Cognitive Dimensions-A Reflection and Exploration on the Cultivation of Thinking Abilities
    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 Preliminary Study on the Critical Regions among Different Cognitive Dimensions A Reflection and Exploration on the Cultivation of Thinking Abilities Preliminary Study on the Critical Regions among Different Cognitive Dimensions A Reflection and Exploration on the Cultivation of Thinking Abilities Mao Zhaohui Ang Swee Choon Ng Imei Hao Rui International Conference International Conference on Reflection on Chinese Language and International Chinese Studies Organiser Su Zhou University China Venue Su Zhou China Date s 3 Dec 2010 Fri 7 Dec 2010 Tue Abstract This paper was based on our educational experiments in two Singapore secondary schools We analysed the correlations between every two adjacent dimensions of the six cognitive dimensions and the correlations between every dimension and

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  • Blended Chinese Curriculum Design: integrating Podcast with Task-based Learning
    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 Blended Chinese Curriculum Design integrating Podcast with Task based Learning Blended Chinese Curriculum Design integrating Podcast with Task based Learning Dr Liu May Mr Goh Hock Huan International Conference NTU Annual Teaching Learning Seminar from Good to Great 2009 Organiser Nanyang Technological University Venue Nanyang Technological University Date s 28 May 2009 Thu 29 May 2009 Fri Abstract Presenters will introduce the features of a task based blended curriculum for learning Chinese Presenters will also discuss the different kinds of abilities such as communicative skills oral proficiency meta cognition and ICT capability that students need to develop in order to complete the ICT based task A 5 step communicative lesson sequence will be provided for developing mini lessons based on appropriateness and language usage

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  • Teaching Picture Books At Primary School In Singapore: Integrating UbD With School-based Chinese Curriculum and Implementing It In The Classroom
    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 Teaching Picture Books At Primary School In Singapore Integrating UbD With School based Chinese Curriculum and Implementing It In The Classroom Teaching Picture Books At Primary School In Singapore Integrating UbD With School based Chinese Curriculum and Implementing It In The Classroom Dr Liu May Mr Chin Nam Lim 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 There are more than 75 Chinese people in Singapore However some heritage students learn Chinese as a second language or as a Mother Tongue Language as well as a subject matter This makes the Chinese education in Singapore unique and worthy of attention The picture books are generally emphasized in primary schools Therefore this paper introduces the school based Chinese curriculum of the picture books and its practice in the classroom situation Based on the principle of backward design we focus on 1 how to find out the big idea from the picture books 2 how to set enduring understanding 3 how to make the essential questions 4 how to

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  • Integrating Web 2.0 Tools To Enhance Chinese Oral Proficiency Skills
    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 Integrating Web 2 0 Tools To Enhance Chinese Oral Proficiency Skills Integrating Web 2 0 Tools To Enhance Chinese Oral Proficiency Skills Dr Liu May Ms Li GuanYing International Conference International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2010 iCTLT Organiser MOE of Singapore International Society for Technology in Education ISTE Venue Suntec Singapore Date s 2 Mar 2010 Tue 6 Mar 2010 Sat Abstract This paper shows a pilot study of an oral training curriculum devised by a team of school teachers and researchers This curriculum aims at deepening students understanding of Chinese language communication and social networking as well as

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  • Communication, Oral Interaction Competence and ICT Environment
    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 Communication Oral Interaction Competence and ICT Environment Communication Oral Interaction Competence and ICT Environment Dr Liu May International Conference SCCCS Teaching Conference Spring 2010 Organiser Southern California Council of Chinese Schools SCCCS Venue Los Angeles USA Date s 21 Feb 2010 Sun Abstract In this paper looking at language from a Halliday s SFL point of view the register theory can be applied to teach Chinese spoken interaction There are three variables of the features of register mode field and tenor First mode means the media or channel of communication such as oral or written form mode also refers to the role of communication such as preaching or reasoning We integrate 3 modes of communication interaction interpretation and presentation as well as three ways by chatting talk as interaction enquiring talk as transaction and conveying information talk as performance into teaching Chinese oral interaction Second field refers to the language of the environment We are using the authentic materials through the internet platforms of film television radio Its biggest feature is integrating the sight sound and motion in one Therefore the spoken interaction is based on a concise dialogue or monologue and become more colloquial and coordination with the screen Finally

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  • Integrating Into TfU And UbD Of Chinese Curriculum
    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 Integrating Into TfU And UbD Of Chinese Curriculum Integrating Into TfU And UbD Of Chinese Curriculum Dr Liu May International Conference The 8th New York International Conference on Teaching Chinese Chinese Expo 2010 Forum on Teaching and Research in Multiple Venues Organiser The Chinese Language Teachers Association of Greater New York CLTA GNY Venue Pace University New York USA Date s 15 May 2010 Sat Abstract Our overall course design integrates into the TfU Teaching for Understanding Harvard University and UbD Understanding by Design Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe of Chinese Curriculum We design an understanding based activity of The Small Campus Tour Guide through a hybrid blended approach to enhance students competency of communication Chinese language and ICT The

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