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    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 Conference Papers Conference Papers May Liu 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 Author s Dr May Liu International Conference Organiser Venue Date 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

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    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 Conference Papers Conference Papers Dr Connie Lum Dr Jennifer Tsai Through play to construct young children s knowledge and language Sep 2011 Through play to construct young children s knowledge and language Author s Dr Connie Lum and Dr Jennifer Tsai International Conference 2 nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language Organiser 2 nd International Conference on Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language Date 8 9 th September 2011 Abstract This presentation is firstly demonstrated the preschoolers background of language development in

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    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 Conference Papers Conference Papers Tan Chee Lay Tan Teng Lee Acquiring Language through Facilitated Play Oct 2010 Acquiring Language through Facilitated Play Author s 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 01 10 2010 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

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    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 Conference Papers Conference Papers Tan Chee Lay The Multilingual Poetry of Singapore 10 Oct 2010 Author s Tan Chee Lay International Conference Historical Legacy and Contemporary Writing in the Commonwealth International Seminar Organiser Sahitya Akademi the National Akademi of Letters Venue New Delhi India Date 08 10 2010 10 10 2010 Abstract It almost became a common saying towards the end of the 20th century that writers of Singapore poetry in Chinese exceeded its readers in number If we probe further such proclamation might even insinuate that even the poets themselves did not read Singapore Chinese poetry So has Singapore Chinese poetry been reduced to an adornment on the local literary shelve However this paper will argue that the Singapore Chinese poetic scene albeit quieter than its English counterpart after the 1990s definitely still has much to offer One of the most outstanding and discerning characteristics of Singaporean poets writing in Chinese is their ability to blend interpose or contrast cultural and literary influences from the East and the West including but not limited to the influences of the different ethnic groups CMIO Chinese Malay Indian

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    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 Conference Papers Conference Papers Tan Chee Lay Resisting Foreignness Teaching and Bridging Chinese English Bilingualism and Biculturalism in the Singapore s Context 20 Oct 2010 Resisting Foreignness Teaching and Bridging Chinese English Bilingualism and Biculturalism in the Singapore s Context Author s Dr Tan Chee Lay International Conference The First Annual Intl Symposium of Foreign Language Learning Exploring Standards for Foreign Language Learning in South East Asia Organiser SEAMEO Regional Centre Venue Jakarta Indonesia Date 20 10 2010 Abstract This paper aims to examine the current teaching of bilingualism specifically English and Chinese languages and literatures including the Bicultural Studies Program BSP in a multiracial multicultural and multilingual society like Singapore More than forty years after the initiation of the Bilingual Educational System in Singapore and after numerous Mother Tongue Reviews and curricular revamps there is still currently insufficient and certainly long overdue focus given to the integration of the learning of both Chinese and English languages as well as the collaboration of Singapore s local traditional cultures especially the Eastern and Western cultures Tan 2008 It is almost peculiar that Singaporeans have just started to use the term biculturalism in recent years and more peculiar that we have not even begin to embark on the term triculturalism or multiculturalism in Singapore This paper in response would propose an interdisciplinary and intercultural approach with the utilization of mass media materials for the teaching of Chinese and English languages and literature focusing more on the Chinese language but applicable in the teaching and learning of English as

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    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 Conference Papers Conference Papers Li Min Lin Lin The Invisible Schema From Reading to Writing 3 Dec 2010 The Invisible Schema From Reading to Writing Author s Dr Li Min Lin Lin International Conference Reflections on Chinese Language Teaching and International Chinese Language Education Conference Organiser Suzhou University The Hong Kong Institute of Education Venue Suzhou University Date 03 12 2010 07 12 2010 Abstract This article is composed of four sections First section elaborates the relationship between cognition and

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    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 Conference Papers Conference Papers Li Min Ang Swee Choon The Situation and Development of Language Teachers Teaching Chinese as a Second Language 18 Dec 2010 The Situation and Development of Language Teachers Teaching Chinese as a Second Language Author s Dr Li Min Ang Swee Choon International Conference International Chinese Education Peking University Organiser Peking University Venue Peking University Date 18 12 2010 19 12 2010 Abstract Regarding the current

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    Papers Conference Papers Fan Jinghua Pragmatic Intervention on Language Form in Task Planning 18 Dec 2010 Title Pragmatic Intervention on Language Form in Task Planning Author Fan Jinghua International Conference The 3 rd international symposium for young scholars on Chinese language teaching learning Organizer Peking University Venue Beijing China Date Dec 18 19 2010 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

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