Integrated Chinese (3rd Ed.), Part 1 & 2 by Yuehua Liu et al.

All Integrated Chinese in One Video – 8.5 hours – Integrated Chinese Volume 1/ Level 1 Part 1
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Most teaching of Biblical Hebrew in universities and seminaries proceeds along fairly predictable lines, closely approximating the venerable Grammar-Translation tradition of classical language instruction. While a few recent textbooks have departed from this well-travelled path by advancing more inductive and communicative approaches to language acquisition, both these newer instructional practices and the familiar older ones assume a specifically Euro-American cultural and linguistic instructional milieu. The present study examines the teaching of Biblical Hebrew in Chinese through the lens of language defamiliarization, not only highlighting linguistic and cultural factors that differ markedly from those of Western teaching traditions, but also drawing out principles of Biblical Hebrew instruction that are applicable to all teaching contexts.

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Mastering Advanced Modern Chinese through the Classics is a textbook to teach those who wish to achieve an advanced or native proficiency and cultural competence in modern Chinese, as well as to experience the beauty of Classical Chinese literature. Collecting representative works containing vibrant views of Chinese culture from different dynasties, this book is focused on how the grammatical patterns, vocabulary, and idioms that are found in Classical Chinese are relevant in the modern adaptation of the language, and how the accumulated traditional values and beliefs found there still shape the thinking and lifestyle of modern society.

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Developing a Hla’alua Learner’s Guide: In Search of an Auxiliary Remedy for Hla’alua Revitalization (Exegesis) and A Hla’alua Learner’s Guide (Creative component)

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This study contains a Learner’s Guide to Hla’alua (See Appendix A), a moribund Austronesian language in Taiwan, and an exegesis of this work. Language shift has taken place in the Hla’alua community, consequently only few fluent speakers remain. Most people speak Mandarin, Southern Min and Bunun on a daily basis (Chiu, 2008; Kuo, 2012; Pan, 2012) and no longer use Hla’alua for everyday communication. While the government is supportive of language revitalization, the current revival program targets children only, and the outcomes of revitalization remain uncertain (Kuo, 2012). This research aims to identify the gaps and customize complementary language learning materials for Hla’alua adults as an auxiliary remedy to the situation. The project reviews the language ecology, the language education and the pedagogical materials available for the community. Additionally, the author evaluates the Australian experience of compiling Indigenous Australian language grammars. The analysis identifies a need to develop a Learner’s Guide for adult learners, which explains the spelling system and transforms the existing reference grammar (Pan, 2012) into an accessible grammar. It is designed for community members to learn the basics of Hla’alua on their own, as there is limited access to native speakers and lack of trained teachers. Also, the Learner’s Guide incorporates multilingual resources to enhance learning outcomes. Since the target learners are exposed to other languages, methods of teaching literacy in their first language (Taiwanese Mandarin) and techniques of teaching English as a foreign language are utilized to accelerate learners’ progress. This project makes a contribution to Hla’alua language revival and provides insights into development of learning materials for other endangered languages in Taiwan.

This study examines the dialect writing in Chinese characters on the Internet in contemporary China. Deviating from the standard writing of Chinese, the Internet-¬savvy youth transcribe their native dialects on an ad hoc basis, which celebrates multiplicity, creativity, individuality and resists uniformity, standardization, and institutionalization. In particular, the study investigates how written dialectal words are explored to mark a distinct visual style and to articulate a distinct local youth identity. Furthermore, this study examines the dominant strategy of phonetic borrowing in dialect transcription. It is argued that diachronically, the youth’s phonocentric obsession tapped into the May Fourth tradition of the baihua movement; and synchronically, the celebration of dialect sound on the Internet echoes the contemporary soundscape of local dialects formed in the mass media in recent years.

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In: Kecskes, Istvan ed. Explorations into Chinese as a Second Language. Cham: Springer, Educational Linguistics series, 2017. pp. 3–30.

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