政治、经济、社会与海外汉语教学——以澳大利亚为例. Political, economical and ethnographical perspectives on teaching Chinese as a second language: a case study of Australia

陈平 Chen, Ping (2013) 政治、经济、社会与海外汉语教学——以澳大利亚为例. Political, economical and ethnographical perspectives on teaching Chinese as a second language: a case study of Australia. Shijie Hanyu Jiaoxue, 27 3: 400-412.

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Author 陈平 Chen, Ping
Title 政治、经济、社会与海外汉语教学——以澳大利亚为例. Political, economical and ethnographical perspectives on teaching Chinese as a second language: a case study of Australia
Translated title Political, economical and ethnographical perspectives on teaching Chinese as a second language: a case study of Australia
Language of Title eng
chi
Journal name Shijie Hanyu Jiaoxue
Translated journal name Chinese Teaching in the World
Language of Journal Name chi
eng
ISSN 1002-5804
Publication date 2013-07
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Volume 27
Issue 3
Start page 400
End page 412
Total pages 13
Place of publication Haidian-qu, Beijing, China
Publisher Beijing Yuyan Daxue
Collection year 2014
Language eng
chi
Formatted abstract
澳大利亚汉语教学的历史与现状,很大程度上由两个主要因素所决定:一是本国的语言政策,尤其是外语教育政策;二是来自汉语国家和地区的移民和留学生。自1980年代起,汉语教学是澳大利亚官方语言政策强力扶持的对象,学习人数持续增长。同时值得注意的是,选修汉语的绝大多数学生是华裔学生。如何在课程设置、教材编写、考核评分、师资培训等方面因应这种局面,值得认真研究。

Two major determining factors underlying the development of teaching Chinese as a second language in Australia are Australia’s official language policy with special reference to LOTE,and variety and scale of influx of immigrants and students from Chinese-speaking countries and regions. Chinese has been designated by government as a priority language since 1980s,and has enjoyed a steady increase in enrolment in school and university. However,much of the increase comes from students of ethnic Chinese background,which poses both as a challenge and an opportunity for Chinese language teachers and policy makers in Australia.
Keyword Teaching Chinese as a second language
Language policy
Students of Chinese ethnicity
Australia
Chinese language teaching overseas
Students of Chinese background
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Title and abstract only in English. Published under "汉语教学研究".

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