Post-Lingual Chinese Language Learning: Hanzi Pedagogy by Jinghe Han
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About the Author
Jinghe Han is Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Educational Research, Western Sydney University, Australia. Her research interests include post-lingual pedagogy, research literacy, and English as a Medium of Instruction.
Table of ContentsChapter 1. Contextualising Chinese language education in the Western Context
Chapter 2. Chinese language and Duiwai Hanyu Jiaoxue (Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language).
Chapter 3. The debatable role of English (L1) in Duiwai Hanyu (L2) Jiaoxue (Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language)
Chapter 4. Post-lingual pedagogical practice - Hanzi Method
Chapter 5. Meaning-making - Hanzi orthography and real world integrated learning.
Chapter 6. Learning through the logic in Hanzi
Chapter 7. Hanzi method - knowledge generation, concepts/conceptualization and thoughts in Hanzi
Chapter 8. Further thoughts on Hanzi methods - the language, epistemology and ontology