Diversity and Interesting: International Students’ Perception of Chinese Video Programs to Supplement Cultural Teaching (74251)

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The growth of Chinese language education on a global scale has significantly aided the dissemination of Chinese culture. The primary venue for introducing Chinese culture to international students is the classroom. Therefore, when practicing classroom teaching of the Chinese language abroad, it is important to consider and plan how to introduce Chinese culture in a way that will make the recipients happy, simple, and quick to accept it. As media teaching tools, Chinese Video Programs benefit from having a large audience, a significant impact, and a long history of promoting Chinese culture. Through a questionnaire survey and semi-structured follow-up interviews with 140 international students at a university in Tianjin and statistical analysis of the data using SPSS software, it was found that diversity and fun are the greatest expectations of international students for the content of Chinese Video Programs. This study also found that rationalizing the length of supplemental instructional videos in the classroom and providing more incentives for learning are very helpful in promoting international students' Chinese culture learning.

Mengru Huang, Tianjin University, China
Tiewa Cao, Tianjin University, China

About the Presenter(s)
Ms Mengru Huang is a University Postgraduate Student at Tianjin University in China

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Posted by Clive Staples Lewis

Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00