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Title: Second Language Learning in Taiwan: A Stocktaking of the Current Situation in Institutional German Instruction
Authors: Lay, Tristan
賴漢龍
Contributors: 外文中心
Date: 2009-4
Issue Date: 2015-03-25 15:12:22 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This is an overview of second language education in Taiwan that discusses a host of related topics: (1) the diverse sociolinguistic situation in Taiwan today; (2) the relationship between autochthonous, Chinese, & Japanese languages during Japanese colonization on the island (1895-1945); (3) English as the dominant language in second language education in present-day Taiwan; (4) tertiary languages in the educational system: Japanese, Korean, German, French, & Spanish; (5) German as a second language instruction at the primary, secondary, & tertiary education levels & statistics & comparisons with other tertiary languages; (6) German teaching & studies at Taiwanese universities; (7) German courses offered by outside-university institutions (e.g., the Goethe Institute); (8) organizations promoting & supporting German teaching & learning -- the German Teachers Union in Taiwan; (9) German instruction at the universities: enrollment requirements, major/minor program structure, curricula, examinations, & certification/diploma; (10) motives for learning German &/or pursuing careers in German studies; & (11) student/graduate exchange programs. Z. Dubiel
Relation: Zeitschrift fur interkulturellen Fremdsprachenunterricht,14(1),23-54
Data Type: article
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