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Title: 台灣國際學生學習華語數位資源之使用分析
Other Titles: The Use of Digital Resources for Chinese Learning by International Students in Taiwan
Authors: 林麗娟
ChanLin, Lih-Juan
Keywords: 華語教學;數位學習;數位資源;語言學習;國際學生
Chinese instruction;Digital learning;Digital resources;Language learning;International students
Date: 2011-08
Issue Date: 2016-06-23 17:28:43 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 學習華語作為第二語言已成為世界各國的趨勢。隨著台灣國際學生學習華語的需求日益增加,分析台灣國際學生多元化的學習經驗備受重視。本研究藉由輔仁大學語言學習中心之教師與學生之反應探索國際學生透過數位資源學習華語的情形。研究過程中徵詢 50位志願之國際學生以及7 位志願華語教師為研究之訪談對象。研究結果發現:學生以數位資源學習華語的管道多元。多數學生使用電腦頻繁,而且熟悉以拼音(漢語拼音)方式進行文書輸入。在自學過程,他們習慣使用自己國家語言為介面之華語學習數位工具。學生對於透過網路或各種媒體取得文化相關之資訊相當有興趣。除了年節與傳統文化相關的學習主題外,學生更偏好年輕族群之流行文化與時尚相關資訊。研究中也歸納學生所經歷之障礙,以及教師所提供未來規劃與使用華語數位學習資源之建議。
Learning Chinese as a second language has become a world trend. Along with the increasing needs for Chinese learning among international students in Taiwan, it is significant to analyze students’ experiences in applying various kinds of digital resources to their language learning process. This study conducts in-depth interviews with 50 international students and 7 instructors from the Language Center of Fu Jen Catholic University. Analysis of the interviews reveals that the digital resources students use for Chinese learning are of diverse kinds. Most international students frequently use computers and are acquainted with the phonetic transcription system of Hanyu pinyin for Chinese word processing. For self-learning, students are used to seeking support from Chinese-learning digital tools with interfaces in their own native languages. Students are highly interested in gaining access to culture-related information through the surroundings, websites, and various modes of media. Particularly, international students find information related to local youth culture preferable to other themes. In addition, this study also presents an analysis of the common barriers international students frequently encounter during their Chinese-learning process and provides some suggestions made by language instructors for planning out Chinese-learning digital resources.
Relation: 圖書與資訊學刊, 78(3:3), 1-22
Journal of Librarianship and Information Science
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.6575/JoLIS.2011.78.01
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