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A case study on applying the Web 2.0 software to train a Chinese L2 learner's listening and speaking skills
preprintposted on 10.11.2020, 20:56 by Qiao-Yu Cai, Cheng-Ji Lai
The present study analyzed a series of user-friendly, free Web2.0 digital tools for distance Chinese learners to study along with a textbook, Practical Audio-Visual Chinese 2, designed and carried out experimental teaching courses for Japanese participants with elementary Chinese proficiency, and lastly concluded with pedagogical suggestions for TCSOL based the feedback from users.
Based on the study results, two main themes were discussed: (1) how to design Web2.0 digital tools for distance Chinese learners as well as the pros and cons of using Web2.0 digital tools for TCSOL, (2) the timing, procedure, and effects of modular teaching using Web2.0 digital tools on elementary learners of Chinese.
Declaration of conflicts of interestNo conflicts of interest.
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author countryTaiwan
Lead author job roleHigher Education Faculty 4-yr College
Lead author institutionNational Taichung University of Education
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