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A Case Study of IBDP Chinese A Language and Literature
Heritage Chinese Learners
The case study aim is to discuss the instructional design of the language courses in the subject of Chinese A Language and Literature of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). The research questions are the principles and the content of the instruction, and if it can motivate the students of the case study and promote their learning outcomes. Through literature review and pilot research, the research is to confirm the teaching procedures, and then, implement the experiment. According to the results, the research will evaluate and discuss the outcomes and advise for the future research, hoping to benefit the students who choose this IB subject. The methods of the research are firstly literature review: dicussing the related researches. Secondly, by pilot research of the materials, interview of the experienced teachers and the student questionnaires, the research is to design the course and implement the experiment in the classroom. Then, analyze the outcomes from the pre-test and post-test of the word association, homework of text analysis and the questionnaire from the students. The results suggest that the students have gained the understanding of the cognitive instructional objectives. Regarding the affective objectives, the result has shown that the subjects have enhanced the identity of their mother country, and let them think deeper about the meaning of citizenship. However, for the civic consciousness and having sympathy toward others living in different conditions, the result shows that the instructional design can be further modified to improve this part. In addition, Paired Sample T-tests have shown that there are significant differences in the scores of combining understanding and analysis and the total result of the homework. Finally, in the perspective of teaching methods, the result has shown, constructivist teaching method has the benefit of learning outcomes of the subjects. The student-centered and technology-oriented teaching methods can motivate the subjects and enhance their learning outcomes.
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