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A Study of Teaching Thai with Cultural Elements for Taiwanese Learners
Teaching Thai Language
Language Learning Method
Modern society is already a diversified and communicative global village. Language learning is important. Regardless of the time, people or place, soci-ety remains a global village. Language learning is important. In keeping with the trend towards adapting to the forming global village. Thailand is also one of the ASEAN member countries. Now Taiwan has begun to attach importance to the encouragement of talents in the training of languages in Southeast Asia. Thai language teaching is also an important part of this, and future develop-ments in all aspects, such as cultural exchange, tourism, industry, Academic development requires the training of Thai language professionals. This study is based on the Thai language teaching experience in Taiwan and conducted the teaching method research of Thai language education, mainly for Thai begin-ners. The qualitative research of this study is aimed at studying linguistics, using Taiwanese learners and Thai language teaching as research subjects, collecting literature, document analysis, and in-depth interviews to collect data, analyzing case studies in the process of learning Thai and teaching Thai teachers. The dilemma, motivation and specific response of the learning expe-rience are expected to serve as a reference for the development of teaching in foreign languages. In this study, a total of 42 people from Taiwan and Thailand, Previous and current, After the discussion and analysis of the interview data, it was concluded that the pronunciation of the consonants and vowels of the primary Thai language is difficult for Taiwanese learners The findings of this study are summarized as follows: 1. The pronunciation of the consonants of the primary Thai language for Taiwanese learners that are difficult because the original mother tongue did not have such a sound; for example : voiced sound , vibrant and nasal sound 2. Thai vowels that are difficult to pronounce and write for learners are the vowels in Thai have the difference of length and shortness or there are some vowels that are compound sounds, that is, two-tone vowels. The writing style is also very close, which may cause difficulties in learning the primary language of Thai. According to results of the research, this study’s conclusion has recom-mendations on teaching Thai as a foreign language as well as sugge¬stions for future researchers in compa¬triot education.
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