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Short-term Intensive Chinese Program and Material Design for Chiang Mai Vocational College
Short-term material design
The number of students who are looking for short-term Chinese language courses is growing. Such courses are mostly held in Taiwan and Mainland China where students can be totally immersed in the target language environment. Although there are lots of short-term courses in Taiwan and China, still many students do not have the opportunity to go overseas to experience Chinese culture. Hence, this research is working on how to start and run a short-term language and culture program in a non-target language environment, especially for Thai students. We worked with Chiang Mai Vocational College, Thailand, during July to October 2017, and held a two-week language and culture program for students of Chiang Mai Vocational College, aged 15 to 19. The purpose of the program is to motivate the students to learn and appreciate Chinese language and culture, and to enable students to acquire basic communication skill in Chinese. Along with the program design, we also design a textbook for the intensive short-term program. It is concluded that holding holding a language program in a non-target language environment, native researcher should have cooperated with local schools or teachers, in order to know students better and to meet students’ need as well.
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