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The Development of Podcasts for Teaching Intermediate Chinese
Teaching Chinese As a Second Language
With the progress of the improvement of technology, especially the internet, learning tools are much various thanbefore; consequently, the development of distance learning shows the flexibility of education. In the domain of language education, immerging in the target language is an efficient way; however, not all students can own this advantageous opportunity, and this forms the background of language distance education. According to the factors of technology tools and the benefit to language education, podcast has been raised as an approach of asynchronous distance learning. In the content, the structure is based on ADDIE. First, the analyzed subjects include theories and on-going Chinese teaching podcasts. Secondly, based on the previous discuss, before making the samples, the surveys by interview and questionnaire were done to make the result more accurately adapted to students’ need. Third, via implementing the part of listening teaching in the Chinese 3 class in University of Canberra, the post-listening survey was done to see the feedback of students who are not at the countries of the Chinese language area. Furthermore, in addition to the design of listening teaching, the samples of the listening strategy, the teaching materials, and the assisting website were also made. At last, through this study, the principles of making Chinese teaching podcasts which includes website design and resources, podcast teaching content, program arrangement and podcast teaching materials are suggested as the reference to others who may want to build a Chinese podcast system in the future.
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