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An Action Research of Integrating Balanced Approach into A Chinese Remedial Instruction Program for New immigrant Children
balanced approach instruction
Chinese remedial instruction
new immigrant children
Chinese reading teaching
Chinese writing teaching
The study attemptd to develop a balanced approach Chinese remedial instruction program for new immigrant children, which promoted their motivation and abilities of reading and writing effectively, and to offer some advice on future practice of remedial instruction program. The method of action research was adopted in this study, and there were three 3th grade students in an elementary school in New Taipei cityinvited as the subjects of a thirteen-week Chinese remedial instruction program. According to both qualitative and quantitative data gathered through the evaluation designed for the program, there were three main findings as following: 1. Through the implementing of the program, there were positive effects on improving students' reading and writing motivation in several relating language aspects. However, the improved motivation of reading and writing didn't transfer to other learning situations. 2. Through the implementing of the program, not only the reading comprehension was improved, but also making the vocabulary more sense for new immigrant students. 3. There were remarkable and relatively steady growths in both quality and quantity of students' writing in the program. Nevertheless, the writing quality may have been easily affected once the learning situation changes. 4. New immigrant students were much more interested in the instructing topics which relating to self-experience and background, or provoking their imagination. And they disliked abstract and private topics. 5. New immigrant students liked the learning activities which were interesting and effectively helpful for learning. They were willing to share their own stories and interested in creating stories through the reading process. Based on the results, several instructing suggestions for Chinese remedial instruction programs were made and may have shed some light on program design, implement and research for future educators and researchers.
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