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|Other Titles:||Developing a New Model for Captioned Video Teaching in Taiwanese Elementary Schools|
Department of English, NTNU
In 2001, the English language curriculum of nine-year comprehensive guidelines has been rashly implemented. Many problems since then have arisen, particularly in how to narrow the gaps between rural and urban schools and assist contextual instruction of cultural artifacts of Chinese teachers. Based on theoretical and practical aspects, this study discusses the possibility and feasibility of establishing a captioned cartoon teaching model for elementary English instruction. It aims to apply modem technology of intemet and satellites to deliver the content complemented with a teaching model so as to improve teacher quality and resources in remote areas. At theoretical level, it systematically considers "schema theory" and "dual coding theory" as a framework of captioned video teaching models. At practical level, it discovers that existing models cannot apply directly to Taiwanese context and thereby, some theoretical concepts are proposed as a basis for a new teaching model.
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