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|Other Titles:||A Qualitative Research on Teaching Mandarin Tones to Children with Hearing Impairment: From Teachers' Viewpoint|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The purpose of the study was to understand how teachers in Shanghai taught Mandarin tones to children with hearing impairment, and what their instruction philosophies were. Four senior Chinese teachers working on a preschool, a special school and a rehabilitation institute were interviewed. Research tools were an interview outline, tape scripts, research memos and the researcher. The results clearly indicated five core native concepts: listening, speaking, looking, memorizing and handling. Different teaching timing, models and focus that were depending on each school environment and the ages of the children were discussed.
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