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Recently, overseas scholars and Chinese communities have suggested that the National Palace Museum collection should be inc1uded in Chinese teaching materials. Chinese learners then will learn not only a "language," but also a culture. This shows overseas scholars and Chinese communities' expectation of the integration of language and culture in Chinese teaching, and marks the beginning of a full investigation of current Chinese culture teaching materials from home and abroad.In this research, researchers begin with the idea that the combination of abundant digital resources of Chinese culture, Chinese competence indicators, and vocabulary levels is the basis of the development of culture teaching materials. This research attempts to integrate the National Palace Museum collection into Chinese teaching to explore its connection to real life. This research also aims to establish Chinese culture digital teaching materials with the application of outstanding digital teaching technology of Taiwan. By the analysis of the adequacy of present culture teaching materials, this research reveals that the language in Chinese culture teaching materials is often difficult with too many proper nouns. Moreover, those teaching materials lack simple contents of material culture and festival culture. In addition, this research outlines the topics of culture c1asses based on the digital archives of National Palace Museum. It is anticipated that the integration of language and culture learning will help overseas learners have a better understanding of the charm of Chinese language culture and the richness of the National Palace Museum collection.
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