Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
A Study of a Whole Hakka Language Immersion Preschool
This study was mainly to investigate a preschool Hakka language immersion program and the difficulties for the preschool teachers, and to explore the parental attitudes about Hakka language immersion program. This preschool Hakka language immersion program was located in Neipu Township, Pingtung County. Questionnaires and in-depth interviews were adopted. The teachers in the Hakka immersion preschool were interviewed regarding their instruction difficulties for the program. Furthermore, parents in the preschool were asked to fill out the questionnaire regarding the attitude toward the Hakka language immersion program. Results indicated that whole Hakka language immersion program might be successful in preschools. Teachers designing theme courses with Hakka language into play might stimulate children's attention and interests. Based on a series of courses and only speaking in Hakka during the teaching processes; it might help children to speak more Hakka language and increase understanding of the culture of Hakka. Regarding the difficulties of the Hakka language immersion program, children liked to speak more Mandarin instead of Hakka language; teachers had to remind them in time. Furthermore, the families played an important role for their children's Hakka language learning, teachers were unable to intervene the family, and they could only focus on school education. Cooperation between family and school might assist children to speak Hakka more frequently. Regarding parental attitudes, findings indicated that parents with better Hakka language capacity were more positive toward the Hakka language immersion program.
|Appears in Collections:||教師著作|
Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.