Teaching Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Heritage Language Students Curriculum Needs, Materials, and Assessment (Esl & Applied Linguistics Professional)

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Subjects:

  • Bilingualism & multilingualism,
  • Language acquisition,
  • Teaching of a specific subject,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Chinese,
  • Japanese,
  • Korean,
  • Language,
  • Bilingual Education,
  • Foreign Language Study / English as a Second Language,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Literacy,
  • Literacy,
  • Chinese Americans,
  • Education,
  • Japanese Americans,
  • Korean Americans

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ContributionsKimi Kondo-Brown (Editor), James Dean Brown (Editor)
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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages368
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11281281M
ISBN 100805858776
ISBN 109780805858778

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Edition 1st Edition. Cited by: 2. This book contributes to building the research knowledge that language teaching professionals need in developing curriculum for the large population of East Asian heritage students (including Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) in countries like the United States, Canada, and Australia, where speakers of East Asian languages are among the fastest growing populations.

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Chinese, Japanese, and Korean ethnic heritages. Defining heritage language (HL) learners as those "who have acquired their cultural or linguistic competence in a nondominant language primarily through contact at home with foreign born parents and/or other family members" (p.

3), the editors maintain that foreign language education for HL and. I've read Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language once and now I will read it a second time. Excellent book. I will recommend this to other teachers. I am very happy to see more books like this on the market.

— Joanne Havemeyer, Convent of the Sacred Heart Prepatory School, Greenwich. Kimi Kondo-Brown is the author of Teaching Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Heritage Language Students ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published This book contributes to building the research knowledge that language teaching professionals need in developing curriculum for the large population of East Asian heritage students (including Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) in countries like the Un.

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Teaching Heritage Languages: An Online Workshop. Modules 1 and 2 are self-paced online tutorials that are designed for teachers of world and heritage languages.

As you complete the first module, you will gain a better understanding of important differences between heritage language learners (HLLs) and foreign language learners (FLLs).

The focus of this paper is Japanese heritage language learners in an Australian context. The project was conducted at a hoshuu-koo, a Japanese supplementary school and explored the experiences of a group of year seven students over a period of one year, in an alternative language class especially designed for heritage language fredjaillet.com: Mizue Aiko.

The Confucius Institute, supervised by Hanban (the National Office For Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language), promotes the Chinese language in the West and other parts of the world.

The People's Republic of China began to accept foreign students from the communist countries (in Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa) from the s onwards. “Heritage language learners’ attitudes, motivations and instructional needs: The case of post-secondary Korean language learners.” Teaching Chinese, Japanese and Korean Heritage Students: Curriculum Needs, Materials and Assessment, edited by K.

Kondo-Brown and J. Brown, Mahwah, NJ:Lawrence Erlbaum Associates,pp. – Japanese and English language ability of students at supplementary Japanese schools in the U.S.

In K. Kondo-Brown & J.D. Brown (Eds.), Teaching Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Heritage Language Students (pp. Teaching Chinese, Japanese and Korean heritage language students: Curriculum needs, materials, and assessment (ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional series).

Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. ISBN (‐) 2. Kondo‐Brown, K. (Ed.). (single editor) (). Heritage language development: Focus on East Asian immigrants. How do I teach Heritage Language Learners. There are Five Principles for teaching mixed classes of HLL and English-speaking students learning a second language.

From: “Workshop on teaching Mixed Classes”, National Heritage Language Resource Center, UCLA María Carreira, Claire Chik, Joan Chevalier, Alejandro Lee, Alegria Ribadeneira, Julio.

Aug 25,  · Danielle O. Pyun (). Review of ‘Teaching Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Heritage Language Students: Curriculum needs, Materials, and Assessment’ edited by Kimi Kondo-Brown and James Dean Brown, The Modern Language Journal, 93(2), link; Conference Proceedings.

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Heritage language learners’ attitudes, motivations and instructional needs: The case of post-secondary Korean language learners Book Section This study examines college-level Korean language learners’ language attitudes, motivational orientations, and self-efficacy as heritage language learners.

World Language Program Faculty. She effectively incorporates Chinese culture into her mini-books for language teaching. Liangyu Chen, BA English, MA Teaching Chinese as Second language Korea. She has over ten years of experience in teaching Korean language and culture to international students.

Booyoun has MA in Korean Studies from. The Journey to Become a Standards-Based World Language Teacher documents the experiences of a group of Chinese language teachers and how they implement the standards in their teaching practice. The featured teachers focus on these topics: Instruction in a Meaningful Context; Building a Learning Community for Heritage Language Learners, and.

Bokyung Mun– Assistant Teaching Professor Bokyung Mun received her Ph.D. in Linguistics from Georgetown University and joined the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures as an Assistant Teaching Professor in Korean. Her main research interests lie in the areas of syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and Korean linguistics with particular focus on tense and modality.

Her. Hae-Young Kim Professor of the Practice of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Her research and teaching interests include L2 Korean morpho-syntactic development, bilingualism, heritage language development and maintenance, and content-based instruction of language with focus on history, literature and cultural studies.

Second Language Acquisition Processes in the Classroom: Learning Japanese. Learn more; Lü, C., & Koda, K. The roles of phonological awareness and oral vocabulary knowledge in English-Chinese biliteracy acquisition among Chinese heritage language learners.

Heritage Language Journal. Learn more; Amy Snyder Ohta. Introduction / Kimi Kondo-Brown and James Dean Brown -- Issues and future agendas for teaching Chinese, Japanese, and Korean heritage students / Kimi Kondo-Brown -- Japanese and English language ability of students at supplementary Japanese schools in the United States / Hiroko C.

Kataoka, Yasuko Koshiyama, and Setsuko Shibata -- Measuring the Japanese proficiency of heritage language. The State of Korean Heritage Language Education. Korean American children have limited opportunities to develop bilingualism in the current U.S. educational system.

Heritage language education has existed in the form of weekend schools, which are community-based programs that offer language/culture instruction for a few hours per week.

Teaching Chinese, Japanese, and Korean heritage language students: curriculum needs, materials, and assessment / edited by Kimmi [i.e. Kimi] Kondo-Brown, James Dean Brown. Koeun Park (Kona Eldredge) is a Korean language instructor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures and L2TReC, a doctoral student in the Department of Education, Culture and Society, and a graduate assistant at the Urban Institute for Teacher Education within the University of Utah.

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