XingLong ZHAO; MinJuan WANG; WU, Juan; KeKang HE
July 2011
Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology;Jul2011, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p141
Academic Journal
This paper reports on a new pedagogy for Chinese language teaching and learning at elementary schools through exploratory classroom instruction using Information and Communication Technologies. The study used quantitative method to collect data from two elementary schools of China. The results showed that:(1) the three-in-one pedagogy of "character recognition, in-class reading and in-class writing" is a new approach for enhancing the efficiency of Chinese language learning at elementary schools, and (2) the new pedagogy provides a new perspective of integrating ICT into Classroom-based Chinese Language Learning (CCLL).


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