Exploring Teachers' Views about Native Language Instruction and Education in Taiwanese Elementary Schools

Exploring Teachers' Views about Native Language Instruction and Education in Taiwanese Elementary Schools

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This study explores teachers' views and experiences with native language education and instruction in Taiwan. These teachers are involved in Taiwan's current native language program and also experienced the Mandarin Movement which started several decades ago. Children were usually not allowed to extensively speak their indigenous languages at school throughout that period. Data for this qualitative study was collected from multiple, in-depth, semi-structured and unstructured interviews with 10 Hakka teachers involved in Hakka language instruction in elementary schools in Taiwan.that the Hakka proverb was full of wisdom. ... And they told me, a#39;Teacher, I have noticed that! ... The other student immediately corrected that student by saying, a#39; No, you need to say a#39;sien sanga#39; (teacher), not teacher! ... Very cute! (Betty, personal interview, May 27, 2006). Though she sometimes faced frustrations while teaching Hakka, Doris said she still ... Doris remembered she once taught in an elementary school for one semester, but left because the class time was arranged duringanbsp;...


Title:Exploring Teachers' Views about Native Language Instruction and Education in Taiwanese Elementary Schools
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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