The stimulation of students’ learning motivation is doubtless one of the key challenges of teachers in practice. After an analysis of different types of learning motives of Chinese learners and the relationship between motivation and learning outcomes, this lecture explores various means and methods of enhance students’ learning motivation from different perspectives, such as leaners’ needs, goal setting and levels of difficulty.
Prof. Ding received her PhD from the Renmin University and is currently deputy dean of the International Chinese Culture College and deputy director of the International Chinese Teacher Training Base of the East China Normal University. She also functions as vice chairwoman of the Standards and Evaluation Committee of the World Association for Chinese Language Teaching and as director of the Shanghai Chinese Language Association. Her main fields of research include international Chinese language education and international Chinese teacher education. She presided over and participated as a key member in the development of the „General Curriculum Syllabus for International Chinese Teaching“ and the revision of the „International Chinese Teacher Standards“ by the Language Coordination Center of the Chinese Ministry of Education. She has published over 70 academic papers as well as the monographs „Research on Learning Chinese as a Second Language“ and „Empirical Research on Learning Chinese as a Second Language“ (co-authored). The „My Classroom Activity Design Notes“ series of books has participated in the training of overseas local Chinese teachers for many times. As the editor-in-chief or the main author, she participated in the compilation of several textbooks, edited the „My Classroom Activity Design Notes“ series of books, and participated in the training of local Chinese teachers around the globe for many times.
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讲座将用中文进行 This lecture will be held in Chinese.
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