Key points of the lecture
There is general consensus that the teaching and learning of language cannot be separated from the teaching and learning of culture. However, there is much dispute on how teachers should carry out cultural teaching, if there is no “cultural curriculum”. The answer to this question should be based on the practical experiences of practicing teachers, for which communicative exchange is essential. This lecture focuses on two issues for discussion：
How to determine “cultural aspects” in the teaching of Chinese?
How to teach “cultural aspects”?
主讲人简介 About the Lecturer
WANG Xuesong, Ph.D., is a professor of the School of Chinese Culture of Beijing Normal University as well as a member of the university’s academic committee and teaching steering committee. He has taught Chinese language and Chinese culture at Middlebury College and Dartmouth University in the United States, Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea, and Kanazawa University in Japan. His current research primarily focuses on the teaching of Chinese language and culture as well as on ancient Chinese literature. Prof. Wang was the chief editor of “Research on Chinese Culture and Intercultural Communication for Second Language Teaching” ,and currently presides over the research project “Grading Guidelines for Cultural Teaching Based on the Chinese Proficiency Standards in International Chinese Education” (National Language Commission 2020).
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讲座将用中文进行 This lecture will be held in Chinese.