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First Name:Marilyn
Last name:Guerrera
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Name of Institution :Xiamen University
Country:United States
Paper Introduction :This research is based on teaching Chinese as a second/foreign language and how to promote Chinese studies in America. The research will talk about environment, dynamic and discourse analysis with promoting Chinese Language and Culture in the community. To be a modern Chinese in the 21st century learning a second language and another culture like Chinese or Spanish can increase job prospects in your chosen field. Beyond diplomacy, educators encouraged students to follow their many passions, whether law or writing, dance or running a business. It's not so important to memorize things as it is to be able to analyze things. Educators encourage students to pursue deeper learning and thinking, such as letting students ask questions, having informed opinions, and being able to defend their positions. While teachers encourage learners to be strong in the languages, humanities and sciences, learners stressed that their ability to think critically will set them apart. This research will to explore the teaching practices in second language acquisition and conceptual shift to the world of marketing to promote the use of “soft power”, integrating from traditional to modern learning concepts. The initial configuration of the second language acquisition and analysis will be suitable for learners to promote innovative ideas and suggestions. Language and culture of the Chinese will continually be around communities anywhere in the world. The goal is to use a simple but most persuasive medium for the promotion of Chinese, no longer making it the hardest to learn, but the most popular. Using education to cultivate qualified personnel and using culture to promote Chinese language. Keywords: Second Language Acquisition, Marketing promotion, discourse analysis, media, web-based learning
Technological Needs:Multimedia Projector,Multimedia Speakers
Abstract Supporting Attachment:基於二語教學分析到漢語行銷推廣研究.pdf

This research is based on teaching Chinese as a second/foreign language and how to promote Chinese studies in America. The research will talk about environment, dynamic and discourse analysis with promoting Chinese Language and Culture in the community. To be a modern Chinese in the 21st century learning a second language and another culture like Chinese or Spanish can increase job prospects in your chosen field. Beyond diplomacy, educators encouraged students to follow their many passions, whether law or writing, dance or running a business. It's not so important to memorize things as it is to be able to analyze things. Educators encourage students to pursue deeper learning and thinking, such as letting students ask questions, having informed opinions, and being able to defend their positions. While teachers encourage learners to be strong in the languages, humanities and sciences, learners stressed that their ability to think critically will set them apart. This research will to explore the teaching practices in second language acquisition and conceptual shift to the world of marketing to promote the use of “soft power”, integrating from traditional to modern learning concepts. The initial configuration of the second language acquisition and analysis will be suitable for learners to promote innovative ideas and suggestions. Language and culture of the Chinese will continually be around communities anywhere in the world.The goal is to use a simple but most persuasive medium for the promotion of Chinese, no longermaking it the hardest to learn, but the most popular. Using education to cultivate qualified personnel and using culture to promote Chinese language.

 

Keywords:Second Language Acquisition, Marketing promotion, discourse analysis, media, web-based learning

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#2 jacques 2014-11-12 11:55
reject 1
#1 Yea-Fen Chen 2014-11-02 09:04
rejected
ranking: 1

This proposal is not focused. It tries to discuss too many issues.

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