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Title: 新加坡幼稚园和托儿所的华文教学(2000)= A study of Singapore kindergartens and child care centre's Chinese language teaching since 2000
Authors: 傅涵怡 Poh, Han Yi
Keywords: DRNTU::Social sciences::Education::Chinese
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: 这篇论文主要研究新加坡自2000年来幼稚园和托儿所的华文教学的发展。幼儿是国家未来的希望,在现今全球化与知识经济时代,知识和技术的掌握非常重要,而学前教育作为教育的基础和开始,对幼儿的发展和日后学习扮演重要的角色。自2000年起,教育部开始对此阶段的教育加以关注,并通过考察和研究,设计了学前教育教学目标和课程模式。华文承载华族传统文化,是象征华族历史、根源和族群意识的宝贵语言。学习自身母语因此格外重要,而近年中国的蓬勃发展又给华语学习注入商业价值。学前华文教学的重要性受到重视,这方面的研究相当缺乏。本文根据教育部的研究、报告与政策,分析学前华文教学的改进与演变;通过走访幼稚园和托儿所探讨学前华文教学的课程和模式。 The focus of this dissertation is on the study of the Chinese language teaching in Singapore’s kindergartens and childcare centres since 2000. This is a field less researched, and its importance is gaining greater attention. Singapore’s main resource is its people, hence to remain competitive, the quality of its people is significant. Preschool education, being the basis and foundation of lifelong learning, is important for a child’s development and growth. In the globalised and knowledge-based economy today, the necessity of learning cannot be stressed enough. The growing China economy gave unprecedented status to Mandarin and Chinese culture. Mandarin thus became a highly popular language with the economical value associated. Through the study of the pilot research project, reports and policies, the Ministry of Education has conducted and implemented changes in preschool Chinese language teaching methods and outcomes are outlined. Insights into the Chinese language teaching and learning environment are provided through interviews conducted with kindergartens and childcare centres personnel.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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