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ERIC Number: ED011375
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Feb
Pages: 1
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ARTICULATION OF HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TRAINING MATERIALS IN CHINESE.
DEFRANCIS, JOHN
THE LACK OF COORDINATION BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE CHINESE LANGUAGE PROGRAMS PRESENTS A SERIOUS PROBLEM OF ARTICULATION FOR STUDENTS OF CHINESE. A COLLEGE PROGRAM THAT EMPHASIZED READING CHINESE MAY NOT BE COMPATIBLE WITH THE PREPARATION OF A STUDENT COMING FROM THE SPEAKING-PRONUNCIATION ORIENTATION OF HIS HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM. THERE IS A DEFINITE NEED FOR TWO TYPES OF PRONUNCIATION MATERIALS, ONE FOR STUDENTS AND ONE FOR TEACHERS, TO COMPENSATE FOR THE DIVERGENT BACKGROUNDS OF BOTH. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT HIGH SCHOOLS STRESS GOOD PRONUNCIATION AND FLUENT COMMAND OF A SMALLER AMOUNT OF MATERIAL RATHER THAN TRYING TO PUSH STUDENTS TOO FAR TOO FAST. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE "JOURNAL OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE TEACHER ASSOCIATION," VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1, FEBRUARY 1967. (FB)
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Identifiers: Chen (Theodore); Pinyin (Language); WEN YEN