Teaching Chinese Language through Immortal Songs Comparing to Vietnamse Language

  • Huynh Tan Hoi Japanese Language , FPT University, Ho Chi Minh City, VIET NAM
Keywords: Chinese, teaching and learning, immortal songs, quality

Abstract

Foreign languages in general and Chinese in particular has an important role in the context which the world has been developing continuously. Understanding and using this language eloquently will make learners have more chances to exchange culture, absorb new knowledge as well as present thoughts and views in a comfortable way. This paper mentions the reality of teaching and learning Chinese and the ways to upgrade the education quality through training practicing immortal songs as well as comparing to Vietnamese language. The article was completed with the assistance of 30 learners who are studying Chinese at some foreign language centers in Ho Chi Minh City during July of 2018 and it showed that learning process will be much more interesting and easier when listening to music. 

 

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Published
2018-12-25
Section
Articles