The Research on the Cultivation Mode of Teachers Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages

Chengjiao ZHANG

Abstract


The present major of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (TCSOL) take on a vigorous trend of development. However, there are also some some deficiencies in the cultivation of teachers. For example, the training of TCSOL didn’t match with the employment; students didn’t get enough teaching practice; the cultivation of overseas Chinese teachers didn’t have strong pertinence; Confucius institutes and overseas Chinese teaching institutes didn’t play enough part in the cultivation of teachers. In this regard, we need to innovate the training mode of TCSOL teachers from the following aspects: 1. Strengthen the running of schools, and transform the Chinese teaching institutes for international students into school-run enterprises. 2. Lay down complete rules for teaching practice and strictly enforce them. 3. Adopt the way of training based on the order to meet the quality and quantity requirement for overseas Chinese teachers. 4. Give full play to the role of Confucius institutes and overseas Chinese teaching institutes in teacher training. At last, we also need to further elaborate the teaching levels of the standard for TCSOL teachers, pay more attention on the research of TCSOL teachers’ employment and major development, and strengthen the cultivation of local Chinese teachers.


Keywords


TCSOL; Teacher training; Mode research

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10535

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