Opening speech by Prof. Istvan Kecskes, President of CASLAR

 

 

Opening speech by co-president, Prof. Jianmin, Zhang

Director of the Institute of Global Chinese Language Teacher Education, East China Normal University

 

Keynote speaker: Dr. Cornelius C. Kubler

 

Keynote speaker: Dr. Wangxi Zhang

 

Keynote speaker: Dr. Anqi Ding

 

Keynote speaker: Dr. Helen Shen

 

 

Researchers at CASLAR 3016

 

 

 

 

 

The list of the accepted abstracts:

1 Tianhe Niu

中西文化背景差异下针对西班牙语母语学生 汉语“了”的教学分析研究

 

2 Jie Liu 

试论程度副词+形容词结构的对外汉语教学 以意大利汉语学习者习得偏误分析为例

 

3 Zhou Yan-Ling 

漢俄語動詞配價研究──以四價動詞為例展開論述

 

4 Cheng-Chieh Su 

“熟”的认知语义分析及教学刍议

 

5 Xuehua Xiang 

Connecting Theory and Practice in Chinese Heritage Language Curriculum Development

 

6 Yongyang Wang 

第二语言教育的戏剧化教学法 - 以汉语国际教育为例

 

7 Yue Yang and Xiaoyu Zuo 

汉语作为第二语言动机行为系统模型构建——基于L2MSS、焦虑与自我效能理论

 

8 Chun-Yi Peng

Teaching dialect variation: The case of aspectual you in southern Mandarin varieties

 

9 Zhou Fu Kong and Zhou Yan-Ling 

汉语语用配价研究──以破缺义及传播义动词为例展开论述

 

10 Xiuhong Zhang 

基于语料库的高年级本科留学生汉语书面正式语体教学设计

 

11 Jing Wu

Tacit Knowledge Acquisition at Intermediate to Advanced Levels Chinese for Business Professionals Classes

 

12 Han-Te Wang

漢語介詞的教學語法與排序研究

 

13 Fanghui Gao

论跨文化交际视角下的对外汉语课堂管理

 

14 洪瑞春

“从阅读到写作”教学思考--以新加坡中学新教材的记叙文教学为例

 

15 潘 晓玲 and 洪 瑞春 

“学思达”理念下的“阅读到写作”模式建构

 

16 Wei Hing Ip. 

Enhancing Intercultural Communication in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language – An Action Research Study

 

17 Jane Orton 

Developing Writing in Primary L2 Chinese: a study of the first phase

 

18 Xiaofei Pan 

Comparing two collaborative writing strategies in the L2 Chinese writing: A case study

 

19 马萍 

关于纽大中文项目初级阶段中文复习课内容和形式的调查和教学建议

 

20 Xiaolu Wang and Wan Ren

Lexical Association and CSL Learners' Acquisition of Chinese Numeral Classifiers

 

21 Yu-Ka Wong

Reading Chinese characters in isolation or in words by young Chinese-as-a-second-language learners: similarities and differences in the performances and the error patterns

 

22 Jing Guo

法国司汤达大学汉语选修课学生汉字学习情况调查报告

 

23 An-King Lim

On Chinese as a third language in the second language education

 

24 Rui Bao

A sociocultural approach to understanding task-based interaction between complete beginners of Chinese as a foreign language: implications for Chinese language pedagogy

25 Lingfen Zhang

The affordances of TV drama in developing L2 Chinese learners' intercultural competence

 

26 Aesah Mamuh

泰国马来族学生初级阶段汉语声母难点及教学对策

 

27 Huichen Hsiao and Ping-Jung Chen

漢語趨向事件表述之偏好 -- 以日籍學習者為例

 

28 Yu-Shan Chou and Huichen Hsiao

華語經濟新聞中的溫度相關多義詞探究

 

29 Yin Zhang

Design Process for Teaching CLIL Science Units

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AT CASLAR-4, Shanghai, August 19-21, 2016

 

Dr. Cornelius C. Kubler

Stanfield Professor of Asian Studies, Williams College, USA 

https://asian-studies.williams.edu/profile/ckubler/

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Wangxi Zhang

Professor, Head of Chinese International Teaching Department, Beijing Language and Culture University, China

http://www.blcu.edu.cn/art/2012/7/3/art_5733_1070347.html

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Helen H. Shen 

Professor of Chinese, Academic Coordinator for the Chinese Program, University of Iowa, USA

http://clas.uiowa.edu/dwllc/asll/people/helen-h-shen

 

 

 

 

 Dr. Anqi Ding

Professor of Second Language Acquisition

Deputy Director of the Institute of Global Chinese Language Teacher Education, ECNU

http://faculty.ecnu.edu.cn/s/2644/t/28688/main.jspy 

 

 

Dear All:

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We apologize for all inconvenience and hope for your understanding.

 

Istvan Kecskes

4th International Conference on Chinese as a Second Language Research

Short Title: CASLAR-4

 

Call for papers

Date: August 19-21, 2016

Location: East China Normal University, Shanghai, China (old campus)

Conference website: http://training.ecnu.edu.cn/caslar4

Conference Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CASLAR Association website: www.caslarcenter.com

Linguistic Field(s):

  • Applied Linguistics
  • Language Acquisition
  • Language Teaching Methodology
  • Discourse Analysis
  • General Linguistics
  • Pragmatics 

Subject Language(s): 

  • Mandarin Chinese
  • English

Important Dates:

  • Abstract Submissions Due:                April 1, 2016 
  • Acceptance Notification (by email):    April 15, 2016 
  • Early Birds Registration:                    up to June 15, 2016
  • Conference Dates:                             August 19-21, 2016

Meeting Description:

CASLAR is a biennial conference with the goal to bring together scholars from all over the world whose research focuses on the acquisition, development and use of Chinese as a second language to survey available knowledge in the field, exchange ideas and initiate research projects. The conference is a part of the CASLAR movement that aims to transform a field from a primarily experienced-and practice-based discipline into a discipline based on and supported by research and theory. The first CASLAR conference was held at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou in 2010, the second one was in Taipei, Taiwan in 2012, and the third conference was held in Parma, Italy in 2014.

Another means supporting the CASLAR movement is a new bilingual journal Chinese as a Second Language Research《汉语作为第二语言研究》published by De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin/New York. Copies of the journal will be available at the conference. Website of the journal: http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/caslar

Organizer:

    Office at Institute of Global Chinese Language Teacher Education, East China Normal University

Organizing Committee: