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Methodology of Teaching Japanese Speakers Chinese Grammar - How to Teach Chinese Grammar to Japanese Speakers

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Language: Japanese
Format: Paper
Page: 165
Publication Date: 06/2013
ISBN: 9787561935576
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Usage Advice: To be used by teachers as a reference or by self-taught learners

Level: Chinese Teachers (TCSL), 汉语研究者

This book makes a systematic summary of the important and difficult points in teaching Chinese grammar to Japanese speakers and provides feasible teaching methods and skills as well. The main body of the book is written in both Chinese and Japanese and is divided into two parts. Part 1 consists of 20 grammatical items, each of which is arranged according to the sequence of teaching for teachers’ convenience and is composed of “what’s wrong”, “why is it wrong”, “how do we say it” and “how do we practice it”. Part 2 deals with 20 pairs of confusable words. For each pair, a table of similarities and differences is provided before differentiation exercises. The table explains the situations in which each word is used and gives right and wrong examples to support the explanations so that students will be well aware of the similarities and differences between the easily confusable words. The differentiation exercises are mostly gap filling ones, with several words provided for students to choose from them, helping students absorb, understand and then master the differences between and usages of these words. This book is one of the training books for teachers engaged in teaching Japanese speakers Chinese. It can also be used by Japanese adults who have already had intermediate or advanced Chinese proficiency and are learning Chinese by themselves.

About the Author
Liu Fuhua is a professor and Ph.D. tutor of TCFL, linguistics and applied linguistics in Jilin University as well as the assistant dean of both the College of Humanities and the College of International Chinese Education of Jilin University. Ms. Liu’s representative works include Practical Chinese for Foreigners: Writing Course and A Training Course of Chinese Pronunciation.
Table of Contents
使用说明
绪论
上篇 常见汉语语法项目讲练
一、怎样教“有”字句?
二、怎样教“比”字句?
三、怎样教比较句的否定式“没有”?
四、怎样教动态助词“过”?
五、怎样教动态助词“了”?
六、怎样教动态助词“着”?
七、怎样教“(正/正在/在)……呢”?
八、怎样教“是……的”?
九、怎样教结果补语?
十、怎样教时量补语?
十一、怎样教动量补语?
十二、怎样教简单趋向补语?
十三、怎样教复合趋向补语?
十四、怎样教可能补语?
十五、怎样教情态补语,7
十六、怎样教“把”字句?
十七、怎样教“被”字句?
十八、怎样教“越来越……”“越……越……”?
十九、怎样教“一边……一边……”?
二十、怎样教“才”和“就”?
下篇 易混淆汉语语法点辨析
一、“不”和“没”有什么异同?
二、“对”和“对于”有什么异同?
三、“对于”和“关于”有什么异同?
四、“对”和“向”有什么异同?
五、“向”和“往”有什么异同?
六、“再”和“又”有什么异同?
七、“能”和“会”有什么异同?
八、“一点儿”和“有点儿”有什么异同?
九、“或者”和“还是”有什么异同?
十、“二”和“两”有什么异同?
十一、“刚才”和“刚”有什么异同?
十二、“千万”和“一定”有什么异同?
十三、“恐怕”和“可能”有什么异同?
十四、“由于”和“因为”有什么异同?
十五、“常常”和“往往”有什么异同?
十六、“按”和“按照”有什么异同?
十七、“何况”和“况且”有什么异同?
十八、“却”和“但是”有什么异同?
十九、“省得”和“以免”有什么异同?
二十、“稍”和“稍微”有什么异同?
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