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Engaging in Creative Information-Reconstruction: An Exploration into the Framework of Multimedia Design for Teaching Chinese-English Translation to Native English and Native Japanese Speakers in an English Speaking Country
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Educational Media International Volume 38, Number 1, ISSN 0952-3987

Abstract

Discusses second language acquisition and the use of multimedia that allows learners to be actively engaged in the language learning process, based on experiences at an Australian university teaching Chinese to English and Japanese students. Considers the phonological level, the semantic level, the syntactic level, and the discourse level. (LRW)

Citation

Wei, L. (2001). Engaging in Creative Information-Reconstruction: An Exploration into the Framework of Multimedia Design for Teaching Chinese-English Translation to Native English and Native Japanese Speakers in an English Speaking Country. Educational Media International, 38(1), 39-43. Retrieved October 23, 2019 from .

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