Three-stage blended Chinese Teaching Online and Offline for International Students: A Case Study on Chinese Teaching for International Students in S University

Journal: Journal of Higher Education Research DOI: 10.32629/jher.v3i2.758

Yanbo Wu, Junling Wang

Ningxia Medical University, Yinchuan 750004, Ningxia, China


With the application of information technology in the field of education, the blended teaching, which integrates the advantages of traditional teaching and network teaching, has attracted increasing attention from the academic community at home and abroad. Chinese teaching for international students must fully take into account students' instrumental motivation, learning difficulties, behavioral characteristics and knowledge structure in learning Chinese, and adopt a whole-course, all-area, and all-space teaching mode. The "online + offline" blended teaching can change the previous teaching method of focusing on the classroom, and gradually focus on the whole chain of three stages before class, during class and after class. In this way, in-class knowledge acquisition can be combined with extra-curricular practical experience, and online personalized learning guidance can be combined with offline centralized training exercises. This will help to realize the transformation of language knowledge into language ability, focus on creating situations, strengthen exploration and collaboration, promote knowledge transfer, promote students' personalized knowledge construction, improve the interest and quality of Chinese language learning for international students, and improve international students' understanding of Chinese language and culture. identity. It also contributes to the dissemination of Chinese voices and Chinese stories.


Chinese for international students, blended teaching, three-stage teaching


2018 Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region Teaching Reform Research and Practice Project: Experimental Research on Third-Order Blended Teaching in Chinese Teaching for International Students (Project No.: NXBJG2018046)


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