1.6.3 Didaktische Aspekte

1.6.3 Didaktische Aspekte

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  • Chen, Hanliang (1997): Einige Anmerkungen über die Auswirkungen kultureller Unterschiede in Sprachen auf den Fremdsprachenunterricht. In: Berlin International (Berlin) (7-8), S. 102–107.
  • Duff, Patricia A.; Doherty, Liam (2018): Chinese second language socialization. In: Chuanren Ke (Hg.): The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Second Language Acquisition. Milton: Routledge (Routledge Language Handbooks), S. 82–99.
  • Hong, Wei (1997): Sociopragmatics in language teaching: with examples of Chinese requests. In: Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 32 (1), S. 95–107.
  • Kasper, Gabriele (1995): Pragmatics of Chinese as native and target language. Honolulu, Hawai’i: University of Hawaii Press (Technical Report / Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center, 5).
  • Li, Wendan (2004): The Discourse Perspective in Teaching Chinese Grammar. In: Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 39 (1), S. 25–44.
  • Li, Wendan (2005): Topic chains in Chinese. A discourse analysis and applications in language teaching. München: LINCOM EUROPA (LINCOM studies in Asian linguistics, 57).
  • Wang, Wei (2016): Prosody and discourse functions of ranhou 然后: With implications for teaching Mandarin conjunctions at the discourse level. In: Hongyin Tao (Hg.): Integrating Chinese Linguistic Research and Language Teaching and Learning. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company (7), S. 145–168.
  • Wei, Wanchuan; Zhang, Luchang (2003): 非语言交际手段在对外汉语教学中的运用. fei yuyan jiaoji shouduan zai duiwai hanyu jiaoxue zhong de yunyong. In: Yunnan shifan daxue xuebao (duiwai hanyu jiaoxue yu yanjiu ban), 2003 (5).
  • Yang, Li (2019): Development of Pragmatic and Grammatical Awareness in L2 Chinese Classrooms. In: Fangyuan Yuan und Shuai Li (Hg.): Classroom Research on Chinese as a Second Language: Routledge, S. 190–210.