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Performed Culture Approach: ACT Class

This video demonstrates how to conduct an ACT class. The students are expected to give a spontaneous performance in delivery, accuracy, pronunciation, listening comprehension, and sociocultural appropriateness. Students should actively engage in conversations with previously rehearsed target expressions. ACT class regards classroom as a Chinese environment, and thus is Chinese language only. Students know what to expect in each class by reading weekly schedules.
Author(s): CHAI, Donglin and the NEALRC team
URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qD8mLOdLDOQ&list=PLxrMNt4...
Language(s): Chinese
Category: Teaching and Learning Materials, Research, Teacher Development, LCTL Initiatives
Level: Beginning, Intermediate
Audience: 9-12, University, Self-Study
General Format: Audio-Visual
Specific Medium: Video Tape, Website
Skill: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking
Price: Free
Keywords: Performed Culture approach, ACT class
Publisher: National East Asian Languages Resource Center at The Ohio State University
 
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