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Pathways to Advanced Skills, vol. 14, Individualized Instruction in East Asian Languages
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This volume presents both case studies of and issues in individualized instruction at the college level and proposes individualized instruction as a promising new possibility for East Asian language pedagogy. This volume should be of interest not only to East Asian language educators but also to foreign language educators, administrators, and education specialists in general.

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Performed Culture Approach – Chinese: Communicating in the Culture, demo class 1
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This demo Class One employs the "Performed Culture Approach" in teaching Chinese as a foreign language with the learning materials Chinese: Communicating in the Culture to the beginning level learners.

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Performed Culture Approach – Chinese: Communicating in the Culture, demo class 2-2
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The demo class 2-2 employs the Performed Culture Approach in teaching Chinese as a foreign language with the learning materials Chinese: Communicating in the Culture to the beginning level learners.

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