Corpus building for the outcome-based education of the ancient Chinese courses

Bing QIU, Qingzhi ZHU

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Abstract

Ancient Chinese is a core course of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature in most of related universities. However, the traditional teaching materials for Ancient Chinese are usually complied according to personal experience and preference, as a result of which, they cannot integrate with the modern teaching philosophy, especially the outcome-based education. To introduce a scientific, impersonal and quantitative foundation for the learning of Ancient Chinese, a corpus was constructed, which covers lexical and syntactic learning objectives based on the statistical inspection of selected typical literatures published in ancient times. The corpus will contribute to the transition from traditional experiential teaching to modern scientific teaching for the Ancient Chinese course. Copyright © 2014 Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChinese lexical semantics: 15th Workshop, CLSW 2014, Macao, China, June 9--12, 2014, Revised selected papers
EditorsXinchun SU, Tingting HE
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherSpringer
Pages358-368
ISBN (Electronic)9783319143316
ISBN (Print)9783319143309
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Citation

Qiu, B., & Zhu, Q. (2014). Corpus building for the outcome-based education of the ancient Chinese courses. In X. Su & T. He (Eds.), Chinese lexical semantics: 15th Workshop, CLSW 2014, Macao, China, June 9--12, 2014, Revised selected papers (pp. 358-368). Cham: Springer.

Keywords

  • Teaching materials
  • Corpus
  • Learning objectives
  • International Publishing Switzerland.
  • Ancient Chinese

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