Exploration and Application of Online Flipped Class for Oral Chinese as a Foreign Language

Hongmei CUI


The covid-19 pneumonia epidemic disrupted international students’ pace of returning to China on schedule. Under the dual background of home study and online learning, international students lack the environment for Chinese language learning and communication. After returning to their own country, they almost no longer speak Chinese. This has led to the deterioration of oral Chinese expression ability and lower Chinese proficiency. Therefore, how to make online and offline teaching homogeneous and equivalent has become a huge challenge for teachers of Chinese as a foreign language. Through the teaching practice of online flipped class for oral Chinese as a foreign language, both questionnaire survey and interview is applied to analyze the effects of online teaching. The factors that affect online flipped class are explored and the corresponding solutions are proposed. Furthermore, the methods to encourage students to maintain enthusiasm for learning Chinese and improve oral expression ability are probed. Moreover, it will provide reference for online teaching of oral Chinese as a foreign language.


Chinese as a foreign language; Online teaching, flipped class

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12386


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