Application of Situational Teaching Method in Primary Oral Teaching of Chinese as a Foreign Language

Hongmei CUI, Chuan WU


With the acceleration of our country’s internationalization process, international students from all over the world are constantly pouring into China, with different purposes to learn Chinese. In international students’ daily life, it is impossible to completely avoid using Chinese, especially spoken Chinese. However, in actual teaching, we found that many teaching methods in oral Chinese classes are either very similar to reading and writing classes, or there are too many blind activities and games, which is very detrimental to the improvement of Chinese learning and oral communication skills of international students. In recent years, the application of situational teaching method of second language teaching has attracted increasing attention. How to use situational teaching method correctly to improve students’ oral expression ability and Chinese level is particularly important.


Situational teaching; Chinese as a foreign language; Oral Chinese

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