The Compiling Methods for Pinyin Textbooks of Teaching of Chinese as a Foreign Language: A Case Study on the Textbook for Interesting Chinese Pinyin

Yunling CAI, Delian LIU


On the basis of reviewing and summarizing the current situation of Chinese Pinyin textbooks and considering the gains and experiences in the compiling process of The Textbook for Interesting Chinese Pinyin, this paper is to propose that Chinese Pinyin textbooks should take the difficulties for foreign learners fully into account and attach importance to the interest and practicality of teaching materials. We suggest to draw up a syllabus for Chinese Pinyin so that the teaching materials can effectively put teaching of pronunciation and speech flow together.Key words: Pronunciation; Chinese Pinyin textbooks; Compiling; Principles and methods

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