A Survey of Issues of Activity-Based Teaching in The Context of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language in Beijing

Liu Lifei, Mohd. Ridhuan Mohd Jamil, Nadzimah Idris, Jin Yulu, Mohd Muslim bin Md Zalli, Nurulrabihah binti Mat Noh, AbdulTalib bin Mohamed Hashim


This study aims to explore the issues associated with activity-based teaching in the context of teaching Chinese as a foreign language (TCFL) in Beijing. This study adopts a descriptive quantitative survey method. To identify the issues encountered by teachers in activity-based teaching, we administered a questionnaire to collect data. The survey includes three aspects: activity design, activity implementation, and activity evaluation. The sample for this study comprises 234 TCFL teachers in Beijing. The results indicate that TCFL teachers are confronted with issues in the areas of activity design, implementation, and evaluation when conducting activity-based teaching.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v13n2p374


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