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dc.contributor.authorZhao, Shouhui-
dc.identifier.citationChinese Language Research Team. (2010, May). A study on Chinese language oral competence of primary school students: Exploring effectiveness of the newly implemented curriculum (Report No. OER 11/08 ZSH). National Institute of Education (Singapore), Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice.-
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dc.description.abstract"This research aims to assess the Chinese language (CL) Modular Curriculum launched in Singapore primary schools in 2007 with a special focus on students' oral communicative skill (OCS) - the very key reform focus of the new CL curriculum. Five research tools were adopted in order to show: students' performance in OCS test and their feelings towards the learning environment of CL class, teachers' views on changes in students' learning attitude and capacity, the implementation and effects of the new curriculum and the improvement of children's OCS. ." -- p. 2.-
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dc.subjectChinese languageen
dc.subjectOral proficiencyen
dc.subjectEnglish backgrounden
dc.subjectNew curriculumen
dc.subject.lcshChinese language--Study and teaching--Singapore.-
dc.subject.lcshCurriculum change--Singapore.-
dc.subject.lcshChinese language--Singapore--Spoken Chinese.-
dc.titleA study on Chinese language oral competence of primary school students: Exploring effectiveness of the newly implemented curriculumen
dc.typeTechnical Reporten
dc.typeTechnical Report.-
dc.identifier.callnoLB1028.25.S55 C77 2010/11-
dc.description.projectOER 11/08 ZSH-
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