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Abstract

提要

近年来,在美国高等教育界逐渐受到重视的跨学科的文化与语言课程(Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum,简称CLAC)反映了美国社会对多元文化、多种语言和国际化的需求。那么如何将CLAC运用到美国高校汉语课程建设中呢?本文将以美国东南部的一所私立大学的中文项目为例,对这一问题进行探讨。文章首先介绍了CLAC的教学理念及课程结构,然后分析了该校的CLAC汉语课程实践对其中文项目的生源、学生的语言学习以及教师职业能力发展等三个方面的影响,以期对未来美国高校汉语课程建设提供一些初步借鉴。

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