Pathways 14 - Individualized Instruction In East Asian Languages
Individualized Instruction in East Asian Language
In this 14th installment of the Pathways to Advanced Skills pedagogy series, Dr. Yuasa explores case studies and chapter discussions of I.I. curriculums at The Ohio State University, Brigham Young University, and the University of Kansas; and identifies just how I.I. is adapted for the many variables affecting the East Asian Language curriculum including language level, domain-specific courses, and heritage vs. non-heritage learners. Dr. Yuasa also includes discussions which examine how course materials and technology prove to be a pivotal support to the East Asian I.I. instructor.
For East Asian language educators, foreign language educators, administrators, and education specialists.