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Chinese Character Teaching Strategies

Chinese Character Teaching Strategies

Dear grammarians,
On our new post, we would like to introduce a research poster on Chinese character teaching strategies. So keep reading for more information about research posters and Chinese characters (汉字 hanzi) teaching methods and strategies.

What is a Research Poster?

A poster session or poster presentation is the presentation of research by an individual or group for a class or academic/professional conference. At a conference, the work is usually peer reviewed.

Posters are widely used in the academic community, and most conferences include poster presentations in their program. Research posters summarize information or research concisely and attractively to help publicize it and generate discussion.

The poster is usually a mixture of a brief text mixed with tables, graphs, pictures, and other presentation formats. At a conference, the researcher stands by the poster display while other participants can come and view the presentation and interact with the author.

Choosing your content checklist 
*Title: We have chosen Chinese Character Teaching Strategies as our title.
*Include name, contact information, course number (optional) and school name and logo. This poster was made by Catalina Mut and Berta Cano from the University of Granada.
*Research question or hypothesis: Do not copy your abstract if it is included in a conference program.
*Methodology: What is the research process? Explain how you did your research.
Observations: What did you see? Why is this important?
*Findings: What did you learn? Summarize your conclusions.
*Images: Include images.
*Recommendations and/or next steps for future research.


Poster structure

Although this research poster is written in Spanish language, we encourage you to go through the external references for information in English language. Below, you will find an outline of the poster contents:

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1. Myths and facts about Chinese language
2. Is it worth learning Chinese characters?
3. How do native speakers learn the characters?
4. Chineasy: a visual method: Award-Winning Chinese Learning Methodology
5. Radical system
6. Conclusions

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Katy Musselman
Katy Musselman
Wonderful service. Thank you!
Елизавета Алёшина
Елизавета Алёшина
Thanks for a rapid and accurate translation! The translator has done her job professionally and on time. Highly recommend
Guadalupe Benardelli
Guadalupe Benardelli
Gracias Berta por ayudarnos con la documentación para nuestras futuras negociaciones con china. Volveremos a contar contigo. Gracias.
Ana Herrera
Ana Herrera
Eficaz y muy correcto. Traducciones muy precisas.
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