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Article http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.09.012

Analysing the Impact of the Affective Filter Hypothesis on Teaching Spoken Chinese as a Foreign Language

Yuntian Chen

College of Chao-Han Literature, Yanbian University, Yanji 133000, Jilin, China.

*Corresponding author:Yuntian Chen

Published: October 17,2022

Abstract

In the export of China's excellent culture to the outside world, the teaching of Chinese as a foreign language has played a very important role in promoting the world's understanding of China, which is also the mission of teaching Chinese as a foreign language. This paper focuses on the influence of the affective filter hypothesis on the teaching of oral Chinese as a foreign language. First, Krashen's "emotional filter hypothesis" is introduced to explain the influence of internal affective factors on language learning. Secondly, it analyzes the influence of motivation, self-confidence and anxiety on Chinese oral teaching. Through teaching practice observation, motivation is the most important factor affecting foreign Chinese learners. Finally, through the teaching methods of pleasant teaching, motivational teaching and situational teaching, some feasible suggestions for classroom teaching of Chinese as a foreign language are provided, in order to provide reference materials for the analysis.

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How to cite this paper

Analysing the Impact of the Affective Filter Hypothesis on Teaching Spoken Chinese as a Foreign Language

How to cite this paper: Yuntian Chen. (2022). Analysing the Impact of the Affective Filter Hypothesis on Teaching Spoken Chinese as a Foreign Language. The Educational Review, USA6(9), 516-518.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.09.012