Event Title

Kanji? Hanzi? Or Chinese Character? Translingual Practice of Japanese and Chinese Users at Japanese-English Conversation Club in the Context of Foreign Language Education

Presenter Information

Jun Takahashi, Indiana University

Location

Grissom Hall, Room 133

Start Date

5-3-2016 2:45 PM

End Date

5-3-2016 3:15 PM

Description

In this globalized/globalizing world, communication has been becoming more complex since they use not only languages but also other semiotic resources available: Translingual approach. This research investigates translingual practices by using Chinese character and the development of translingual competence at the context of foreign language education.

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Kanji? Hanzi? Or Chinese Character? Translingual Practice of Japanese and Chinese Users at Japanese-English Conversation Club in the Context of Foreign Language Education

Grissom Hall, Room 133

In this globalized/globalizing world, communication has been becoming more complex since they use not only languages but also other semiotic resources available: Translingual approach. This research investigates translingual practices by using Chinese character and the development of translingual competence at the context of foreign language education.