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|Other Titles: ||Foreign language teachers' status at primary schools in Europe : as an example for Taiwan, a review of the French regulation and training|
|Authors: ||林麗華;Lin, Li-hua|
|Keywords: ||外語教學;外籍外語教師;本籍外語教師;Foreign Language Teaching;foreign teachers;local teachers.|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:19:28 (UTC+8)|
本研究首先探討小學實施外語教育的理論基礎，並深入了解其在小學義務教育階段實施的意義、發展以及爭議所在 ; 進而了解外語教育師資在歐盟、法國以及台灣等地的培育概況，並以法國及台灣對外籍外語教師的培育為例，以進一步比較及評析法國和台灣的外籍外語師資培育制度，最後援用經濟學上的策略理論，以SWOT 分析法國的外籍外語師資培育制度可為台灣採用的價值，以做為後續教育決策者，私立學校以及補習班等的參考。
In recent years, foreign language teaching at primary school has been a national education issue worldwide. An important component of foreign language teaching is the recruitment and training of foreign teachers. As a primary school foreign language teacher, personal experience and interest in this issue have evoked the author to conduct a study on the following subjects and present the results in this study : the developmental process of foreign language teaching, the training target and regulation of foreign language teachers in the European Union (E.U.), focusing on France and Taiwan and their respective training and foreign teacher recruitment policies (practices).
The theory of foreign language teaching as well as the development and arguments, for and against, foreign language teaching is discussed in the first part of the thesis. Next, the investigation of the general profile of foreign language teachers programs in E.U., in France and in Taiwan, including the training, recruitment and exchange programs of foreign language teachers. In the third part, study is focused on the comparison and review of the foreign teachers status in France and in Taiwan. A comprehensive analysis of relevant background information, the mechanisms used for foreign teacher recruitment, and finally, research is directed toward the discussion and explanation of the recruitment of foreign teachers by means of the SWOT analysis. This research might be applied as a reference in the further studies or a complement to existing studies, by governmental agencies involved in education policy, private primary schools, and cram schools.
This thesis is a pilot study by the author on the fields of foreign language teaching in Taiwan. The scope of the study was limited to the data available on the subjects discussed and conclusions were formed based on this data. Readers can get a better understanding of the training and regulations used in foreign teacher recruitment systems. The findings can hopefully help to stimulate some beneficial change to language education, as well as informing the author’s knowledge of the subjects explored.
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