Analysis of Teacher Support for New Resident Language Curriculum
The new Curriculum Guideline for 12-year National Basic Education is scheduled to be implemented in 2019, it has a New Residents Language Curriculum (NRLC) for elementary and secondary school students. NRLC offers seven Southeast Asian languages including Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai, Burmese, Filipino, Cambodian and Malay, in parallel with the local language (including Taiwanese Min Nan, Hakka and Aboriginal languages). The elementary school students are required to take one of them. The implementation of NRLC requires a lot of support, and the teacher supporting measures are particularly important. Regardless of the quantity or quality of NRLC teachers, some people have expressed their worries. This article analyzes the policy of adding NRLC in elementary and secondary schools, examines the faculty supporting strategies of the Ministry of Education, discusses the problems faced, and finally proposes some suggestions.
|關鍵詞||師資、配套措施、新住民語文課程、課程綱要、teacher、supporting measures、new resident language curriculum、curriculum guidelines|