週日. 2 月 5th, 2023

簡介

因應在全球國際化的趨勢下,每年外籍學生及交換學生人數逐年上升,以及地處許多高科技產業人士居住的新竹科學工業園區,吸引不少對華語學習有迫切需求的外籍專業人士,交通大學於2005年成立華語中心,隸屬於教務處之下,為本校國際學生、交換學生、外籍學者、科學園區外籍專業人士、一般外籍人士或華裔子弟提供華語學習的課程。

為使華語中心在清楚的教學組織及架構下繼續提供專業且具前瞻性的課程,華語中心於2012年8月1日與語言教學與研究中心整併,改隸於人文社會學院之下,正式更名為語言教學與研究中心華語課程,除教學資源可統整共享之外,更可使華語課程得以在專業規畫下,擔負起校內外華語學習的重責大任。

我們的課程涵蓋從入門到進階的各級課程;除了全校華語學分課程之外,在推廣教育課程方面,亦提供密集班、夜間專班及隨班附讀學分班等選擇。另外,我們與本校外文系合作提供全校學生「華語學分學程」,負責華語教學相關必選修課程,舉辦華語教學實務工作坊等活動,促進教學實務經驗之交流,提供有志從事華語文教學者進修之機會,在華語文教學實務與師資培育方面,已有十分亮眼的成績。

在正式課程之外,我們也提供一對一助教諮詢、中文桌子等活動供學生課後學習與利用,並舉辦比賽、文化體驗之旅等多元學習機會,提高學生學習華語的意願,並提供學生之間的交流機會,讓學生對華語和華文世界能有更深一層的認識。

About us

The trend of internationalization has resulted in a steady increase in international and exchange students over the years, while the nearby Hsinchu Science Park and its high-tech industries have attracted many foreign professionals to Taiwan. To answer the need to learn Chinese, the Chinese Language Center of National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) was founded in 2005 under the Office of Academic Affairs. The aim was to provide Chinese language courses to NCTU’s international students, exchange students and international scholars, as well as to foreign professionals working in the Hsinchu Science Park, other foreigners and overseas Chinese visiting Taiwan.

To ensure that appropriate courses continue to be provided at NCTU under a comprehensible teaching organization and structure, the Center was merged with the Language Teaching and Research Center on 1 August 2012. It was renamed the Chinese Language Division of the Language Teaching and Research Center, and became part of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The purpose of the merge is to facilitate the integration and sharing of teaching resources and allow for more comprehensive and professional planning of Chinese courses, and thus consolidate the Chinese Language Division’s position in overseeing Chinese language studies within both NCTU and the Hsinchu area.

Our courses range from introductory to advanced levels. In additional to NCTU credit courses, courses are also available in the continuing education sector, such as intensive courses, evening courses and regular courses. In collaboration with the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, we provide a Chinese Teaching Program to students at NCTU. We offer core and elective courses in teaching Chinese as a foreign language, as well as organize workshops on Chinese teaching practices to encourage the exchange of practical teaching experiences, thereby providing further learning opportunities for aspiring Chinese teachers. Our effort in Chinese language teaching practices and teacher training have already produced tangible results.

In additional to these courses, we offer one-on-one TA Tutorials, The Chinese Language Circle and sessions with volunteer teachers to provide additional opportunities for learning Chinese outside of the classroom. We also organize Chinese recitation contests, song contests and cultural outings to provide diverse learning opportunities and heighten students’ interest in learning Chinese. These activities also increase the interaction among students and help students gain a deeper understanding to the Chinese language and culture.