Research on Cultivating Talents for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language

-- Survey on the Perceived Needs of Soft Skills of Chinese International Education Students in Beijing Normal University

Authors

  • Yiyan Song

Keywords:

Chinese International Education; Foreign Chinese Teachers; Career Development.

Abstract

In the face of the current "One Belt, One Road" initiative, Chinese international education needs to face many development opportunities and challenges, and the training of Chinese international education professionals has also taken on a heavier responsibility and mission. As one of the important forces for cultural communication and promotion of Chinese language and culture, improving the professional development skills of Chinese international education talents is an important prerequisite for the development of Chinese international education. Based on the necessity of Chinese international education and the demand of the Chinese international education market, this paper analyzes the problems faced by the development of Chinese international education and the targeted response strategies. Soft skills for professional career development refer to the implicit skills corresponding to hard skills. Soft skills are the sum of skills that measure whether students can stimulate their personal potential and magnify their energy through cooperation with others to achieve greater success. Therefore, based on the objective situation of Chinese international education personnel training, this paper takes the current students of the College of Chinese Language and Culture of Beijing Normal University who are enrolled in various sections of Chinese international education as the main research subjects, and a small number of graduates who are currently engaged in teaching Chinese as a foreign language, and conducts a survey on the students' perceived needs of soft skills for career development. Based on the results, we analyzed the current situation, differences in perceptions, major problems and targeted response strategies of students' perceptions of soft skills for career development in Chinese international education.

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Published

2022-11-21

How to Cite

Song, Y. (2022). Research on Cultivating Talents for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language: -- Survey on the Perceived Needs of Soft Skills of Chinese International Education Students in Beijing Normal University. Frontiers in Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(11), 104–111. Retrieved from http://bcpublication.org/index.php/FHSS/article/view/2788

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