What to know to teach Chinese students

This book gathers fundamental contributions of the greatest experts in the world dedicated to the study of Chinese culture and the teaching of Spanish to non-speakers.

It is the first Spanish work dedicated to this subject of so much value, at a time when Chinese students are massively beginning to study foreign languages, particularly Spanish.

Alberto J. Sánchez Griñán and Mónica Melo have selected these articles for those who work with students belonging to this complex and different culture —in Spanish-speaking countries as well as in China itself.

The current political-cultural dynamics of China, the educational system, the learning traditions, the fundamental contrasts between cultures, the explanation of the most common errors, the conflicts between pedagogical approaches and the challenges of teaching a Western language in China are some of the themes of this indispensable compilation.

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