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hypothe ses o f English r elativ e cla use ( R C) ac quisition or der and e xplo re s the plausible r easo ns of
RC t ypes and their inter pla y with R C accessibility o f Chinese senio r hig h sch oo l students. T he
results of quantita tiv e analyses sho w that N o un P hrase A ccessibilit y Hier ar chy ( K eena n &C omr ie
1977) w as only co nfirme d in o ne of the three te sts, w her eas Pe rceptual D iff iculty Hypo thesis
( K uno 1974) w as larg ely co nfir med. T he disag reem ent be twee n the testing o f the two hypo the-
se s o f R C acquisitio n or de r w as then lo oked into by qua litative mea sur es ) think a lo ud pro to col
and immediate r etr ospect ive inter view . T he qua litative data show that the co nstr aint of the hy-
po theses was obser ve d. Ho wev er , Chinese lear ner sp R C co mpr ehension and pr oduction var ie s
with task ty pe s and lea rner sp ov era ll Eng lish pro f icie nc y.

A study on Chinese EFL learnersp acquisition of/ . . . and. . .0 chunks as the function of chunk types
ZHENG Cha o ( Re sea rch Cent er of Linguist ics a nd Applied L ing uistics, Guangdong U niversity o f F oreig n Studies, Guan-
g zhou 510420, China)
YUAN Shihong ( Scho o l of F oreig n La ng uag es, L anzhou U niv ersit y o f T echnolo gy, L anzhou 730050, China)
T his paper inv estigate s h ow Chinese EFL le arner s at dif fer ent pr o ficiency lev els acquir e a
specif ic f or m o f chunks ) / . . . and. . .0 chunks ) w hich a re classif ied int o f iv e ty pes acco rding
to the cultur al co nnota tio n the y car ry . Based o n the f indings, the paper m akes a com pa ra tiv e
study betw een the chunk kno w ledge o f Chine se EFL lea rner s and tha t o f nat ive spe akers o f Eng-
lish with the chunk ty pe and L 2 pr of iciency a s independent va riables. T he r esults show that the
eff ect o f chunk types is significant, w hile that o f pr o ficiency lev el is less consistent. Chinese
EF L le arner s o f a ll lev els have usually m aster ed much fe wer chunks than native speaker s, espe-
cially heav ily cultur e- loa ded chunks. T his pheno meno n ca n be attr ibuted to the tende ncy of a tta-
ching mo re impo rta nce to lang uag e than cultur e and r eso rt ing m or e to a naly sis than synthesis in
todayps EF L teaching and lea rning in China.

Influence of learnersp thinking style on their L2 skills mediated by their implicit and explicit knowledge
SU Jia nho ng ( Scho ol o f Fo reign L anguage s, Jiangsu U niversit y, Z henjiang 212013, C hina )
T aking 177 Eng lish m ajor s as its subje cts, this paper st udies the influence o f lear nersp think-
ing sty le o n their L 2 skills m ediate d by the ir implicit and explicit kno w ledge. A n analysis o f the
empir ica l data pr oce ssed by Str uctur e Equation M o de l ( A M O S 7. 0) sho ws th at ( 1) linear think-
ing sty le e xer ts influence o n L 2 skills m ainly be cause o f the mediat ing eff ect of ex plicit know -l
edge ; ( 2) its influence o n re ading is gr eater tha n that on listening and wr it ing and its inf luence
on speaking is insignificant; and ( 3) no nlinear thinking sty le ex erc ises no significant inf lue nce o n
L2 skills in the no n- tar get- lang uag e le arning co ntext beca use no salient r elatio nship e xists be-
tw een no nline ar th inking style and explicit/ implicit kno wledge.

Planning for foreign language education is imperative for China


HU W enzhong ( Schoo l of E nglish and Inte rnat ional Studie s, Be ijing Fo re ig n St udies U niversity, B eijing 100089, China)
Fo re ign language educa tio n planning is part o f a na tio nps language planning. G ov er nm ent
depar tments of many c ountries att ach gr eat impor tance t o it be cause it is a m atter that aff ects a
natio nps politics, econo my , fo re ign re la tio ns, national def ense and se cur ity . It is fir st im pe ra tiv e
fo r China t o establish a de pa rtm ent to take charg e of a ll a spects of its fo r eig n language educa tio n
and its long term planning . Seco nd, we sho uld str engthen resear ch in la ng uag e planning theo ry
and f or eign language po licies and pr actice s of other co untr ies. T hir d, we sho uld m ake inve stig a-
tio n of cur rent fo reign language use in China and its nee ds in the futur e. O nly w ith r eliable dat a
can we m ap out a scientific plan.

The internationalization of higher education and the aims and objectives of CET
SHU D ingfang ( D ept. of Scientif ic R esea rch, Sha nghai Internat ional Studie s U niversit y, Sha ng hai 200083, China)
Af ter the Bolog na D eclar ation, so me G er man univer sit ies began to o f fer deg ree pr ogr am s in
Eng lish, in an ef fo rt to interna tio nalize the G er man hig her educa tio n and to co mpe te with U S
and U K univer sities fo r o ver sea s students. Th is ar tic le makes a br ie f analysis o f the backgr ound,
the im plementa tio n and the ef fect o f the English- a s- medium de gr ee pr o gr ams in G er man unive r-
sities and discusses t he implicat io ns o f the G er man pr actices f or the basic o bjectives f or CET in
Chinese univ er sit ies.

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