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Teaching Languages, Teaching Culture
Edited by Anthony J. Liddicoat and Chantal Crozet
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Series S 14] 1997
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Appendix 1: textbooks referred to in this study

Chan, W.L.
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(1995b) 启思中国语文科 ([Kai Si] Chinese Language 1B) Hong Kong, Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
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(1991a) 中固藉文一上 (Chinese Language I A) Hong Kong, Hong Kong Educational Publishing Co.Google Scholar
(1991b) 中团污文一下 (Chinese Language 1B) Hong Kong, Hong Kong Educational Publishing Co. 1991Google Scholar
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(1991a) 现代中国藉文一上 (Modern Chinese Language 1A) Hong Kong, Modern Educational Research Society.Google Scholar
(1991B) 现代中国藉文一下 (Modern Chinese Language1B) Hong Kong, Modern Educational Research Society.Google Scholar

Appendix 2: story books referred to in this study

Fong, K.
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(1982b) 戴洪鞋 (Daai Hung’s Shoes) Hong Kong, Sun Ya.Google Scholar
No author (no date a) 月光湖 (The Moonlight Lake By Night) Hong Kong, Educational Publishing House.
No author (no date b) 兔子和杂草 (The Rabbits and the Weeds) Hong Kong, Educational Publishing House.
No author (no date c) 小鸭的流浪 (The Wanderings of the Little Duck) Hong Kong, Educational Publishing House.
No author (no date d) 聪明裴,裴 (Clever Bui-Bui) Hong Kong, Educational Publishing House.