Chinese as a Second Language (漢語教學研究—美國中文教師學會學報) | The journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA

漢語教學研究—美國中文教師學會學報 / Chinese as a Second Language — The journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (CSL), is the academic journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (CLTA). The journal publishes peer-reviewed original articles in English or Chinese (either simplified or traditional characters) that make a significant contribution to the theory and practice of Chinese as a second language. Articles in all areas of Chinese pedagogy and acquisition are welcome, especially those that are empirically based and offer new perspectives and/or refine or challenge existing practices of teaching Chinese as a second language. Contributions in areas such as Chinese program management, curriculum design and teaching Chinese culture and literature in Chinese language classrooms are also welcome. In addition to research articles, CSL also publishes book reviews, commentaries and short contributions that report on new discovery and development in the field of Chinese as a second language.

漢語教學研究—美國中文教師學會學報 / Chinese as a Second Language — The journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA is the continuation of the Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (JCLTA).

John Benjamins Publishing Company is the official publisher as of Volume 51 (2016).

CSL publishes its articles Online First.

ISSN 2451-828X | E-ISSN 2451-8298
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/csl
Sample issue: CSL 52:1
Board
Editor
Dana Scott Bourgerie | Brigham Young University | clta_csl at byu.edu
Associate Editor
Baozhang He | College of the Holy Cross
Review Editor
Shuai Li | Georgia State University
Editorial Board
Matthew B. Christensen | Brigham Young University
Shengli Feng | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Zhang Jie | University of Oklahoma
Wendan Li | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Yu Li | Loyola Marymount University
Helen H. Shen | University of Iowa
Seth Wiener | Carnegie Melon University
Sue-mei Wu | Carnegie Mellon University
Jia Yang | University of Dayton
Fangyuan Yuan | US Naval Academy
Hang Zhang | George Washington University
Yongping Zhu | University of Notre Dame
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Issues

Volume 55 (2020)

Volume 54 (2019)

Volume 53 (2018)

Volume 52 (2017)

Volume 51 (2016)

Latest articles

1 October 2021

  • The influence of L1 translation familiarity on the acquisition of L2 Chinese antonyms
    Shuyi Yang
  • 11 August 2021

  • Multimedia learning materials for second language learners : A comparison of two kinds of videos
    Xiaoling He , Haojiang Ying & Sureenate Jaratjarungkiat | CSL 55:3 (2020) pp. 175–192
  • Success factors for a Mandarin bilingual program : An autoethnographic case study
    Wei Liu | CSL 55:3 (2020) pp. 208–229
  • Comprehensible narratives and connected grammar : Textbook design for classical Chinese as a foreign language
    Lei Yang | CSL 55:3 (2020) pp. 193–207
  • Jianhua Bai [白建华]Yang Wang [汪洋]. 2015. China in Depth: An Integrated Course in Advanced Chinese [焦点中国:高级汉语综合教程]
    審查 梁新欣 [Hsin-hsin Liang ] | CSL 55:3 (2020) pp. 243–247
  • Bryan W. Van Norden . 2019. Classical Chinese for everyone: A guide for absolute beginners
    審查 焦立为 [Liwei Jiao ] | CSL 55:3 (2020) pp. 230–238
  • Chungeng Zhu . 2019. Chinese aspectual particle le: A comprehensive guide [汉语动态助词“了”:一了百了]
    Reviewed by Yang Zhao | CSL 55:3 (2020) pp. 239–242
  • 16 July 2021

  • 台湾对外汉语教学学科研究的发展与前景 : 以年会论文为例
    Di-kai Chao [赵帝凯] & Riccardo Moratto
  • 28 August 2020

  • What impacts L2 Chinese pragmatic competence in the study abroad context? Current research and future directions
    Jun Lang | CSL 54:3 (2019) pp. 191–220
  • Online peer feedback in second language Chinese writing : From feedback, uptake, to perception
    Yi Xu & Lin Zhu | CSL 54:3 (2019) pp. 257–287
  • Learners’ perceptions of a Wiki-enhanced TBLT approach designed and implemented at the syllabus level
    Shenglan Zhang | CSL 54:3 (2019) pp. 221–256
  • Chih-p’ing Chou [周质平], Yongtao Zhang [张永涛]Yunjun Zhou [周韵钧]. 2019. China’s Development and Dilemmas: Authentic Readings for Advanced Learners [中国的发展与困境: 现代汉语高级读本]
    審查 虞莉 [Li Yu ] | CSL 54:3 (2019) pp. 288–294
  • James Myers . 2019. The grammar of Chinese characters: Productive knowledge of formal patterns in an orthographic system
    Reviewed by John Jing-hua Yin | CSL 54:3 (2019) pp. 295–298
  • Guidelines

    Manuscripts should be submitted through the journal's online submission and manuscript tracking site (see Submission).

    If you are not able to submit online, or for any other editorial correspondence, please contact the editor by e-mail.

    The CSL Style Sheet is provided in the first issue of each volume and is also available online: http://clta-us.org/publications/jclta-style-sheet/

    Books for review should be sent to the Review Editor.

    Readers who wish to comment on articles published in CSL may send letters – written in either Chinese or English - to the Editor. Selected letters will be published in the “Letters from Readers” column. These letters will also be shared with original authors, who will have the opportunity to respond in the same issue of the Journal.

    Dana Scott Bourgerie
    Email: clta_csl at byu.edu

    Submission

    Authors are invited to submit their contribution through the journal’s online submission and manuscript tracking site. Please consult the guidelines and the Short Guide to EM for Authors before you submit your paper.

    If you are not able to submit online, or for any other editorial correspondence, please contact the editors by e-mail: clta_csl at byu.edu

    Subjects

    Main BIC Subject

    CJA: Language teaching theory & methods

    Main BISAC Subject

    FOR000000: FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / General