Análisis de los manuales de alemán en las universidades chinas: Contenido medioambiental y perspectivas ecológicas

Autores/as

  • Yiwu Mou TONGJI UNIVERSITY / LANZHOU JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY
  • Yun Wu TONGJI UNIVERSITY

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30827/portalin.viVIII.29203

Palabras clave:

análisis ecolingüístico, educación medioambiental, libros de texto alemanes, transitividad, visión ecológica

Resumen

El alemán es una lengua extranjera clave que estudian los universitarios chinos, y los manuales de alemán se han convertido en un importante recurso que influye en la conciencia medioambiental de estos alumnos. Este estudio utiliza la transitividad como marco teórico para explorar las características de transitividad y las perspectivas ecológicas del contenido medioambiental de los manuales de alemán de las universidades chinas. Los resultados muestran que el uso del modelo de transitividad para los contenidos medioambientales es muy desigual; predominan las perspectivas ecológicamente beneficiosas para animar a los alumnos a proteger la naturaleza. Sin embargo, no se abordan suficientemente los valores políticos y culturales que subyacen a la destrucción de la naturaleza por los seres humanos. Este documento ofrece sugerencias al respecto para los autores de manuales y los profesores de la asignatura.

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The Sampled German Language Textbooks

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FUNDING INFORMATION. This research was supported by a Grant from the Foreign Language Education and Teaching Reform of Lanzhou Jiaotong University (JGZ202337). We would like to express our thanks to the anonymous reviewers and the editors for their constructive suggestions on this research.

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15-11-2023

Cómo citar

Mou, Y., & Wu, Y. (2023). Análisis de los manuales de alemán en las universidades chinas: Contenido medioambiental y perspectivas ecológicas. Porta Linguarum Revista Interuniversitaria De Didáctica De Las Lenguas Extranjeras, (VIII), 27–43. https://doi.org/10.30827/portalin.viVIII.29203

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VIII Monográfico. "Enseñanza y aprendizaje de lenguas europeas en las universidades chinas"