Application of experimental activities in teaching Vietnamese for Laos students at Tan Trao university
Keywords:creative experience; competency; conversation; teaching Vietnamese; Laos students.
Creative experience is an activity in theory. The learners, form certain capabilities and qualities, through learning activities According to the theoretical basis of modern education on creative experience activities, the article builds the process of organizing creative experience activities in teaching conversation in Vietnamese program for Laos students.So it can help them develop their ability in using Vietnamese in conversation and during studying and researching at Tan Trao University, Tuyen Quang province.
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