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MANDARIN 11

Course Outline



Textbook: LEARN CHINESE WITH ME (3)

Published by the People’s Education Press, Beijing China



Workbook: LEARN CHINESE WITH ME (3)

Students will pay a deposit of $16 for workbook 3. The money will be fully refunded at the end of the school year provided that the workbook is in original* condition. There will be no partial refund.

(*original = new, no any sign of being damaged or used)

Goals & Focuses

This Mandarin intermediate course will still focus on Mandarin Pinyin and the simplified version. Students will work with this version on the base of their knowledge of the traditional characters, if any, or the knowledge gained from beginner’s programs, such as Mandarin 9 and 10. At the end of the year, over 270 characters (or about 300 phrases) will be learned to increase students’ writing efficiency.


The basic four skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing will all be developed with more emphasis on the following items:


  • Basic grammar (including parts of speech, sentence structures, etc.): Students will have some knowledge of grammar and writing to be qualified for an advanced mandarin course, such as Mandarin 12.

On completion of Mandarin 11, students may reach level 3 or level 4 of HSK (a standard Mandarin exam).



Percentage Value of Term Marks for the School Year

Marks will be calculated according to the formulae for all Language 11 courses submitted to the Counseling Department on September 29, 1997, as following:


1st Report (Term 1): 100% of Term 1 Mark

2nd Report (Term 2): 100% of Term 2 Mark

3rd Report (Term 3): 25% of Term 1 Mark

30% of Term 2 Mark

35% of Term 3 Mark

10% Year End Final Examination 

MANDARIN 11

Course Outline

(page 2)

Percentage of Evaluation for Each Term:





Mark

Category

Details


(a)

30%


Oral/Aural

Works







(b)

40%

Written


Works




  • Pinyin and word tests (in the simplified version)

  • Grammar quizzes and exercises

  • Compositions (e.g. diaries, notes, postcards, etc.)

  • Reading comprehensions

  • Unit texts (15%)



(c)

20%

Projects








(d)

10%

Participation








  • Homework

  • Work habits

  • Attitude and effort

  • Effort in speaking Mandarin in class

  • Attendance





Other Important Issues

- Please refer to the Student Agenda for absence and cheating policies.



- Bookmark Mrs. Tan’s webpage through Hamber website for daily works.
(Mandarin 11 – Ourline.doc)


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