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1 Chinese Course Elementary Chinese 1 Chinese Course Number V Instructor contact information class Time and Location Prerequisites Course Objective and Description Gao,RuoYu 高若瑜 9:00 10:15am, 10:30 11:45am Monday Classroom 5 on 3 rd floor of the Science Building N/A It s a beginning level course in Modern Standard Mandarin Chinese, providing approximately 70 class hours of classroom instruction (equivalent to 4 semester credits) for students who have never studied Chinese before. This course adopts a multi approach to help students gain training in listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in standard Mandarin Chinese. While linguistic elements are the emphasis of this course, appropriate cultural themes that go along with language use will be taught as well. By the end of the semester, students should be able to Correctly read and write Pinyin and tones. Understand and participate in simple conversations with Chinese people. Read and write simple sentences and short paragraphs on everyday topics Understand basic sentences structures Read and write approximately 360 most commonly used Chinese characters and 360 words and expressions. Integrated Chinese (LevelⅠPart)Text Book ( Expanded 3 rd edition),tao chung Yao and Yuehua Liu Required Text(s) Integrated Chinese (LevelⅠPart)Work Book(3 rd edition), Tao chung Yao and Yuehua Liu Integrated Chinese(LevelⅠPart)Character Work Book,Tao chung Yao and Yuehua Liu

2 Lesson Arrangements: Week Date Content Homework 1 Monday 03/1 1.Introduction of Chinese Handout Class and Grading Policy 2. Introduction of Phonetics 3. Simple finals: a, o, e, i, u, ü 4. Initials: b, p, m, f 5. Combination with tones 6. Commonly used words and Tuesday 03/2 1. Initials: d, t, n, l, g, k, h 2. Combination with tones 3. Commonly used words and 1. Simple finals: j, q, x, z, c, s, 03/3 zh, ch, sh, r 2. Combination with tones 3. Commonly used words and 03/4 Review Class: 1. Simple finals, Initials, 2. tones 3. Introduction of Chinese Writing System: basic strokes 4. Basic Expressions 2 Monday 03/8 Unit Test 1 ( Simple finals, Initials, tones, basic strokes, commonly used words and ) Handout Handout 1. Handout 2. Please prepare for next Monday s Unit Test 1 Tuesday 03/9 1. Compound Finals: ai, ei, ao, ou, an, en, ang, eng, ong 2. Combination with tones 3. Basic Chinese Radicals 4. Commonly used words and Handout

3 03/10 1. Compound Finals: ia, iao, ie, iu, ian, in, iang, ing, iong 2. Combination with tones 3. Basic Chinese Radicals 4. Commonly used words and Handout 03/11 Friday 03/12 1. Compound Finals: ua, uo, uai, ui, uan, un, uang, ueng üe,üan, ün, er 2. Spelling Rules 3. Basic Chinese Radicals 4. Commonly used words and Review Class: 1. Pinyin 2. Basic Chinese Radicals 3 Monday 03/15 Unit Test 2 ( Chinese Phonetics, Basic Chinese Radicals, Commonly used words and ) Handout Please review what we ve learned in the last two weeks and prepare for the next Monday s Unit Test Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 1 (including dialogue 1 and and dialogue of Lesson 1 on P Tuesday 03/16 Lesson 1 Dialogue 1 1. Complete the following exercises Workbook: P17 Writing & 2. Review the words we ve learned on P20 21 and prepare for s new words and dialogue on P /17 03/18 Lesson 1 Dialogue 2 Review Class: Lesson 1 Workbook: P24 26 Writing & Grammar Exercises: B, D, E 2. Review the words we ve learned on P Workbook: P23 27 Writing & Grammar Exercises: A, C, G 2. Weekly Composition 1: Please write a short paragraph to

4 introduce yourself in Chinese. ( at least 30 Unit Test 3. 4 Monday 03/22 Unit Test 3 ( Lesson 1) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 2 (including dialogue 1 and and dialogue of Lesson 2 on P Tuesday 03/23 Lesson 2 Dialogue 1 Workbook: P32 Writing & Grammar Exercises: A, C, D and dialogue on P /24 Lesson 2 Dialogue 2 Workbook: P39 40 Writing & 2. Review the vocabulary and dialogue we ve learned on P /25 Review Class: Lesson 2 Workbook: P32 33 Writing & Grammar Exercises: B, E P40 41 Writing & Grammar Exercises: D 2. Weekly Composition 2: Please write a short paragraph to introduce your family members. ( At least 40 Unit Test 4. 5 Tuesday 04/6 Unit Test 4 (Lesson 2) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 3 (including dialogue 1 and and dialogue on P /7 Lesson 3 Dialogue 1

5 Workbook: P47 48 Writing &, D 2. Preview the vocabulary and dialogue on P /8 Lesson 3 Dialogue 2 Workbook: P54 Writing & Friday 04/9 Review Class: Lesson 3 Workbook: P49 Writing & Grammar Exercises: E P55 Writing & Grammar Exercises: D, E 2. Weekly Composition 3: Write a birthday party invitation card in Chinese. Make sure to include the location, the date, the day of the week, and the time. Don t forget to indicate whose birthday and what kind of food you will serve. ( At least Please review the vocabulary and dialogues we ve learned and prepare for next Monday s Unit Test 5. 6 Monday 04/12 Unit Test 5 (Lesson 3) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 4 (including dialogue 1 and and dialogue on P Tuesday 04/13 Lesson 4 Dialogue 1 Workbook: P63 65 Ⅳ Writing & 04/14 Lesson 4 Dialogue 2 Grammar Exercises: A, B, D and dialogue on P

6 04/15 Mid term Examination Workbook: P72 73 Ⅳ Writing & 3. Please prepare for tomorrow s Mid term Exam. Workbook: P64 65 Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: C P73 Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: D 2. Please prepare for next Monday s Mid term Exam. 7 Monday 04/19 Mid term Examination 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 5 (including dialogue and narrative) 5 times on Chinese character notebook and hand it in the next and dialogue on P Tuesday 04/20 Lesson 5 Dialogue Workbook: P78 80 Ⅳ Writing & 04/21 04/22 Lesson 5 Narrative: At a Friend s Home Review Class: Lesson 4 & 5, D and dialogue on P Workbook: P86 87 Ⅳ Writing & texts we ve learned. Workbook: P80 81 Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: E

7 P88 Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: D 2. Weekly Composition 4: Workbook P81 F. (At least 60 Unit Test 6. 8 Monday 04/26 Unit Test 6 (Lesson 4 & 5) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 6 (including dialogue 1 and and dialogue on P Tuesday 04/27 Lesson 6 Dialogue 1 Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & 04/28 04/29 Lesson 6 Dialogue 2 Review Class: Lesson 6 and dialogue on P Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: D 2. Weekly Composition 5: Workbook P110 E ( At least 70 Unit Test 7. 9 Monday 05/10 Unit Test 7 (Lesson 6) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 7 (including dialogue 1 and

8 and dialogue on P Tuesday 05/11 Lesson 7 Dialogue 1 Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & 05/12 05/13 Lesson 7 Dialogue 2 Review Class: Lesson 7, D and dialogue on P Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: F, G P124 Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: D 2. Weekly Composition 6: Workbook P125 E ( At least 80 Unit Test 8. Friday 05/14 10 Monday 05/17 Unit Test 8 (Lesson 7) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 8 (including Diary and Letter) 5 times on Chinese character notebook and hand it in next and dialogue on P Tuesday 05/18 Lesson 8 A Diary: A Typical School Day Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing &, D and dialogue on P

9 05/19 05/20 Lesson 8 A Letter: Talking about Studying Chinese Review Class: Lesson 8 Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing &, D, E. texts we ve learned. Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: F, G 2. Weekly Composition 7: Write a diary entry in Chinese about your daily routine. ( At least 90 Unit Test Monday 05/24 Unit Test 9 (Lesson 8) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 9 (including Diary and Letter) 5 times on Chinese character notebook and hand it in next and dialogue on P Tuesday 05/25 Lesson 9 Dialogue 1 Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & 05/26 05/27 Lesson 9 Dialogue 2 Review Class: Lesson 9 and dialogue on P Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing &, D Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: E, G

10 2. Weekly Composition 8: Workbook P163 G ( At least 100 Unit Test Monday 05/31 Unit Test 10 (Lesson 9) 1. Please write the vocabulary of Lesson 10 (including Dialogue and ) 5 times on Chinese character and dialogue on P Tuesday 06/1 Lesson 10 Dialogue Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & 06/2 Lesson 10 An Thanking Someone for a Ride, D. and dialogue on P Workbook: P177 Ⅳ Writing & 06/3 Review Class: Lesson 10 Workbook: P Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: E P Ⅳ Writing & Grammar Exercises: D 2. Weekly Composition 9: Workbook P179 E ( At least 120 Friday 06/4 1. Please prepare for next Monday s Unit Test Monday 06/7 Unit Test 11 (Lesson 10) Tuesday 06/8 Review Class 06/9 Oral Presentation Please prepare for tomorrow s Final Exam Final Exam Class is end.

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