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FLCF02: Chinese I B (2014-2015)

CURRICULUM PROGRAM: Foreign Language Program
COURSE TITLE: Chinese I B
CALENDAR YEAR: 2014-2015
GRADE LEVEL: 6-8
CODE: FLCF02
TYPE: MS
CREDITS:
COURSE LENGTH: 9 weeks

Major Concepts/Content: : Chinese I B continues to expose Mandarin Chinese language and culture to middle school students. This introductory course lays a broader foundation for students to develop functional proficiency in both spoken and written Chinese at the novice level.

Major Instructional Activities: Classroom activities will be interactive, using visual aids and stimulating motivators for language learning. Additional simple Chinese characters will be introduced through meaningful contexts to help students build fundamental literacy. This introductory course will build upon the themes of the self and the classroom and will expand to life in and around the school.

Major Evaluative Techniques: Formative and summative language and cultural assessments will be used to gauge students’ development in all three modes of communication: interpersonal speaking, interpretive listening and presentational speaking and writing. This introductory course will focus on the continued development of interpretive skills as well as an understanding of basic cultural products and practices.

Course Objectives: • Recognize and use simple Chinese words related to the self, the classroom and life in and around the school. • Reflect on cultural differences between the cultural practices and products of China and their own.