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  • 1. Chinese Conversation Class By:Xueting (Bridget) Wang and The Chinese conversation classes Getting to know
  • 2. What do we do? • Daily conversation skills enhancement • New vocabulary built up • Culture experience • Hot & common topics discussion & debate
  • 3. How do we do it? • Group discussion • Open questions • Games in Chinese • Movies, videos and music • Presentation • Role play • Vocabulary and sentence pattern study
  • 4. Example: What do you know about China?
  • 5. Step 1 Divide into groups and pick up topics 1. The change of college life in China 2. Young people’s music in China 3. Life in China before the Open Policy (1978) 4. The difference between Chinese and US education system 5. The Chinese College Entrance Examination
  • 6. Step 2 Interview Chinese native speakers
  • 7. Step 3 Gather information and prepare presentation
  • 8. Step 4 presentation
  • 9. Why do we do this? • Real conversation with native speakers • Listening comprehension practice • Express oneself in Chinese • Learn the culture
  • 10. What did they learn? Meredith: “It was interesting hearing about the college experience from someone who lived it and not just a textbook. I didn’t know how difficult getting into college was, or that the government paid for various things, but that is dollars could count as a ‘scholarship’”. CJ: “It gave me practice with my listening comprehension from a native Chinese speaker, which I don’t get enough practice in. Also, it gave me some insight into the Chinese secondary education system.” Coleen: “We learned some famous Chinese singers’ name and about music education and how parents might feel about their children choosing music as a career.” Christopher: “I learned a lot about culture during the Open Policy. It was so interesting to hear about everyday life during this era, especially from the perspective of someone who actually lived in China. Yao laoshi (Professor Yao) is so fun to listen to, and she was so full of information.”
  • 11. Thanks! 谢 谢

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