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A Demonstration of Chinese Classroom Instruction: Elementary Spoken Chinese

By lee.2951 - Posted on 23 February 2009 - Update on 04 January 2011

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Author: Liu Ximing
Publisher: Blcup (2005)
Binding: Paperback, 1 pages
Part of the A Demonstration of Chinese Classroom Instruction series, this DVD highlights the best of teaching experience in Elementary Spoken Chinese by an award-winning teacher. The DVD shows how, after finishing the spoken Chinese lesson, the students should talk in complete and consecutive Chinese and make conversations on daily life topics such as introducing people, shopping and asking questions. The DVD demonstrates how the students should be able to express their ideas and describe things and discuss the language learning materials in simple sentences. It is important that the students pronunciation should be accurate although they may have some accent. They should also generally master the tones and intonation. -- Series Introduction -- A Demonstration of Chinese Classroom Instruction series highlights the best of teaching experience of many award-winning teachers who teach Chinese as a second language. This DVD set records the real classroom teaching situations from different angles with multiple cameras. It shows the interaction between the teacher and the students in the classroom and reviews each class in a separate booklet (included with purchase of DVD). The DVDs in the set are instrumental to both the teachers and students of Chinese.