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Ni Hao, Level 3: Textbook (Traditional Character Edition)

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Author: Paul Fredlein, Shumang Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (1999)
Binding: Paperback, pages
Summary:
Ni Hao, Volume 3 is the third level of the Ni Hao series. This level is ideally suited for students in middle or high school. The text uses Chinese characters extensively, accompanied by pinyin as a pronunciation guide. As the student becomes familiar with the characters and vocabulary, the pinyin is gradually omitted. Each chapter includes a variety of engaging activities to develop reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. “Something to Know” sections explore relevant Chinese cultural, historical, and geographical topics, enriching cultural understanding and enhancing students' interest in learning the language. Ni Hao, Volume 3 introduces more than 500 words and phrases and 151 written characters. Appendices with Chinese-English and English-Chinese “Words and Expressions” contain pinyin, English, and traditional and simplified character listings for words learned in the text. Volume 3 also includes an appendix listing Chinese character radicals. This textbook is in traditional characters.
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Ni Hao, Level 1: Workbook (Traditional Character Edition)

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Author: Paul Fredlein, Shumang, Shumang Fredlein, Shumang Fredlein, Paul Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (2003)
Binding: Paperback, pages
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The Ni Hao, Volume 1 student workbook offers a wide variety of fun activities correlated with each lesson of the Ni Hao, Volume 1 textbook. The workbook uses all four communication skills of reading, writing, speaking, and listening to reinforce newly learned vocabulary and grammar, build communicative skills, and enhance cultural knowledge. All of the activities can be adapted to suit individual or class needs. Chinese characters are used in conjunction with pinyin throughout the book to reinforce students' reading and writing skills. Students are not required to write exclusively in characters, but are encouraged to use a combination of pinyin and characters. New characters listed in each textbook lesson are also included for writing practice in the workbook, complete with stroke order. This workbook is in traditional characters only.
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Ni Hao, Level 1: Textbook (Traditional Character Edition)

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Author: Shumang Fredlein, Paul Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (2002)
Binding: Paperback, pages
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For learners in upper-level elementary through senior high grades--or for anyone seeking a clear, effective way to learn Chinese--the popular Ni Hao series is a great way to begin. Ni Hao helps to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills with an approach that’s fun, interactive, and informative. An attractive two-color format and humorous cartoons facilitate understanding, and keep learning interesting. The Ni Hao 1 Textbook features a carefully-selected range of examples, situational settings, and vocabulary to make it easier to practice Chinese in everyday activities. Short reading passages throughout the book build upon language aspects that learners have studied previously, offering a built-in, practical review. Conversations are presented as alternative role-playing scripts, which help bring to life the possibilities of using even simple language to communicate more meaningfully and extensively with others. The Ni Hao series includes textbook, workbooks, audio products, CD-ROMs, and teacher’s handbooks. Simplified character editions are also available.
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Ni Hao Teacher's Handbook: Level 2

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Author: Paul Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (2003)
Binding: Paperback, 139 pages
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"The Ni Hao, Volume 2 Teacher’s Handbook provides the teacher with additional information for the textbook, supplies questions and answers for the student workbook, and suggests many activities—particularly games—that involve frequent use of Chinese. The general information section provides explanations lesson by lesson and includes notes on the textbook and the workbook. It provides the materials for the listening exercises in the workbook and answers to the workbook questions. A variety of learning activities are suggested. Games give students the opportunity to use the language in a relaxed situation, thus overcoming the inhibitions of some students. Some of the activities require specially designed worksheets, which are included in the blackline masters section. The teacher can photocopy these worksheets for class use. Some activities require small game cards or flashcards; these can also be produced using the “Phrases & Pictures” and the “Characters” in the second part of the blackline masters section."
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Ni Hao Teacher's Handbook: Level 1

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Author: Paul Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (2001)
Binding: Spiral-bound, pages
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"The Ni Hao, Volume 1 Teacher’s Handbook offers additional information to enrich lesson plans, supplies questions and answers for the student workbook, and suggests fun class activities and games for Chinese practice. The handbook provides additional information for each lesson and notes on the textbook and the workbook. In addition, it includes the materials for the listening exercised in the workbook and answers to the workbook questions. It is also packed with a variety of creative learning activities and games; by using their language skills in a more relaxed setting, students will overcome inhibitions and enjoy the learning process. Specially designed worksheets for some of the activities are included in the blackline masters section to be copied for class use. Game cards and flashcards can also be copied for class using the “Phrases & Pictures” and the “Characters” in the second part of the blackline masters section. "
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Ni Hao Level 4 Textbook (Simplified Character Edition )

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Author: Paul Fredlein, Shumang Fredlein
Publisher: ChinaSoft (2007)
Binding: Paperback, 138 pages
Summary:
"Ni Hao, Volume 4 is the fourth level of the Ni Hao series and is designed for students who have completed Ni Hao, Volumes 1-3. This level is ideally suited for students in high school. Topics include relationships, dating, fashion, part-time jobs, school events, and social issues. As in other levels, Chinese characters are used extensively throughout the text and are accompanied by pinyin, which acts as a guide to pronunciation. Pinyin is gradually omitted as the student becomes familiar with the characters and vocabulary. There are four lessons in Volume 4, each with four sub-topics, followed by example sentences, vocabulary, and character lists. Ni Hao, Volume 4 introduces more than 440 words and phrases and 140 written characters. Appendices with Chinese-English and English-Chinese “Words and Expressions” contain pinyin, English, and traditional and simplified character listings for words learned in the text. All characters learned from Ni Hao 1 to Ni Hao 4 are listed in the last appendix, arranged by the number of strokes. Students can look in the appendix to recap the pinyin and check the meaning of a particular character. This textbook includes the Ni Hao Language Lab Textbook Edition CD-ROM and is in simplified characters. "
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Ni Hao Level 3 Textbook (Simplified Character Edition)

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Author: Paul Friedland
Publisher: ChinaSoft (2008)
Binding: Paperback, 138 pages
Summary:
Ni Hao, Volume 3 is the third level of the series and is designed for students who have completed Ni Hao, Volumes 1 and 2. This level is ideally suited for students in middle or high school. As in other levels, Chinese characters are used extensively throughout the text and are accompanied by pinyin which acts as a guide to pronunciation. Pinyin is gradually omitted as the student becomes familiar with the characters and vocabulary. Chinese culture related to the content of each lesson is introduced in the “Something to know” section, designed to enrich cultural understanding and generate interest in learning the language. Ni Hao, Volume 3 introduces more than 500 words and phrases and 151 written characters. Appendices with Chinese-English and English-Chinese “Words and Expressions” contain pinyin, English, and traditional and simplified character listings for words learned in the text. Volume 3 also contains an appendix listing Chinese Radicals. This textbook is in simplified characters and includes the Ni Hao Language Lab Textbook Edition CD-ROM.
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Ni Hao Level 3 Teacher's Handbook

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Author: Paul Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (1997)
Binding: Paperback, pages
Summary:
"Ni Hao, Volume 3 is the third level of the Ni Hao series. This level is ideally suited for students in middle or high school. The text uses Chinese characters extensively, accompanied by pinyin as a pronunciation guide. As the student becomes familiar with the characters and vocabulary, the pinyin is gradually omitted. Each chapter includes a variety of engaging activities to develop reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. “Something to Know” sections explore relevant Chinese cultural, historical, and geographical topics, enriching cultural understanding and enhancing students' interest in learning the language. Ni Hao, Volume 3 introduces more than 500 words and phrases and 151 written characters. Appendices with Chinese-English and English-Chinese “Words and Expressions” contain pinyin, English, and traditional and simplified character listings for words learned in the text. Volume 3 also includes an appendix listing Chinese character radicals. This textbook is in traditional characters. "
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Ni Hao Level 3 [UNABRIDGED] (Audio CD)

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Author: Paul Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui Co (2003)
Binding: Audio CD, pages
Summary:
"The set of four audio CDs is designed for teachers to use in the classroom in conjunction with Ni Hao, Volume 3, and for students to study and practice at home. The Conversations, Learn the Sentences, and New Words and Expressions sections have spacing between utterances for students to listen and repeat."
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Ni Hao Level 2 Textbook (Simplified Character Edition)

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Author: Shumang Fredlein, Paul Fredlein
Publisher: Cheng & Tsui (2002)
Binding: Paperback, 138 pages
Summary:
Ni Hao, Volume 2 is the second level of the Ni Hao series and is ideally suited to students in middle school or high school. As in Ni Hao, Volume 1, Chinese characters are used extensively throughout the text and are accompanied by pinyin which acts as a guide to pronunciation. Pinyin is gradually omitted as the student becomes familiar with the characters and vocabulary. Chinese culture related to the content of each lesson is introduced in the “Something to know” section, designed to enrich cultural understanding and generate interest in learning the language. Ni Hao, Volume 2 introduces more than 440 words and phrases and 140 written characters. Appendices with Chinese-English and English-Chinese “Words and Expressions” contain pinyin, English, and traditional and simplified character listings for words learned in the text. The textbook includes the Ni Hao Language Lab Textbook Edition CD-ROM. This textbook is in simplified characters.
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