This course continues to teach 50 frequently used Chinese characters and to expand students’s vocabularies further with more words, combinations and sentence structures within the framework of 320 Chinese characters. The combined frequency occurrence of these 320 characters goes beyond 50% of all modern Chinese print texts, and this means that it is becoming more and more frequent for students to recognise and to understand printed texts when they are in a Chinese environment. It also means that a more diverse Chinese text can be used to further develop students’ reading and writing skills. Additional exercises with different focuses continue to play a key role to help students have more targeted reading and writing practice.
Evaluation of Progress
Students are assessed based on their performance of reading and writing exercises over the entire course, in the aspects of their reading comprehension and their writing in clear and comprehensible Chinese.
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