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Dublin High Foreign Language: Chinese 1/2/3 (Mandarin)

CHINESE I (Mandarin)

Grade Level: 9-12

Length: 1 year

Prerequisite: none

Graduation: Fulfills Foreign Language requirement

College Prep: Fulfills CSU/UC Foreign Language requirement

This is a beginning Mandarin Chinese course intended for students with no prior knowledge of any Chinese speaking or writing ability. This course will focus on the Chinese Zhuyinfuhau/Hanyupinyin (phonetic) system: tones, rules of phonetic spelling, and pronunciation drill; and Chinese characters: creation and evolution, stroke order, structure, and the writing system. Reading and writing skills are introduced. Students will learn the basic sentence patterns, and develop the Chinese language skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

CHINESE II (Mandarin)

Grade Level: 9-12

Length: 1 year

Prerequisite: C or better in Chinese I and teacher recommendation.

Graduation: Fulfills Foreign Language requirement

College Prep: Fulfills CSU/UC Foreign Language requirement

This course is designed for students interested in a continuation of learning Mandarin Chinese. This course will focus on the review of grammar and a further development of reading, speaking, listening and writing skills. This course presupposes a basic knowledge of Chinese Zhuyinfuhau/Hanyupinyin, characters, sentences, and grammar. Emphasis will be placed upon practical use of Chinese, so that students will experience the world of Communication among the Chinese language speaking people.

CHINESE III (Mandarin)

Grade Level: 9-12

Length: 1 Year

Prerequisite: C or better in Mandarin 2 or teacher recommendation

Graduation: Fulfills Foreign Language requirement

College Prep: Fulfills CSU/UC Foreign Language requirement

This course is a continuation of the study of the Chinese language and culture. It will expand students’ ability to function in Mandarin developed in Mandarin I and Mandarin II. Students will develop fluency in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Chinese. Selected readings about Chinese culture and literature will be explored.

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