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Mandarin 3 2017 - Lower Intermediate

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Chinese Lanterns

Monday Evenings 6.30-8.30pm

This mixed ability intermediate course is for those who have completed Chinese Level 2 or Level 3A at Loughborough or have learnt Mandarin Chinese for 80 hours or more. Reading, writing, listening and speaking skills will move toward a more advanced stage, making way for more complex interactions in a Mandarin-speaking environment. 

The course runs for 20 weeks, 2 hours per week.

The price of the course will be added during the registration process.

Course Fees are:

Returners:
Students registered in 2016-17: £95
LU and LSU Staff, Alumni, Campus Partner Staff and Concessions (pensioners, job seekers etc) registered in 2016-17: £125
General Public registered in 2016-17: £155
 
Standard:
Students: £125
LU and LSU Staff, Alumni, Campus Partner Staff and Concessions (pensioners, job seekers etc): £155
General Public: £185
Discount for anyone registered in 2016-17:£30 (already applied to the returner rates above). No more than one discount can be applied per year.

Any refunds should be requested in writing to languages@lboro.ac.uk by Friday 13th October at 4 pm. A £20 fee will be applied.

 

Course Code

ECLPM3_17

Course Dates

9th October 2017 – 14th May 2018

Places Available

Course Leader

Hongyu White
Course Description

Ideally, learners starting this course will already be able to understand at least 300 Chinese characters. However, the textbook supporting the course will help those who have little knowledge of characters despite being able to express themselves orally.

Reading, writing, listening and speaking skills will move toward a more advanced stage, making way for more complex interactions in a Mandarin-speaking environment. 

On completion, students will be able to:

•           Understand authentic conversations in Mandarin based on real life in China

•           Communicate in Mandarin with native speakers on a wide range of topics

•           Read and write personal letters / emails

•           Give their opinion

•           Use past, present and future markers

•           Live in Mandarin-speaking regions and cope in daily life situations

Course handout booklet including grammar explanation and exercises. This will be provided when you start the course.

Examples of other materials used during the course: Power Point slides for situational speaking topics, flash cards, extra vocabulary bank exercises, newspapers for reading exercises, Chinese films and videos for listening and speaking.

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