China Focus: Chinese Audiovisual-Speaking Course Intermediate Level (I) Public Welfare

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Usage Advice: Approximately 4 class hours

Level: Intermediate, Adults

China Focus is a set ofcomprehensive Chinese teaching materials specially designed for the Chinese audiovisual-speaking course. The video clips are extracted from contemporary Chinese social hot issues, feature programs, news, sitcoms, documentaries, talkshows, interviews, entertainment programs, films and TV plays, micro films,advertisements, songs, etc. Using abundant online video resources, it builds anatural-language-based classroom teaching environment, giving full play to theChinese audiovisual-speaking course's function of being a window to thesociety, and promoting the integration of language learning and culturalunderstanding. This set of materials is divided into six levels, each of whichis composed of several themes, encompassing society, economy, culture,education, life, love, and art. Several course modules are designed under eachtheme. The intermediate level (I) includes 10 volumes, each taking 4 classhours and covering the communication functions and scenes commonly used in theelementary level, intermediate level and advanced level. Teachers can develop apersonalized assortment of teaching materials based on the themes they areinterested in, which can either be independently used in anaudiovisual-speaking course, or as exercise materials in a comprehensive class,speaking class, listening class and other classes. The Classification of ChinaFocus Level Vocabulary Learned Speed of Speaking (Characters/Minute) Average Sentence Length Average Number of New Words/Hundred Words Chinese Proficiency (Referring to the Levels of HSK) Elementary (I) 300 160-180 6 5 HSK Level 2 Elementary (II) 600 180-200 8 6 HSK Level 3 Intermediate (I) 1200 200-230 9 7 HSK Level 4 Intermediate (II) 2500 220-250 10 7 HSK Level 5 Advanced (I) 5000 240-280 11 8 HSK Level 6 Advanced (II) 5000+ 250-300 12 8 HSK Level 6+ The intermediate Level (I) includes Public Welfare, Dream, Hobbies,Occupations, Love, Family, Aspirations, Life, Campus, etc. This is Public Welfare.

About the Author
Wang Tao, a teacher of Beijing International Studies University,is devoted to studying Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, and focuses hisresearch areas on Chinese language processing and computer-based studies. Heparticipated in the design and development of Jinshan Typing software andassumed the chief responsibility of constructing the TCFL digital resources database of Beijing International Studies University and other scientific programs organized by MOE and Beijing City. He wrote a textbook entitled The Basic Computer-Based Chinese LanguageApplications for International Students and published a number of papers. Besidesthese, he won the champion in the 6th Contest of Young Teachers of Beijing International Studies University and got the first prize in the 2nd MultimediaEducation Software Contest of Beijing.
China Focus: Chinese Audiovisual-Speaking Course Intermediate Level (I) Public Welfare