Sinolingua

These books have been designed for use in the classroom, and are accompanied by MP3 and a teacher’s book which provides the keys to the exercises, listening transcripts, and appendices. The textbooks contain 22 lessons in total, with the content divided evenly between two books. Each book requires around 80 class hours to complete, or 1 semester in the US school system, as each lesson requires approximately 7 classes to work through. The lessons cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from banking to community service to literature and the arts, and aim to provide students with a greater knowledge of the daily life and culture of China.
It is suitable for high school students taking 9th or 10th grade courses or undergraduate students taking the AP Chinese course. Upon completion, student will have a proficiency level expected to reach intermediate mid as rated by ACTFL.
It is suitable for high school students taking 9th or 10th grade courses or undergraduate students taking the AP Chinese course. Upon completion, student will have a proficiency level expected to reach intermediate mid as rated by ACTFL.
These books have been designed for use in the classroom, and are accompanied by MP3 and a teacher’s book which provides the keys to the exercises, listening transcripts, and appendices. The textbooks contain 22 lessons in total, with the content divided evenly between two books. Each book requires around 80 class hours to complete, or 1 semester in the US school system, as each lesson requires approximately 7 classes to work through. The lessons cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from banking to community service to literature and the arts, and aim to provide students with a greater knowledge of the daily life and culture of China.
It is suitable for undergraduate students, high school students taking the AP Chinese course, or those who have already mastered 1,200 words on the HSK Level Four vocabulary list. Generally speaking, anyone whose level of Chinese is rated as Intermediate-low by the ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) or Level One by the ILR (Interagency Language Roundtable) will find these books to be a useful learning tool.
It is suitable for high school students taking 11th or 12th grade courses or undergraduate students taking the AP Chinese course. Upon completion, student will have a proficiency level expected to reach intermediate low as rated by ACTFL.