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Chinese Class in Chicago
with experienced Mandarin tutor Andy


Chinese Class Schedule (Course schedule is subject to minor revision.)
Two hour long sessions once a week every Thursdays from 7:00pm to 9:00pm (except public holidays)
Starting Date: In the beginning of every month.  Next class: September 14, 2006.  Please contact us for details.

Course Size: 3-10 students

Place of the Chinese Class in Chicago: Chinese class in Chicago

Chicago Office:
125 South Wacker Drive, Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60606
(Photo on the right: Our Chicago Office Building, right cross Adams street from Sears Tower)

Schaumburg Office:
1031 Lela Court,
Schaumburg, IL 60193


Andy Zhang

Teaching Materials for the Chinese Class:

Handouts and computer pages on various topics
Chinese 1-2-3 Textbook (Simplified Character Edition) First Edition ($29.99)

Course Description:

This is a beginning level course in Modern Standard Mandarin Chinese. This course helps students develop basic skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing colloquial Chinese.

Course Objectives:

1. Understand and hold basic daily conversations.
2. Comprehend readings related to materials taught in class.
3. Spell Chinese in Pinyin, a phonetic transcription system.
4. Write simplified characters (a standard writing form employed in mainland China and Singapore) taught in class.

Class Activities:

Each class is a combination of the following:
1. A brief oral quiz at the beginning of each class.
2. Explanation of vocabulary, grammar structure and the text by the teacher.
3. Conducting dialogues based on fundamental sentence patterns and vocabulary.
4. Improvisation combined with students’ practical needs.
5. Homework assignments.

Class requirements:

Full attendance is essential for successful completion of this class. A student’s absence can have an effect on the progress of the course and his/her classmates. However, private tutoring and handouts sent via emails are available to make up missed classes.


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