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Chinese Class In Los Angeles (Mandarin)
Information for Next Group Lesson
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Current Chinese Group Classes: (Free free to join in at any time, if there is space available)
Beginner Level A (First Session):
Once a week, every Saturdays from 10am to 12:00pm. (The Chinese classes will be taught by Ruth)
Please Register Online or Contact Us for sign up information (By registering online, you will be on our mailing list, and will receive updates about the class)..
Samuel Chong or Eagle Liang
Minimum number of students: 3
Maximum Number of students: 6
We reserve the rights to change class schedules if the number of students signing up is below 3 or above 6.
401 N. Garfield Ave. #1
Alhambra, CA 91801
Note: we also offer Chinese class in Orange City, near Fullerton, Anaheim, Long Beach, Seal Beach, Westminster, Santa Ana, Irvine, Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach as well as Cantonese Class in Los Angeles
My Chinese Classroom (with 1 CD)
Cost: (to be paid on the first day of class, by check or cash)
$250 for two months.
Textbooks not included. (For textbooks, see Chinese Textbooks for more information)
You will be expected to preview for textbook materials, to read over the grammar explanations in each lesson, and to complete homework for each lesson.
ANTICIPATED COURSE SCHEDULE (For Beginner A)
Lesson 1, My Chinese Classroom
Introduction to Chinese language, tones, and characters
Homework: Review Lesson 1 and preview lesson 2
Lesson 2, My Chinese Classroom
Greetings and self-introduction, numbers, pronunciation, character strokes
Homework: Be prepared to introduce yourself and each other in class.
Lesson 3, My Chinese Classroom
Dates, siblings, work, pronunciation practice etc.
Homework: Memorize ways to say dates. Review numbers, be able to write down phone numbers in Chinese.
Lesson 4, My Chinese Classroom
More ways to greet each other. Ask each other phone numbers and birthdays.
Homework: Review lesson 4 of My Chinese Classroom, practice Chinese characters.
Lesson 5, My Chinese Classroom
Names of places, the verb “to go”, Japanese names in Chinese, etc. Review of Lesson 1-5.
Homework: Be prepared to write a sentence in Chinese, such as “My name is… “, “my birthday is…” Practice questions sheet.
Lesson 6, My Chinese Classroom
Birthdays, days of the week, etc.
Homework: Be prepared to write 2 sentences in Chinese, and be able to ask for days of the week, etc. More Chinese character practice
Lesson 7, My Chinese Classroom
Household vocabularies, Chinese culture information, modern Chinese families.
Homework: Review Chinese characters. Be prepared to turn in your character writing practice, and a 5-minute presentation in Chinese.
Review of Lessons from 1-7
Contact Us for sign up information or Register Online.