In Chinese III, the student will continue to expand their abilities in various aspects of Chinese language study. They will continue to build up their knowledge in vocabulary, sentence patterns, and grammar points in communicative contexts. They will also enhance their Chinese speaking and listening skills such as pronunciations and intonations. Students will learn more in-depth reading and writing and reading strategies and skills. Their Chinese reading abilities and efficiency will be greatly improved, and they will be able to write in Chinese in various formats such as journal, letter, invitation and essay. Students’ knowledge and skills in writing simplified Chinese characters will also be enriched and fortified.
In this course, students will learn more about the essential Chinese culture knowledge including origins, histories, anecdotes and etiquettes for various cultural settings, events and occasions. They will also gain the ability to compare and contrast the Chinese culture with their own cultures in many different aspects.
- Listening – Students will understand the main idea and supporting details of spoken language that incorporates familiar vocabulary and structures and respond appropriately.
- Reading – Students will understand selected written materials on various topics.
- Speaking – Students will apply knowledge of Chinese pronunciation and intonation patterns in various situations.
- Writing – Students will respond to statements or questions in Chinese; write compositions and conversations on selected topics, which incorporate description, detail and accurate grammatical structures.
- Culture – Students will explain how aspects of the Chinese-speaking culture differ from their own and discuss the influence of the Chinese-speaking culture in the global community.
This is an NCAA-Certified Class
eAchieve Academy is an official NCAA-approved online instruction provider and this online Chinese 2 class meets the NCAA core course requirements. To see the full list of NCAA-approved online high school courses offered by eAchieve Academy, visit the NCAA Eligibility Center (use school code #502388).
Using Chinese In Your Career
Chinese language skills are in-demand in many different industries, including healthcare, law enforcement, business, science and the law, to name a few. Whether you want to become a doctor, lawyer, FBI special agent or environmental scientist, speaking Chinese can be a huge advantage.