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Elementary Chinese III

About Course

          This course is designed for students with prior experience on listening, speaking, reading and writing Chinese at the elementary level 2. While students will be trained in all four skills, more emphasis will be given to reading and writing Chinese characters, expanding vocabulary, understanding Chinese culture. To facilitate the study of the language, different aspects of Chinese culture and society will be introduced through group activities, multimedia programs, and research project throughout the course. Offered fall trimester. Four credits.



        How to…

            ·       Ask about the year, month, date,

            ·       Wish happy birthday to someone,

            ·       Express a particular point in time;

            ·       Make pivotal sentences

            ·       Describe locations                                                        ;

            ·       Signify abilities, demands, wishes or possibilities;

            ·       Inquiring about reasons;

            ·       Describe, appraise or evaluate the result, degree or state


Target Group

  • Teaching Methods : Self-study
  • Target group : Students, Public
  • Level of course content : Moderate
  • Type of Course : General Education



  • Number of hours : 12
  • Number of hours per week : 4
  • Number of credits : None



  • The results are measured and assessed through the post-test of 100 points. Students must score a total score of 70% or more to be able to obtain the Certificate.




    Mr. Aeksing Weerasawainon 
    Humanities and Language Division