JEB146 Elementary Chinese and JEB150 Intermediate Chinese
Like in the previous semester, we are opening free courses of Chinese for economists, now both at elementary and intermediate levels.
Both courses are taught by Dianju Wang, a lecturer with an experience from teaching at the University of Wisconsin.
JEB146 Elementary Chinese: This course introduces and provides the basic training of elementary Mandarin pronunciation, grammar, reading and orthography (in both Romanized and character forms) to beginners with no or little prior exposure to the language. It emphasizes on the ability to communicate and function accurately and appropriately in modern Chinese.
JEB150 Intermediate Chinese: This is the first semester course designed for students who have finished elementary Chinese learning, or who have a similar learning background (having a good knowledge of Chinese pinyin, character writing, and topics like greeting; family, etc.). The course aims to further develop the learners’ ability to communicate in a wide range of Chinese contexts and appreciation of Chinese culture. It emphasizes on the ability to communicate and function accurately and appropriately in modern Chinese.
Students with high Chinese language proficiency are not eligible for the courses.
Autor - doc. PhDr. Martin Gregor Ph.D.