[Oh, China!] = Chou, Chih-Ping, P. Link and X. Wang. Oh, China!: An Elementary Reader of Modern Chinese for Advanced Beginners. Princeton University Press, 2011. ISBN: 9780691153087. [Preview with Google Books]
Each assignment or any additional files referenced in the table is available in the Study Materials section, except the audio files. These files are not provided here due to copyright restrictions.
To complete writing assignments, please write on every other line and leave 1.25-inch margins for each piece of paper you use if you do not use the calligraphy grid.
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Important: You should start thinking about your end-of-term essay now. Don't forget to finish the BFA project by its deadline.
The next two lessons are from a different textbook, Oh China!, and the language and vocabulary are very different from 大學語 文 / 大学语文 , and somewhat challenging. We will focus on two different genres, one is online blog and the other one is a prominent historical figure Rong Hong. The content is challenging but don't be overwhelmed by it. I don't expect you to master it right away. The goal is to expose you to material relevant to your life and test your reading skills. We will not have any tests on these materials but a presentation.Choose your own character version of "Xi'an Travel 西安自助旅游." and follow the steps below:
Preview [Oh, China!] Lesson 32 (Yung Wing).
Need to Finish the Second BFA Project before Class.
Study Sentence patterns and Word Usage on pp. 473–5 and create a sentence using each phrase or pattern.
Bring your laptop or other electronic devices to do the course evaluation in class.
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