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This course is designed to enhance the Chinese language proficiency of students who are already at relatively advanced levels. A wide assortment of materials is used including (for speaking/comprehension) audiotapes, videotapes, and films featuring Chinese speakers from various segments of society; and (for reading) newspaper and magazine articles dealing with Chinese politics and economics as well as selections from modern Chinese literature. The course will be taught remotely for Spring 2021, unless otherwise instructed by the college. Conducted in Mandarin.
Format: lecture/conference; two 75-minute classes plus a conversation session
Grading: no pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
weekly homework, quizzes, unit tests, essays, oral presentations, and a final exam
CHIN 401 or permission of instructor