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  • Evening Courses
    Centre Friary Road Kildare Town Kildare Venue 4 Limerick Limerick Education Centre Marshal House Dooradoyle Road Limerick Venue 5 Online training courses This one year part time course included 3 levels Prerequisites This is an introductory level course for learners who have little or no prior knowledge of Chinese language Level 2 This is a beginner level course for learners who have finished Happy Chinese book 1 unit 1 4 or equivalent Level 3 This is a post beginner level course for learners who have finished Happy Chinese book 1 unit 1 8 or equivalent Summary of Content Level 1 Unit 1 to Unit 4 Happy Chinese Book 1 Level 2 Unit 5 to Unit 8 Happy Chinese Book 1 Level 3 Unit 1 to Unit 4 Happy Chinese Book 2 Learning outcomes Upon the completion of the three sessions students should be able to Pronounce or transcribe words or phrases with the aid of Pinyin Recognize and produce basic Chinese characters by typing Recognize approximately 150 Chinese characters The expected level you will reach is HSK Level 2 and be able to recognize 300 words of core vocabulary Method of Assessment A final exam will be arranged in final week Textbook and Online Resource You will be expected to buy a Happy Chinese package including a student book a workbook and a CD Happy Chinese is a complete learning programme specifically created for teaching beginner Chinese to young students It is fully backed up by multimedia courseware which focuses on the training of Chinese communicative competence and on motivating learners by providing various exercises and games within each lesson It helps the learners form a solid foundation for their further studies Online resource http edu chinese cn en us onlinelearning node 22521 htm Certificate and Qualification After each session

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    Wood College S J Belvedere College S J Blackrock College Jesus and Mary College Galway Education Centre Our Lady s School Terenure Resource Teaching Pack Sample Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Articles Category Evening Courses Written by Super User Apr 1 2014 Evening Courses Create new opportunities for business and travel We offer a range of evening courses catering for every level from beginners to advanced in 2 convenient locations DIT Kevin St Campus and UCD Belfield Campus In addition we offer a range of cultural classes including Chinese calligraphy traditional Chinese painting Tai Chi Chinese cooking and more Click here to download the course time table 2016 1st semester starts from 12th Jan to 16th Mar 2nd semester starts from 29th Mar to 2nd June 3rd semester starts from 12th Sep to 18th Nov 201 7 1st semester starts from 9 th Jan to 1 6 th Mar 2nd semester starts from 6 th Apr r to 8 th June 3rd semester starts from 1 1 th Sep to 1 6 th Nov Register Online Thanks for sharing About The Author Super User Close Related Articles C Chinese for Beginners Level 1

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    Staff Members Contact Articles Category Evening Courses Written by Super User Apr 1 2014 Post Beginner Chinese Level 2 Introduction The course aims to enhance students interest in Chinese learning and provide a sound foundation for further study through comprehensive training which focuses on listening speaking reading and writing skills By the end of this course students are expected to achieve basic and effective oral communication Objective 1 To meet the demands of basic communication in living studying and social environments 2 To be able to express opinions and needs in basic sentence patterns 3 To be able to ask and receive fundamental information in traveling and business 4 To develop the ability to construct dialogues with proper pronunciation and tones Approach Rich multimedia materials and interactive classroom activities such as games workshops and role play as well as bilingual workshops This is fully backed up by a comprehensive range of multimedia material online which gives students every opportunity to expand their knowledge of Chinese language and culture Audience This course is designed to assist students who have finished the study of Great Wall Chinese 1 Chinese Language Level 1 or beginners who have a basic knowledge of Chinese to

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    2014 Pre Intermediate Chinese Level 3 Introduction The course aims to enhance students interest in Chinese learning and provide a sound foundation for further study through comprehensive training which focuses on listening speaking reading and writing skills By the end of the course students should have improved their listening and speaking ability enlarged their vocabulary have command of more sentence patterns and be able to communicate and express opinions on a range of topics Objective 1 To meet the demands of basic communication in living studying and social environments 2 To be able to express opinions and needs in basic sentence patterns 3 To be able to ask and receive fundamental information in travel and business 4 To develop the ability to construct dialogues with proper pronunciation and tones Approach The listening and speaking ability of the students is our major concern We help our students to practice listening skills through multi media methods and students are also encouraged to speak more Chinese during each class What s more we also help students to acquire more vocabulary and sentence structures though various exercises Audience This course is designed for those who have finished the primary Chinese course and have commanded

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    Category Evening Courses Written by Super User Apr 1 2014 Chinese for Beginners Level 1 Introduction This course is designed for students with no prior knowledge of Chinese It focuses on the spoken language and aims to equip students with the skills needed for everyday situations in a Chinese speaking environment Students can expect to acquire the 100 most frequently used words through entertaining exercises and interactive class activities and also explore various aspects of Chinese society and culture Objective 1 To learn Chinese pronunciation basic vocabulary and practical daily expressions with an emphasis on listening and speaking skills 2 To be skilled in daily oral communication and meeting the demands of simple interpersonal dialogue 3 To develop an insight into Chinese culture tradition and society 4 To provide a sound foundation for further studies and prepare you to take the HSK Level 1 Chinese test The HSK is the only standardized internationally recognised Mandarin Chinese test Course Outline 1 Greetings 2 Self introduction 3 Numbers 4 Dates 5 Occupation 6 Time 7 Food and drinks 8 Shopping 9 Asking for directions 10 Revision Approach Rich multimedia materials and interactive classroom activities such as team oral exercises role playing practical

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  • Prof. Liming Wang Invited to Attend China’s “Two Meetings”
    Committee of the Chinese People s Political Consultative Conference CPPCC Two Meetings is a common Chinese abbreviation for the annual meetings of the National People s Congress NPC and Chinese People s Political Consultative Conference CPPCC As the top legislative and consultative body in China the NPC CPPCC annual sessions address the state policies review the report on the work of the government and make decisions about state affairs The 2014 NPC CPPCC annual sessions invited 35 overseas delegates from 21 countries to attend the conferences In the panel discussion Prof Liming Wang made two proposals First to better the education in Chinese language and culture overseas the management structure needs to be transformed The former structure which has three parallel institutions Hanban the Confucius Institute Headquarters the Chinese Education of the Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs and the Chinese Culture Centre of the Ministry of Culture must be abandoned A new International Chinese Language and Culture Promotion Office based on Hanban should be created with the function of coordinating between the parties concerned and also general planning Thus an optimized resource allocation and resource sharing can be achieved Second the innovation of educational ideals is the core of all innovations A nation cannot develop without innovation and innovation will not happen unless we have innovative people Innovation in our educational ideals is the prerequisite for all of these The new educational ideal should be able to address the essence of both eastern and western culture It should tackle challenges from the rapidly developing world of information technology masses of on line information and the era of big data Students educated under this new ideal should have the 3 CHA i e Critical thinking Creative thinking Challenging thinking Holistic view Harmonious view Historical view Analytical skill Accessing skill and Applied

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  • Courses for Primary and Secondary Schools
    from Two Confucius Institutes in Ireland Share Teaching Experience 19 Jan Written by Super User The Launch of Dublin Confucius Classroom for Children at UCD On January 16 2016 Dublin Confucius Classroom for Children was successfully launched at UCD and welcomed more than one hundred children with a range of ages races and language levels The Classroom is a joint venture between UCD Confucius Institute and Aihua Chinese School This Chinese learning programme for children initially includes 11 classes in total Read more The Launch of Dublin Confucius Classroom for Children at UCD 12 Nov Written by Super User UCD Confucius Institute organized the Winter Camp for Irish Secondary School Students Invited by Senior Chinese leader H E Liu Yunshan organized by UCD Confucius Institute Renmin University of China and the Confucius Institute Headquarters Hanban 39 Irish students from secondary school and 3 Irish teachers visited Beijing and participated into the two week winter camp of exploring Chinese culture running from 19 th of October to 30 th of October 35 out of 39 students are from Teresian School 3 of them are from Sutton Park School and the other one is from Dundalk Grammer School In cooperation with these three schools UCD Confucius Institute has been delivering Chinese courses to their students Read more UCD Confucius Institute organized the Winter Camp for Irish Secondary School Students 02 Dec Written by Super User 29th Confucius PhD Students Forum Held at UCD On November 26 the 29th Confucius PhD Students Forum was successfully held in Health Sciences Center Prof Liming Wang Director of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland as well as Honorary Chairman of the Confucius PhD Students Forum welcomed all the participants at opening remarks Read more 29th Confucius PhD Students Forum Held at UCD 10 Nov Written by Super

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  • Courses for Primary and Secondary Schools
    the Chinese New Year has become a popular annual event and a showcase for cultural diversity which provides us with an opportunity to demonstrate traditional Chinese culture as well as to celebrate the Chinese New Year with both Irish and Chinese We are delighted to present this event with special guest appearance by China National Opera and Dance Drama Theatre Opera Troupe whilst the students from UCD Confucius Institute will also perform in the Gala Furthermore the acoustics in the Convention Centre should enhance this special performance Admission is free The tickets will be available for collection on a first come first serve basis since February 8 th from our I nstitute If you have any other inquiries please contact This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 017163000 for further information 17 Oct Written by Super User 17th Oct 2015 Chinese Test There will be some Chinese Tests held on 2015 at UCD Confucius Institute Read more 17th Oct 2015 Chinese Test 26 Sep Written by Super User 26th Sep 2015 Confucius Institute Day To celebrate the 11th anniversary of the Confucius Institute the Confucius Institute Headquarters has decided to hold a Confucius Institute Day event at all the Confucius Institutes around the world this September Read more 26th Sep 2015 Confucius Institute Day 01 Oct Written by Super User 1st October 2015 28th Confucius PhD Students Forum Hereby we are delighted to invite you to attend to the 28th Confucius PhD Students Forum which will be held at 18 00 pm on this Thursday October 1 2015 in Theatre 1 in UCD Newman Building University College Dublin Read more 1st October 2015 28th Confucius PhD Students Forum 09 Sep Written by Super User 9th Sep 2015 A public lecture on

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