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  • BComm with Chinese
    by Super User Chinese Modules for Your School In 2007 the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland carried out a national survey to investigate demand for teaching Chinese as a foreign language in Irish post primary schools 24 1 of post primary schools responded to the survey 181 out of 750 The results indicated a high level of interest in Mandarin Chinese Since then the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland has been promoting Chinese Language and Culture modules in Irish secondary schools We have worked closely with the NCCA and schools to provide interesting innovative creative and interactive modules for Irish students Currently Confucius teaching staff delivers Chinese Language and Culture courses to more than 50 schools nationwide The aims of our courses are to provide students with some basic expressions and phrases in Mandarin foster a positive attitude towards language learning towards the speakers of other languages and towards other cultures and civilisations encourage learners to interact with people from different cultures help students to gain an appreciation for Chinese culture provide students with an opportunity to develop team work and organisational skills If your school requires a native Chinese teacher from CII please click on the link below and

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  • BComm with Chinese
    1 to 1 Chinese class Proficiency levels All Start date Any time Class times 7 days a week 9am to 9pm Class hours At least 1 hour per class 10 hours per session Class description 1 to 1 classes are a highly efficient way to learn Chinese for those who would like to maximize their speaking time with the teacher so as to engage more in oral conversation with a

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  • BComm with Chinese
    Course Duration Autumn term 18 30 20 00 for 10 weeks 14th September 2015 to 23rd November 2015 no class on 26th October Spring term 18 30 20 30 for 8 weeks 18th January 2016 to 14th March 2016 no class on 15th February Summer term 18 30 20 30 for 7 weeks 11th April 2016 to 30th May 2016 no class on 2nd May Venue Venue 1 Dublin UCD Belfield Venue 2 Galway Galway Education Centre Cluain Mhuire Monivea Road Well Park Galway Venue 3 Kildare Kildare Education 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

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    as a representative to attend the second session of the 12th National 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

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    to Ballsbridge Hotel Category 2014 Conference Written by Super User February 9 2016 The transport from airport to Ballsbridge Hotel Address Ballsbridge Hotel Pembroke Road Ballsbridge Dublin 4 By Taxi A taxi which will cost you approximately 25 to the hotel By Bus The Aircoach is 8 5 one way 1 From airport to Ballsbridge hotel Take Aircoach 702 towards Greystones from Dublin International Airport to Ballsbridge Northumberland Road 2

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    9 2016 The transport from airport to Clyde Court Hotel Address Clyde Court Hotel Lansdowne Road Ballsbridge Clyde Court Dublin 4 By Taxi A taxi which will cost you approximately 25 to the hotel By Bus The Aircoach is 8 5 one way 1 From airport to clyde court hotel A Take Aircoach 702 towards Greystones from Dublin International Airport to Ballsbridge Northumberland Road B Walk 290 metres from Pembroke

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    School was founded in 1953 by the Religious of Christian Education a Congregation founded in Normandy in the aftermath of the French Revolution The educational tradition of the Congregation is to create conditions in which each pupil can attain her full potential and develop her personal gifts and talents The school was founded in order to provide an educational experience based on academic excellence the formation of a strong value system and the development of the whole person It is a member of the Le Chéile Schools Trust Our academic programme aims to provide a broad and balanced curriculum so that all our students have the opportunity to succeed at the highest level of their own individual talents and abilities Students are encouraged to be the best that they can be to strive for excellence and to contribute to the school community in a positive manner Student progress is monitored by the Year Team including a Year Head and Form Tutors Additional supports are provided by the Care Team which includes two Career Guidance Counsellors The Transition Year Chinese programme covers both a Chinese Language Option and a separate Chinese Culture and Language Module The Chinese language module is granted

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    programmes Loreto Bray also offers the Transition Year Programme and an enhanced Leaving Certificate Programme called the Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme LCVP Loreto Bray also offers a wide range of extracurricular programmes to its students In the area of sport students have the opportunity to participate in hockey basketball badminton table tennis soccer Gaelic football rugby and other sports Drama debating French German and Spanish Language Societies and a Peace Justice Group are among the other activities available in the school During the school year 2006 2007 the school Principal in consultation with a number of staff members explored the option of offering a programme of Chinese Studies to students in Loreto Bray Ambassador Zhang Xinsen was contacted by letter at the Chinese Embassy seeking support and guidance on how best to introduce a Chinese studies programme into the school A representative of the Ambassador responded to the school s letter and suggested contact be made with the Confucius Institute for Ireland The school was also informed of the recently established links between the Confucius Institute and University College Dublin UCD Following talks with the UCD Confucius Institute Loreto Bray was delighted to introduce a Confucius Institute funded programme of Chinese studies into the school The programme started in September of the school year 2007 2008 and was offered to first year students It was intended that the Chinese Studies Programme would continue throughout the six years the girls spent in second level school It was further intended that the students would at the end of the six years have achieved a reasonable level of proficiency in the Chinese language The Confucius Classroom programme stated aim of developing Chinese teaching and learning in local secondary schools and enhancing the mutual understanding and friendship between young people of both countries was

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