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  • Law & 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ucdcii.ie/course/degree-programmes/law-chinese/28-cii/course/courses-for-primary-and-post-schools (2016-02-09)
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  • Law & Chinese
    Class 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

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  • Law & 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
    9 2016 Available courses 31st Mar to 6th June 2014 City centre class 54 Merrion Square English in Dublin Dublin 2 UCD Belfield campus class UCD Science Centre Hub CHINESE LANGUAGE Chinese for Beginners Level 1 Post Beginner Chinese Level 2 Pre Intermediate Chinese Level 3 Lower Intermediate Chinese Level 4 Intermediate Chinese Level 5 Upper intermediate Chinese Level 6 Advanced Chinese Multi skill CHINESE CULTURE Chinese Calligraphy Chinese Corner

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  • Chinese Health Regimen
    by Super User Published 30 November 0001 Hits 4462 Category Evening Courses Chinese Health Regimen Introduction In the modern age the first and most important benefit of Traditional Chinese Martial Arts is Health Professor Liu will be teaching regular Health Regimen classes in UCD Confucius Institute This is a traditional part of Chinese Wushu and translates directly to Healthy Body Chi Skill It combines mental discipline with breathing and physical

    Original URL path: http://www.ucdcii.ie/course/degree-programmes/diploma-in-teaching-chinese/26-cii/course/evening-courses/229-chinese-health-regimen (2016-02-09)
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  • Chinese Corner (Session Series)
    November 0001 Hits 5878 Category Evening Courses Chinese Corner Session Series We at UCD Confucius Institute are delighted to offer students an ideal chance to practice Chinese after class Chinese Corner We hope it will become an important place where students of Chinese meet with native speakers of Chinese and practice speaking what they have just learned in class Here you can practice with other Chinese learners and also native

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  • Chinese Calligraphy
    Super User Published 30 November 0001 Hits 6489 Category Evening Courses Chinese Calligraphy Introduction No previous knowledge of Chinese is required for this course Anyone with an interest in Chinese calligraphy is eligible Objectives The course will give students an introduction to various key aspects of Chinese calligraphy Students will be given a general overview of the history of Chinese calligraphy the features of the main styles and calligraphic writing techniques Students will have the opportunity to learn how to write characters in tsao shu cursive script style Teaching Content Four basics of calligraphy brush ink paper ink stone Introduction to the ways of holding a brush and brush writing techniques The strokes and basic structures of Chinese characters Introduction and appreciation of some calligraphy works Copying and writing characters in tsao shu cursive script style Expectations Students are expected to gain a perceptual knowledge of Chinese Calligraphy and have a good understanding of the characters structures At the end of the course students will be able to hold the brush write correctly and copy characters in tsao shu cursive script style The course is intended to promote students interest in Chinese calligraphy and to lay foundations for further study

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  • Chinese Painting
    is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world The earliest paintings were not representational but ornamental they consisted of patterns or designs rather than pictures Early pottery was painted with spirals zigzags dots or animals It was only during the Warring States Period 403 221 B C that artists began to represent the world around them Painting in the traditional style is known today in Chinese as guó huà 国画 meaning national or native painting as opposed to Western styles of art Traditional painting involves essentially the same techniques as calligraphy and is done with a brush dipped in black or colored ink oils are not used As with calligraphy the most popular materials on which paintings are made of are paper and silk The finished work is then mounted on scrolls which can be hung or rolled up Traditional painting is also done in albums and on walls lacquerwork and other media In this course the students will learn how to paint a range of popular subjects using Traditional Contemporary Chinese Brush Painting techniques Projects gradually increase in difficulty and feature such subjects as swallows bamboo wild orchids plum blossoms pandas horses peonies and more Course

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