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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Articles Upper intermediate Chinese Level 6 Category Evening Courses Written by Super User February 9 2016 Introduction This course is aimed at enlarging students vocabulary utilizing a certain amount of complex sentence patterns through comprehensive training and focusing on listening speaking reading and writing skills By the end of this course students are expected to achieve natural precise and appropriate oral communication with strong linguistic skills Objective 1 To meet the demands of daily Chinese communication in living studying and social environments 2 To be able to proceed with discussing familiar topics 3 To express one s opinions and feelings clearly and precisely 4 To develop the ability to construct dialogues with correct pronunciation and tone 5 To provide learners with a good basis for taking the HSK Level 3 Approach Exercise learning is a primary tool used throughout the program in conjunction with teaching In addition a variety of learning techniques are employed including environment simulation exercises discussion and interactive practice Audience This course is designed for those who have passed the new HSK Level 2 or have similar proficiency in listening speaking reading and writing Instructor

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  • Advanced Chinese (Multi-skill)
    demands of daily Chinese communication in living studying and social environments 2 To be able to proceed with discussing familiar and relatively complicated topics 3 To express one s opinions and feelings precisely 4 To develop the ability to construct dialogues with correct pronunciation and tones Approach Task based approach combining lecturing and practicing A variety of learning approaches are employed including simulative environment exercises role plays debates discussion and

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    Our Lady s School Terenure Resource Teaching Pack Sample Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Articles Advanced Chinese Multi skill Category Evening Courses Written by Super User February 9 2016 Introduction This course is aimed at enlarging students vocabulary utilizing complex sentence patterns through comprehensive training focusing on listening speaking reading and writing skills By the end of this course students are expected to achieve natural precise and appropriate oral communication with strong comprehensive language skills Objective 1 To meet the demands of daily Chinese communication in living studying and social environments 2 To be able to proceed with discussing familiar and relatively complicated topics 3 To express one s opinions and feelings precisely 4 To develop the ability to construct dialogues with correct pronunciation and tones Approach Task based approach combining lecturing and practicing A variety of learning approaches are employed including simulative environment exercises role plays debates discussion and interactive practice Audience This course is designed for those who have reached new HSK 3 and above and acquired intermediate Chinese skills in listening speaking reading and writing Instructor Ms Ziyi Yu Ms Xiangyi Liu Ms Fuya Zhang Hours 1 5 hours per

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    Written by Super User February 9 2016 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 Course Duration and Class Size Three

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    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 Duration and Class Size Three ten

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    by Super User February 9 2016 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 Chinese speakers Our teachers will

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  • UCD Confucius Institute in Ireland
    Evening Courses Written by Super User February 9 2016 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 actions Stretching the body following clear

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  • Courses for Primary and Secondary Schools
    Mar Written by Super User Prof Liming Wang Invited to Attend China s Two Meetings From 3rd March to 12th March Prof Liming Wang Director of the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland was invited as a representative to attend the second session of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People s Political Consultative Conference CPPCC Read more Prof Liming Wang Invited to Attend China s Two Meetings Subcategories News

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