Integrated Chinese is an acclaimed Mandarin Chinese language course that delivers a cohesive system of print and digital resources for highly effective teaching and learning. First published in 1997 and now in its 4th Edition, it has become the leading Chinese language textbook series in the United States and beyond.
This time-tested series has been fully revised to align with the needs of today’s learners:
Grammar now includes exercises to consolidate the language forms just learned
Language Practice across interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational activities
Get Real with Chinese uses realia to situate language learning in a real-life context
Chinese Chat models how language is used on social media
Characterize It! encourages students to approach the learning of characters analytically
How About You? now includes visual cues to promote vocabulary expansion and retention
Compare & Contrast activities further enhance the updated Cultural Literacy resources
Lesson Wrap-Up includes context-based tasks to help assimilate and produce language
Make It Flow! scaffolds development of continuous discourse in written and spoken forms
Interactive content provides a truly blended teaching and learning experience
Integrated Chinese (IC) is an acclaimed Mandarin Chinese language course that delivers a cohesive system of print and digital resources for highly effective teaching and learning. First published in 1997 and now in its new 4th Edition, it has become the leading Chinese language textbook series in the United States and beyond. Through its holistic focus on the language skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, IC teaches students the skills they need to function effectively in Chinese.
Integrated Chinese is a four-volume series designed for two years of study at the college level. Each volume consists of Textbook, Workbook, Character Workbook, Teacher’s Resources, streaming audio and video components. Volumes 1 and 2 kept the core from the 3rd edition that everyone likes but added enhancements to update its Chinese language usage. In Volumes 3 and 4, changes were made to ensure a more gradual transition between each level.