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New Practical Chinese Reader vol.3 - Instructor's Manual

Beijing Language & Culture University Press
English, Chinese
210 x 285mm
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Since New Practical Chinese Reader was published in 2002, it has been well received by teachers and learners of Chinese around the world. For users’ convenience, in this new edition, we have revised those we found improper, but have not revised the framework, the texts and the main language points of the textbook. In contrast to its first edition, the explanations of the text are designed right after each text to facilitate student learning. Users can visit and download the traditional Chinese version of the texts for free. All the reading materials and illustrations in the accompanying workbook are updated.

This is the instructor’s manual accompanying the textbook and workbook of New Practical Chinese Reader 3 (2nd Edition), which can be consulted by Chinese language teachers to prepare lessons. It provides the teaching purposes, tips of teaching steps, content descriptions, the notes and grammar in the textbook as well as the knowledge about the Chinese characters and words. For teachers’ reference, there is also the knowledge about grammar, vocabulary and Chinese characters as well as the answers to some exercises and listening scripts in the workbook. In addition, it also provides the unit tests (in written and oral forms) of Lesson 27 ~ Lesson 32 and Lesson 33 ~ Lesson 38 and the reference answers to the tests.

A CD of MP3 file is attached to the book, with the listening comprehension parts of the two unit tests recorded in it.
Liu Xun is a professor at College of Humanities and Social Sciences of Beijing Language and Culture University, chief senior editor of Chinese textbooks of Beijing Language and Culture University Press, and member of the Advisory Committee Board of the HSK Committee. He was a member of the Hanban Expert Advisory Committee for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, consultant of Chinese teaching for the New York State Department of Education, board member of World Chinese Teaching Association. His research focuses on Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, second language acquisition, teaching material development and teachers’ training. He has published Explorations on Pedagogy in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, An Introduction to Pedagogy in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, A Brief Introduction to Teaching Chinese as a Second Language, An Introduction to Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language; He once assumed the main responsibility in the design of the first set of HSK and was awarded Special Government Allowance from the State Council.