Go! Chinese now comes with a second edition offering new and improved content! As a multi-level, fully integrated Chinese language program, it is specially designed for students in elementary schools with little or no Chinese background. Students will develop all four language skills across the three modes of communication (interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational) while gaining an appreciation of Chinese culture. They will also have opportunities to compare different cultures, make connections with other discipline areas, and extend their learning experiences to their homes and communities. Go! Chinese Textbook 1 offers 10 beautifully illustrated lessons focusing on topics relevant to the everyday life. Each lesson introduces basic vocabulary and simple sentence structures with emphasis on listening and speaking. Activities such as role play, interviews, games, pair work, and language exchanges are incorporated to allow students to communicate in meaningful contexts. Go! Chinese Workbook 1 offers 10 lessons and two review units featuring a wide variety of practices with emphasis on reading and writing.
, Julie Lo
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Series: Go Chinese (2nd Ed)
16 December 2019
TEXTBOOK 1 Pinyin ?? Lesson 1 Two Three ??? Lesson 2 How Are You? ???? Lesson 3 Thank You! ???! Lesson 4 What Is Your Last Name? ???? Lesson 5 What Day Is Today? ???? Lesson 6 How Many People Are There in Your Family? ???? Lesson 7 How Much Is This? ???? Lesson 8 What Time Is It? ???? Lesson 9 Making a Phone Call ??? Lesson 10 A Good Teacher ??? Vocabulary Index
Julie Lo has forty years of experience teaching Chinese to primary and high school students. She has also taught in the National Taipei University of Education and served as a local education counselor. She retired as Assistant Professor from the National Taipei University of Education in 2003. After her retirement, Julie continued to pursue her passion for Chinese and teaching by volunteering with the Jian Hua High School in Chiangmai. Emily Yih is an experienced Chinese language teacher, having sp ent more than 20 years teaching the language to foreign student s. She has also worked as Curriculum Advisor for the Toronto Board of Education (Canada). She was member director of Ontario Chinese Education Association (Canada), and web educator for Global Chinese Language and Culture Center of OCAC (Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission, Taiwan).