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CHNS 202 Spring2017

MWF
MWF
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RSS 250
CHNS202-01 10:00-10:50 am
BELL 324 CHNS202-02 11:00-11:50 am
BELL400 CHNS202-01 12:40-01:30 pm
CHNS202-02 01:40-02:30 pm

Instructor: Shuhui Zhang


Email: zhangs2@cofc.edu
Office: JC Long 419
Phone: 953-9901
Office Hours: T R 11:30-12:30 (or by appointment)
Course Description, Objectives, & Assessment
The aim of this course is to continually improve the students' reading, writing, speaking, and
listening skills, with extra emphasis placed on speaking and writing proficiency. It also intends to
deepen students' knowledge of Chinese Language and Culture. This course contributes to the
General Education Competencies in two areas. Competency I: Research and Communication in
Multiple Media and Languages, including proficiency in foreign languages. By the end of this
course students will be able to understand more complex sentences in Chinese, read and
understand more complex texts in Chinese, and write more complex sentences and paragraphs in
Chinese, at a higher level than they did in the 201 level. Competency IV: International and
Intercultural Perspectives, gained by knowledge of international and global contexts. By the end
of this course students will have a deeper and broader knowledge of Chinese and Chinese culture
than they did in the 201level. The students' language proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and
listening will be assessed throughout the semester in the form of vocabulary dictations, oral exams,
two compositions (300 Chinese characters), a presentation (3 minutes), and a comprehensive final
exam. Lab classes are scheduled in order to help the students become familiar with and utilize
online resources.
General Education Student Learning Outcomes
This course is part of the General Education requirement for the College. In this course you will
do the following:
1. Students read, write, and understand languages other than English.
2. Students use their knowledge of languages other than English to analyze the perspectives of
historical and/or modern cultures that can be obtained only through reading and/or listening to that
language.
3. Parts of the final exam will assess your ability to read, write, and understand this language, as
well as to analyze cultural perspectives of the culture.
Textbook & CD:
1. Yao, T., & Liu Y., Integrated Chinese Level I, Part II, Textbook (Simplified). Boston,
MA: Cheng & Tsui Company, Inc., 2009. Third edition.
2. Yao, T., & Liu Y., Integrated Chinese Level I, Part II, Workbook (Simplified). Boston,
MA: Cheng & Tsui Company, Inc., 2009. Third edition.
3. Yao, T., & Liu Y., Integrated Chinese Level I, Part II, Character Workbook
(Simplified). Boston, MA: Cheng & Tsui Company, Inc., 2009. Third edition.
4. Yao, T., & Liu Y., Integrated Chinese Level I, Part II, CD.
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Grading Policy
Participation & Effort
Homework (40; 0.5 each)
Quizzes (10)
Tests (2)
Composition (2)
Oral Exercises (2)
Oral Exams & Presentation
Final Examination
90-92= A93-100=A
80-82=B83-85=B
70-72=C73-75=C
60-62=D63-65=D

3%
20%
10%
20%
10%
2%
10% + 5%
20%
0-59=F
86-89=B+
76-79=C+
66-69=D+

Attendance
Daily attendance is required. Students are allowed to have three absences in a semester. Each
additional one will cost 1% out of the total grade. Six unexcused absences will result in W/A.
Attendance is taken every class hour starting the second week of the class. Three late arrivals (10
minutes or more after the class begins) equal one unexcused absence. Absences due to illness, job
interview, or other urgent incidents must be reported to the instructor as soon as possible. Students
should also provide pertinent documentation for the absence. Please keep a record of your
attendance. Student is responsible to keep in mind the last day to petition for a selective
withdrawal (W) and should check attendance records with the instructor BEFORE that day.
Participation and Effort
Students are expected to be fully prepared for class in order to do reading or written exercises in
class. Preparation effort and performance will be closely observed and graded.
Homework
Unless otherwise specified, homework is due on the day of class after the assignment. Late
homework will not be accepted for half credit.
Oral Exercises
There are two individual oral exercises throughout the semester. Students are required to meet the
tutors, instructors, classmates, or participate Chinese Corner hours to practice speaking skills.
Each meeting accounts 0.5 points.
Oral Exams & Presentation
There are two individual oral exams and one presentation throughout the semester. Students will
be graded on their preparation, fluency, content, pronunciation, and accuracy of using new
vocabulary.
Quizzes
Quizzes are given every week in order to ensure that students internalize the material.
Tests
There are two tests throughout the semester and one final exam.
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Extra Credit
To encourage student interest in Chinese culture and autonomous studies, extra credits are given
for student reports that address observation, exploration, and investigation of topics related to
Chinese culture. Each report could receive the highest of 0.5 point to the final grade. A maximum
of 2 points are granted to the final grade for writing cultural reports. Please consult your instructor
for more details.
Academic Honesty
Any form of academic dishonesty is not tolerated at the College of Charleston campus. This policy
is strictly observed in all Chinese language classes. Any students who perform such an act will be
sent to the office of the Dean for further action. Grades achieved through dishonesty will be zero.
Notes to Students with Disabilities
If you have special needs related to a disability that may affect your performance in this course,
please speak with the instructor after class.
Useful Links
1. Chinese Characters for IC1(Audrey Li): Stroke Order
http://www.usc.edu/dept/ealc/chinese/character/
2. Understanding Chinese Characters (Carolyn Kunshan Lee)
http://www.duke.edu/web/chinesesoc/character/lessons/l01.html
3. IC1 Vocabulary PowerPoint Files (Mindy Zhang and Julia Kessel)
http://eastasia.hawaii.edu/yao/icVocPP/default.htm
4. Dialogue: http://www.language.berkeley.edu/ic/

Course and Homework Schedule


Week One: Review & Lesson 16
Date
Class Activities
1/11 W 1 Review L14 I & II Vocabs
2Review L14 I & II

1/12 R

1/13 F

1 Review L 15 I & II Vocabs


2 Review L 15 Part I & II
3 Review L15 Grammar ;
1. L 16 Dialogue I Vocabs
2. Grammar 1
3.Language Practice A

Preparation
pp. 104; 116
pp. 102; 113

Homework
Write a 10sentences
composition or
dialogue (use L14 &
15 vocabulary and
grammar)
pp. 137; 152
CWB: Lesson 16
pp. 134; 150
Part I vocabularies
pp. 147 C; 157 G 1-10
Grammar1:
pp.172-173

WB:pp117-118AB

Week Two: Lesson 16


Date
Class Activities
1/16 M MLK Holiday NO CLASS
1/18 W 1. L 16 Dialogue I
2. Grammar3
3. Language Practice D E
1/19 R 1.Dialogue I
2. Grammar 2
3. Language Practice B C
Lab Dating in China1
1/20 F
Quiz1: L16 dialogue I

Preparation

Homework

1.pp. 170-171.
2.pp.175-176.

WB:
pp.119-120AB

pp.170-171
pp.173-175

WB:
pp.122-124ABCD

1.Grammar3:
2.pp.178-179

Writing
assignments
CWB: L16 II
vocabs 1-9

Week Three: Lesson16


Date
Class Activities
Preparation
Homework
p. 184
WB: p. 127 AC
1/23 M 1.L 16 Dialogue II Vocabs
pp.
185-186
WB: pp.132-133CD
2. Grammar: Simple Directional
Complement /
pp.181-182
WB:
1/25 W 1.L 16 Dialogue II
pp.187-189
pp.129-131BCD
2. Grammar: Compound
Directional Complement / p. 191
3. Language Practice H
pp. 189-190
WB: p.132B
1/26 R 1. Language Practice F
WB:p.136
I
2. Language Practice G
3.WB: p.134-135FG
4.Role play WB:p.128 B
5.Storytelling WB:p.136 I
Lab Dating in China2
pp.181-189
CWB: L17 I
1/27 F
vocabularies 1-8
Quiz 2: L16, dialogue II
1/28 Chinese Spring Festival; Year of the Rooster!
1/29 You are invited to Chinese Spring Festival Celebration (lunch & excellent performances)
1:00-5:00 $10/per student (James Island Charter High, 1000 Fort Johnson Rd, 29412)

Week Four: Lesson 17


Date
Class Activities
1/30 M 1. L17 Dialogue I Vocabulary
2. Drills WB: p.139 C
WB: p.142 D
WB: p.143A

Preparation
p. 202

Homework
WB: p. 137 ABC

2/2 R

1. L17 Dialogue I
2. Drills WB: p.138 AB
WB: p.143-144BC
1. Grammar:
- Time Complement
- Clause:
2. Language Practice A B

2/3 F

Lab Late Marriage in China1

2/1 W

Week Five: Lesson 17


Date
Class Activities
2/6 M 1. Grammar:
-Potential Complement
-Use of
2. Language Practice C
WB: p.145E
2/8 W
Quiz 3 L17 dialogue I
Composition I 1st Draft due
2/9 R
1. L17 Dialogue II Vocabulary
2. Language Practice FG
WB:p.148 II C
Lab Late Marriage in China2
2/10 F

Week Six: Lesson 17


Date
Class Activities
2/13 M 1 L17 Dialogue II
2. WB: p.154-155EF
WB: p. 148 B
WB:p.152E
2/15 W 1. Grammar /
2. Language Practice E
3. Language Practice H-I
2/16 R Quiz 4 L17 II
Composition I 2nd draft due
2/17 F
Lab HSK Pratice

Week Seven: Test


Date
Class Activities
2/20 M Oral Exam Review

p. 200-201

WB: pp.140-141BC

p. 203-204
p. 207-208

WB: p. 144 D
CWB: L17 I
vocabularies 9-17
Start working on
Composition I

Preparation
1.Grammar
Notes3 & 4,
pp.205-207
2.p.209-210C

Homework
WB: pp.145-146 EF

pp. 210-211

CWB: L17 Part II


vocabs 1-11
WB: pp.149-150BC

pp. 214-215
pp. 219-220

CWB: vocab12-23

Preparation
1.pp. 212-213
2.WB: p. 148 B
3.WB:
pp.154-155EF

Homework
WB:
pp.147-148ABC

p. 216-217
p. 218
pp.221-222

WB: p. 153 D

pp.219-222

Preparation
Review Sheet

Homework

2/22 W Oral Exam 1


Test 1 Review Sheet
2/23 R Test1 Review
CWB:
2/24 F Lab
L18 Part I vocabs
Test 1
Composition I Final due
2/25 Saturday Annual Speech Contest and Performance at the Citadel (one extra credit!!)
Week Eight: Lesson 18
Date
Class Activities
2/27 M 1. L18 Dialogue I Vocabulary
2.WB:p.160B
3/1 W
1. L18 Dialogue I
2. Language Practice D
3. Grammar2
4.Language Practice C
3/2 R
1.Grammar 1&3
2 Language Practice A B
3/3 F

Lab HSK Pratice


Quiz 5: L18 Dialogue I

Preparation
p. 230

Homework
WB:pp.163-164 A
WB: pp.159-160 A B

pp. 228-229
pp.236-237
p.232 Grammar
Notes2

WB:
pp. 161-163BCD

p. 231-232
p.232-233
Grammar Notes
1&3
pp. 228-233

WB:
pp. 164-166BCD

CWB: L18 II vocabs


1-10

Week Nine: 3/6-3/10 Spring Break

Week Ten: Lesson 18


Date
Class Activities
3/13 M 1 L18 Dialogue II Vocabulary
2.Language Practice I
WB:pp.171-172AB
WB:p.168 A
3/15 W 1. L18 Dialogue II
2.Grammar4:
Duration of Actions
3. Language Practice E F
3/16 R 1.Grammar5&6
-Particle
-Language Practice
2 Language Practice GH
3/17 F
Lab HSK Pratice
Quiz 6 L18 Dialogue II
3/18 S
HSK test

Preparation
pp.240-241

Homework
WB: p. 167 A B C
WB:pp.171-172AB

pp. 238-239
pp.241-242
Grammar Notes
4

CWB:
L18IIvocabs 11-19
WB:pp.168-170 III
BCD

pp. 242-244
Grammar Notes
5&6

WB: pp.172-174
CDE

pp. 238-244

CWB:
L19 I vocabs 1-18
6

Week Eleven: Lesson 19


Date
Class Activities
3/20 M 1 L19 Dialogue I Vocabulary
2 Language Practice ACF
3/22 W
3/23 R
3/ 24 F

1 L19 Dialogue I
2 Language Practice B
1. Grammar 1
1 Language Practice E
Lab
Quiz 7 L19 Dialogue I

Week Twelve: Lesson 19


Date
Class Activities
3/27 M 1 L19 Dialogue II vocabulary
2. Language Practice HK
3/29 W

3/30 R

3/31 F

1 L19 Dialogue II
2. Language Practice JLM
WB: p. 200 F
1. Grammar
- Indefinite References
- Counting:
- Comparative Sentences
2. Language Practice I
WB:pp.196 B
Lab
Quiz 8 L19 Dialogue II
Composition II 1st Draft Due

Week Thirteen: Test & Lesson 20


Date
Class Activities
Review for Test2 and Oral Exam
4/3 M
4/5 W
Oral Exam 2
4/6 R
Test2
4/7 F
Lab
1. L20 Dialogue I Vocabulary
2. Grammar 1-3 , ,
WB:p.208A

Preparation
pp. 260-261

Homework
WB:p.184A
WB:p.186D
WB:pp.179-180IAB

pp. 258-259
p. 263
p. 262
p. 264-265

WB:
pp.181-183BCD
WB: p. 186-187E
CWB:
L19 Part II vocabs
Start working on
Composition II

Preparation
p. 271
p.276
p.278

Homework
WB: p. 189 I AB
WB: p.198D

pp. 268-69
p. 278
pp.279-280

WB: pp. 191-193BC

pp. 272-275
pp. 277-278

Preparation
Review sheet
Review sheet
pp. 290
pp. 291-293

WB: p. 197 C

Homework

CWB: L20 I Vocabs


WB:pp.203-204 AB

Week Fourteen: Lesson 20


Date
Class Activities
4/10 M 1. L20 Dialogue I
2. Language Practice C D E
p.306 H
4/12 W 1. Grammar2 ;
2. Language Practice AB
4/13 R quiz 9 L20 Dialogue I
Composition II 2nd Draft Due
4/14 F
Lab
1. L20 Dialogue II Vocabulary
2 . Grammar3 //
3 . Language Practice F

Preparation
p. 286-288
p. 297-298

Homework
WB:pp. 205-207BC

pp.293-294
pp. 295-296
pp. 286-294

WB:pp208-209BC

p. 301
p. 302
p. 305

WB:
pp.213-214.ABC

Week Fifteen: Lesson 20 & Review


Date
Class Activities
Preparation
pp. 299-300
4/17 M 1 L20 Dialogue II
pp. 305-306
2 Language Practice G, H, I
WB:pp.218-219 B
p. 307
4/19 W Quiz10 L20 Dialogue II
Composition II Final due
4/20 R Review L16, 17
4/21 F
Lab
Work on Final Presentation

Week SixteenFinal Review


Date
Class Activities
4/24 M
Review L18, 19
4/26 W(M) Final Presentation
Last Day

Final Exam:
CHNS202-01: Monday May 1
CHNS202-02: Friday
Tutors Info.
Yuwei Song:
Fang Tian:

Preparation

CWB:L20II Vocabs

Homework
WB:
pp. 215-217 BCD

Final Presentation

Homework
WB: p. 219 C

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