- Prerequisites SACE eligibility criteria apply to the subject, see downloads
In this course students develop their ability to communicate and interact in a variety of contexts for a range of purposes, within and across languages and cultures. Students develop the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, and use information and communication technologies, to create and engage effectively with a range of spoken, written, and multimodal texts in Chinese.
At beginners level, students develop and apply linguistic and intercultural knowledge, understanding, and skills by:
Students explore the three interconnected themes of Relationships, Lifestyles, and Experiences from the perspectives of ‘The Personal World’ and ‘The Chinese speaking Communities’.
A bilingual dictionary (Chinese to English, English to Chinese) is highly recommended.
This is a subject for students with little or no previous knowledge of Chinese. Students who learn Chinese at Middle Schools are not eligible for this course. Students therefore need to give evidence to support this condition and must sign an eligibility form to this effect.
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