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Experiencing Chinese for Middle School 1B - Workbook




Experiencing Chinese for Middle School 1B
Workbook

Higher Education Press, 2009
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    About this book

The Chinese Library Series is a collection of graded Chinese readers designed for kids and teenagers, consisting of six levels. There are stories about the life of modern teenagers, classical works, myths, legends, idiom stories and so on, which enable students to learn Chinese characters and words better, improve their Chinese competence and enhance their understanding of the Chinese culture while enjoying the joy of reading.
Pangu and the Creation of the World is a pre-intermediate level (900 words) Chinese reader which tells the legend of Pangu and the creation of the world using concise language and fantastic illustrations. A wordlist is provided for the story in each book, and small exercises and a passage for extended reading are provided after the story to help students to do self-evaluations and teachers to conduct classroom activities. A free CD-ROM included narrates the story, the passage for extended reading and the wordlist in the book.
 
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ISBN: 9787040250442
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 97
Sizes: 270x210mm
Publication: 1/2009
Weight: 550g
Languages:
English, Chinese


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