|Titel:||Live Interactive Chinese Vol. 11|
|Autor /Herausgeber:||Qiu Jianlun 邱建倫 |
|Verlag:||Hebron Soft Limited, Taiwan|
|Sprache: ||Chinesisch (Langzeichen)|
|Format: ||28 x 21 cm|
The monthly focus is restaurant and food. We not only introduce restaurant vocabulary, but also teach readers the practical phrases used when going to a restaurant. Readers will also learn useful dialogue through real life situations such as choosing a restaurant, ordering and having problems with the meal, etc. With our guides to night markets, readers will learn about all kinds of Taiwanese food. Curious about how Chinese people hold a wedding banquet? We introduce readers to the unique culture and how it has evolved throughout the years.
Live Interactive Chinese combines conversation, pronunciation and cultural tips all in one book. The one CD-ROM (MP3) that come with this book help students learn Chinese in an interactive and fun way. This book makes the transition from basic to applied usage, with additional features to liven up the products. Using concepts from Spiral Learning, this book incorporates vocabulary, sentence patterns and grammar room the previous eight issues into new themes for revision purposes, so that the students can familiarize themselves further with what they have already learned. Moreover, each book revolves around a central theme that is explored through different levels and formats, reaching the ACTFL's 5Cs standard (Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons and Communities). Through this, the learner can effectively grasp the keywords and practical sentences of each theme and get to learn about another culture. This helps the learner integrate Chinese with other academic subjects and use Chinese in a practical, everyday setting.
The author designed the units according to a structure that would suit the readers the most. "Picture Dictionary," clearly illustrates the meaning of each vocabulary word. "Ten Essential Sentences" acts as a warm up for the students, acquainting them with twenty important sentences from each book. "Sentence Patterns" provides basic practical sentences and situational conversations that the students can use in their everyday life. "Sitcom" provides learning through funny romantic sketches. "Talk Show" including songs, chants and rap. "3D Theater" and "The Story of Chinese Characters" are two customarily designed units for the readers. There is also the always anticipated "What's Hot" as well as, "Culture Window," which gives the readers a peak into Chinese culture.
Moreover, Live Interactive Chinese contains both Traditional and Simplified Chinese, presented side by side for easy comparison. The variety of units and accompanying Audio CD, CD-ROM and DVD will help the students integrate their lessons into everyday life, raise their interests and improve their Chinese abilities.