Curriculum
 
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Curriculum  

Level

Teaching Objectives

Courses

Elementary

(including beginner)

[ A1/B1, A1+, A2 ]

Master around 1200 words and more than 70 language points; Be able to write a paragraph with 100-200 words

Anticipated HSK level: New HSK 4

Comprehensive

Listening & Speaking

Intermediate

[ A2+, A3, A3+, A4 ]

Master around 2500 words and more than140 language points; Be able to read articles related to daily life and write an essay with 400 words

Anticipated HSK level: New HSK 5

Intensive Reading

(comprehensive)

Speaking

Listening

Audio-Visual-Oral

Advanced

[ A5, A6 ]

Master around 3500 words and more than 180 language points; Be able to write an essay with 500 words

Anticipated HSK level: New HSK 6

Intensive Reading

Speaking

Introduction to China

Audio-Visual-Oral


Designated Textbooks

lChinese Course Book” and “Road to Success” published by Beijing Language and Culture University Press

lIntermediate Spoken Chinese” and “Advanced Spoken Chinese” published by Beijing University Press

lHome with Kids” published by World Publishing Company

lChina Panorama” published by Higher Education Press

l Self-compiled Materials by Donghua University

   

Class size

The minimum size of each class is 15 students and the average is about 20. Each class hour is 45 minutes and sit-in is not permitted in any program. No classes on legal holidays.


Completion Certificate

Completion Certificate” will be awarded to students who complete designated class hours and pass the exams.


Scholarships

l For new students: Chinese Government Scholarship

Students can apply Chinese Government Scholarship to study Program A as a general scholar. For more information, please refer to China Scholarship Council website: www.campuschina.org (DHU Agency Code: 10255).

l For currently-enrolled students: DHU President Scholarship

Awards holders are selected at the end of each semester: Excellent Student Award, Progress Award and Excellent Class. Scholarships shall not be delivered to students by cash and can only be used for tuition waiver of next semester.


Timetable Sample

Day

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Class 1

8:30~9:15

Intensive

Reading

Intensive

Reading

Speaking

Speaking

Intensive

Reading

Class 2

9:25~10:10

Intensive

Reading

Intensive

Reading

Speaking

Speaking

Intensive

Reading

Class 3

10:30~11:15

Speaking

Listening

Intensive

Reading

Listening

Speaking

Class 4

11:25~12:10

Speaking

Listening

Intensive

Reading

Listening

Speaking