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【Language Teacher Resources】Mandarin

(2011-04-07 09:08:21)
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General Links

Chinese Learning Objects: Learn to Read Chinese
http://www.nflc.org/projects/current_projects/used_chinese_los
A state-of-the-art website developed by the University of Maryland's National Foreign Language Center is now live online to help teach high school students to read Chinese and to provide essential classroom support for teachers.

Zon: Interactive Online Role-Playing Game for Learning Mandarin Chinese
http://enterzon.com

Great Tool to Teach China Geography, History, Customs, and Language
http://www.askasia.org/students/features/chinagame/

E-Pals Student Exchange
http://www.epalscorp.com/
ePals.com facilitates e-mail exchanges betwen students in US classroom and students abroad.

Virtual Forbidden City
http://www.beyondspaceandtime.org/FCBSTWeb/web/index.html#link=
The Forbidden City: Beyond Space and Time provides you with access to an immersive 3-dimensional virtual world where you can celebrate and explore aspects of Chinese culture and history.

American Names Translated into Chinese
http://www.formosa-translation.com/names/
This website collected 1000 American names and translated into Chinese. The author Andres Loe is a poet and novelist. He was educated in Taiwan and the United States, his multi-lingual; multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary background very well distinguishes him from the rest.

BBC Chinese Website
Peace Corps in China
http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/multimedia/slideshows/cna_graebn.cfm

Baidu - Powerful Chinese Search Engine
http://www.baidu.com
This powerful Chinese search engine finds authentic materials in Chinese, such as stories, fables, music, movies, songs and anything related to Chinese language and culture.

MandarinTube: Multimedia Resources for Chinese Learners
http://www.mandarintube.com/menu/aboutus/aboutus.htm

Intensive Summer Language Institutes for Chinese and Arabic
Source: American Councils for International Education

Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching
The inaugural issue of Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching (JTCLT), an online peer-reviewed publication promoting the use of technology in Chinese language learning and instruction, has been published.  It is available for free at http://www.tclt.us/journal

Article: Mandarin's Great Leap Forward
Source: The Economist
Mandarin's Great Leap Forward:  Interest soars in learning China抯 official language Nov 18th 2010

Chinese Bridge Delegation to China
From
http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/chinese/bridge
This annual program, launched in the summer of 2006, brings school and district leaders to China for a one-week educational tour as guests of Hanban (Office of Chinese Language Council International) to learn about Chinese culture and language. Participants gather valuable knowledge and contacts to help them start a Chinese-language program.

Word of the Day in Chinese
http://www.oxfordlanguagedictionaries.com/Public/PublicHome.html?url=/app?service=external&page=Home&failreason

Wiki for Chinese Teachers
http://startalk.wikispaces.com
This wiki began as a workspace for 12 Chinese teachers who attended the Startalk Mentoring and Leadership for K-12 Chinese Teachers Institute held June 20-30, 2008 at the National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center at Iowa State University.
Today this wiki is a community space for Chinese teachers to share resources and have discussion about teaching and learning Chinese. Current areas include advocacy, certification and licensure, classroom management, funding, lesson plans, teaching methods, and technology.
Show China: Resources for Chinese Culture
http://www.showchina.org

Online Chinese Learning and Culture Resources
Source: Confucius Institute, Michigan State University
A list of links to Chinese resources is available at http://confucius.msu.edu/resources.htm

National Chinese Language Conference
Source: Asia Society

Videos: A Week in the Life of Beijing
Source: Asia Society
Share with your students a collection of youth-centered videos about Beijing, including a rock concert, visit to a school, a house party, roundtable on US-China relations and more.  The videos are available online at http://tinyurl.com/cant3n

New Website Address for the Association for Asian Studies
Source: CSEAS-SOCAL
http://www.asian-studies.org

Below is a link from NPR with interesting stories about China:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=89196830
Article: Learning Chinese with STARTALK
http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/northcounty/20080725-9999-1mc25smclass.html
Learning Chinese one tone at a time
Students pick up basic phrases in federally funded language class By Linda Lou July 25, 2008
Kanji Cartoons
These short but fascinating cartoons will give you insights into how Chinese characters evolved throughout the ages. They are available at
http://www.csulb.edu/~txie/kanjia/kanjia.swf
Article: Chinese in 2008: An Expanding Field
http://www.askasia.org/chinese/announcements/fieldreport.htm
 
Benefits of Studying Chinese
http://www.classk12.org/bsc.htm
LANGUAGE LINKS WIKI
http://languagelinks2006.wikispaces.com
The purpose of this wiki is to provide a space in which secondary foreign language majors, student teachers, cooperating teachers, and university instructors can share insights, exchange ideas, solve problems, and collect useful materials through collaboration with a professional network of colleagues. It is particularly designed to support and sustain beginning teachers during their student teaching experience and first years of teaching.

FREE CHINESE FONTS
http://www.chinese-tools.com/resources/free-chinese-fonts.html
Download free Chinese fonts for your computer, traditional and simplified Chinese

TEACHING HOW TO TELL TIME
-Clipart ETC: Clock Menu (
http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/sitemap/clocks.htm ). There are approximately 2,200 clocks to choose from. For the first three styles, they have created minute-by-minute illustrations. A great source for creating time practice activities
THE ASIAN LANGUAGE TERMINOLOGY
http://www.aproposinc.com/pages/asiantrm.htm .
The Asian Language Terminology webpage has terminology for Chinese writing styles, including history and detailed information.
Online Chinese Learning and Culture Resources
Source: Confucius Institute, Michigan State University.  Categories include podcasts, blogs, pronunciation, Asia culture, Confucius, Confucius Institutes, and interactive tools.
ChineseBlast - Non-Profit Resource Center for learning Mandarin Chinese
From
http://www.chineseblast.com
 
Mandarin Chinese Flashcard Application
From
http://zdt.sourceforge.net/main
 
MODERN CHINESE LITERATURE AND CULTURE
http://deall.osu.edu/
This is the website of the journal 揗odern Chinese Literature.?The journal is the leading English-language forum for scholarship in the field of modern Chinese literature. In addition to basic information on the journal itself, the website contains a 揃ibliography,?related to modern Chinese literature and media.
CHINESE PROVERBS
http://www.chinese-tools.com/chinese/proverbs
Hundreds of Chinese proverbs in simplified Chinese with Pinyin, English literal translation and figurative translation or English equivalent.
COMIQS
http://comiqs.com/index.html
A website where you can create and share your own comic strips with your students in the classroom. You can easily publish any strip to your blog and social networks and share it with all students.
CHINESE LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION OF SECONDARY-ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
http://www.classk12.org
The Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools (CLASS)
is a non-profit professional organization that represents all Chinese language educators at all levels from elementary to secondary schools. CLASS advances and promotes the teaching and learning of Chinese language and culture at PreK-12 schools in the United States.
LEARN TO READ CHINESE
http://www.nflc.org/projects/current_projects/used_chinese_los
A state-of-the-art website developed by the University of Maryland's National Foreign Language Center is now live online to help teach high school students to read Chinese and to provide essential classroom support for teachers.
STORIES ABOUT CHINA
Below is a link from NPR with interesting stories about China
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=89196830
ONLINE CHINESE LEARNING AND CULTURE RESOURCES
A list of links to Chinese resources is available at
http://confucius.msu.edu/resources.htm
Categories include podcasts, blogs, pronunciation, Asia culture, Confucius, Confucius Institutes, and interactive tools.
AP CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE EXAM AND HERITAGE LEARNERS
http://nclrc.org/newsletter/older_issues/0802_03.pdf
The February/March 2008 NCLRC newsletter includes an article in which the author interviewed two Chinese language educators about the AP Chinese Language and Culture test and its appropriateness for and use by heritage learners.

BEIJING 2008 OLYMPIC GAMES
http://en.beijing2008.cn/
The Beijing Olympic Games were held from Aug 8th to Aug 24th 2008. Information, travel and tourism information, ticket, facts, photos, mascots, articles and gossip.
ASSESSMENT TOOLS AND TESTING TIPS
Beginning in the February/March 2008 National Capitol Language Resource
Center newsletter, an article called Testing Tips is offered.
http://nclrc.org/teaching_materials/assessment/testing_tips.html
COUNTRY WATCH
http://www.countrywatch.com/
Each country section includes country overview, political overview, economic overview, corporate/enterprise sector, environmental trends, and some appendices. There are short news briefs added daily. A subscription is required.
ARTS OF ASIA MAGAZINES
http://www.artsofasianet.com/
The world's leading magazine of Asian art. It has the support of numerous museums, cultural organizations, universities and schools throughout the world, as well as the major dealers, collectors and students of art.
CHINESE-ENGLISH-PINYIN ONLINE LEXICON
http://www.pristine.com.tw/lexicon/
The Pristine Lexicon is a free, online Chinese-English, English-Chinese lexicon and dictionary for language learning, technical research and general use. 
 
AP/IB Corner

AP Chinese Language and Culture Exam and Heritage Learners
Source: NCLRC
http://nclrc.org/about_teaching/heritage_learners.html

Chinese Language and Culture Exam Changes
Source: College Board
Starting in 2009, the AP Chinese Language and Culture Exam format will change slightly; some free-response tasks will no longer be included. See an outline of the revised exam format at
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/members/exam/exam_questions/157009.html?CampaignID=2968
 
 
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