Hi, I’m Mao Jinxia, lecturer at Hainan University.
The main courses I teach are, Comprehensive Elementary Chinese Course (II) and Mandarin Chinese pronunciation.
Comprehensive Elementary Chinese (II) is designed for international students who have mastered the most basic sentence patterns in Chinese and have learned 1,000 common Chinese Characters.
The training of language skills gradually cultivates and improves students’ ability to communicate in Chinese; strives to improve the efficiency of teaching and learning, and strives to be easy to teach, easy to learn, practical and interesting.
The advantage of this course is that it is has been a core course of the School of International Education of Hainan University for 15 years.
There is a rich teaching experience with complete teaching materials and high student evaluation.
Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation, this is a special training course for foreign students in the elementary Chinese class. It focuses on pronunciation of the Mandarin Chinese syllable system, sorting out pronunciation flow, the explanation of intonation and tone, and a lot of targeted training, to overcome the influence and interference of foreign students’ native language pronunciation, and gradually establishes new Chinese pronunciation, reading and speaking habits.
The advantage of this course is that it is an elective course for students who have not yet mastered the phonetic knowledge in the comprehensive course and have the time to study.
Hainan is building an international free trade port and it needs international talents in various fields.
There are many jobs waiting, and life in Hainan is very convenient. We sincerely welcome friends from all over the world to study at Hainan University, and gradually improve their Chinese listening, speaking skills, the ability to read and write, deepen their understanding of Chinese language, culture and current situation of working in China, and living in China.
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