Chinese | Course Catalogue

2020-2021 Catalogue

This introductory sequence of courses offers students beginning steps into the language, which may be followed by study abroad, teaching English, or business endeavors in China. The four courses count towards a minor in Asian Studies. Students will be able to practice their new language skills with Chinese friends on campus and enhance their multicultural experience at Wesleyan.

Chinese (CHN) Course Descriptions

CHN 101, 102: Elementary Chinese I, II.
Goal: To teach students to speak, understand, read, and write Mandarin Chinese.
Content : This course will introduce students to spoken Mandarin Chinese and to the Pinyin written form as well as to the culture of China.
Taught: CHN 101, Fall; CHN 102, Spring.
Prerequisite: None for CHN 101; CHN 101 or equivalent for CHN 102.
Credit: 3; 3 hours. (Students must earn grades of C or better in these courses to fulfill the modern foreign language proficiency requirement.)

CHN 211: Intermediate Chinese I.
Goal: To improve and develop speaking, reading, and writing in Chinese through dialogs, magazine articles, and literary selections.
Content: Emphasis on grammar, comprehension of advanced conversation and reading, and development of correct sentence structure.
Taught: Fall
Prerequisite: CHN 102 or equivalent
Credit: 3 hours

CHN 212: Intermediate Chinese II.
Goal: To improve and develop speaking, reading, and writing in Chinese through dialogs, magazine articles, and literary selections.
Content: Emphasis on grammar, comprehension of advanced conversation and reading, and development of correct sentence structure.
Taught: Spring
Prerequisite: CHN 211 or equivalent
Credit: 3 hours
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