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Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing in Chinese

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Material Type: Tutorial
Date Added to MERLOT: December 20, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: July 06, 2011
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Author: Chinese Language Program (Audrey Li, Director)  University of Southern California
Submitter : Kylie Hsu

Description:

This site presents tutorial on Chinese character writing and pronunciation. Each character is illustrated in a 4x4 square, which can be printed and cut out to use as a flash card. The character stroke order is animated, and the meaning of the character is translated into English. The user can also listen to the pronunciation for... More

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: An audio player is required to listen to the pronunciation.
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: yes
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for bac nguyen
11 years ago

bac nguyen (Faculty)

The teaching of writing character is excellent with strokes order and
pronunciation.
Used in course

Avatar for Christine Sun
12 years ago

Christine Sun (Student)

It is en excellent learning Chinese program.Both writing and pronounce are easy
to follow. It is the best program for start learning Chinese so far I found.

Avatar for Kylie Hsu
13 years ago

Kylie Hsu (Faculty)

This web site is a relatively self-contained module for teaching/learning
traditional Chinese character writing. It is suitable for beginning Chinese.
Each character is illustrated in a 4? x 4? square with animated stroke order,
pronunciation, and English translation. Overall, the module is visually
stimulating and engaging. It can be used as a supplemental instructional tool
for teachers or an independent study tool for self-motivated learners.

Technical Remarks:

RealPlayer (audio software) is required to listen to the pronunciation. If the
user?s browser does not have a decoder for viewing Chinese characters (coded in
Big5), then an external decoder such as NJStar or AsiaSurf is needed.

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