Series
 

Series Name

Jìn bù Chinese Pupil Book 1(11-14 Mandarin Chinese)

Part of the Jin bu 11-14 Chinese series

Price
£21.49
ISBN
9780435041137
Availability
Available
Publication Date
August 2010
Format
Book

Inspiration and engagement equals progress

Jìn bù 11-14 Mandarin Chinese is a two year course and has been written by a team of Chinese teachers from to meet the needs of pupils taking Chinese as a second language.

Brought to you by Pearson, the UK's number one Modern Languages publisher and the IOE Confucius Institute for Schools, the leading body for secondary education - working together to support Mandarin Chinese teaching in UK schools.

 

There are two Pupil Books in Jìn bù, one for each year group. Each one includes a wide variety of activities so lessons can be tailored for different abilities. Every chapter of the Pupil Book includes:

  • activities covering all four language skills on every spread
  • plenty of illustrations and photographs to keep pupils engaged 
  • grammar tips on every spread to help pupils understand key concepts
  • writing exercises to help with character acquisition
  • an ‘Investigating characters’ unit to show pupils how radicals relate to their meanings making them easier to remember
  • a unit exploring Chinese culture.

Audio files to accompany our Student Books are sold separately.

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