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Anne Martin

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I'm interested in sharing ideas for teaching Chinese to non native speakers and particularily in schools. Does anyone have any recommendations ?

There is a new textbook published in the UK Chinese for GCSE -is anyone using this book ? I have just started and am busy writing home wok assigments -willing to share these.

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The Wenlin CD-ROM has proved extremely popular in schools and universities:

http://www.camsoftpartners.co.uk/wenlin.htm

Other Chinese CD-ROMs are listed at:

http://www.camsoftpartners.co.uk/cdlist.htm

Ashcombe School Language College offers Chinese. They use the Talk Now CD-ROM by Eurotalk:

http://www.ashcombe.surrey.sch.uk/Curricul...g/CDreviews.htm

Have a look at the Critical Language Series, produced by the University of Arizona: Both Mandarin and Cantonese on CD-ROM and demo videos online: http://clp.arizona.edu/cls/

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