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2012/2013  BA-6LAN_C  Chinese 6

English Title
Chinese 6

Course information

Language Chinese
Exam ECTS 7.5 ECTS
Type Mandatory
Level Bachelor
Duration One Semester
Course period Spring
Time Table Please see course schedule at e-Campus
Study board
Study Board for Asian Study Programme
Course coordinator
  • Susan Aagaard Petersen - Department of International Economics and Management
Main Category of the Course
  • Language and Intercultural Studies
Last updated on 12-09-2012
Learning objectives
The primary learning objective of Chinese 6 is to enable the students to use the Chinese language to communicate effectively about firm specific aspects of Chinese business life.
Teaching is based on various resources i.e. authentic texts, conventional textbook material, adds, TV clips etc. The course provides the students with opportunities to articulate and debate their understanding of the topics in Chinese. After this course, the students should be prepared to read, talk about and discuss business related topics. We aim at expanding the range of vocabulary and level of fluency even further.
Chinese 6:
Type of test Oral with Written Assignment
Marking scale 7-step scale
Second examiner External examiner
Exam period Summer Term
Aids Without preparation
Duration 30 Minutes
The End-of-year Summer Exam is a 30 minutes oral exam without any preparation time. It is divided in two parts:
1) A power point presentation in Chinese on:
 a topic chosen individually from exam syllabus.
 min. three texts from exam syllabus
2) Discussion in Chinese inspired by the presentation. The power point presentation must be handed in three weeks before the exam.
Grading is based on an overall assessment.
Course content

Chinese6 is intended for qualified, intermediate students who are interested in Chinese business life and corporate communication.

Teaching methods
Teaching methods are comprised of student led class discussions and presentations. Active involvement in class discussion and activities is expected of all participants, so students should come to class prepared to take part.
Expected literature
Last updated on 12-09-2012