- Format:Cambridge Elevate
- Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
- Author(s):Xixia Wang, Ivy Liu So Ling, Martin Mak
- Available from: June 2019
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The only resources designed for the Cambridge IGCSE® Chinese as a Second Language syllabus (0523) for first examination from 2020.
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With topics ranging from festivals to travel and technology, each unit in this Cambridge Elevate edition is based around one authentic Mandarin Chinese text and audio recording. This mix of content helps students engage with the subject and develop their ability to handle real language materials. Audio recordings (available online) help students practise the new listening aspect of the course, while ‘Culture boxes’ provide interesting insights into Chinese culture. Students will work collaboratively with others – in pairs and in groups – to develop language skills through communication. Answers to the coursebook questions are in the digital teacher’s resource.
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A range of reading comprehension texts including emails, blogs, and newspaper articles help students create different types of written pieces.
Learning objectives and warm-up exercises at the beginning of each unit prepare students for the work ahead.
'Culture boxes' provide interesting insights into Chinese cultures and provide talking points for students to practise language in the classroom.
Each unit includes a variety of activities that help develop listening, reading, writing and speaking skills in a practical, communicative way.
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- 1. School and education
- 2. Future career plans
- 3. Friendship
- 4. Peer pressure
- 5. Generation gap
- 6. Youth life
- Reading and writing focus
- 7. Healthy eating
- 8. Sports and exercise
- 9. Film and the media
- 10. Hobbies
- 11. Communication and technology
- 12. Country and city lifestyles
- Listening focus
- 13. Scientific advancement
- 14. Travel
- 15. Pollution and global warming
- 16. Recycling
- 17. Festivals
- 18. Customs and culinary diversity
- Speaking focus
- Grammar list. Introduction
- 1. 学校和教育
- 2. 未来教育与计划
- 3. 友情
- 4. 同伴压力
- 5. 代沟
- 6. 青年生活
- 7. 健康饮食
- 8. 运动与健身
- 9. 电影与媒体
- 10. 爱好
- 11. 互联网
- 12. 城乡生活
- 13. 科技与教育
- 14. 旅游
- 15. 环境污染
- 16. 回收资源与可再生能源
- 17. 节日和庆典
- 18. 风俗与饮食文化
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