Interactions II: a cognitive approach to beginning Chinese, Volume 2
Indiana University Press, 1997 - Foreign Language Study - 431 pages
The need for a modern text to teach Chinese to English-speaking students has long been recognized. Even today Chinese tends to be taught by rote rather than concept for the want of pedagogically sophisticated course materials. Jennifer Liu and Margaret Yan, two Indiana University professors, have now produced a cognitively based first year course for learning Chinese. The innovative features of their texts include.
* An introduction to the cultural and social contexts of Chinese