20 Credits AUTUMN

Cannot be taken with: EAS217, EAS226
Pre-requisites: EAS199

EAS199 or equivalent


Aims/Description: On return from the study year in China, students will have acquired skills enabling them to function in everyday Chinese contexts. Skills in spoken and written Chinese are now consolidated in this module, using a series of newspaper and other texts selected according to social science themes. All language work is related to the current theme, enabling students to build up a specific vocabulary, skills and knowledge base.

Staff Contact: Dr Sarah Dauncey
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam, Tests and continuous assessment

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