Online Resources for Teaching and Learning Chinese For Teachers

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  • Online Resources for Teaching and Learning Chinese

    (USF Confucius Institute; November 2010)

    For Teachers

    Jukuu (http://jukuu.com) A database of sentences, useful for teachers looking for examples

    Character stroke order (http://www.shuifeng.net/pinyin.asp) Animated stroke order for 2501 Chinese characters, usefully for teachers and students

    of all levels Measure words, (http://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/liangci%20one.htm)

    Index of measure words, entirely in Chinese Measure words cont.,

    (http://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/liangci%20two.htm) Index of measure words (continued)

    Stroke names (http://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/bh%20name.htm) Stroke names, for teaching students how to write characters

    Stroke order table (http://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/bh%20order.htm) Stroke order, useful for teaching students how to write characters

    Qiyi (www.qiyi.com) Video site similar to Hulu, has licensed, high quality streaming movies and TV shows for

    students and teachers of all levels ZDT - Chinese Development Tool (http://zdt.sourceforge.net/)

    ZDT is a free, open-source Chinese flashcard software. In addition to allowing students to review flashcards, it can convert text into properly formatted pinyin, making it easier for teachers to make worksheets and test papers

    Anki (http://ichi2.net/anki/index.html) Free SRS program, allows students to review flashcards, teachers can create their own

    vocabulary lists. For students of all levels Tone Pair Drills (http://www.sinosplice.com/learn-chinese/tone-pair-

    drills) Chinese tone pair drills, for beginners, but not for absolute beginners

    Verb Pictures (http://tell.fll.purdue.edu/JapanProj//FLClipart/) Royalty-free clipart for foreign language teachers, allows teacher to explain simple

    words without speaking English, best used with beginners Read Chinese! (http://readchinese.nflc.org/)

    Recourses for teachers of beginner and intermediate students Chinese Reading World (http://collections.uiowa.edu/chinese/index.html)

    A collection of Chinese lessons, good practice for intermediate and advanced students, and well as a useful recourse for teachers.

    http://jukuu.com/http://www.shuifeng.net/pinyin.asphttp://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/liangci%20one.htmhttp://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/liangci%20two.htmhttp://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/bh%20name.htmhttp://www.dhcca.org/Chinese%20elements/bh%20order.htmhttp://www.qiyi.com/http://zdt.sourceforge.net/http://ichi2.net/anki/index.htmlhttp://www.sinosplice.com/learn-chinese/tone-pair-drillshttp://www.sinosplice.com/learn-chinese/tone-pair-drillshttp://tell.fll.purdue.edu/JapanProj/FLClipart/http://readchinese.nflc.org/http://collections.uiowa.edu/chinese/index.html

  • For Students

    ZDT - Chinese Development Tool (http://zdt.sourceforge.net/) ZDT is a free, open-source Chinese flashcard software. In addition to allowing students

    to review flashcards, it can convert text into properly formatted pinyin, and allow unknown characters in a document to easily be added to ones vocabulary list. For students of all levels

    Skritter (www.skritter.com) Software for learning Chinese characters, popular with foreign students and expats in

    China (Warning: service requires monthly subscription) Jukuu (http://jukuu.com )

    A database of sentences, useful for students wanting to see a word used in context, For students of all levels

    Nciku N (www.nciku.com) Popular online dictionary has pinyin and handwriting input, useful to students who are

    unable to type in Chinese. Additionally, site has vocabulary lists, theme word lists, and sample dialogues. For students of all levels

    MDBG (http://www.mdbg.net) Free dictionary, site contains many useful study tools for students of all levels. Contains

    flashcards, daily word feeds, and other useful tools. For students of all levels Hello-Han (http://www.hello-han.com/ch-education/yinjieku/hanziyinjieku-en.php)

    Recordings of individual syllable pronunciation may be used by students when they are studying at home, for beginners

    ChinesePod (www.chinesepod.com ) Well-known podcast offering free and paid lessons for beginner and intermediate

    students Popup Chinese (www.popupchinese.com )

    Podcast similar to Chinesepod, offers both free and paid lessons and tools. Site also offers a number of useful tools for including The News in Chinese, which offers students a chance to read simple, annotated articles on current events, in Chinese. Good reading practice for intermediate and advanced students

    Onomatopoeias (http://www.sinosplice.com/learn-chinese/chinese-vocabulary-lists/chinese-onomatopeia) list of Chinese onomatopoeias, useful for advanced students who enjoy story telling

    http://zdt.sourceforge.net/http://www.skritter.com/http://jukuu.com/http://www.nciku.com/http://www.mdbg.net/http://www.hello-han.com/ch-education/yinjieku/hanziyinjieku-en.phphttp://www.chinesepod.com/http://www.popupchinese.com/http://www.sinosplice.com/learn-chinese/chinese-vocabulary-lists/chinese-onomatopeiahttp://www.sinosplice.com/learn-chinese/chinese-vocabulary-lists/chinese-onomatopeia

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