I am a Chinese who has been living in China for 22 years. And considering my major is teaching Chinese as second language, I knew some key points when giving chinese lessons. We may focus on vocabulary and oral expressions that will mostly used in China. I'll teach the accent first, then practise the pronunciation and let students use them in specific circumstances. My outline will be different occasions that will happen in China, and in these circumstances I'll also teach some related Chinese culture. The class will be a bi-directional teaching and output is the main focus of my lesson. I think teacher and student could learn more from each other and establish a good relationship via classes, so I am glad to hear some advice and feedback on my teaching so that it will improve my teaching.
I've grown up and stayed in China for 22 years as mandarin is my local language. My major is teaching chinese as second language in my university so I know the essence of teaching Chinese. What's more, I used to be a private tutor in China for over four years and had a good reputation since the students' parents recommended me to other students.
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