Huaxia Chinese School Lehigh Valley Branch | 华夏中文学校里海谷分校

Standard Chinese Courses | 标准中文课程

CSL Beginner

Head teacher: Jessie Hou

Classroom: College Center 118










Teacher's email: hou_family@yahoo.com

CSL Intermediate

Head teacher: Sheng C Lu

Classroom: College Center 113



Teacher's email: lushengchieh@gmail.com

CSL Advanced

Head teacher: Nancy Collins

Classroom: College Center 133










Teacher's email: qian23us@yahoo.com

Maliping Chinese Courses | 马立平中文课程介绍

MLP1 - 马立平中文第一级

Head teacher: Li Peng
Classroom: College Center 291

The purpose of this course is for the beginner learning Chinese Language Art. The course provides opportunities to learn all four macro-skills, namely listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course integrates 302 new words and basic Chinese grammar, enabling the student to read and write more than 30 short fairy tales which is based on these words and the grammar. It helps students who have Chinese background in building up and expanding their language knowledge and skills

Teacher's Email: pennyli2009@gmail.com

MLP2 - 马立平中文第二级

Head teacher: Simboli Min
Classroom: Classroom: College Center 134

Students who have completed ma li ping level 1, will learn to use 381 commonly used Chinese characters, 47 commonly used Chinese radical and 75 stories or poems. At this level, students will emphasize on recognizing the 381 commonly used Chinese characters by reading the stories or poems. Meanwhile, by retelling the stories or poems, students will enrich their ability to speak Chinese.

Teacher's email: tingyicui@gmail.com

MLP3 - 马立平中文第三级

Head teacher: LucyXi Luo
Classroom: College Center 292

Students who have completed Ma Li Ping Level 2, will learn Chinese Pin Yin and learn to write 364 commonly used Chinese characters. At this level, students will emphasize on recognizing the 364 commonly used Chinese characters by reading stories or poems. Also, students will emphasize on grammar and multiple meanings for the same word or one word with multiple pronunciations. Meanwhile, by retelling the stories or poems, students will enrich their ability to speak Chinese. By reading additional material at home, students will enrich their Chinese reading skills dramatically.

Teacher's email: yishenlai@yahoo.com

MLP4 - 马立平中文第四级

Head teacher: HongJie Li
Classroom: College Center 235

Students who have completed Ma Li Ping Level 3 or Standard Chinse Level 4 will read more long novels, increase vocabularies, learn basic writing and presentation skill. Traditional Characters will be introduced. Students is able to meet YCT Level 4 or HSK Level 3 after completing this course.

适合完成马立平中文三年级或标准中文四年级课程的学生。学生将增加阅读长篇散文、积累词汇、学习简易书信作文和口头报告技巧、繁体字入门。课程完成后,可达中国国家汉办中小学生汉语考试四级或汉语水平考试三级的程度。

Teacher's email: hongjiel@yahoo.com

MLP5 - 马立平中文第五级

Head teacher: Xiaohui Mack
Classroom: College Center 233

For students who have completed Ma Li Ping Level 4, or Standard Chinese Level 5. Students will learn how to look up words using a Chinese dictionary, write Chinese words on a computer using keyboards, and read rewritten chapters from a famous Chinese novel. There will be an emphasis on recalling commonly used words from previous levels. Students will also start to learn the basics of Chinese writing


Teacher's email: suw359@yahoo.com

MLP6 - 马立平中文第六级

Head teacher: Liyun Sun
Classroom: College Center 234

For students who have completed Ma Li Ping Level 5, or Standard Chinese Level 6. Students will continue to enrich reading and speaking Chinese. Writing will be formally introduced. There will be introduction of contemporary writers of literary works. Students will learn simple English translation.

Teacher's email: yatatasun@gmail.com

MLP7 - 马立平中文第七级

Head teacher: Linghai Zhang
Classroom: College Center 135


For students who have completed Ma Li Ping Level 6, or Standard Chinese Level 7. Students will continue to enrich reading and speaking Chinese. Writing will be formally introduced. There will be introduction of contemporary writers of literary works. Students will learn simple English translation.

Teacher's email: liz5@lehigh.edu

MLP8 - 马立平中文第八级

Head teacher: Wei Guo
Classroom: College Center 191

Teacher's email: wdavidguo@gmail.com

Basic Chinese / Adult Class

Head teacher: Xinchi Wu
Classroom: College Center 161

Teacher's email: xinchi_wu@yahoo.com

PS & Pinyin Chinese Courses | 学龄前中文课程介绍

PS1 - 学前小班(Preschool Age 3-4)

Head teacher: Chaoqun Hu
Assistant Teacher:Cathy Li
Classroom: Reibman 128

The purpose of this course is for the beginner learning Chinese Language Art. The course provides opportunities to learn all four macro-skills, namely listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course integrates 302 new words and basic Chinese grammar, enabling the student to read and write more than 30 short fairy tales which is based on these words and the grammar. It helps students who have Chinese background in building up and expanding their language knowledge and skills

Teacher's email: chaoqunhu@yahoo.com

PS2 - 学前大班(Kindergarten Age 4-5)

Head teacher: YiWen Lai
Classroom: Reibman 140

适合5岁以上。要求新生能用普通话问简单的问题,表达自已的意思,要有较长的注意力。 教授拼音,汉字笔画,儿歌及学中文游戏,掌握100个汉字及词汇。
For children 5-6 year olds. Student should be able to express and ask question in simple Chinese. Teaches Pinyin, character writing, rhymes, and Chinese games. Learn about 100 Chinese characters and vocabulary.

Teacher's email: yi_wen_lai@yahoo.com

MLP Prep Pinyin - 马立平拼音班

Head teacher: Qun Xu / Assistant Teacher: Eddy Guo
Classroom: College Center 290

本课程的设计是为五岁以上儿童。学生将学习拼音和一些与拼音相对应的汉字、词组、儿歌及简单生活用语。本校要求学生在学拼音后再上一年级。

This course is designed for people of 5 years and up. Students will learn the Chinese phonetic system, Chinese characters, vocabulary, children’s rhymes & basic dialogues used in daily life. This is a required course before taking MLP 1/ BZZW1.




Teacher's email: qunxu2k@yahoo.com

Culture courses| 文化课介绍

Mathcounts Section 14

Head teacher: Bruce Wu

Classroom: College Center 118



This course is aimed at preparing students in, or going into, middle school students for the National Mathcounts Competition, a competition focused on creative mathematical problem-solving. The course teaches math concepts and provides the students with creative problem-solving experience, useful in Mathcounts and beyond. Placement tests are used to evaluate students' math level.

For students grades 6 through 8. Prerequisite: basic algebra and coordinate plane skills, comparable to Algebra 1 completion or comparable math level. This course focuses on providing students with experience in problem solving, along with mathematical ideas useful in Mathcounts and more advanced math competitions. The class focuses on training students with actual Mathcounts questions.

Teacher's email: Brucewu36@yahoo.com

Mathcounts Section 15

Head teacher: Linda Mao

Classroom: College Center 134


The goal of this course is to teach experienced Mathcounts students how to apply efficient problem solving strategies to problems of any level. This class will use real Mathcounts questions to involve students in interactive group activities and lectures, as well as one-on-one tutoring as needed. This class will cover material needed for success in not only Mathcounts but also other math competitions such as AMC and the Lehigh University Math Contest.
Topics include:
Number systems
Algebra
Combinatorics
Geometry

Prerequisites: Algebra 1, or determined by placement test

Students who take this course are encouraged to register with their middle school to compete either as individuals or as part of their school's team in the Mathcounts competition. This course is aimed at preparing students in, or going into, middle school students for the National Mathcounts Competition, a competition focused on creative mathematical problem-solving. The course teaches math concepts and provides the students with creative problem-solving experience, useful in Mathcounts and beyond. Placement tests are used to evaluate students' math level.

Teacher's email: lindamao008@gmail.com

Chinese Speech & Debate Team - 辩论组

Head teacher: Jessie Tseo, Michelle Li
Classroom: College Center 133

This course will be focused on various public speaking skills in speech and debate. Throughout the fall semester, we will explore the various types of public speaking events, like declamation, humorous interpretation, dramatic interpretation, and extemporaneous speaking. In addition, there will be an introduction to different debate forms; Lincoln Douglass Debate and Public Forum Debate. We will give students opportunities to present one type of public speech during the semester. This speech could be either in English or in Chinese. During the spring semester, the team will move more into the Chinese Debate form to prepare for the HXSC tournament in April. Students will utilize their public speaking skills to aid them in their Chinese debates. This course is open to students from 4th grade and above.

Jess.jo182@gmail.com, michellerockssl@yahoo.com

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