Mandarin Chinese Boot Camp Part 1-3: Immersion Weekend - Beginners - Small Group
In this 3-day Immersion Camp students will have 20 hours of Chinese class time with learning, activities, games and songs. We will meet in 2 hour segments back to back.
Matthew Grace, M.Ed
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This class is a 3-Day class where students will be taught 20-hours worth of beginners material. We start from square one and move up to the approximate skill level of approximately 7 weeks of regular 3-day a week Chinese classes. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY: This class is meant for beginners who speak no Chinese but can be done by upper level beginners as well BUT this is an immersion camp so English is not allowed outside of very specific designated times during the classes. Students...
Students will learn the following: 1. Pinyin 2. Tones 3. Questions and Answers on the following topics a. Food and the Dinner Table b. Hobbies c. Friends 4. Cultural Topics About a. Traffic/Streets b. Cold c. Eating/Entertaining Guests d. A 4th topic related to whichever Chinese holiday is nearest to the Immersion camp you sign up for
I have a Master's Degree in Teaching Languages and have been tutoring and/or teaching since 2004. I lived in China for 4 years where I learned Chinese and my wife is Chinese so we practice constantly. I have been teaching Mandarin Chinese Boot Camps on Outschool since Late 2019.
There will be some homework the first night, setting up accounts for anki or making the flashcard system. This should take 30 minutes or so. The second night will have about 20 minutes of homework as well just to review the pinyin and tone songs. The third night is the end of the class.
1. Students will be sent a pdf packet that should be printed out before class starts, it will be thick, don't be intimidated, it's for 20 hours of learning! It will be about 30 pages long. 2. Students should either have a digital device to get Anki on(it's $25 on iOS devices but free on all other things) or index cards, tape, rubber bands, and a shoebox to make flashcards with. 3. Students will be asked to grab things from around their house they want to learn how to say in Chinese at different points throughout the course.
Students will continually be given informal assessments throughout the 20 hours of class time. At the end of the class if any parent requests I will be happy to assign a letter grade and provide a written overview of how their student did in the class.
20 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Matthew Grace, M.Ed
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
289 total reviews
306 completed classes
Hello! I'm Matthew and I'm excited to help you with your educational goals! A little about the classes I teach: - I teach Languages: English(Masters in TESOL), all levels, and Chinese, specialized for beginners. - I also teach Math(Bachelors in...