Grammar in Context
Grammar in Context

Grammar in Context teaches Mandarin adverbs and contextualizes grammar learning. Each module begins with sentence-level explanations of the grammar along with short examples of rich discourse contexts and relatable communicative contexts. Examples come from natural language in advertisements, movie clips, TV interviews, posters, novellas, essays, etc. Grammar in Context includes Learn-Practice-Self-check and Vocabulary Support for 16 commonly used particles in Mandarin Chinese. The units on the site can be used in blended learning environments, for self-study, and traditional classroom settings.
Author(s): Xuehua Xiang
Language(s): Chinese
Category: Teaching and Learning Materials
Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Audience: 9-12, University, Heritage, Self-Study
General Format: Web
Specific Medium: Interactive Website
Skill: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking
Price: Free
Year: 2016
Keywords: discourse, blended learning, Chinese particles
Publisher: Center for Advanced Language Proficiency Education and Research
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