Chinese 5 is a continuation of concepts learned in Chinese 4. Students will expand their knowledge of Chinese characters, words, sentence patterns, and grammar that will enhance their skills in speaking, reading, listening, and writing the Chinese language. At the end of this course, students will be able to: (1) state more features about major Chinese holidays, (2) state the changes of a Chinese city, (3) state more details about traveling In Mainland China, (4) describe more healthy habits, (5) discuss gender equality, (6) talk about environmental protection and energy sources, (7) describe common facts about Chinese history, and (8) briefly discuss adjustment in a new place. In addition, they will study Chinese idioms, history, and culture and customs related to the lesson themes.
Students will have opportunities throughout both semesters to earn Honors Quality Points by completing additional requirements. Honors credit can be earned in either semester, or in both.
This course is two semesters worth of 1 high school credit.