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Teresa Y. Lui

I've been teaching Chinese at Lincoln since 2000. I've been blessed with mostly very good students. I feel very honored to be part of their life during this precious stage---their teenage years.


Chinese 2 (Teresa Lui, Room128, Abraham Lincoln High School (415) 759-2700)


Course Description:

This is an intermediate class for students who have taken Chinese 1. The use of the pinyin system will be continued to help students with speaking and listening.  Students will be guided to write more simple sentences. Students will also work with partners or in groups. The course will also emphasize in the learning of culture and communication. Students will also continue to learn more typing in Chinese and calligraphy.



Students will develop speaking, reading, listening and writing skills. They will also learn to communicate in simple sentences. They will participate in a wide variety of projects to gain practical insight and authentic use of the language. Students will learn to understand and appreciate the Chinese culture.


Classroom Expectations:

Students are expected to come to class prepared with a binder, pencils/pens, textbook and completed assignments. They are also expected to have a respectful attitude, and be attentive in class. They should have a binder with 3 sections as follows:

  1. class work/ homework
  2. tests
  3. projects, such as art work

Make up tests can be done within 1 week, with 10% taken off.


Points will be given to make up homework and class work also, with excused absences/tardiness.


Oral presentations have to be done within the assigned time.


Cheating will be resulted in a 0 for the test/assignment, and/or parent conference.

 Referral form will be written also if it is considered serious, or that the cheating is repeated.


Grading policy:

Class work and homework                                       30%

Tests                                                                        20%

Projects, including oral presentations                         30%                           

Participation, binder, attendance, extra credits          20%                                                   



Students are expected to spend at least 20-30 minutes each day and outside class time to review and do daily assignments, including memorizing of dialogues.



Integrated Chinese----level 1, part 2



Parent’s Signature: ________________________________


Student’s Signature: _______________________________



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