Chinese 2 CHI002AS2AE-3001 22.08.2022-16.12.2022 5 op(IBE1PA3, ...)+-
Mode of delivery
22.08.2022 - 16.12.2022
13.06.2022 - 19.08.2022
15 - 40
INTBBA International Business
No ongoing implementations yet.
No past implementations yet.
A student who has completed this course or has acquired equal knowledge will be able to
• handle everyday life and work situations orally
• master the basic skills of reading and writing common Chinese characters and interpreting their original “pictogram stories” and structures
• communicate in Chinese-speaking countries considering their special cultural characteristics
• take into account cultural diversity
• plan their future language studies and start their exchange abroad.
• discuss one’s own daily and weekly program
• describe one’s living environment
• manage in a restaurant or a shopping center
• manage in renting a car or a bike
• express one’s own opinion
• digital communication in the language in Chinese
• develop travel plans, booking a hotel and travelling
• deepen one’s own cultural knowledge of Chinese-speaking countries and their cultures
2. If you already have reached the learning outcomes of this course you can demonstrate your knowledge. Ask for more information from the lecturer of the course. Additional information concerning recognition of prior learning (RPL):
3. Course completion also possible through Work & Study concept.
Hai Guo & YLE 2009: BBC Real Chinese (lesson 5-10)
Gu Feng 2009: Mandarin Teaching Toolbox, Volume 2, Confucius Institute at BCIT
Welcome to continue studying Chinese! You will deepen your knowledge of what you have learnt in the Chinese 1 course. You will learn how to handle the most common everyday life and work situations. Together with the other students, you will improve your communication skills and get to know digital communication in Chinese. You also will develop further cultural and intercultural skills.
Starting level and linkage with other courses
Chinese 1 course or equal knowledge
Assessment criteria - grade 1
The student knows how to use the Chinese language in the most common every day and work life situations. He/She has mastered the basics of pronunciation, the most common language basics, the most common required written characters and partly also the course’s vocabulary. He/She knows some general characteristics of the language area and its everyday life and work culture, and he/she has acquainted him/herself with the diversity of the Chinese-speaking environment.
Assessment criteria - grade 3
The student knows how to use the Chinese language quite independently and naturally in the most common every day and work life situations. He/She has mastered the pronunciation, many language basics, majority of the required written characters and how to apply what he/she learnt to different language situations. He/She knows the general characteristics of the language area and its everyday life and work culture, and he/she understands the diversity of the Chinese-speaking environment much better than before.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
The student knows how to use the Chinese language quite independently and naturally in different every day and work life situations. He/She has mastered the pronunciation, many language basics, almost all of the required written characters and he/she applies fearlessly what he/she has learnt to different language situations. He/She knows the general characteristics of the language area very well and its everyday life and work culture, and he/she understands and is able to promote the diversity of the Chinese-speaking environment.