Introduction

I have been teaching Beginning Chinese at the George Washington University for the past five years, in which I have created many useful materials and class activities, together with my colleagues. Now I am shifting my focus to higher-level Chinese courses and in order to make the fullest use of the teaching resources that I have made, I decided to make them freely available on line for anyone who is teaching or studying Beginning Chinese, especially those who use Integrated Chinese Level 1 Part 1 and Part 2.

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