by Hanban,HSK Standard Courseis developed under the joint efforts of Beijing Language and Culture University
Press and Chinese Testing International (CTI). With HSK test papers as its
primary source,HSK Standard Courseis characterized by a humorous style, familiar topics and a scientific course
design. Matching the HSK test in all aspects, from the content, form to the
levels, it is a series of new-type course books embodying the idea of “combining
testing and teaching, and promoting learning and teaching by testing”. It is
suitable for the Confucius Institutes in different countries as well as other
Chinese teaching institutions and self-taught learners.
The whole series is divided into six levels matching the HSK
test, with one volume for each of Levels 1-3 and two volumes for each of Levels
4-6, totaling nine volumes. With a textbook, a workbook and a teacher’s book in
each volume, there are altogether 27 books.
is Teacher’s Book 6A, with altogether 20 lessons. Each lesson includes a
specification of the instructional contents and objectives, an elaboration of
teaching steps, and an “afterword”. Based on HSK level 6 vocabulary and past
HSK tests, this book pays special attention to the new words with learned
characters. Each lesson teaches one Chinese character, highlighting the
form-sound-meaning relationship. Plenty of examples and exercises are given so
that students may learn the meanings of each character in context and develop
the ability to correctly understand Chinese vocabulary.
book provides teachers with all-round guidance and effective support in regard
to how to use the textbook and workbook of the corresponding level.
Jiang Liping is a postgraduate tutor in Beijing Language and Culture University
whose research focuses on the theories of teaching Chinese as a foreign
language, teaching methodology and textbook study. Ms. Jiang’s works include
books such as On Teaching Chinese as a
Foreign Language, Ways on How to
Teach Foreigners Chinese and Classroom
Expression Course for Chinese Teaching as well as more than 10 papers
published in Language Teaching and
Linguistic Studies, Chinese Language
Teaching and other journals. She has given lectures in many countries and
cities, such as Japan, the United States, Thailand and Hong Kong.