Depending on the students' need, I will try to frame my lesson structure differently. For conversational-focused students I would base my lesson on real conversation, starting from the basic phrases depending on the student's level of proficiency. I would also use Mandarin tv shows, movies, songs as supplement material.
For students who want to learn professional Mandarin, I would start with teaching basic sentence structure, how the individual Chinese characters work to form a vocabulary. For advanced learners I would give them some books to read to try to level up their reading and writing skills.
I am a native Mandarin speaker who came to the US for a bachelors degree in biology at UCSD. I am fluent in Chinese Mandarin in both writing and speaking on a professional level. I was a TA in Chinese school in Palo Alto for two years. I
I got to know Vivian at UCSD. Vivian is a native Taiwanese from Tainan. Her Chinese skills are superb. Not to mention how friendly and approachable she is. 10/10 would recommend
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