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- KurzbeschreibungThis book is intended for Western students of the Chinese language who wish to take the Chinese language proficiency exam ((??????Hànyu Shuipíng Kaoshì), HSK) either for academic reasons when planning to enroll for studies at a university in Mainland China or for any other professional or personal reasons.<br>This book contains lists of vocabulary and Chinese characters that students are required to know for the six different levels of the HSK exam. It is intended as a reference guide to essential vocabulary and Chinese characters as well as to the grammar aspects that will be requested within the exam in one of the various ways of the communicative tasks assigned to the candidate. This book should be used in conjunction with the official monolingual textbooks available for each level of the HSK exam as a guide of bilingual reference throughout the preparation process for the exam at each proficiency level.
- AutorMuhammad Wolfgang G. A. Schmidt
- VerlagDisserta Verlag
- Seiten512 Seiten
- Gewicht1199 g
- LeseprobeText Sample:<br>Preface:<br>The [...] (HSK) "Chinese Language Proficiency Test" is a test that, regarding ist status, can be compared to the TOEFL and similar English language proficiency exams. It is overseen by the Chinese Ministry of Education and by the State Commission for the HSK [...] exam in the People's Republic of China. This test was originally introduced in 1990 in Peking with another, earlier format than the current one, the latter of which was launched in 2010 and revised in 2012. It is the latter that is also known as the "New HSK" (_ HSK). The older pre-2010 HSK format was divided into the four levels of Basic, Elementary/Intermediate, and Advanced; the current HSK test format from 2010 has the three following levels, sub-divided into two sub-levels each:<br>Beginner: Levels 1 and 2.<br>Intermediate: Levels 3 and 4.<br>Advanced: Levels 5 and 6.<br>The philosophy behind this new format was a test that would cover "comprehensive language and communication ability" and would move towards a more communicative approach as the current standard in the Western foreign language teaching industry with ist impacts on textbooks and foreign language proficiency exam formats.<br>For the Hanban, the Common European Language Proficiency Framework (CEF) served as a strong point of orientation in this, and in 2010 it was stated that these six levels of the HSK exam corresponded exactly to the levels A1 - A2 (Beginners/Elementary), B1 - B2 (Intermediate) and C1 - C2 (Advanced) of the CEF. Criticism put forward by the German and French associations of Chinese language teachers, however, lead to questioning of this statement; for the HSK Level 6, the French association of Chinese language teachers stated that it corresponded roughly to a level between B2 and C1 of the CEF; the estimate of the German association of Chinese language teachers was even lower by being estimated to be roughly equivalent to the B2 level of the CEF. In 2012, the new HSK test format from 2010 underwent some revision, and the claim of exact equivalence of the six HSK exam levels to the 6 levels of the CEF disappeared in the official Hanban publications.<br>However, there is no doubt that the Hanban commission added some elements of the communicative language teaching approach to the new HSK exam format by putting a stronger focus on the four communicative language skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing while other elements - e.g., teaching grammar points in progression and not completely at a time - still seem to be somewhat missing and unreflected in the relevant textbooks for these exams
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