The Fifth Chinese Teaching Skills Contest for Graduate Students
On the afternoon of June 10th, the Fifth Teaching Skills Contest was held by the School of Chinese Studies in Mingde Building in order to test graduate students’ practical abilities of Chinese teaching.
There were 30 contestants in the preliminary contest, and ten were selected to participate in the finals. During
the contest, contestants were told to complete the given teaching tasks and answer various questions from students. They analyzed various difficulties and issues in teaching Chinese as a foreign language simply and accessibly through multi-media, with wonderful interaction from students.
The judges scored all contestants and commented on their behaviors, highly praising their serious attitudes and
innovative spirits, and pointing out their shortcomings in teaching.
Li Han, who majors in Chinese International Education won the First Prize, while Liu Ziqiao and Chang Siyuan won Second Prize. Feng Yueting and Zheng Yating, along with Youliya from Russia won the Third Prize. Zhang Ruiyang and other three students were awarded Honorable Mentions.
The contest means a lot, and encourages our graduate students to explore new practical teaching methods.