CHLL1011 / CHIN115 – Chinese for Professional Communication
|Suggested Year of Study:||1|
Department of Chinese Language and Literature
Communication is an important key for all aspects of social life, no matter it is on written or spoken. This course conducts students develop interpersonal skill and applied writing. Pragmatic theory will be an important principle and strategy for success in this course on widely used methods, techniques and depth analysis to enable students to master Chinese Communication and also improve their communication skills, applied writing. Effectively improved students’ communication skill will be a great achievement for expression skill on other GE courses no matter on written and spoken, and also as an enhancement on their knowledge skill in the future.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Share ideas effectively in written and oral modes of communication, both formally and informally;
- Manage their own learning and development, including time management, organizational skills and lifelong learning;
- Demonstrate critical thinking and problems solving skills;
- Demonstrate personal and social responsibility, including ethical reasoning and action, interpersonal competence, and engagement with diverse communities and real-world challenges;
- Utilize integrative and applied learning to synthesis and advance accomplishments in new settings and across general and specialized study areas.