2023-2024 / ASIE0016-1

Chinese language 2 (intermediate)*


30h Th, 30h Pr

Number of credits

 Bachelor in ancient and modern languages and literatures10 crédits 
 Bachelor in ancient languages and literatures : classics10 crédits 
 Bachelor in information and communication10 crédits 
 Bachelor in modern languages and literatures : German, Dutch and English10 crédits 
 Bachelor in history of art and archaeology : general10 crédits 
 Bachelor in history10 crédits 
 Bachelor in modern languages and literatures : general10 crédits 
 Bachelor in history of art and archaeology : musicology10 crédits 
 Bachelor in ancient languages and literatures : Oriental studies (Registrations are closed)10 crédits 
 Bachelor in philosophy10 crédits 
 Bachelor in French and Romance languages and literatures : general10 crédits 
 Master in multilingual communication (120 ECTS)5 crédits 
 Master in ancient languages and literatures : Oriental studies (120 ECTS)10 crédits 


Rachel Delcourt, Eric Florence

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

All year long, with partial in January


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

Schedule: Fridays from 14 .00 to 16.00
Room: A2, 5/6

First session: Friday 22 September 2023.

This course combines a theoretical approach to the structures of modern Chinese with a focus on the practical dimensions of communication.

 The coursebook used is Méthode de chinois Premier niveau (I. Rabut et al). We shall also use the "virtual toolbox" available on the ECampus/Ultra platform. 

Informations: Eric.Florence@ulg.ac.be

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

"Langue chinoise II" aims at improving the communicational abilities of students as well as at improving their knowledge of the grammar of modern Chinese.
The course also aims to deepen the mastery of modern Chinese grammar (complex grammatical structures such as the "ba" structure, particles and verbal suffix "le", complex directional complements, otpative verbs, etc.).

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

To have studied at least 60h of Chinese language course.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

The following learning activities are planned:
- Presentation of the basic structures of the grammar of the modern Chinese language and exercises related to these concepts;
- Work in small groups around oral expression;
- Frequent use of the ECampus platform for a set of work to be done at home (versions; grammar exercises; stories to be posted on ECampus);
- Home preparation work for grammar and translation exercises

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Face-to-face course

Additional information:

Face-to-face teaching, small group interactions and usage of the ECampus platform. 

Recommended or required readings

Textbook "Méthode de chinois" (niv. 1) bu Isabelle Rabut et al. 
Additional documents (grammar notes; power point; songs; etc.) will be used and made available to students on ECampus. The use of these materials is intended to facilitate student learning and make learning more dynamic. 

Exam(s) in session

Any session

- In-person

written exam AND oral exam

Additional information:

Exam(s) in session

Any session


- written exam (50%) AND oral exam (40%);

- participation to the class sessions and to the online assignments: 10% of the total grade. 

Additional information:

Written exam for the January session; for the June session written and oral exams. In addition to these evaluations, the participation to the classes will be assessed (as well as the regular assignments). 

Students will be assessed according to the following criteria:


- written and oral skills;

- ability to understand simple messages relating to everyday life;

- mastery of the basic structures of modern Chinese syntax;

- mastery of basic notions of Chinese grammar.

The mark of the midterm exam in January will count for 50% of the June final mark if > or = 10/20. The mark will have no effect on the final grade if it doesn't reach 10/20 and the final exam will then be cumulative.

Work placement(s)

Information on the possibilities of scholarships in China is available by contacting the course holder and head of the "China" section at ULiège, Eric.Florence@uliege.be

Organisational remarks and main changes to the course



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