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A Chinese Language Event was Held in Confucius Classroom at Daugavpils University

A Chinese Language Event was Held in Confucius Classroom at Daugavpils University





At 17:30 pm local time on November 20th, a Chinese language game was held in the Confucius Classroom at Daugavpils University.Two Chinese teachers and students from the first grade and interesting groups of Daugavpils University participated in the event. The event was hosted by a Chinese teacher.

First of all,everyone did the self-introduction one by one.Then there was the ice-breaking game,the traditional Chinese game “One point Two Five” and “Flower Delivery”, which made each other familiar quickly.At the coffee break time,everyone could enjoy the food which was prepared in advance.Then,the students were divided into two groups,the Chinese game activity officially began.The first game was a “megaphone”.The Chinese teacher showed the students the syllables of the words,and let the students pass back one by one,and the group that accurately and quickly said the answer won.The second game was to find friends in syllables.Students used the syllables to form new words displayed on the screen,and the group would get one point if they formed the correct word.The creating a new Chinese character was the third game of the event,the students came up with Chinese characters such as “Ming, Hao, Mu, Ma”.The fourth session was video dubbing,the students played the “Rock scissor paper shoot” to decide the priority of selecting the order of dubbing video.The Chinese teacher played the video and showed the subtitles to the students.Five minutes later,the two groups of students went on stage to do a dubbing performance,and the atmosphere at the scene reached a climax.After the event, two Chinese teachers gave prizes to the group with higher scores,and everyone took photos together.

The Chinese game activity combined Chinese teaching with cultural activities, allowing students not only to review Chinese language knowledge but also to deepen students’ interest in learning Chinese.

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