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Guide to IB Chinese AB Initio

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Transcript of Guide to IB Chinese AB Initio

What is the test for?
The test is a pre-university course of study designed for students in the 16 to 19 age range. It is designed for students without or with some previous learning of Chinese.
Themes and topics?
Individual and society


Individual and society
Daily routines
Education
Food and drink
Personal details, appearance and character
Physical health
Relationships
Shopping
Transport

Leisure and work

Employment
Entertainment
Holidays
Media
Sport
Technology

Urban and rural environment

Environmental concerns
Global issues
Neighborhood
Physical geography
Town and services
Weather



Guide to IB Chinese AB Initio
by NingNing Ma
Wellington College

Leisure and work


Urban and rural environment



Assessment component
Individual oral
25%

Written assignment
A piece of writing, (240–360个characters), in the target language carried out in class under
teacher supervision.
20%
Paper 2: Productive skills
Two compulsory writing exercises.
Section A (7 marks): One question to be answered from a choice of two. 60个characters汉字

Section B (18 marks): One question to be answered from a choice of three. 120 characters个汉字

Paper 1 Receptive skills Understanding of 4 written texts

30%

Three-part oral internally assessed by the teacher and externally moderated by the IB
towards the end of the course.

• Part 1: Presentation of a visual stimulus (from a choice of two) by the student
• Part 2: Follow-up questions on the visual stimulus
• Part 3: General conversation including at least two questions on the written
assignment

(1 hour 30 minutes, 40 marks)
1 hours, 25 marks
25%
(2 hours, 20 marks)
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