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Miss Mandarin, a teacher of Chinese as a foreign language, loves Chinese language teaching and gets super well with children. Though Miss Mandarin humbly considers her a “newcomer”, she already teaches Chinese as a foreign language for five years!!! Besides teaching Chinese in a relatively large Chinese language school in Paris, Miss Mandarin is also in charge of hihilulu Chinese pilot project and its “ Ambassador Program” in France. She has a “transitional” style in teaching Chinese by combining the advantages of traditional Chinese teaching and the new methods of the E-learning Era. She wins a nick name of "Magic Mandarin" from her students. Miss Mandarin advocates mobilizing students' language interest, helping students discover their inner consciousness through languages and culture discovery. Miss Mandarin’s blog will share the problems and interesting phenomena encountered in teaching Chinese as a foreign language and will record her swelling journey in the form of teaching notes. Welcome to Miss Mandarin’s Chinese wonderland!

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Miss Mandarin faces a challenge of classroom management for her blog this time. Do you meet the same challenges as Mass Mandarin? Share your thoughts and experiences with us below! Looking forward to learning or knowing more about how you solve this

Language learning and cultural learning are inseparable. Learning Chinese culture can help children learn Chinese better and faster. This week, Miss Mandarin describes how to use Chinese culture in the classroom to teach Chinese.

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