Congratulations and welcome to the end of the course
As we reach the end of this Introduction to Chinese: Conversation course, we would like to hear from you.
- Has this course met your expectations?
- What suggestions do you have for us?
- Do you have any plans to further your Chinese learning after this course?
We have covered more than six daily topics over these past weeks.
Each topic involves the vocabulary required by HSK1, as well as useful daily expressions you can employ when you come to China.
These different topics also have connections with Chinese culture and society.
We hope this course has not only helped you to improve your Chinese proficiency, but also your intercultural competence and understanding of Chinese culture.
Thank you for all the effort you put in along this learning journey.
Your participation and discussion are the biggest sources of encouragement for our team of educators and mentors.
We hope you had fun learning with us, and hope to see you engage with us again!
Would you like to take part in an optional research of MOOC learner’s learning strategy on the online Chinese Course?
Shanghai International Studies University is carrying out research to find MOOC learner’s learning strategy on the online Chinese course in order to provide better MOOC courses for the learners.
We’d like to invite the learners on this course to take part in an optional study about learners’ learning strategy. By taking part in this study, you’ll give us the data of how you use learning strategy in the course. We will use the findings to promote our future online Chinese courses.
To take part in the study, please click the link below. It should take no longer than 6 minutes to complete. Take part in the study
Thank you very much,
Shanghai International Studies University
Please note that this is an independent research carried out by Shanghai International Studies Unversity and your participation is subject to the University’s own policies and terms. FutureLearn takes no responsibility for the contents or the consequences of your participation in this study. Your participation in the research has no effect on your course progress, marks or FutureLearn profile.
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