Peter Dechi
where of the Internet can i study what the native English students study in their English class? i wanna know what the middle school students and primary school students learn in their English class.i can't stand the English articles and papers and skills which are written by Chinese educators anymore,because i can't express myself in the native English way though i've learnt what they taught us except that i know how to deal with the lame exams.i just want to try what native English students study in their English class,and it doesn't matter which country's English class it is.I wanna try to Do in Rome as the Romans do
Mar 18, 2011 7:37 AM
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In Uk, there is an excellent site, called "Teachers TV" , where you can have great stuff about what native English students study in their English class. Good luck :).
March 18, 2011
It is different in every country. Even if you came to study in an English speaking country you would go to special classes called English as a second language.[ ESL] Go to this website to test your English Level http://www.englishjet.com/english_courses_files/test_level.asp On the left hand column choose the level you think you are and take the test. Here are some ESL Lessons for you www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech074.shtml
March 18, 2011
some university offer online courses though i doubt if they offer any English Literature courses. Not trying to baffle you, it's not just Shakespeares English majors learn, it's a lot more complex than that. You could try talking to a Chinese major to get an idea of the level of complexity. Middle English, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, Renaissance, Restoration, Victorian, Modern, Post-Modern, British, American, Canadian, diaspora, world lit., etc., are frankly not designed for you. English classes don't just read the literature, they are designed to study, analyze at a great in-depth. Close reading is probably not something to be developed by ESL students. If you are just curious what they read, you could try finding a list of English lit. complied by 复旦大学。 For high school courses, that depends, hard to pigeon hole, but basically any combination of prose, poetry and drama, an intro/survey level.
March 19, 2011
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Peter Dechi
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), Chinese (Other), English, French, Spanish
Learning Language
English, French, Spanish