口 kǒu mouth
冂 jiōng down box
一 yī one
丂 kǎo take an exam
Chinese, Character, Breakdown, Decomposition, Analysis, Strokes, Language, Dictionary, Textbook, Break Down, Split, Analyze, Decompose, Learn, Memorize, Broken Down
More information: http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/the-chinese-character-decomposition-guidance/18847104
Learning the Chinese commercial letters requires analytical approach to the material learnt and structurization of the learnt information.
The more understandable text the less effort is spent on its learning. Analytical structurization helps to choose the shortest way of achieving methodological targets: learning or teaching the Chinese language.
Let us have a look at the example of the Chinese commercial letter and how it might be sructurized methodologically.
It is very useful to print the main text in a twenty-point size. This size makes the text more readable and creates a positive perception by learners.
Pretty essential is splitting the text in small paragraphs with indentions. Intervals between the paragraphs and indentions at the beginning of each line create the feeling of lightness and airiness of the text.
Such text lay out also creates the curiosity and immediate wish for learning such kind of material.
More information you can find in Polina Shinkina’s textbooks on http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/polina985
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