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发表于 2019-2-12 17:27:37 |显示全部楼层
According to a report by the Russian Satellite News Agency on Nov 26, the deputy director of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Anzul Muzayev, said at a roundtable meeting of the Russia Today international news agency the Chinese language will be tested for the first time on the 2019 Russian college entrance exam.

The Russian college entrance exam is a graduation test for secondary school students, equivalent to the Chinese college entrance examination.

Muzayev said "There are currently 17,000 Russian students learning Chinese, including 3,000 senior students." He expects hundreds of graduates in the 2019 national college entrance exam will pass the Chinese subject test.




Muzayev added with the increasing number of colleges and universities incorporating Chinese subject into the national college entrance exam, the number of graduates taking Chinese exams will also increase.




Russian Chinese exam questions

In the last 10 years, the number of Russians learning Chinese has grown at an alarming rate. In 1997, there were about 5,000 Russians studying Chinese. In 2007, that number reached 17,000. In 2017, the number of Chinese learning students reached 56,000.




Russia began to develop Chinese test models in 2014. As Russians became more interested in learning Chinese, they held professional discussions and tests in 12 regions.

On Aug 27, the Russian Federation Educational Reform Institute first published a sample version of the Chinese subject of the Russian college entrance exam, and included a scoring standard. The written test consists of 42 questions divided into four parts: "Listening", "Reading", "Grammar, Vocabulary and Handwriting" and "Writing". The total test time is three hours.







▲ Choice










▲ Reading and comprehension




▲ Writing




"Chinese fever" continues to spread

In recent years, with the improvement of China's international status, a "Chinese fever" is quietly emerging in the world, and many countries have incorporated the language into their national education systems.

Ireland

On Dec 4, 2017, Irish Education and Skills Minister Richard Bruton announced the Irish government's 2017-2026 foreign language teaching strategy. One major initiative was including Chinese in Irish high school education.




Bruton said since 2014, Ireland has started short-term Chinese training programs to make Irish people better understand Chinese language and culture. From 2020, Chinese will appear as the foreign language subject of exams in Irish universities. From 2022 onwards, Chinese will become one of the subjects of the Irish college entrance examination.

The UK

According to the Daily Telegraph, the British college entrance examination, also known as "A-levels", the number of candidates who chose Chinese for this year exceeded German for the first time. Chinese became the third most popular foreign language in the UK.




According to the report, 3,334 students took the Chinese A-level exam this year, an increase of 8.6 percent compared with last year. French is still the most popular foreign language subject, followed by Spanish. However, compared with last year, the number of applicants in these two languages decreased by 8 and 4 percent respectively.




Indonesia

In Dec 2017, the third Indonesian Chinese Proficiency Test was held in Jakarta, Puhegdo and Malang. In 2017, a total of 15,627 candidates took part in the test, and the number of candidates reached a record high.




Growing enthusiasm

According to data fromHanban, the UK has promoted Chinese language teaching from the government to the private sector, including the promulgation of state decrees, the establishment of full-time posts by the Ministry of Education, regular Chinese language courses every year and the training of local Chinese teachers. More than 5,200 primary and secondary schools offer Chinese classes. By 2020, the number of students studying Chinese in the UK will reach 400,000.




According to the statistics of the Education Section of the Chinese Embassy in Spain, there are currently more than 50,000 people studying Chinese in Spain, and the number of Chinese proficiency testers ranks first in Europe.




France currently has more than 150 universities and more than 700 primary and secondary schools offering Chinese language courses. The French Ministry of Education has also established a full-time Chinese Governor. According to the French International Radio Network website, the number of people studying Chinese in France has exceeded 100,000, making France the European country with the largest number of Chinese speakers.




According to statistics, there are currently more than 300 primary and secondary schools in Germany that offer Chinese classes. Nearly 70 middle schools use Chinese as a formal credit course and a high school graduation exam.




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