Confucius Home School

Be different - Learn Chinese.

The Confucius Institute at the University of Nebraska offers low-cost Chinese language catered to home schooled teenagers in the Lincoln area. These classes follow Nebraskan high school Chinese class curriculum and designed to deliver lasting competency in the language. Classes meet twice a week for 14 weeks. Registration fees for students are $150 per semester.

Sign up now. Fall semester classes begin on the week of September 6. 
Rooms will be announced through e-mail in early August. Late registration ends at September 18.

CONFUCIUS HOME SCHOOL CHINESE CLASS (14-18)

BEGINNING CHINESE I (HS 101) 

Confucius Home School Chinese Class 101 is a course specifically designed for home school students age 14-18 following the expectations and curriculum of a Nebraskan Chinese classes in high schools. This class starts from the very beginning of language learning, so no prior language exposure is necessary. This class will present the pinyin (Chinese phonics) system, description of Chinese characters, and an introduction to Chinese culture.  It will emphasize the communication skills that are closely related to everyday life on five themes: greetings, names, nationalities, occupations and ages.  Students are expected to learn about 100 Chinese characters by the end of the class. Classes meet twice a week, and students are expected to complete homework.

Registration fee: $150

Courses Begin: Week of Sept 6

Mondays and Thursdays

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Nebraska Hall TBA

BEGINNING CHINESE II (HS 102) 

Confucius Home School Chinese Class 101 is a course specifically designed for home school students age 14-18 following the expectations and curriculum of a Nebraskan Chinese classes in high schools. This class is a continuation of HS 101 and is required unless competency in the language can be demonstrated (e-mail us if you'd like to meet for assessment). This class will work on speaking, listening, writing, and reading skills in Chinese with a firm emphasis on communication skills that are closely related to everyday life; Students are expected to learn an additional 150-200 Chinese characters and be proficient enough to pass the HSK level 1 exam by the end of the class. Classes meet twice a week, and students are expected to complete homework.

Registration fee: $150

Courses Begin: Week of Sept 6

Mondays and Thursdays

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Nebraska Hall TBA