Integrated Chinese Textbook DVDs

Third Edition
by Cheng & Tsui

Popular Level 1 DVDs Bring the Integrated Chinese Series to Life

These lively skits revolve around the real-life situations of the Integrated Chinese characters and present all 40 dialogues and narratives from the Level 1 textbooks.Students will enjoy the entertaining storyline of Wáng Péng, Lǐ Yǒu and others, improve their communicative skills, and increase their familiarity with Chinese culture. "Culture Minutes" related to the topics in each lesson take students onto the streets of Beijing where they can listen in on unscripted, informal conversations with native speakers of Chinese.


NEW! Level 2 DVDs Put Chinese in Natural Context


Take your students onto the streets of Beijing and other locations in China with the new Integrated Chinese Level 2 DVDs (available August, 2014). Students will encounter the lesson themes and vocabulary from their textbooks used in natural, conversational Chinese. Each 4-6 minute documentary-style episode features conversations with the co-hosts and friends, interviews with native speakers of Chinese, and interviews with non-native speakers living and working in China. Students will experience an in-depth exploration of themes in contemporary Chinese culture and society.


NEW! Online Video Activity Worksheets


Pre-viewing, viewing, and post-viewing activities that support instruction using the videos will be available on the Integrated Chinese Companion Website this August.

Designed for use with Integrated Chinese, the DVDs are adaptable to all types of Chinese courses.

In this Series


Level 1 DVDs

  • Each DVD includes all dialogues and narratives from the corresponding Level 1 textbooks
  • Cultural segments for each lesson put language in context with authentic speakers around Beijing
  • Optional subtitles in simplified and traditional characters, pinyin, and English

Level 2 DVDs

  • Language and themes from the textbook brought to life in real-life situations and interviews
  • Documentary-style episodes filmed in China feature authentic Chinese conversations
  • Candid interviews with native and non-native speakers of Chinese explore contemporary cultural understanding
  • Optional subtitles in simplified and traditional characters, pinyin, and English