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Learning Chinese at Shaker Heights High School
----Lauryn Hobbs

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Eighth grade at Shaker Middle, we met with our counselors and chose what classes we would take next year at the high school. I had been taking French those past two years and it wasn't going well. I wanted to take a language I felt I would enjoy and more importantly use. With China becoming a growing world power in all types of industries, it seemed like the most practical for future use. So I started my freshman year of high school and at the beginning, it was relatively easy, learning words like thank you and goodbye. But as the year went on the words and characters got harder and harder. Learning Chinese is really like learning two languages. You learn how to speak and how to write; unlike other languages like Latin or French which are really only speaking and grammar based. Nonetheless, I was able to make it through with the help of my wonderful teacher Miss Luling Li who challenges all of her students and makes us successful. That is why every year; so many Chinese language students participate in the Confucius Classroom teacher's appreciation day at Cleveland State. It is so encouraging seeing so many students from so many different schools perform on the stage, to know that we all are learning Chinese at different levels, and to appreciate the diversity of students. Now in my junior year of high school, Chinese this year is very hard, but I know it will all be worth it when I can use what I learned in Chinese class in college and beyond.
 

 
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