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Overlap between old and new HSK character lists (and UK A-level)


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Hehe. I think you are over-reading what I wrote, though I wasn't being terribly clear, either. ;)

I just meant that you could use the old/new HSK list intersection data below to create some bar diagrams showing the distribution of New HSK list words (levels 1 through 6) over the Old HSK vocab list levels (levels 1 through 4). The reverse (Old HSK distributed over New HSK levels) might also be interesting. You could create the diagrams in Excel in about 10 minutes.

Old HSK 1 => New HSK 1 : 132

Old HSK 2 => New HSK 1 : 8

Old HSK 3 => New HSK 1 : 4

Old HSK 4 => New HSK 1 : 0

Old HSK 1 => New HSK 2 : 123

Old HSK 2 => New HSK 2 : 20

Old HSK 3 => New HSK 2 : 9

Old HSK 4 => New HSK 2 : 2

Old HSK 1 => New HSK 3 : 204

Old HSK 2 => New HSK 3 : 75

Old HSK 3 => New HSK 3 : 17

Old HSK 4 => New HSK 3 : 6

Old HSK 1 => New HSK 4 : 185

Old HSK 2 => New HSK 4 : 318

Old HSK 3 => New HSK 4 : 49

Old HSK 4 => New HSK 4 : 20

Old HSK 1 => New HSK 5 : 96

Old HSK 2 => New HSK 5 : 684

Old HSK 3 => New HSK 5 : 323

Old HSK 4 => New HSK 5 : 122

Old HSK 1 => New HSK 6 : 13

Old HSK 2 => New HSK 6 : 177

Old HSK 3 => New HSK 6 : 694

Old HSK 4 => New HSK 6 : 1289

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Dear colleagues (especially elliott50),

the data you found is of great value for everyone dealing with Chinese language teaching. Would it be possible to bring this into a more citable version (including your real names)? Have you ever thought of publishing this (even just on one page) in a related organ? As one of the responsibles of the German Chinese Language Teachers Association, I would like to ask you to send me the data you have found concerning new HSK in a publishable version.

You find my mail adress in the web,

www.fachverband-chinesisch.de

Andreas Guder

By the way, during a consultation with European Chinese Language Teaching Associations in March, Hanban has agreed to de-link New HSK from the CERF!

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