The multimedia dictionary created by younger students at the Shuren School, outside Beijing, includes 60 slides. Each slide includes a photograph depicting the word, along with the word written in Chinese and English and then used in a sentence (again, in both Chinese and English). An audio track accompanies each slide, with Shuren students taking turns saying the words and sentences in both languages.
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At AskAsia.org, a “Word of the Week” feature shares a new word each week from the Shuren students’ dictionary.