The Second Oceania Chinese Teachers’ Conference

The Second Oceania Chinese Teachers Conference, organized by the Confucius Institute in the University of Auckland, ILEP, and the New Zealand Chinese Teachers Association, will be held in Auckland, New Zealand on 24th June, 2017.

The conference will offer a series of Chinese teaching and learning seminars, professional development workshops, and provide Chinese teaching resources to all teachers. It is also an opportunity for networking and learning from each other. The conference will draw the attention of Chinese teachers and experts from New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, China, the United States, Canada and other countries.

Time: 24th June, 2017, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm;
Location: University of Auckland Epsom Campus;
Registration: Please click the following link to fill the registration form. One form per person only. Please do not fill one form for multiple persons’ information.
Registration fee: New Zealand Chinese Teachers Association registered members and students NZ$ 50; Non-members NZ$ 80. Registration fee includes lunch, dinner and 2 refreshments.
Registration deadline: 31st May.
Early birds rate: register before 31st March, members and students NZ$ 40; Non-members NZ$70.
Payment: Please transfer the registration fee to the association account.
New Zealand Chinese Language Teachers Association (NZCLTA)
ASB Account #: 12-3617-0005091-00
Please make sure to include your name in the reference, for example: T. Huang.


                                                             Mock Exam Paper 2017

Dear Chinese language teachers:                                                                                           


Hope you all have a good start at school in 2017,the year of roaster, and everything goes well with all of you!

We believe that everyone has been busy starting Term One and preparing for the school year!  Part of the plan for teachers with senior classes, it is time to plan for the year assessments in 2017 and mock exam papers are especially important. According to the requirement of NCEA schools are not allowed to use the old exam papers for their mock exam.

With the support from ILEP Chinese, the New Zealand Chinese Language Teachers Association, NZCLTA, has organized Chinese language teachers nationwide to write listening and reading mock exam papers for Chinese Level One, Level Two and Level Three in 2015 and 2016. In 2017, the Auckland branch is happy to continue the job by inviting a group of experienced NCEA teachers to write new mock exam papers under supervision of experts nationwide in New Zealand.

All the Reading exam papers include Resource Booklet, exam Question Papers and Schedule while all the Listening exam papers include a CD, CD Transcript, exam Question Papers and Schedule. The schedules could be adjusted according to the answer information from students.

The exam papers will be available in PDF via email or hard copy via courier at the beginning of Term Three in 2017

These exam papers include Level 1, 2 and 3, 6 standards in total. The price of each standard is $30 for NZCLTA member and $50 for non-member. To value the hard work of all people involved and to respect those teachers who have paid for the exam papers, a kind reminder here to all those teachers who are to purchase the exam papers, will you please not share the exam papers with others?

For any teachers who need the mock exam papers before Term three, you may also order the mock exams created in 2015 and 2016 and the price is the same as 2017.

Last but not the least, we encourage teachers to join NZCLTA and the annual fee is $30 per teacher. As a member you will enjoy free workshops and discounted price to purchase the mock exam papers It is really worthy of it!

Click here to download the membership form to join us. 

Click here to download the order form and email the form with the evidence of your payment to

Wish you all have a happy and successful Year of Roaster!

NZCLTA and the Auckland Branch


The 10th "Chinese Bridge" Speech Competition for Secondary and Intermediate School Students Auckland Regional Competition 2017

Dear teachers,

2017 Chinese Speech Competition Auckland Regional will take place on Sat 13 May.

Click here to download detailed information about the competition and registration.  Please encourage your students to participate.

This year’s registration has been changed to online registration, that is, each student needs to register online by their own. A summary of school registrations will be sent to you in the first term break, so that you can help with your registered students to prepare when the 2nd term starts. 

More detailed competition program will be emailed to you in due course.

Thank you for your support to the event, we look forward to seeing you and your students soon in May.


Distinguished Teacher Awards for Chinese Language Teachers in New Zealand Schools

The application of 2017 Distinguished Teacher Awards for Chinese Language Teachers in New Zealand Schools is start now.

Deadline for submission of all materials and video: 30th June, 2017

Please click here to get detailed information


Ministry of Education Language Immersion Award for Teachers of chinese

Do you want to engage your students to achieve more in their Chinese language learning?
Is your school currently introducing or does it already have an existing Chinese language programme?
Has your school recently received ALLiS funding?
Do you want to improve your Chinese language and cultural knowledge?
Do you want to create vibrant language lessons with updated knowledge?

If you answered YES to any of these then applying for an LIA for Chinese language could help you achieve your goals for immersion, culture and language through this funded study opportunity in China.  This study award, through AFS, will arrange and support your enrolment with one of 3 leading Universities in China offering Chinese language programmes for short or long term study.

The Universities have been selected to ensure that the study aligns with the outcomes expected for the LIA across all levels.  Focus your study on language skills, cultural knowledge, teaching pedagogy and methodology, all while living on campus and leading your own learning.  Create an impact back in the classroom for your students, colleagues and wider community.

Email for more information.