Teaching Chinese hieroglyphs in accordance with the ways of their formation as the best method of teaching hieroglyphs to foreigners
Chinese characters are ideographic writing, the strokes in which are written in accordance with certain rules and must fit in a square. Almost every Chinese hieroglyph has an independent, but certain form, pronunciation, and meaning. They are freely combined following the rules of grammar. Strokes in hieroglyphs can be many, and they have a complex structure. Even with a simple method of teaching the Chinese language, students need to mechanically memorize many monotonous characters, so they believe that the Chinese language is difficult, and it is not easy to spark interest in them. Introduction of new rules can significantly solve the problem of basic issues related to teaching Chinese hieroglyphs. This training method embraces the essential features of writing Chinese hieroglyphs, which makes learning more vivid and interesting, thereby obtaining a good result with low effort.