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  1. I'm wondering if anyone has figured out a way to add pinyin conversions for mandarin characters easily inside of Evernote either as you are taking notes or after the fact. I'm a Chinese learner and would really like to find an easy way to do this. Any other tips would be greatly appreciated if there are any other users who regularly use mandarin and English side by side. Thanks
  2. I teach in a Mandarin immersion program in which the students are learning both English and Mandarin with myself teaching English while my partner handles the Mandarin. I was thinking of having the students create a dictionary using whiteboards to capture the translation of characters to English or vise a versa and capturing the work with a camera. I would create a shared notebook and at least initially I would load the images myself. I've had students create something along these lines before using index cards and keeping them on a binder ring, and I was thinking that by doing it this way we could have a searchable database of current words that they are studying as well as a reference for later in the year when we were finished.
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