Track: Industry 4.0
Along with the rapid advances in technology and innovation today because of globalization of the 21st century and the industrial revolution 4.0, educational learning outcomes need to be maintained so as not to deviate to the point of failure. Mandarin is a compulsory subject in Three Language schools (Indonesian, English, Mandarin). Thus, learning Mandarin at the Three-Language School also involves all forms of innovation and transformation that are currently taking place in the delivery of learning materials and learning assessments. Learning outcomes from learning are students' ability to communicate. This paper intends to analyze the latest technological advances and innovations in the Chinese language teaching process along with student test scores, data collection methods based on student activity in collecting assignments in Google Classroom (GCR) and students' final grades. The respondents of this study were 26 junior high school students at the Pahoa Three Language School, Tangerang. The exam questions include completing the dialogue (60%), answering questions after hearing the contents of the text (30%) and answering questions from reading (10%). The learning process that lasted for 4 months was evaluated 5 times with assignment at GCR. The conclusion of this study is that the intensity of task collection has a close relationship with test results. This research is expected to be a reference for further research by utilizing technology and innovation in learning and assignments, especially in foreign language learning.