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Curricula
4 years 4 months ago
Syllabus for Chinese L1 learners
Curricula
5 years 3 months ago
TCLP Teacher Teriza Malak created a website to host her materials for an Arabic I Curriculum. Visit the webpage at https://sites.google.com/a/watertown.k12.ma.us/teriza-malak/home Topics include: Home The Alphabet Vowels Greetings Numbers School Commands Tell the Time Daily Routine Days of the Week Months of the Year Present Verbs with Singular Pronouns Family Jobs Clothes Sentences with 'I' and verbs Colors Food Seasons and Weather Conjugating Verbs with Singular and Plural Pronouns Sports and Hobbies
Curricula
5 years 7 months ago
Due to the large size contained in this Arabic I High School curriculum, it has been moved to: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/twv0nival86dg50/AABco2HxbrUOyeNRVEPfObgka Please click the above link to view and download the curriculum. Topics covered: Animals Classroom Objects Clothes Colors Daily Routines Days of the Week Directions Emotions and Feelings Food Fruits Gender Roles Greeting People Jobs Letters Means of Transport Months of the Year Musical Instruments My House Numbers Parts of the Body School Subjects Seasons Sports Vegetables Working Places
Curricula
5 years 9 months ago
. By the end of this year the students will be able to: 1- Learn about and explore the Arab culture, language, customs, and values. 2- Introduce themselves, greet others and express basic courtesy. 3- Initiate, respond and carry out short conversations. 4- Talk and write about themselves, their families and daily routines. 5- Write short personal letters, greetings, or apologies. 6- Talk about personal needs, shop for gifts, and read bills and receipts. 7- Learn the basic vocabulary in order to ask for and give limited instructions and directions
Curricula
5 years 9 months ago
This curriculum for Chinese I outlines the topics, objectives, goals, general syllabus, grading policy, and textbook used for a yearlong Chinese I class.  Goals are complemented with expected student outputs by the end of course, and they are measured by the ACTFL guidelines in the four language skills.  Also included are topics covered such as greetings, shopping, weather, places of interest in China and Taiwan, school life, and family.
Curricula
5 years 11 months ago
The curriculum is  mapped for the entire year for high school students of Arabic 1.
Curricula
6 years 5 months ago
This is my syllabus for Chinese 1 at Audubon Charter School. Mandarin was introduced this year as a second foreign language. My mission is to introduce the students to Chinese as a foreign language and to have them exposed to some Chinese culture. Chinese is considered a “critical language”, and studying Chinese will provide students with more opportunities in the future. Besides, to study a foreign language is an important way to open our mind to the modern world, to appreciate cultural differences and to establish mutual understanding. This course is built on a realistic progression in which the students are acquiring tools to express themselves in Chinese as much as knowledge of the Chinese speaking world, and culture.