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Greetings & Names

Lesson Plan
1 month 2 weeks ago
Learners will be able to - pronounce the letters ب ت ث -read and write those letters -identify those letters at the beginning, middle or end of a word -learn how to introduce themselves
Lesson Plan
4 months 1 week ago
Get the students to know how to greet each other; the number 1-10; the colors, the family members and hobbies.
Lesson Plan
4 months 1 week ago
1.Understand all the rules in Chinese class 2.Greet me in Chinese when they come to and leave Chinese class and know how to say谢谢 3.Know how to greet their peers and ask their names in Chinese 4.Master words of 5 colors and ask/answer questions in Chinese 5.Get a general knowledge of Mid Autumn Festival and make a paper lantern
Lesson Plan
4 months 1 week ago
The students will be able to greet each other in Arabic Ask about each other’s names. Answer the question of what’s your name in Arabic Count, understand, read and write numbers from (1-10) Understand the Arabic words for directions
Lesson Plan
5 months 5 days ago
By the end of the lesson Ss should be able to: - Say their new Arabic names. - Recognize some Arabic names. - Introduce themselves and their friends
Lesson Plan
5 months 1 week ago
• Name family members. • Design a poster about family tree. • Write whole words and simple phrases. • Ask and answer questions about the family members.
Lesson Plan
6 months 1 day ago
-Know more facts about Arabic language -Use Arabic greeting to greet somebody. -Introduce themselves, giving their name and nationality -introduce each other -Ask about each other’s names, age, school, grades -State where they live
Lesson Plan
6 months 6 days ago
By the end of the class, students will be able to 1. exchange greetings in Chinese; 2. ask for and say their names; 3. decide a Chinese name for themselves; 4. make a name card.
Lesson Plan
6 months 1 week ago
1. SS are able to greet in Chinese   2. SS are able to introduce themselves starting from their names 
Lesson Plan
6 months 1 week ago
Communication: Students can start a conversation by greeting each other hello in Chinese and they can continue the talk by asking each other’s name in Chinese. Cultures: Students can get some general idea about my Chinese city and school(local products/ scenery/food/fireworks /school and class size etc).Students can know the difference between the Chinese names and the American names. Comparisons:Students can have a clear understanding between the Chinese school and American schools( uniform, class size/subjects/schedule etc) after seeing the photos and videos from my Chinese school and students.

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