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4 years 2 months ago
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4 years 3 months ago
Lesson Plan
4 years 3 months ago
Communications: Students will be able to say different time and activities in Chinese with each other. Cultures: Students will be able to know the time and daily activities about Chinese students. Comparisons: Students will be able to compare their time and daily activities with those of Chinese students. Connection: Students will be able to connect their time and daily activities with those of Chinese students.
Lesson Plan
4 years 3 months ago
learn the words about hobbies in Chinese; type their hobbies in Chinese using the website “quizlet"; ask and answer “what’s your hobby?” describe what they do after school using first…and then… make a poster about their hobbies and give an oral presentation on introduction to themselves as well as their hobbies
Lesson Plan
4 years 3 months ago
Students should know Arabic words and simple sentences of school places and facilities. Students should understand how to use and say the definite article in Arabic.
Lesson Plan
4 years 3 months ago
Communications: Students will be able to describe their sickness and learn basic conversion on seeing a doctor. Cultures: Students will be able to know about medicine and hospitals in China. Comparisons: Students will be able to compare their way of seeing a doctor with the way people do in China. Connection: Students will be able to connect their way of seeing a doctor with the way people do in China.
Curricula
4 years 8 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. 

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