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Lesson Plan
1 year 3 weeks ago
It is an interesting lesson about animals. Ss learn the Arabic names of some animals. They also draw and do puzzles to learn how to say I have an animal in Arabic.
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
Using guessing game in the middle to stimulate the students to remember is my first attempt. I will try to make it better and better by using it in different classes.
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
At the end of this lesson, 1.students know He She in Chinese. 2. they can tell the difference between character 3.they can introduce their classmate, friend and family's name.
Curricula
1 year 1 month ago
This Jeopardy game is designed in order to be used to revise SS's vocabulary that have been studied before.
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
Objectives: 1. Students can borrow classroom supplies in Chinese
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
A variety of joyful activities to make your students introduce themselves and others.
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
It is a very interesting treasure hunt lesson through which Ss can be introduced to the Arabic letters, numbers, books and Egyptian culture as well. SS have to decode Arabic letters and numbers and pop balloons in order to solve clues to find the mummy.
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
Slides that go with the lesson plan (My Family / Vocabulary) It has the presentation and the games.
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
This lesson plan introduce family vocabulary. I depends in repetition. It has a few activities to make the students use the vocabulary.
Lesson Plan
1 year 1 month ago
• Proactively say hello and goodbye to each other. • Respectfully say hell and goodbye to the teacher. • Politely answer to other’s greetings. • Ask for each other’s name and introduce oneself. • Use the pronouns 你/我/她/他 + 叫什么名字? • Count numbers from 0 to 99. • Be able to say how old they are and ask someone their age. • Be able to write some easy Chinese Characters.

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