Chinese

Critical Language Project
7 months 4 weeks ago
Bridget Veitch (LaSalle Language Academy, 2018-2019), Kong Yanli (LaSalle Language Academy, 2018-2019), and Wang Xia (LaSalle Language Academy, 2018-2019) received a CLP grant for LaSalle Language Academy to hold a Spring Festival Celebration to teach the students and parent community about the Chinese New Year. The Spring festival at LaSalle will include student performances, authentic Chinese performers, a raffle, and silent auction items. It served the dual purpose of starting a fundraising campaign to help finance a potential TCLP teacher for LaSalle for the 2019/20 school year. Almost all the students of Mandarin performed in the event, and they took pride in rehearsing and performing. Over 300 people attended and the event was successful in raising funds for the school to get a TCLP teacher in 2019-2020.
Critical Language Project
7 months 4 weeks ago
Zhao Xin (Plantation Middle School, 2018-2019) and Roxana Rivero-Taube (Plantation Middle School, 2018-2019) received a CLP grant to hold a Chinese New Year Celebration for the students, teachers, parents, faculty, community members, and guests. From a series of activities, like lectures, assemblies, cross-culture fair, and Chinese Club, the people in the community will get a basic understanding and full engagement of Chinese Culture. The idea to spread the knowledge and understanding of Chinese culture, history, and traditions, as well as the language to the community at large in order to increase people's interest in Chinese culture and language learning. We will focus on the activities in Plantation Middle School as well as activities in elementary schools and high schools.
Critical Language Project
7 months 4 weeks ago
Roxana Rivero-Taube (Plantation Middle School, 2018-2019) and Zhao Xin (Plantation Middle School, 2018-2019) received a CLP grant for a Chinese Reading Club for students, teachers, and faculty. From a series of reading activities (such as cross-cultural fair, language art classes, Chinese Club, and Chinese classes) the learners in the community received a basic understanding and engagement with Chinese culture. It was intended to increase people’s interest in Chinese culture and language learning. Some of the activities will continue yearly for the Chinese program. The focus of the activities at Plantation Middle School as well as hosting some activities at the high school will also encourage parent involvement.
Lesson Plan
8 months 11 hours ago
Making an appointment SWBAT answer a phone call and initiate a phone conversation SWBAT set up an appointment with a teacher on the phone
Lesson Plan
8 months 2 days ago
1. Students can say eleven body parts in Mandarin Chinese: head, eye, nose, mouth, ear, shoulder, hand, arm, knee, leg, foot,(头、眼睛、鼻子、嘴、耳朵、肩膀、手、手臂、膝盖、腿、脚) 2. Students can sing a Chinese song about body parts. 3. Students can use the sentence patterns ‘This is my ……’ ( “这是我的……”) and I have one/two … (“我有一/两个…… ”) to introduce their body parts. 4. Students can touch the right body part when the teacher says the word.
Lesson Plan
8 months 3 days ago
1. Students will be able to know how to say body parts in Chinese (head, eyes, nose, ears, mouth, face, shoulder, arms, back, hands, fingers, knee, legs, feet, toes), and a sentence structure “The snowman has ---” “The snowman doesn’t have---”. 2. Students will be able to talk with their classmates about different body parts and their snowman using the words and sentences they have learned.
Lesson Plan
8 months 4 days ago
1. Students can know the orignin and culture of Jiaozi”饺子” in China. 2. Students can learn how to make Jiaozi. 3. Students can learn the different cooking styles of Jiaozi.
Lesson Plan
8 months 4 days ago
1. Students learn how to express the date; 2. Students will able to say the year, the month, the day and birthdays.
Lesson Plan
8 months 4 days ago
1. Students will know how to speak six countries' names in Chinese: zhong guo (China), mei guo (the U.S.), ying guo ( the U.K.), ri ben (Japan), jia na da (Canada), mo xi ge (Mexico) 2. Ask and answer about nationalities "ni shi a guo ren?" (What’s your nationality?) "wo shi ...。"(I am ....) 3. To ask and answer about others’ nationalities by using “ta shi a guo ren?” (What’s his/her nationality?) “ta shi…” (she/he is…) 4. To know “he and she” in Chinese, they have the same pronunciation, but Chinese characters are different.
Lesson Plan
8 months 5 days ago
By the end of the class, students will able to 1. say the directions: 上、下、左、右、前、后、中 上面 on/above/over、下面under/downward、左边on the left、右边on the right、 前面 in front of、 后面behind、 中间 in the middle。 2. say the positions of objects with the sentence: A在B的…position…。 eg. 苹果在香蕉的左边。 3. place things according to the directions heard. 4. describe the positions of objects.

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