Chinese

Online Resource
4 years 2 weeks ago
Online Resource
4 years 2 weeks ago
Lesson Plan
4 years 1 month 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 1 month 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 1 month 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.
Lesson Plan
4 years 1 month ago
It's a lesson plan about the names of clothes. After this lesson, students will be able to communicate with each other and express their favorite color and clothes. They will also discuss what to ware. Created by Zhou Ying 2011-2012 teacher
Curricula
4 years 6 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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