Chinese

Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
This newsletter contains graphics to engage students to learn more about Chinese and Chinese food.  In addition to a word of the month and a Chinese tongue twister, it has recipes for chicken soup and dumplings.  
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
This newsletter contains graphics and hyperlinks to engage students to learn more about the Mid-Autumn festival, the Ming and Qing dynasties, Beijing, and the Forbidden City.
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
This syllabus introduces how to get parents involved in their children’s study of Chinese.  Mini-lessons about travel within China, festivals, food, music, geography and history, and calligraphy are included, as well as brief descriptions of cultural presentations.
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
This powerpoint teaches the ways that Chinese write their names.  This presentation is sequenced after students learn about family relationships.  The ordering of names is discussed, made concrete with comparisons to celebrities, and the meaning of names is surveyed.  Students create their own names using a website as a reinforcing activity.
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
This powerpoint teaches the cultural values and vocabulary of Chinese families. The one-child policy is discussed, and both the family names and relationships among generations are presented.  Student practice includes oral sentences about their families, as well as the construction of their own family trees.
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
This powerpoint teaches the Chinese numbers 1-10 using approaches across learning styles.  Vocabulary is introduced and practiced with a song.  Chinese ways of counting with hands are shown, and both oral and written practice is included using phone numbers and mathematics.
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
This powerpoint is designed to show parents why Chinese is important to study and both how and what their children will learn.  Activities used to teach about Chinese culture, people, festivals, history, geography, and arts are surveyed.  Also included are class expectations, grading policy, and requirements.
Curricula
5 years 3 months ago
This curriculum for Chinese IB II course of IV outlines the topics, objectives, goals, general syllabus, grading policy, and textbook used for a semester-long class.  Units are broken into 6 week sections, and they cover various topics ranging from grammar, selecting universities, renting apartments, making friends, popular culture, and changes of status.
Curricula
5 years 3 months ago
This curriculum for Chinese III outlines the topics, objectives, goals, general syllabus, grading policy, and textbook used for a semester-long class.  Units are broken into 6 week sections, and they cover various topics ranging from grammar, sports, expressing time, traveling, word order, and terms of address and assessment.  
Curricula
5 years 3 months ago
This curriculum for Chinese II outlines the topics, objectives, goals, general syllabus, grading policy, and textbook used for a semester-long class.  Units are broken into 6 week sections, and they cover various topics ranging from grammar, comparative statements, weather and transportation, ordinal numbers, studying, school, and shopping.

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