Chinese

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5 years 8 months ago
The goal of this lesson is to say numbers of 1- 10 in Chinese and can read number character of one to ten.
Lesson Plan
5 years 8 months ago
1. Ss will know the unlucky and lucky numbers in China. 2. Ss will know how to say 0-10 in Mandarin. 3. Ss will know how to ask and answer dates and weekdays in Mandarin.
Lesson Plan
5 years 8 months ago
1. Ss will know the unlucky and lucky numbers in China. 2. Ss will know how to say 0-10 in Mandarin. 3. Ss will know how to ask and answer dates and weekdays in Mandarin.
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5 years 8 months ago
Lesson goals: 1. Students will have a basic understanding of what was a Chinese family composed of in the ancient times and what is a family look like nowadays. 2. Students know how to address their family members in Chinese. 3. Students can do a brief introduction about their family members.
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5 years 8 months ago
1. Students will be able to sing along with the video of Two Tigers and at the end of the class, students will be able to use the body parts they learn to replace the original body parts in the song. 2. Students will be able to say out some body parts in Chinese and respond to me when I say some body parts in Chinese. 3. Students will be able to use the sentence pattern to describe the function of some body parts in Chinese.
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5 years 8 months ago
1.The students should be able to make a short conversation freely and independently in Mandarin Chinese, concerning the topics of greetings, questions and answers about names, favorite countries, colors and numbers. 2.The students should be able to say out the colors of the national flags in different countries. 3.The students should be able to recognize and understand the meanings of certain Chinese characters, such as mouth, eyes, hand, observe their components and find their connections with the the features of the corresponding body parts. 4.The students should be able to act out the touch head, shoulder, knees and toes game with other instructions such as put up, clap, nod, shake, put down, clap, stomp corresponding body parts independently and creatively after the teacher’s demonstration with the first group of students and summarize the English meanings of the body parts and observe the similarities and differences in numeral and descriptive words before the nouns between Chinese and English. 5. Play the game Ms. Wang says (Simon says) to practice immediate reactions to instructions with body parts.
Lesson Plan
5 years 8 months ago
Teaching objectives: 1. Students will be able to understand the meaning of the whole song. 2. Students will be able to sing the whole song in Chinese, meanwhile can add to some action according the lyrics. 3. Students will be able to do the translation on greeting expressions between Chinese and English according to lyrics, 你好-hello, 早上好-good morning, 晚上好-good evening, 我是老师-I’m a teacher, 你是老师-You are a teacher, 我是学生-I’m a student, 你是学生-You are a student, 来来来-Come on, 你累了吗- Are you tired, 我累了-I’m tired, 晚安-Good night.
Lesson Plan
5 years 9 months ago
TSW listen, speak, read and write numbers, introductions and greetings.
Lesson Plan
5 years 9 months ago
1.Students know the custom of the Middle Autumn Festival. 2.Students know the origin of the Middle Autumn Festival and the meaning to the Chinese. 3.Students can sing the song Moon Festival. 4.Students can understand the meaning of Libai’s Thoughts in A Still Night, read the poem correctly and write it down in a hand-made fan.
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5 years 9 months ago
1.Students know how to greet each other and be able to give a simple self- introduction including their names. 2. Set up Chinese class expectation.

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