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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.
Curricula
5 years 3 months ago
This curriculum for Chinese I outlines the topics, objectives, goals, general syllabus, grading policy, and textbook used for a yearlong Chinese I class.  Goals are complemented with expected student outputs by the end of course, and they are measured by the ACTFL guidelines in the four language skills.  Also included are topics covered such as greetings, shopping, weather, places of interest in China and Taiwan, school life, and family.
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
Students Will be able to revise the vocabulary related to greetings.
Curricula
5 years 3 months ago
Students enrolled in this introductory course will explore the Chinese language and culture in instructional activities that reduce anxiety and generate enthusiasm through a friendly, visual approach. Students speak the language from the first lesson in basic thematic units that promote effective communication. This exploratory course also offers students a taste of the art, music, and literature of China.
Curricula
5 years 3 months ago
Students are introduced to the phonetic system of modern standard Mandarin Chinese, including pin yin, transliteration, and tones.  Students develop skills in listening and speaking, reading and writing.  Students read and write 300 Chinese characters.
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
Students will learn about sports, Beijing Olympics and its mascots,
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
Students will be able to: Use the vocabulary related to food items to purchase food Use the vocabulary related to directions
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
Students will be able to learn The names of the colors The meaning of colors in China Use the vocabulary to describe the objects around them.  
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5 years 3 months ago
Lesson Plan
5 years 3 months ago
Students will be able to express the daily and holiday activities. Students will be able to make phone calls in Chinese. Students will be able to express where they are and what they are doing (the present progressive tense). Students will feel more comfortable using Chinese to communicate.  

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