Archive for September, 2008

Procedures and Homework Assignments for 9/29/08

Procedure for HS 10 (9/29/08)

 

Objective: Students will be able to write old/new vocabulary and use new vocabulary in old/new sentence patterns.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one square paper.  2) Quiz on Friday.  Last quiz papers will be returned after Dean finishes taking his makeup quiz today. 
  2. Monday Sharing. 
  3. Dictation on dry erase board (characters, terms, sentences).
  4. Complete the remaining sentence patterns (second half of Lesson 11 handout).
  5. Model the remaining characters. 

 

H/W: 1) Bring your workbook on Wednesday.  2) Write the remaining characters as homework assignment tonight.  3) Practice writing and memorize all characters.  3) Review your handout for sentence patterns.  4) Read/Preview textbook pgs. 93-100.  5) Utilize tomorrow very wisely and effectively!

 

 

Procedure for HS 20/90 (9/29/08)

 

Objective: 1) Prepare students with new sentence structure for their oral presentation.  2) Practice reading sentences for oral fluency.  3) Students will be able to say/tell/count numbers from 0 to 100 before Friday

Procedure:

  1. Monday Sharing.
  2. Make arrangement with Ms. Chang for your counting numbers quiz (20 points).  Due this Friday.  If not, take it in class!!
  3. Teach new vocabulary (jiāfamily, yǒu have, … gè rén 個人… persons, suìyears old, ér zi兒子 son, nǚ ér 女兒 daughter, tā/he/she) and sentence patterns (I am…, There are … people in my family, They are ….., I am ….years old).
  4. Write sample sentences and make your own sentences.
  5. Write your sentences/Pair practice (read your sentences to your partner).
  6. Practice reading sentences (Review Sheet #1).

 

H/W: 1) Memorize new terms (jiāfamily, yǒu have, … gè rén 個人… persons, suìyears old, ér zi兒子 son, nǚ ér 女兒 daughter, tā/he/she ).  2) Practice saying your sentences.  We will take turns reading in the class.  3) Practice counting numbers 0-100.

 

 

 

 

 

Procedure for MS 30 (9/29/08)

 

Objective: 1) Students orally introduce all about themselves.  2) Students familiarize themselves with direction terms.

Procedure:

  1. Monday Sharing.
  2. Oral presentation.  Turn in your hardcopy for grades.
  3. Teach new terms (directions—up, down, left, right, front, behind), if time allows.

 

H/W: Memorize new direction terms.

 

 

Procedure for MS 50 (9/29/08)

 

Objective: 1) Students familiarize themselves with direction terms.  2) Students have their oral presentation copy proofread.

Procedure:

  1. Monday sharing.
  2. Review new terms (directions—up, down, left, right, front, behind).
  3. Pair practice.
  4. Game: pin the donkey tail.
  5. Check draft for oral presentation.

 

H/W: 1) Practice your oral presentation (#1-#14).  2) Finalize your hardcopy to turn in on Wednesday.

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Procedures and homework for 9/26/08

Procedure for HS 1st period (9/26/08)

1.  Return writing assignment (Lesson 11) and Reflections on Presentation.

2.  Dictation on dry erase board (vocabulary, terms, and sentences)

3.  Teach two sentence patterns in the handout (#4/#5).

4.  View video “China”.

Procedure for HS 2nd/9th periods (9/26/08)

1.  Quiz.

2.  View video “China”.

3.  Return writing assignment (Reflections on Presentations).

 

Procedure for MS 3rd/5th Periods (9/26/08)

1.  Collect class notes for grades (20 points).  Change seats (5th period only).

2.  Return your writing assignment (China–10 points).

3.  View Video.

4.  Teach new terms (5th period only–up, down, left, right, front, and back).

5.  Ms. Chang check your oral presentation draft.

 

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Procedures and homework for 9/25/08

Procedure for HS 1 period (9/25/08)

1.  Turn in your homework.

2.  Review/Sound out the vocabulary learned from yesterday.

3.  Dictation (Informal assessment) on dry erase board.

4.  Teach new sentence patterns (first half of our handout).

5.  Class work (making sentences and terms).

6.  Teach new characters.

H/W: write these new characters, one row each.

Procedure for HS 2/9 Periods (9/25/08)

1.  Quiz tomorrow (classroom expressions, family members, compound vowels).

2.  Informal assessment on dry erase board (family members, compound vowels).

3.  Review classroom expressions.  Go over sample questions for quiz tomorrow.

4.  Continue Review Sheet #1 (We are reading sentences!!!).

H/W: Review for quiz tomorrow.

Procedure for MS 3/5 periods (9/25/08)

1.  Class notes due tomorrow.  Oral presentation starts next Monday.   Turn in your hard copy when giving the presentation.

2.  Ms. Chang Checks your draft for tone marks and spellings mistakes.

3.  Show and tell.

4.  Introduce websites (will continue).

H/W: Finalize your oral presentation draft.

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Procedures and homework for 9/24/08

Procedure for HS 1 period (9/24/08)

1.  Prepare for Lesson 11.  Read new vocabulary. 

2.  Model Stroke order. 

H/W: 1) Write the first 10 characters, 1 row each.  Make sure you can write the characters without looking.  2) Make index cards to play around and memorize the terms.  Make sure you can identify the terms when you hear or read them in the text.

Procedure for HS 2P/9P (9/24/08)

1.  Try on Dry Erase Board (family members).
2.  Try Random Number Generator.
3.  Try Classroom Expressions matching.
4.  Continue Compound Vowels (uo, üe) in Compound Vowels handout.

5.  Pair practice.
6.  Start Review sheet #1, if time remains.

H/W: practice blending, classroom expressions, and family members.

Procedure for MS 3P/5P (9/24)

1.  Complete the writing assignment from reading packet.  Collect for grades.

2.  Continue writing one last sentence for the oral presentation next week. 

3.  Learn new terms for animals, if other than the ones presented by Ms. Chang.

4.  Read your sentences to your partner.

5.  Show and tell.

H/W: 1) Class notes are due this Friday.   2) Write a final edition (2 copies) for your oral presentation.  One copy to keep in the presentation and one copy to turn in to Ms. Chang in the presentation.

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Procedures and Homework for 9/23/08

Procedures for HS 1P (9/23/08)

1.  1) Turn in your writing assignment for presentations.  2)  Take one copy of Lesson 11 handout (supplementary material and stroke order) and one copy of square paper for tomorrow’s writing assignment.

2.  Quiz.

H/W: preview Lesson 11 handout.

Procedure for 9/23/08

1.  1) Turn in your writing assignment for presentations.  2) Take one handout (Review Sheet #1).  3)  Sign up date/time with Ms. Chang for counting assignment.

2.  Informal assessment on dry erase board (family members).

3.  Review classroom expressions.

4.  Teach new compound vowels (ia, ie, ua).

H/W: Practice counting, blending, and classroom expressions.

H/W

Procedure for MS 3P/5P

1.  Review sports and body parts.  Informal Assessment.

2.  Finish reading packet.  Working on writing packet.  Finish in class tomorrow and collect for grades.

3.  Finish up class notes.  Due this Friday.

4.  Teach new terms (animals).

 

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Procedures and Homework for 9/22/08

Procedure for HS 10 (9/22/08)

 

Objective: Review and be ready for quiz tomorrow (Lesson 10).

 

1.                  Return all papers.  Writing assignment due tomorrow.

2.                  Monday sharing.

3.                  Finish Lesson 10 (pages 90-91). 

4.                  Review sample questions for quiz tomorrow.

H/W: Go over vocabulary and sentence patterns.  

Procedure for HS 20/90 (9/22/08)

 

Objective: Complete classroom expressions.

1.                  1) Return quiz papers.  2) Writing assignment due tomorrow—reflection on two presentations.  3) Counting assignment due within next two weeks (from 9/22-10/3; counting from 0 to 100, sign up your time/date w/Ms. Chang; 20 points).  4) Quiz this Friday (family members, classroom expressions, & blendings).

2.                  Monday sharing.

3.                  Review counting from 0-100. 

4.                  Learn new terms (family members, classroom expressions).

 

H/W: 1) practice counting, classroom expressions, and blending.  2) Make your own index cards for family members.

Procedure for MS 30/50 (9/22/08)

 

Objective: Complete oral presentation sentences.

  1. Monday sharing. 
  2. Review body parts and sport terms.
  3. Pair practice saying all terms.
  4. Continue writing new sentences (I like …. (sports)).
  5. Read all completed sentences to your partner (9 sentences so far).  I am …., There are … people in my family, They are….., I am … years old.  My birthday is …….  My home phone number is …., My address is ….., My favorite color is …., I like playing <sports>.
  6. Organize your class notes for checking this Friday (30 points).
  7. Pass out reading packet about China.

 

 

 

 

 

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Procedures and Homework for 9/19/08

Procedure for HS 10 (9/19/08)

 

1.     Take handouts.  Group Activity.

2.     Survey 1.  Due on 9/23.

3.     Mr. Wilch’ presentation. 

 

H/W: 1) Review over the weekend for quiz (lesson 10) on next Tuesday. 2) Write a paragraph describing two presentations (5-7 sentences).  3) Preview Lesson 11.    

 

Procedure for HS 20 /90 (9/19/08)

 

 

1.     Quiz (numbers, consonants/vowels).

2.     Survey 1.  Due on 9/23.

3.     Mr. Wilch’s presentation.

 

 

H/W: write the paragraph (5-7 sentences).

Procedure for MS 30 /50 (9/19/08)

 

 

1.     Review all colors.

2.     Quiz (colors).

3.     Review body parts.  Game time maybe.

4.     Zodiac story.

5.     Learn new terms (sports).

6.     Pair practice (copy notes, pronunciation).

 

 

 

 

 

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Procedures and Homework for 9/19/2008

Procedure for HS 10 (9/19/08)

 

1.     Take handouts.  Group Activity.

2.     Survey 1.  Due on 9/23.

3.     Mr. Wilch’ presentation. 

 

H/W: 1) Review over the weekend for quiz (lesson 10) on next Tuesday. 2) Write a paragraph describing two presentations (5-7 sentences).  3) Preview Lesson 11.    

Procedure for HS 20 /90 (9/19/08)

 

 

1.     Quiz (numbers, consonants/vowels).

2.     Survey 1.  Due on 9/23.

3.     Mr. Wilch’s presentation.

 

 

H/W: write the paragraph (5-7 sentences).

 

Procedure for MS 30 /50 (9/19/08)

 

 

1.     Review all colors.

2.     Quiz (colors).

3.     Review body parts.  Game time maybe.

4.     Zodiac story.

5.     Learn new terms (sports).

6.     Pair practice (copy notes, pronunciation).

 

 

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Procedures and Homework for 9/18/2008

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Procedure for HS 10 (9/18/08)

Objective: Learn to describe people in terms of physical characteristics and grade levels.

1. Dictation on dry erase board. Demonstrate and practice handwriting characters.

2. Continue on Lesson 10 (pages 86-88).

3. Q/A session.

H/W: Review Lesson 10 for early next week’s quiz.

Procedure for HS 20 /90 (9/18/08)

Objectives: Students have general idea about what the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival is.

1. Review all consonants/vowels/terms (the first/second/third/fourth tone, stand up, sit down, bow, j, q, x, ao, ai, ei, ou) from yesterday.

2. Quiz on dry erase board. Try random numbers generator game to practice saying numbers in Chinese.

  1. Introduce mid-autumn festival. Show and tell: projects from last year (moon cake, tea, and grape). Tell the legend story.

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4. Newspaper activity (search for Chinese characters 0-10, 20 only).

H/W: Review for tomorrow’s quiz.

Procedure for MS 30 /50 (9/18/08)

Objectives: Students have a general idea about what the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival is.

1. Review all colors for quiz tomorrow.

2. Review body parts.

3. Game time: 1) Simon says 2) Follow the leader.

  1. Introduce mid-autumn festival; show and tell: projects from last year (moon cake, tea, and grape). Tell the legend story.
  2. Newspaper activity (search for Chinese characters 0-10).

H/W: review colors for quiz.

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Procedures and Homework for 9/18/2008

Procedure for HS 10 (9/17/08)

 

Objective: Familiarize oneself with correct characters’ stroke order.

 

1.     Turn in your homework from yesterday.  Extend one more day for the students who did not see it yesterday. 

2.     TPR/Informal assessment on body parts on dry erase board. 

3.     Demonstrate how to write characters (textbook and supplementary materials).  Practice writing characters on dry erase board.

4.     Listening comprehension activity: drawing on board.

 

H/W: Practice writing all body parts on your own. 

Procedure for HS 20 /90 (9/17/08)

 

Objective: Students will be able to discriminate new compound vowels.

 

1.     Take one handout.  Quiz this Friday,

2.     Review (numbers 0-10, stand up, sit down, and bow). Informal assessment on dry erase board (j, q, x, numbers 0-10).

3.     Teach new terms—Classroom Expressions (the first/second/third/fourth tone). 

4.     Introduce one counting piece (1-3, 3-1, 1-7, and 7-1)/Song (bpmf).

 

b   p   m   f   d   t   n   l   g   k   h   j   q   x

 

5.     Introduce compound vowels (ai, ei, ao, ou).  Go over the handout.  Check individual’s pronunciation 

 

H/W: Review all old/new terms from yesterday/today.

Procedure for MS 30/50 (9/17/08)

 

Objective: Students learn body parts through various games. 

 

1.     Game: Scissors, rock, and cloth (30).

2.     Review all colors with index cards.

3.     Activity (1-3, 3-1, 1-7, and 7-1)/Song: Where’s my friend? 

4.     Teach new terms: (body parts). 

5.     Game: Ms. Chang says…touch your ….

6.     Pair practice all body parts/oral presentation.

7.     Group activity: phone numbers.

 

 

Front Page on September 17th, 2008