on February 25th, 2009

Procedures and Homework Assignments for 2/25/09

Procedure for HS 1P (2/25/09)

Objectives: 1) Students will utilize the audacity program to record their text passage and improve their pronunciation. 2) Students will utilize a few good website resources to learn Chinese enrichment materials.

功課: N/A

Procedure:

1. 1) Take one Websites slip. 2) Take one copy of Lesson 4 Text passage/Audacity Program Instruction sheet, if needed. 3) Draw two sticks to decide which two passages you need to record.

2. Follow the Audacity Program Instruction sheet to complete your task. Good luck and have fun surfing the websites.

Procedure for HS 2P/9P (2/25/09)

Objectives: 1) Students will utilize the audacity program to record their text passage and improve their pronunciation. 2) Students will utilize a few good website resources to learn Chinese enrichment materials.

功課: N/A

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one Websites slip. 2) Take one copy of Lesson 8 Text passage/Audacity Program Instruction sheet, if needed. 3) Make sure you record 8 country terms and draw one stick to decide which page (67 or 68) you need to read/record.
  2. Follow the Audacity Program Instruction sheet to complete your task. Good luck and have fun surfing the websites.

Procedure for MS 3P/5P (2/25/09)

Objectives: 1) Students will learn Chinese terms for body parts today. 2) Students will finish up the Animals handout and complete their last 3 sentences for their oral presentation.

H/W: Memorize the body parts.

Procedure:

1. 1) Pass out the body part handout. 2) Makeup test, if any.

2. Finish up the Animals handout.

3. Teach new terms (zui, xihuan) and the last three sentence patterns (I zui xi huan … colors, I zui xi huan … sports, I zui xi huan ….. animals).

4. Students construct their last three sentences. Collect (draft #1 and the 3 new sentences).

5. Go over major body parts (head, hair, eye, eyebrow, nose, mouth, ears, hand, leg, feet, shoulder, knee…). Prepare for tomorrow games (Simon says, Who’s the leader).

6. Singing time: “Head/Shoulder/Knee/Toe.”

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