on December 7th, 2009

Procedures for 12/7/09

HS 1P/2P/9P (12/7/09)

Objective: Students will make an audacity recording and type their script today.

Homework: 1) 3-sentence paragraph for Chinese I, 2) floor plan for Chinese II, & 3) your class schedule with teacher’s name and classroom number.

Procedure:

1. 1) Turn in your 5-sentence paragraph. Papers will be returned tomorrow for Tuesday sharing. 2) Draw your two sticks for sentences/paragraphs.

2. Audacity recording: Name your file: 1) Chinese I: < last name > Lesson5, 2) Chinese II: < last name > Lesson3, and 3) Chinese III: < last name > Lesson 1. Submit into the corresponding folder HS1P, MS1P, HS2P, or HS 9P.

3. Chinese I: Log onto http://learningchineseonline.net/ to type three sentences (your name, your age, # of people in your family) with Pinyin and Chinese characters. Collect. Turn in your text passage slip with your name on it so that Ms. Chang can make comments on it. Practice memory or flash card game (www.yellowbridge.com).

4. Chinese II: Log onto http://www.inputking.com to type your script for oral presentation. Script and model/poster/PP file/movie clips are due on this Friday. Turn in your text passage slip with your name on it so that Ms. Chang can make comments on it.

5. Chinese III: Turn in your class schedule with teacher’s name and classroom number tomorrow. Turn in your text passage slip with your name on it so that Ms. Chang can make comments on it.

MS 3P/5P (12/7/09)

Objectives: 1) Students will polish their writing/speaking/listening skills through a Monday sharing routine. 2) Students will continue to learn basic greeting terms.

Homework: Review all learned terms.

Procedure:

1. Monday sharing. Turn in your 5-sentence paragraph.

2. Return/Go over reading packet.

3. Quick review of all terms.

4. Teach new terms (Dui Bu Qi, Mei Guan Xi, Shang Ke, Xia Ke).

5. (5P only) Culture reading. Learn 7/8 Chinese characters (sun, moon, mountain, tree, water, person, fire).

6. (3P only) DVD review: Asia’s Global Influence (A Personal Tour: Hong Kong Through the Eyes of Jackie Chan, Jackie Chen’s Tips for Visiting Hong Kong, the Practice of Martial Arts).

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