Archive for September 15th, 2010

Procedures for 9/15/10

Procedure for HS 1P (9/15/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will gain cultural knowledge about Chinese lucky and unlucky numbers through reading.  2) Students will know how to use website resources to help them learn Pinyin.  3) Students will review learned terms and syllables and be ready for quiz on Friday.

Homework: Review learned terms and characters and study for quiz on Friday.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one copy of diagram for pronouncing consonants.  2) Return papers.  Missing work (Jack).  3) Applications for the NSLI-Y 2011-2012 program are now available.  Please visit www.NSLIforYouth.org.  The deadline this year is November 11, 2010.  4) Explain Paul’s question (uo, o sounds).  5) Bring your WB tomorrow.  You can leave it here today.
  2. Introduce website resources to hear pronunciation of all syllables, http://www.quickmandarin.com/chinesepinyintable/pinyintable_vertical.php, http://download.cnet.com/EzPinyin/3000-2279_4-10432201.html?tag=mncol (download EzPinyin 1 table and hear the pronunciation).
  3. Review/Dictation on dry erase board (b, p, m, f, numbers/characters: 0-10, 100).
  4. Culture reading: text page 22 (lucky and unlucky numbers).

Procedure for HS 2P (9/15/10)

目標: 1) Students will practice listening and reading skills through a typesetting activity.  2) Students will review Chinese I materials through playing two interactive reading comprehension lessons.  3) Students will practice writing and speaking skills through compiling and conducting a survey.

功課: Practice reading text passages on pages 93-95.

程序:

  1. 1) Turn in your 3-4 sentences.  2) Applications for the NSLI-Y 2011-2012 program are now available.  Please visit www.NSLIforYouth.org.  The deadline this year is November 11, 2010.  3) Missing work?
  2. Computer interactive game: reading comprehension (lessons 2 and 3).
  3. Type setting activity.
  4. Pair activity: compile four survey questions and conduct survey tomorrow (WB page 67).

Procedure for HS 9P (9/15/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to comprehend all dates mentioned in the dialogue.  2) Students will be able to practice reading, listening and speaking skills through two activities.  Homework: Study for quiz tomorrow.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one slip of terms for quiz #2.  2) Applications for the NSLI-Y 2011-2012 program are now available.  Please visit www.NSLIforYouth.org.  The deadline this year is November 11, 2010.  3) Turn in your character worksheet tomorrow.  4) Explain character recognition activity for tomorrow.
  2. Go over text page 10 / supplementary terms handout (這個.., 上個…, 下個…, 去年…).
  3. Matching activity.
  4. Read text passages on pages 1-4.
  5. Listening comprehension: WB Section A: Audio file.  Write the dates and check the answers.

Procedure for MS 3P (9/15/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will learn family member terms for unit #3.  2) Students will try Chinese version rock-scissors-paper game.  3) Students will have hands-on experience in folding papers.

Homework: Review learned terms.

Procedure:

  1. Teach family unit (father, mother, older brother, older sister, younger brother, younger sister).
  2. Group activity: Finger/Fist guessing game.  Final two winners?
  3. Teach origami (pin wheel).

Procedure for MS 5P (9/15/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will learn how to use website resources to practice their pinyin.  2) Students will practice pinyin, characters and syllables for their quiz on Friday.

Homework: Study for quiz on Friday.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Return papers (Ryan, Ted).  2) Take one copy of diagram of pronouncing consonants and stroke order.  3) Applications for the NSLi-Y 2011-2012 program are now available.  Please visit www.NSLIforYouth.org.  The deadline this year is November 11, 2010.  4) Bring in your WB tomorrow.
  2. Introduce website resources to hear pronunciation of all syllables, http://www.quickmandarin.com/chinesepinyintable/pinyintable_vertical.php, http://download.cnet.com/EzPinyin/3000-2279_4-10432201.html?tag=mncol (download EzPinyin 1 table and hear the pronunciation).
  3. Explain/play number game.  Simple demonstration.
  4. Dictation/practice on dry erase board (numbers 0-100, Chinese characters, consonants).

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