Archive for September, 2010

Procedure for HS 1P (9/14/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will review numbers/characters for numbers 7-10, 0 and 100.  2) Students will be able to produce/discriminate m and f consonants.

Homework: 1) Chinese characters (7-10, 0, 100).  2) Review learned b, p, m, and f sounds.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one set of stroke order and counting zero to one hundred handouts.  2) Quiz #2 may need to move to Friday.  3) Missing work (characters, reading packet, quiz#1).
  2. Review numbers (1-6).  Teach numbers/characters (7-10, 0 and 100).
  3. Play audio file (1-7).
  4. Review final part of f sounds.
  5. Dictation on dry erase board (m, f).

Procedure for HS 2P (9/14/10)

目標: Students will acquire polite expressions and commonly used phrases.

功課: 1) Make at least 3 sentences out of 4 phrases (還有, 還是, 結帳, 盛飯).  2) Finish 4 Chinese characters.

程序:

  1. 1) Take one copy of Lesson Eight text passages.  2) Work without name (?).  3) 戴約賽, 簡雅莉, 史樂雪talk to Ms. Chang, please.
  2. Review/teach all phrases used in lesson 8 (剛好, 剛剛, 對不起, 沒關係, 因為…所以, 可以, 常常, 時常, 平常, 有時候, 不常, 尤其, 可是, 改天, 吃便飯, 請坐, 點菜, 還有, 還是, 對了, 沒問題, 結帳, 盛飯, 隨便, 自己來, 別客氣, 不客氣, 沒什麼).  Demonstration.
  3. Teach new characters (還, 結, 帳, 盛).
  4. Go over Supplementary materials handout.

還 (hái: still): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=C1D9&page_n=1&number=30052

結 (jié: complete, end): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=B5B2&page_n=1&number=24888

帳 (zhàng: bill, account): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=B162&page_n=1&number=23080

盛 (chéng: serve, add): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=B2B1&page_n=1&number=23606

Procedure for HS 9P (9/14/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will practice simple dialogue with sentence patterns in Lesson One.  2) Students will complete acquiring new characters in lesson one.

Homework: Complete character writing assignment (胎, 蛋, 糕, 祝, 快, 樂).

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one copy of Lesson One text passages and one copy of conversation questions.  2) Turn in your sentences, if required.
  2. Teach new characters (胎, 蛋, 糕, 祝, 快, 樂).
  3. Read text passages on pages 1-4.
  4. Pair activity: Conversation practice.
  5. Computer interactive game: Reading comprehension (lesson 2).

胎 (tāi: fetus): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=AD4C&page_n=1&number=21295

蛋 (dàn: egg): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=B34A&page_n=1&number=23856

糕 (gāo: cake—rice, Chinese New Year’s cake, western style cake): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=BF7C&page_n=1&number=29030

祝 (zhù: wish): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=AFAC&page_n=1&number=22319

快 (kuài: fast): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=A7D6&page_n=1&number=19000

樂 (lè: happy): http://stroke-order.learningweb.moe.edu.tw/word_detail.jsp?big5=BCD6&page_n=1&number=27968

Procedure for MS 3P (9/14/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will be familiar with Chinese counting principle.  2) Students will demonstrate their mastery of number unit.

Homework: Review learned terms (family unit).

Procedure:

  1. 1) Quiz review of sounds / characters (0-10, 100).  2) Take quiz #2.  3) Collect numbers characters homework.
  2. Culture reading / Teach fist guessing game.

*    39 minutes today.

Procedure for MS 5P (9/14/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to discriminate b, p, m, and f consonants.  2) Students will learn Chinese counting principle and count from 0 – 999.

Homework: Review all learned syllables/characters.

Procedure:

  1. Quiz #2 may need to move to Friday.
  2. Quick review/Dictation of 8 Chinese characters w/sounds and numbers w/Chinese characters (0-10, 100) on dry erase board.
  3. Teach m and f sounds.
  4. Dictation / practice on dry erase board w/b. p, m, f and listening comprehension of numbers on dry erase board.

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Procedures for 9/13/10

Procedure for HS 1P (9/13/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will know numbers/characters for numbers 1-6.  2) Students will be able to produce/discriminate m and f consonants.

Homework: 1) Chinese characters (1-6).  2) Review learned sounds.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Ms. Chang won’t be available tomorrow afternoon due to a staff meeting.  2) Return papers.  3) Ellen, Paul, Jack, Abby, and Abdussamad talk to Ms. Chang, please (14 characters / reading packet / quiz #1).  4) Quiz #2 this Thursday.  5) Mark/Label your tabs: housekeeping, handouts, homework, quizzes/tests, and rubrics.
  2. Dictation (b / p sounds).
  3. Teach numbers/characters (1-6).
  4. Go over m / f sounds.

Procedure for HS 2P (9/13/10)

目標: 1) Students will be fluent in reading text passages.  2) Students will be able to hold basic conversations at a restaurant or as a guest of a Chinese family.

功課: Chinese characters (改, 便, 單, 盤, 碗).

程序:

  1. 1) Turn in your 6-sentence homework.  Take one copy of skit checklist, menu, and supplementary material handout, if you have not.  2) Ms. Chang won’t be available tomorrow afternoon due to a staff meeting.  3) Makeup test / work (簡雅莉, 史樂雪).  4) Mark/Label your tabs: housekeeping, handouts, homework, quizzes/tests, and rubrics.
  2. Read passages on text pages 93-95.
  3. Teach new characters (改, 便, 單, 盤, 碗).
  4. Go over phrases on handout (改天, 吃便飯, 點菜).
  5. Browse through WB page 67.  Complete in class tomorrow.

Procedure for HS 9P (9/13/10)

Objectives: Students will be able to talk about dates, days of the week, birthdays and to ask for permission.

Homework: 1) Complete character writing assignment.  2) Practice reading passages on pages 1-3.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Return papers.  2) Quiz #2 on this Thursday.  3) Ms. Chang is not available due to a staff meeting tomorrow.  4) Mark/Label your tabs: housekeeping, handouts, homework, quizzes/tests, and rubrics.
  2. Go over common mistakes in making sentences (那麼).
  3. Dictation/Practice on dry erase board (dates, days, making sentences).
  4. Read text passages on pages 1-3.
  5. Teach new characters (時, 候, 雙, 胞).

Procedure for MS 3P (9/13/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will be ready for quiz tomorrow.  2) Students will gain knowledge about Chinese folk art (calligraphy, Chinese painting, New Year’s pictures, paper-cut)

Homework: Study for quiz tomorrow.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Quiz tomorrow.  2) Review numbers/characters (0-10, 100).
  2. DVD: Chinese civilization and arts.
  3. Culture read: Lucky and unlucky numbers.
  4. Audio file (1-7).
  5. Teach number table/counting principle.

Procedure for MS 5P (9/13/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will learn numbers 7-10, 100 and 0.  2) Students will be able discriminate m and f consonants.

Homework: Review bpmf handout.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Return papers.  2) 8th graders Open House: Wednesday, 9/15.  3)  Quiz #2?  => Thursday.  4) Mark/Label your tabs: housekeeping, handouts, homework, quizzes/tests, and rubrics.
  2. 1) Review (1-6).  2) Dictation (b, p).
  3. Teach numbers/Chinese characters (7-10, 0, 100).  Complete.  Collect on Thursday after the quiz.
    1. Culture reading: lucky and unlucky numbers.
  4. Browse through m/f sounds.  Reteach tomorrow.

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Procedures for 9/10/10

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

Objectives: 1) Students will systematically learn consonants from today.  3) Students will gain knowledge about China’s 4 major folk arts through viewing video clips.

Homework: Review all learned sounds and characters.

Procedure:

1) Quiz #2: Thursday, 9/16.  2) Turn in your reading packet / 14 characters writing assignment, if you have not.  3) Helpers needed for (Jack, Paul, Ellen, Abby, Abdussamad) to learn 6 more characters.  4)  Return papers (characters and reading packet).  5) All grades have to be in by 9/20 for Interim report cards.

  1. DVD: Chinese civilization and arts (calligraphy, painting, New Year’s pictures, paper-cut).
  2. Go over Pinyin foundation and bpmf handout.

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

目標: 1) Students will plan to write/perform a skit.  2) Students will be able to express themselves in dining out or having a meal in someone else’s house. 

功課: Practice reading text passages on pages 93-94 fluently. 

程序:

  1. 1) Turn in your 6-sentence homework.  2) Take one copy of Lesson Eight Supplementary Materials handout and one skit check list.  3) Return test papers.  4) All grades have to be in by 9/10 for Interim report cards.  5) 安絲莉和簡雅莉talks to Ms. Chang, please.  6) Visit Kristine Wright blog address:  http://kristine-wright.blogspot.com/.
  2. Go over skit check list requirements.
  3. Go over Supplementary materials handout.

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

Objectives: 1) Students will gain knowledge about famous scenic spots in China.  2) Students will be able to talk about dates, days of the week, and ask for permission.

Homework: Practice reading text passages.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Turn in your 4-sentence homework, please.  2) Anthony talks to Ms. Chang, please.  3) All grades have to be in by 9/20 for interim report cards.  Check your ProgressBook grades.
  2. Review/Learn new characters (咦, 哦, 喔, 了, 要)
  3. Go over terms (好了, 沒錯, 釣魚, 上學, 買東西).
  4. Read text passages on pages 1-2.
  5. DVD: Scenic Spots in China (Huang He, Huang Shan, Zhang Jia Jie, Mount Lu Shan, Jiu Zhai Gou Valley, )

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

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to learn numbers/Chinese characters from 7-10, 100 and 0.

Homework: Review all learned terms.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Return papers.  2) All grades have to be in by 9/20 for interim report cards.
  2. Teach new terms/Chinese characters.
  3. Culture reading (Ni Hao 1 Lesson One: pages 4-6: Chinese characters, publications, pronunciations).

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

Objectives: 1) Students will discriminate consonant sounds: b and p. 2) Students will gain knowledge about Chinese characters, publications and pronunciations.

Homework: Review learned syllables.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Turn in your reading packet (Kate, Megan G., Rachel L., Alex L.).  2) Return papers.  2) All grades have to be in by 9/20 for interim report cards.
  2. Culture reading (Ni Hao 1 Lesson One: pages 4-6: Chinese characters, publications, and pronunciations).
  3. Learn bpmf and Pinyin foundation handout.

Front Page on September 10th, 2010

Procedures for 9/9/10

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

Objectives: 1) Students will finish up learning 14 simple Chinese characters.  2) Students will showcase their mastery of Basic greetings unit and tones.

Homework: Review all 14 learned Chinese characters

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one copy of pinyin foundation, bpmf and dtnl handouts.  2) Turn in your reading packet answer sheet.  3) Quiz #2: 9/16.
  2. Quick review of all learned terms.  Questions?  Take quiz #1.
  3. Continue to learn Chinese simple characters (石, 土, 天, 大, 小, 中).  Collect.
  4. Go over Pinyin Foundation handout (page 1).

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

Objectives: Students will learn several adverbs to express frequency.

Homework: Make 6 sentences (尤其, 常常, 時常, 平常, 有時候, 不常).

Procedure:

  1. 1) 簡傑明和莫凱琳finish your test.  Missing work (簡雅莉, 安絲莉).  Makeup test (簡雅莉).  2) Return test papers.
  2. Learn/teach new characters (關, 係, 尤, 其, 飲).
  3. Review/Preview all phrases used in lesson 8 (剛好, 剛剛, 對不起, 沒關係, 因為所以, 可以, 常常, 時常, 平常, 有時候, 不常, 尤其, 可是, 改天, 吃便飯, 請坐, 點菜, 還有, 還是, 對了, 沒問題, 結帳, 盛飯, 隨便, 自己來, 別客氣, 不客氣, 沒什麼).
  4. Read/explain text passages on pages 93-95.

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

Objectives: Students will be fluent in expressing dates and weekdays.

Homework: 1) Review all learned phrases and characters.  2) Read text passages on pages 1-3/

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one set of Lesson One Supplementary Materials handout.  2) Talk to Ms. Chang if it is specified in Progress Book.  3) Return quiz papers.  4) Missing work (Anthony, Colin).  5) Quiz #2: Thursday, 9/16.
  2. Teach new characters (為, 概, 知, 道).
  3. Go over/Review terms in handout (可以, 以為, 那麼, 大概).
  4. Practice sentence patterns (dates, birthday year, and nationality) in conversation.  Q/A session.
  5. Computer interactive game.

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

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to brainstorm ideas for their art project.  2) Students gain knowledge about China.

Homework: Review all learned numbers and characters.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Quiz #2, Tuesday, 9/14.  2) Ms. Chang won’t be attending 7th grade Open House.  3) Missing work: Kevin (reading packet/characters).
  2. Review learned numbers and Chinese characters (1-6).
  3. Cut paper patterns.  Collect for grades.
  4. DVD: places in China (General information, Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Hong Kong).
  5. Showcase Art projects.

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

Objectives: 1) Students will start to learn consonants systematically.  2) Students will master numbers 1-6.  3) Students gain geographical knowledge about China.

Homework: Review all learned terms and sounds.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Quiz #2: Tuesday, 9/14.  2) Take one set of Pinyin Foundation, bpmf, and dtnl handouts.  3) Turn in your Reading Packet homework.  4) Showcase/Browse through our textbook.
  2. Teach numbers/Chinese characters (5-6).
  3. Dictation on dry erase board.
  4. DVD: Places in China.
  5. Go over Pinyin Foundation (page 1).

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Procedures for 9/8/10

rocedure for HS 1P (9/8/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will gain geographic knowledge about China.  2) Students will review for quiz tomorrow.

Homework: 1) Study for quiz tomorrow.  2) Complete the reading packet.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one copy of reading packet.  2) Make sure you try tone drill websites for practice.
  2. Dictation on dry erase board: Review all learned terms, tones and characters.
  3. DVD: Places in China.
  4. Pair activity.  Read the packet and complete the answer sheet.  Collect tomorrow.

Procedure for HS 2P (9/8/10)

目標: 1) Students will showcase their mastery of Chinese Two materials.  2) Students will continue Lesson Eight material.

功課: 1) Complete Chinese characters writing assignment.  2) Practice reading text passages.

程序:

  1. 1) Turn in your sentence-making homework.  2) Return papers.  3) Quick review.  Questions?
  2. Take test #1.
  3. Learn new characters (留, 對).

Procedure for HS 9P (9/8/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will showcase their mastery of dates and various day phrases.  2) Students will be able to ask/answer questions about dates and weekdays.

Homework: Chinese characters (行, 釣).

Procedure:

  1. Quick review.
  2. Quiz #1.
  3. Teach new characters (行, 釣).
  4. Sentence patterns/Conversation practice.

Procedure for MS 3P (9/8/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to memorize numbers from one to six.  2) Students will be able to try out Chinese traditional folk art—cutting paper patterns.

Homework: Chinese characters writing assignment.

Procedure:

  1. Review numbers/Chinese characters (1-6).
  2. Explain/brainstorm art projects/Promoting Chinese language learning video clip.
  3. Paper pattern cutting (longevity and double happiness).

Procedure for MS 5P (9/8/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to memorize numbers from one to four.  2) Students will gain geographic knowledge about China.

Homework: 1) Chinese characters writing assignment.  2) Reading packet.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Return papers.  2) Turn in your character writing assignment (14 characters).  3) Take a copy of reading packet.
  2. Teach new terms/learn new Chinese characters (numbers 1-4).
  3. Pair activity: Students complete their packet.  Complete as homework tonight.

Front Page on September 8th, 2010

Procedures for 9/7/10

Homeroom Announcement (9/7/10)

* HR Teachers will send violators of dress code to the office to change.  Classroom teachers will note the violation, and report it to Guidance/Administrator offices.  This violation of dress code includes students found/seen in the halls.  The violations in dress depicting weapons, violence, drugs, alcohol, etc., violate the dress code.

* Lunches are not to be taken out of the cafeteria.  If your teacher needs to see you during lunch time, he/she has to wait for you until you have finished eating.

* Tornado drill at 8:15 AM this morning.

Procedure for HS 1P (9/7/10)

Objectives: 1) Learn to write simple Chinese characters.  2) Finish up basic greeting unit.

Homework: Study for quiz on Thursday (9/9).

Procedure:

  1. 1) Quiz on Thursday (basic greeting terms + tones).  2) Tornado drill at 8:15 AM today.  Follow the procedure until it is over.  3) Pass back papers.  4) Turn in homework on time and with quality to earn decent grades!
  2. Review all learned terms.
  3. Dictation on dry erase board.
  4. Introduce the website http://www.chinese-tools.com/learn/exercises/chinese.html
  5. Continue to finish up basic greeting terms (Qi Li, Jing Li, Zuo Xia, Qing Zuo, Shang Ke, Xia Ke).
  6. Review characters learned so far (日, 月, 火, 山, 木).  Learn to write Chinese characters (水, 人, 口).

Procedure for HS 2P (9/7/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will learn/review terms for polite expressions.  2) Students will review for the first test tomorrow.

Homework: 1) Make sentences (因為…所以, 剛好, 剛剛, 可是, 可以).  2) Study for test tomorrow.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Points will be deducted if no Chinese name appears on the paper.  2) Take one copy of study guide.  3) Go over study guide and sample questions.  4) Turn in homework on time and with quality to earn decent grades!
  2. Bell work (ways of telling money).
  3. Go over homework: making sentences.
  4. Introduce a website resource, http://www.chinese-tools.com/learn/exercises/chinese.html.

Procedure for HS 9P (9/7/10)

Objectives: 1) Be proficient in telling a week’s date.  2) Students will review for quiz #1 tomorrow.

Homework: 1) 3 new characters (對, 錯, 以).  2) Study for quiz #1 tomorrow.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one copy of study guide.  2) Points will be deducted if no Chinese name appers o the paper.  3) Return papers.  4) Make good use of the audio file and practice over the weekend.  Replay it many times until you are comfortable with the speed!  5) Turn in homework on time and with quality to earn decent grades!
  2. Check supplies (Benita, Kristen, Heidi, Aashna, Bailey, Pamela, Antonio, Jackly, Jay).  Captains carry out the action.
  3. 1) Pair activity: with your calendar worksheet, practice saying 7 days’ dates in Chinese.  2) Go over sample questions.
  4. Introduce a website resource, http://www.chinese-tools.com/learn/exercises/chinese.html.
  5. Teach new characters (對, 錯, 以).

Procedure for M

S 3P (9/7/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will showcase their mastery of basic greetings unit.  2) Students will start to learn numbers.

Homework: Review learned terms (numbers: 1-6).

Procedure:

  1. 1) Kevin, Elaine, Weston, Eric, Daniel, and Ryan turn in/complete your character assignment/reading packet.  2) Return papers.
  2. Quick review.  Quiz #1.
  3. Teach new terms/new Chinese characters (numbers 1-6).

Procedure for MS 5P (9/7/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will finish up a writing assignment.  2) Students will showcase their mastery of basic greetings unit by taking their first quiz.  3) Students will gain geographic knowledge about China.

Homework: Review all learned terms (numbers 1-6)

Procedure:

  1. 1) Quick review with expressions and tones.  2) ) Take quiz #1.
  2. Write simple characters (木, 口, 中, 大, 小, 石, 土, 天).  Collect for grades.
  3. Introduce a website resource, http://www.chinese-tools.com/learn/exercises/chinese.html

Front Page on September 7th, 2010

Procedures for 9/3/10

Procedure for HS 1P (9/3/10)

Objectives: 1) Learn more basic greeting terms.  2) Gain information about NSLI-Y study abroad program.

Homework: Review all learned for quiz #1 (9/9).

Procedure:

  1. 1) Check your supplies (binder, dividers, tabs, highlighters, Expo marker).  2) Return papers.
  2. Teach greeting terms (Dui Bu Qi, Mei Guan Xi, Dong le ma, Dong le, Bu Dong).
  3. Present NSLI-Y program (Dana Buzzelli).  Q/A session.

Procedure for HS 2P (9/3/10)

Objectives: Gain information about NSLI-Y study abroad program.

Homework: Study over the weekend for first test on 9/8.

Procedure:

  1. Present NSLI-Y program (Dana Buzzelli).  Q/A session.
  2. 1) Return papers.  2) Check supplies

Procedure for HS 9P (9/3/10)

Objectives: Gain information about NSLi-Y study abroad program.

Homework: 1) Study for quiz #1 (weekdays, dates, calendar w/various day phrases) on 9/8. 2) Writing assignment (5 characters).

Procedure:

Present NSLI-Y program (Dana Buzzelli).  Q/A session.

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

Objectives: 1) Learn simple Chinese characters.  2) Gain geographical knowledge about China.

Homework: Study for quiz #1 (basic greetings).

Procedure:

  1. 1) Review all learned terms.  2) Quiz #1 on Tuesday, 9/7.
  2. Learn simple Chinese characters (水, 口, 人).
  3. DVD: Places in China.
  4. Pair activity:  Complete reading packet (China).  Collect.

Procedure for MS 5P (9/3/10)

Objectives: 1) Gain information about NSLI-Y study abroad program.  2) Learn more simple Chinese characters.

Homework: 1) Complete writing assignment.  2) Study for quiz #1 (9/7).

Procedure:

  1. Captains check your group members’ supplies (binder, dividers, tabs, highlighters, Expo marker).  Return cards to Ms. Chang.
  2. Write simple characters (山, 水, 火, 人).
  3. Present NSLI-Y program (Dana Buzzelli).

Front Page on September 3rd, 2010

Spinal injury: First aid

If you suspect a back or neck (spinal) injury from a retail store accident, do not move the affected person. Permanent paralysis and other serious complications can result. Assume a person has a spinal injury if:

There’s evidence of a head injury with an ongoing change in the person’s level of consciousness
The person complains of severe pain in his or her neck or back
The person won’t move his or her neck
A herniated disc injury has exerted substantial force on the back or head. The person complains of weakness, numbness or paralysis or lacks control of his or her limbs, bladder or bowels
The neck or back is twisted or positioned oddly
If you suspect someone has a spinal injury:
Get help. Call 911 or emergency medical help.
Keep the person still. Place heavy towels on both sides of the neck or hold the head and neck to prevent movement.
Modify CPR technique. If the person shows no signs of circulation (breathing, coughing or movement), begin CPR, but do not tilt the head back to open the airway. Use your fingers to gently grasp the jaw and lift it forward. If the person has no pulse, begin chest compressions.
Keep helmet on. If the person is wearing a helmet, don’t remove it.
Don’t roll alone. If you must roll the person because he or she is vomiting, choking on blood or in danger of further injury, you need at least one other person, let’s not forget that we don’t want the person to get even more injured, the right thing to do would be to leave the person in the same position, call an ambulance and an attorney as well, to analyze the scene and to decided if a compensation can be acquired in the case, if currently you don’t know a contact from any attorneys, visit https://russellandhill.com/ for further information. In order to actually have a spinal cord lawsuit, there must a party that is responsible for your injury. If you cannot determine who that person or entity is, or if that person is yourself, then will be difficult to sue. In many cases, the responsible party might not be that clear. There are also times when you can still if you caused the injury yourself, but for that to happen there will need to be a mitigating circumstance you may want to talk to the lawyers at the Litster Frost Injury Lawyers Review to get more info about it. If your injury was the result of you shooting yourself because the gun misfired, for example, you might have a lawsuit of negligence on the part of the manufacturer.Just because there was not necessarily a responsible party for your initial spinal cord injury does not mean that somebody might not make the situation worse in the future. If someone has made the injury worse, you may be able to sue for damages at that point. An example of this can be seen in a doctor that fails in his or her obligation to treat your injuries quick enough.

Front Page on September 2nd, 2010

Procedures for 9/1/10

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

Objectives: 1) Students will learn to write simple Chinese characters.  2) Students will learn more basic greeting terms.

Homework: 1) Practice writing 2 different characters.  2) Review all learned terms.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Open house tonight at 7 PM.  2) Get a copy of square paper.  3) Turn in your interview result!!!  4) Peer tutors are available: Ben Genco at 1P, Lauren Yeh at 7P daily and 8P (Tuesdays/Thursdays).
  2. Review all learned terms.  Learn new terms (Wu An, Wan An, Xie Xie, Bu Xie, Bu Ke Qi).  Do practice at home, please.
  3. Culture reading: Go over text book page 3.  Explain layout of the square paper.
  4. Write Chinese characters (日, 月).  Complete as homework tonight.

Procedure for HS 2P (9/1/10)

目標 (Mù Biāo): l) Be familiar with Chinese date format.  2) Be proficient in Lesson 8 text.

功課 (Gōng Kè): 1) Review ways of telling time by studying supplementary material.  2) Complete worksheet as homework tonight.

程序 (Chéng Xù):

  1. 1) Open house tonight at 7 PM.  2) Return papers (Usage of 幾/几).  Write in Chinese characters for full credit.  3) Double check WB status.  Turn in by Friday.  4) Peer tutors are available: Ben Genco at 1P, Lauren Yeh at 7P daily and 8P (Tuesdays/Thursdays).
  2. Individual bell work: Review date format and Practice translating three different dates—Friday, 4/23/1998; Saturday, 11/9/2000; Sunday, 7/26/2005 by using 年, 月, 日, 星期).  Collect.
  3. Read Lesson 8 text.
  4. Review ways of telling time.
  5. Work on calendar worksheet.

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

Objectives: 1) Students will master various day phrases.  2) Students will practice reading text passages and listening skill through listening to an audio file.

Homework: Complete worksheet as homework tonight.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Open house tonight at 7 PM.  2) Finish up signing up inventory sheet.  Where is page #2?  3) Return papers (translating dates, matching names).  Some students need to redo work to earn credit.  Students already show different degrees of learning and work quality!!  Papers without names to be claimed!!  4) Peer tutors are available: Ben Genco at 1P, Lauren Yeh at 7P daily and 8P (Tuesdays/Thursdays).
  2. Listening comprehension.  Write down all your answers.
  3. Teach terms (那麼).  Read text page 1 (traditional and simplified versions).
  4. Go over worksheet.
  5. DVD: Why Chinese and why now.

Procedure for MS 3P (9/1/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will learn more basic greeting terms.  2) Students will learn to write simple characters.

Homework: 1) Review all learned terms.  2) Complete writing assignment (2 characters).

Procedure:

  1. Take one copy of square papers.
  2. Review learned terms.  Learn new terms (Dui Bu Qi, Mei Guan Xi, Dong le ma, Dong le, Bu Dong).
  3. Culture reading. / Explain the usage of square papers.
  4. Write Chinese characters (日, 月).

Procedure for MS 5P (9/1/10)

Objectives: 1) Students will learn more basic greeting terms.  2) Students will learn to write simple characters.

Homework: 1) Review all learned terms.  2)  Compete writing assignment (2 characters).

Procedure:

  1. Take one copy of square papers.
  2. Dictation: Review learned terms by writing down pinyin with tone mark on dry erase board.
  3. Learn new terms (Dui Bu Qi, Mei Guan Xi, Dong le ma, Dong le, Bu Dong).
  4. Culture reading: textbook page 3.  Go over the usage of square paper.
  5. Write Chinese characters (日, 月).

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