Archive for March 21st, 2011

Procedures for 3/21/11

Procedure for HS 1P (3/21/11)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to showcase their cite reading and speaking skills.  2) Students will be able to express their nationality and language skill in their PPT slide. 

Homework: Study for Chapter Eight chapter test tomorrow. 

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one copy of highlighted Lesson Eight text passages and one copy of today’s procedures.  2) Makeup work (Josh/Darian: WB pages 49/52).
  2. Save your audacity audio file as < last name >Lesson Eight.WAV.  Return your text passages slip with your name on it.
  3. Add another PPT slide to show your nationality and language skill (e.g., wo3 shi4 <citizenship>; wo3 hui4 shuo1 <language 1>, & < language 2>; wo3 ying1 wen2 shuo1 de hen3 hao3, wo3 shuo1 yi1 dian3 zhong1 wen2, etc.>
  4. Log onto Trey’s blog, www.treyschinalife.blogspot.com.
  5. Go to Ms. Chang’s folder in P drive and play Ni Hao 1 interactive game to review Lesson Eight.

Procedure for HS 2P (3/21/11)

目標: 1) Students will be able to compare/contrast cultural differences between China and America.  2) Students will be able to appreciate ancient Chinese poems.

功課: Complete movie discussion questions.

程序:

  1. 1) Makeup work (Alex: WB pages 42/46 and Lesson Three character definitions; Ben: WB pages 42/46.).  2) Browse through Lesson Three contents.  3) Recite poems.
  2. DVD: A Great Wall.   

Procedure for HS 9P (3/21/11)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to express money and use counting words accurately.  2)  Students will be able to polish their cite reading and speaking skills. 

功課: Study for Lesson Five chapter test tomorrow. 

Procedure:

  1. 1) Makeup work (Michaela: WB page 38; Antonio: WB page 40; James H.: WB page 44).  2) Round robin reading starts on this Wednesday.  3) Review counting/measure words.
    1. Read text passages on pages 55-61.
    2. Practice one more writing problem.
    3. Lesson Five chapter test part I: expressing money and counting words.

Procedure for MS 3P (3/21/11)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to learn how to pronounce and write Chinese number characters.  2)  Students will be able to brainstorm ideas for their art project.  3) Students will be able to showcase the skit their created with greeting terms they learned.

Homework: 1) Review learned numbers.  2) Review basic greeting terms for quiz tomorrow.  3) Complete your writing assignment.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Quick review (Ni Hao, Ni Shi, Wo Shi, Zhang Lao Shi, Zao, Zao An, Zao Shang Hao, Ni Zao, Wu An, Wan An, Xie Xie, Bu Xie, Bu Ke Qi, Dui Bu Qi, Mei Guan Xi, Shang Ke, Xia Ke, Qi Li, Jian Li, Zuo Xia, Qing Zuo, 日, 月, 人, 山, 木, 火, 水, 口).  2) Makeup work (Phoenix: China reading packet; Joy: characters, skit, cutting paper patterns, China reading packet; Zack/Jonah: cutting paper pattern; Nicholas: skit, cutting paper pattern, & China reading packet).  3) Quiz #1 tomorrow.  4) Return papers.
  2. Pass out/go over 4-tone table with themes.
  3. Teach numbers (yi, er, san, si, wu) with Chinese characters.
  4. Skit performance.

Procedure for MS 5P (3/21/11)

Objectives: 1) Students will be able to review for test tomorrow.  2) Students will be able to gain cultural/historical knowledge about ancient China.

Homework: Study for chapter test tomorrow.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Interested in the China Bridge Summer Camp program: 7/16 – 7/31.  Will e-mail you with information packet.  2) Turn in your Lesson Eight characters worksheet tomorrow.  3) Return papers.  4) Makeup work (Mike/Alex/Kyle—audacity; Kate & Rachel K.—audacity and WB pages 49/52, Julia—WB page 49 & 52; Kerem: WB page 53; Alison/Rachel K./Megan S./Alex: WB pages 51/53; Collin: WB page 51.).
  2. Practice writing problems.
  3. Go over answer key to “Get Set to Read” and “It’s All in Reading.”
  4. Seat work: Worksheet: Everything visual.  Collect “It’s in the Reading” and “Get Set to Read.”

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