on October 4th, 2011

Procedures for 10/4/11

Procedure for HS Chinese III (10/4/11)

目标 (MùBiāo): I can talk about the weather, the duration (…到…) and characteristics of the seasons and understand a simple weather report.

功课: 1) Write new characters.  Know their pronunciation and meaning.  2) Review for your listening comprehension quiz tomorrow.  3) 4th skit draft due Thursday.  4) Make 5 sentences (有時/时, 一點/点都不, 大概, 還/还, 覺/觉得).  Due Thursday.

程序 (ChéngXù):

  1. 1) Pass out your ID and picture packet.  2) Cafeteria – Please respect Our House – keep our lunch tables clean.  Pick up your trash and push in your chairs when leaving the cafeteria.
  2. Teach new characters with terms (停, 討/讨, 厭/厌, 覺/觉, 令, 又, 有時/时, 一點/点都不, 大概, 還/还, 覺/觉得, 令人).  2) Listening activity: weather report.
  3. Class work: Work on your draft.

 

 

Procedure for MS Chinese I 2P/7P (10/4/11)

Objectives: I can tell the difference among g, k, and h.

Homework: 1) Look up and write definitions for new characters.  2) Practice saying math equations.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Take one copy of Lesson Two character worksheet.  2) Lesson Three Chapter test: Monday, 10/10/11.  Missing childhood pictures (2P: Joy, Lance, Alexandra, Josh, Daniel, Ben, Cameron, James, T.J., Lana, Travis, Jonah, Jamie; 7P: Abbi, Kelley, Syam, Justin, Mason, John, Amari, Alissa)?  => No name on 3 pictures (2P)!!   Makeup work (2P: Jonah: number quiz + WB pages 20-21).  3) Turn in your typing work and highlighted text passages.  4) Explain expectations for working at the lab.
  2. 1) Dictation (g).  2) Teach new consonants (k, h).

 

Procedure for MS Exploratory Chinese 3P/5P (10/4/11)

Objectives: 1) I can talk about myself and my family fluently in Chinese.  2) I can gain various knowledge about ancient or contemporary China through browsing books.

Homework: N/A

Procedure:

  1. 1) Makeup work/quiz: (3P: Art Project—Emily, Mariah, Joe, Elizabeth, Michael, Niall, Stefani, Matt Murphy, Courtney, Katrina; 3P: Quiz #4: Morgan, Elizabeth, Katrina).  2) Return jump drives / art work, etc.  3) Go over commonly-made pronunciation.
  2. Oral presentation.

 

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