Archive for November 20th, 2014

Procedures for 11/20/14

Procedure for MS Chinese I 1P / 4P / 8P (11/20/14)

Objectives: 1) I can sight read pinyin sentences fluently and accurately. 2) I can name common school supplies. 3) I can use Chinese negative word, possessive particle, and confirmation question word to express myself. 3) I can ask and answer simple conversation questions.

Homework: 1) Practice reading pinyin sentences #1-#20. 2) Practice oral exam questions.

Procedure:

  1. 1) Daily greeting routine. (HR) Lock down drill at 8:40 tomorrow. Please follow the procedure. 2) Speed recognition. 3) Class activity: read sentences #1-#15. 4) Teach sentences #16-#20.
  2. Pair activity: 1) Practice oral exam questions in order. 2) Practice reading sentences #16-#20. 3) Ms. Chang’s Q/A session.

 

 Procedure for MS Exploratory Chinese 3P/5P (11/20/14)

Objectives: 1) I can talk about myself in Chinese. 2) I can gain general information about China through viewing various authentic or non-authentic literature works. 3) I can gain cultural knowledge about Chinese pop music, dress code and etiquette in Chinese schools, and teenager pastime through viewing video clips and reading.

Homework: Art project is due tomorrow.

Procedure:

  1. Makup work (3P: Aniketh, Emily, Wesston; 5P; Noah, Adam, Belle, Scot, Scott, vicenet, Domenic) ó independent work: 1) Practice your oral presentation. 2) Study hall time. 3) Read Chinese books. 4) Work on mind bender cube game or tangram pieces game.
  2. 1) Video clips: Chinese pop music. / abacus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi2G9Otd6x0 / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi2G9Otd6x0 (mental calculation) / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u75cTsOu6Bw (1;05-1:30)/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmRXh3ApswM Abacus Vs. Calculator / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6m6s-ulE6LY (Japanese children learn super-fast mathematics with abacus). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVsHxt8xqps. 3) Culture reading: / Popular Pastimes for Teens in China & Dress Code and Etiquette in Chinese Schools.

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