Archive for September 11th, 2015

Procedures for 9/11/15

Procedure for MS Chinese I 3P / 8P (9/11/15)

Objectives: 1) I can blend and discriminate consonants, vowels, and tones. 2) I can utilize Internet tools to sharpen my ability in identifying various tones. 4) I can dictate telephone numbers fluently. 5) I can gain cultural knowledge about SARs through viewing video clips. 6) I can prepare for my quiz through simulation.
Homework: 1) Review compound vowels (1) and greeting terms / classroom expressions handout for speaking. 2) Gain fluency of 8 Chinese number characters. 3) Quiz #3: Friday, 9/18/15.
Procedure:
1. 1) Opening routine. Take a copy of Compound Vowels (2) handout. Get a netbook, turn on and activate your browser. The audio file for Compound Vowels (2) was sent to you this morning. 3) Dictation (8 numbers). 4) Procedure (MC listening + 3 dictations + 5 terms speaking) + Simulation of quiz #2.
2. 1) Teach Compound Vowels (2) iao / uai sections. 2) Introduce, bookmark / use your ear buds while you explore websites, http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/chinese/games/ & http://www.laits.utexas.edu/ppp/. 3) 911 video clips: Don Henley – New York Minute (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7czy0zGdl9M), The Eagles – Hole in the World (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WD3cnivUVXc), Queen – Is This the World We Created…? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVKTcWp_W9k).

3.  If time is available, video clips: XinJiang + Tibet.

 

 

 

Procedure for MS Exploratory Chinese 6P / 7P (9/11/15)

Objectives: 1) I can showcase my mastery of 20 Chinese characters. 2) I can gain cultural knowledge about Chinese silk, embroidery and Chinese early inventions. 3) I can explore origami.
Homework: Review Chinese counting principle and 10 number Chinese characters (1-10).
Procedure:
1. 1) Turn in your 12 Chinese character writing assignment. 2) Quick review (20 characters). 3) Counting from zero to one hundred.
2. 1) Test #2. 2) Video time: Chinese silk / Chinese embroidery. Showcase artifacts. 3) Culture reading: Chinese early inventions.
3. Origami time.

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