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11 months 3 weeks ago
1. The goal of my capstone project is to introduce elements of the Chinese Culture to all Batesville Primary School students and community members through a big celebration of the Chinses New Year hosted by our Mandarin Dual Language Immersion students. remember important Chinese New Year traditions and some cultural taboos 2. know and demonstrate some important Chinese Spring Festival celebration practices such as Chinese paper-cutting; writing Red Couplets with Chinese brush pen and paste them on the wall in the correct way, making paper lanterns; making red envelopes and practice putting money in them according to Chinese traditions; try on traditional Chinese clothes.
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1 year 1 day ago
By the end of the lesson students will be able to: Use the Arabic words to speak about the vegetables. Identify the vegetables in Arabic when they hear its words. Use the vegetables in Arabic in simple conversations and say its color in Arabic as well.
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1 year 2 days ago
1. Students can say eleven body parts in Mandarin Chinese: head, eye, nose, mouth, ear, shoulder, hand, arm, knee, leg, foot,(头、眼睛、鼻子、嘴、耳朵、肩膀、手、手臂、膝盖、腿、脚) 2. Students can sing a Chinese song about body parts. 3. Students can use the sentence patterns ‘This is my ……’ ( “这是我的……”) and I have one/two … (“我有一/两个…… ”) to introduce their body parts. 4. Students can touch the right body part when the teacher says the word.
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1 year 2 days ago
unit plan for first grade Arabic Immersion at Baltimore International Academy about weather and land-forms SS can identify land-forms and weather terminology SS connect what they learn to social studies SS compare between different land forms in their community
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1 year 3 days ago
1. Students will be able to know how to say body parts in Chinese (head, eyes, nose, ears, mouth, face, shoulder, arms, back, hands, fingers, knee, legs, feet, toes), and a sentence structure “The snowman has ---” “The snowman doesn’t have---”. 2. Students will be able to talk with their classmates about different body parts and their snowman using the words and sentences they have learned.

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