Chinese

Lesson Plan
8 hours 25 min ago
By the end of the class, students will able to 1. know the story of Monkey King and Chinese classic novel Journey to the West 2. read Pinyin Chart and know how to read Chinese words according to Pinyin 3. make and read a mini-book : Journey to the West
Lesson Plan
1 day 13 hours ago
1. Students are able to say Chinese wenfangsibao (four treasures of Chinese painting ) different Chinese painting and representative works and artists . 2. Help students understand why traditional Chinese scholars love to draw four friends of the flowers . 3. Encourage students create a Chinese painting work by themselves .
Lesson Plan
2 days 15 hours ago
1. Students will know how to speak the names of different clothes in Chinese. 2. Ask and answer about what clothes you are wearing "ni chuan zhe shen me yi fu?" (What clothes are you wearing?) "wo chuan zhe ...。"(I am wearing....) 3. To ask and answer about others’ clothes by using “ta chuan zhe shen me yi fu?” (What’s he/she wearing?) “ta chuan zhe…” (she/he is wearing…) 4. To know when we talk about wearing clothes, “wear” is translated into “chuan zhe”. When we talk about wearing hats, earring or other accessories, “wear” is translated into “dai zhe”.
Lesson Plan
4 days 17 hours ago
1. Ss can say 9 words of four seasons in Mandarin. 苹果、香蕉、梨、菠萝、草莓、蓝莓、牛油果、橙子、西瓜 (apple, banana, pear, pineapple, strawberry, blueberry, avocado, orange, watermelon) 2. Ss can sing the song 《 小兔子乖乖》 3. Ss can use the sentence pattern to express what fruit they like and what fruit they don’t like: 我喜欢苹果。 我不喜欢香蕉。 (I like apples. I don’t like bananas.)
Lesson Plan
4 days 19 hours ago
Students will be able to understand and ask the question 这是什么?(What’s this?). Students will be able to understand and answer this question by saying 这是…… Students will be able to understand and say body parts in Chinese.
Lesson Plan
4 days 21 hours ago
1. Students can name 12 new words about sports and understand when they hear them. 2. Students can match the Pinyin and the Characters for the words through flashcards. 3. Students can use the 12 new words about sports through various activities on quizlet. 4. Students can use the correct verb for different sports: Play打 (with hands) and Kick 踢(with feet). 5. Students can understand and answer when others ask them if they like or dislike certain sports in conversation: Do you like …? (你喜欢不喜欢...? ) I like … (我喜欢... ) I dislike…(我不喜欢...) 6. Students can understand and answer when others ask them if they can play certain sports in conversation: Can you play…? (你会不会…? ) I can play…(我会…. ) I can’t play… (我不会….)
Critical Language Project
1 week 4 days ago
John Pecoraro received a CLP grant to support a field trip for Chariho Regional High School. During the field trip, Chariho students will learn about Chinese art and culture at the Asian art collection at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, experience authentic Chinese foods, and shop at a Chinese marketplace. These activities will provide students with the opportunity to make connections between Chinese culture and their own, to participate in the food customs of the culture being studied, and to interact with native speakers outside the classroom.
Critical Language Project
1 week 4 days ago
Wang Ling received a CLP grant to build a sister school relationship between her host school in Rhode Island, Chariho Regional High School, and her home school in China, No.1 High School of Liuyang. The main goals of the project are to coordinate regular virtual exchanges for students at both schools, offer professional development opportunities for teachers in the U.S. and China to share best practices, establish exchange programs for Chinese students to study at Chariho Regional High School as international students for U.S. students to study at No.1 High School of Liuyang or to volunteer, and to establish a Chinese language and culture classroom at Chariho Regional High School. Students at the host and home schools have already connected through virtual exchanges and will continue to connect though art exchanges, speech competitions, and other virtual activities. The principals of both schools have met through video conferences and the principal of Chariho Regional High School will visit No.1 High School of Liuyang in June 2019. This CLP will support language learning and cultural exchange between students, teachers, and administrators at the host and home schools.
Critical Language Project
1 week 4 days ago
Ivy Yiu received a CLP for “A Taste of China,” which is a unit of study and part of the curriculum for the Mandarin Chinese classes. Students currently enrolled in the school’s Mandarin Chinese class will learn about Chinese Tea history, Gongfu Tea Ceremony - how to conduct the tea ceremony, and Chinese tea culture. The culminating learning activity is to show case what students have learned of language and culture at the North Warren Regional Multicultural Fair. Each year, North Warren Regional School hosts a community-wide Multicultural Fair. During this fair, students and community members organize booths and tables to showcase diverse cultural traditions from around the world. "A Taste of China" is a simulation of a traditional Chinese tea house where customers experience Tea Ceremony, sample teas and light foods while enjoying the finer aesthetics of Chinese culture like calligraphy writing, painting, and Chinese music. Student facilitators will be responsible for overseeing three activities at the "Taste of China" booth.
Critical Language Project
1 week 4 days ago
Kong Yanli received a CLP grant to build a sister school relationship between her home school in China, Yichang Foreign Language Junior High School and Nettlehorst Elementary in Chicago, Illinois, which is in the same district as her host school in the US. The relationship started with a pen-pal program, joint-classroom projects, the establishment of a Chinese Club at Nettlehorst Elementary, and will develop into an in-person, student exchange. The visit to the U.S. will take place in the summer for about two weeks as a summer camp. As a result of this CLP, the schools hope to have a yearly visit to the U.S. and eventually have the opportunity for American students to visit Kong Yanli’s students in China.

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