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A lesson plan for teaching different classes in Chinese - Zhang Jing
My kids reviewed telling dates, learned telling different classes in two sentence structures which tell the subjects they like and on what day, they have what kinds of classes. Kids like to talk about their favorite classes. We know more about each other through learning all of that.
Greetings - Zhang Jing
The lesson plan uploaded is a 70-minute lessons to Grade 4 students. They didn't learn any Chinese before. I like to focus on the oral ability, so I designed more chances for speaking. I believe cultural exposure is also important, so in each lesson, I try to design some cultural content.
lesson plan for a review lessons - Zhang Jing
In this lesson, we reviewed how to greet, tell and ask names, family members, numbers, ask and tell ages, telephone numbers and birthdays. I combined all the language contents into functional topic tasks.
Lesson plan for the 4th graders' language performance - Zhang Jing
My students from Grade 2 through to Grade 6 will perform differently for the Chinese New Year. The 4th graders are mainly focused on the language. First, they will ask questions, and the other group will answer all the 10 different questions about family; Then there will be 10 pairs who talk about themselves, families, school, teachers and Mandarin class and teachers; At last, all the students will sing the Chinese Happy New Year song together.
Teach body parts by learning 2 lyrics and a song - Zhang Jing
In this lesson, we reviewed 2 lyrics which were about the body parts and their functions, then we learned more about the functions by putting them into sentences. The song 'two tigers' helped them to learn body parts and learn more expressions, like "it's wired!" Students also learned how to use chopsticks by picking up popcorn.
Teach months in Chinese - Zhang Jing
In this class, we reviewed the 12 Chinese number characters by playing a game. Then we learned new word content and play the game with harder tasks. After that, we learned the sentence pattern which tells in which month, we had what holidays in Chinese. Students also did 3 exercise which help them digest the new language content. finally I introduced Chinese festivals by using the same sentence pattern.
Teaching Plan for Teaching Numbers in Chinese - Zhang Jing
I designed my teaching plan for the number instruction. There are many activities and students have fun and practice a lot of numbers. They can count really well and they can tell their age and their telephone numbers. I am very happy that the interactive activities make my lessons fun and easy and effective!
tell about moods - Zhang Jing
I taught my kids how to tell 10 different moods in this class. We spent more time acting and telling moods and how we felt in certain scenarios. They learned fast and had fun.
the Lesson Plan for Teaching animals - Zhang Jing
In this lesson, my students reviewed the Chinese Zodiac and learned 4 more animals and how to tell their favorite animals and the animals they disliked in the sentence patterns. They interviewed their classmates and found the most popular animals were dogs and horses and the most unpopular animals were rats and snakes. We had a great time talking about ourselves in simple Chinese we have learned!
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Natick students learning Mandarin, broadening world perspective
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High School Welcomes New Foreign Exchange Teachers from Egypt and China
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