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The Challenges of being an Immersion Teacher
I work hard.
I try many
new strategies
I am a
learner.
I find ways
to engage s...
Immersion Teachers:
How do I make the Chinese
language comprehensible?
Body
Language
and
Gestures
TPR
Visuals
Student Centered Learning
Break
complex
content
into parts
2
3
4 6
7
Voice
1
Props
5
Voice and Exaggeration
Tone
Tone is the manner in which you speak and the quality of the sound that
your vocal chords prod...
The Tone of your voice
When is your birthday?
Please sit down.
Where is the monkey?I like ice-cream.
He doesn’t like cats....
Volume
Most teachers talk too loud. They turn up
the volume because they believe that the
louder they are the better their...
Tempo
Your tempo is how quickly or slowly you speak.
Adjusting your tempo can be hard, but is very
important when deliveri...
Body Language and Gestures
are your SUPER POWERS
Body Language/Gestures
I make input comprehensible
Gestures reduce cognitive load.
Gestures free up working memory.
Gestur...
Head tilt
Shoulder shrug
Hands on hips
Thumb upWavy hand
Circle finger
Finger to lips
Tap wrist
Point finger to eyes
Lower h...
Body Language/gestures
I make input comprehensible
2
Do not speak English or
Chinese.
Use body language only!
Your partner...
Observe gestures, engagement of students,
actions, checking understanding, repetition,
Body Language/gestures
I make input comprehensible
Get into groups of 2 people.
Use:
• body language
• gestures and
• voic...
Body
Language
and
Gestures
2
Voice
1 Tone
Volume
Exaggeration
Tempo
Total Physical Response (TPR)
• comprehensible input
• stress-free environment
• the right to be silent
I make input compr...
Total Physical Response (TPR)
I make input comprehensible
Total Physical Response
Step 1: The teacher gives the command.
Step 2: The teacher models the movement.
Step 3: The studen...
Comprehension



precedes



Production
(Krashen & Terrell, 1983, p. 20)
I make input comprehensible
先理理解,才有成果。学⽣生在开⼝口说话前,...
“Mom. Mom. Say it after me.”
What’s
wrong with
this image?
The Silent Period
Krashen, Stephen D. 1981. Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition
I make input comprehens...
Acquisition vs. Learning
Active listening
and
processing the
language they hear
Forced production
of
language
Immersion uses the Natural Approach
to teach Mandarin
Visuals
I make input comprehensible
6.
星期⼀一
星期⼆二
星期三
星期四
星期五
星期六
星期天
⼀一⽉月
⼆二⽉月
三⽉月
四⽉月
五⽉月
六⽉月
Immerse students in visuals.
Radicals provide ‘hooks’ for memory
部⾸首提供了了和记忆的“连结点”
问
Visual Cues for
learning
Characters
I make input comprehensible
Train the brain to see patterns and connections.
训练⼀一种能发现模式和联系的思维⽅方式
Connections strengthens memory
联系强化记忆
Intensity influences memory
强度影响记忆
Students need to connect characters to visual memory
学⽣生需要把汉字和视觉记忆连结起来。
Encourage imagination and ‘picture seeing’
⽤用图⽚片帮助学汉字
small balls
table tennis balls
paper plates on sticks
hand shapes on sticks
Fish and magnets
happy/sad faces on sticks
rib...
Props For Learning
I make input comprehensible
Props and Gestures For Learning
Immersion
Teachers need to
be imaginative
a...
Props For Learning
I make input comprehensible
A Bag of Props
Use props and gestures to teach a lesson.
2.
Look at the pro...
Break complex information into component parts
I make input comprehensible
How do you introduce a new book to students?
例例...
Breaks complex information into component parts
I make input comprehensible
沉浸教学的⽼老老师, 会将复杂的信息, 化整为零, 分成⼩小段.
How will you break it down into components?
•What’s on the cover?
•This is the front. This is
the back.
•What is the title...
How will you break it down into components?
•What’s on the cover?
•This is the front. This is
the back.
•What is the title...
How will you break a book into components?
•What’s on the cover?
•This is the front. This is
the back.
•What is the title ...
Break complex information and processes into component parts
Design the first Lesson to
introduce a new book.
設計第⼀一课 来介绍新书
...
How will you break it down into components?
Before you read, how
will you get students
curious?
Pre-Reading Reading Post-R...
我懂了了
我不不懂了了
差不不多
I use frequent comprehension checks
我懂了了
请帮助我
666
我不不懂
555
Immersion teachers
need to plan
Student-Centered
Activities
2.
In my Student-Centered Classroom
在以学⽣生为中
⼼心的教室⾥里里,
⽼老老师理理解我.
2 year olds
Curious
Surprise
Big
emotions
Independent
Side by side play
Sorting Explore
Pretend
Free play
Music and
moveme...
3 year olds
Why?Dramatic play
Friendships Explore
Classify objects
Improved finger
dexterity
Songs and rhymes
Attention spa...
4 year olds
more self reliant
more cooperative
Follows routines
greater self control
Logical reasoning
Friendship
Attentio...
5 year olds
creative
problem solvers
prefer to work with others
initiates conversations
active games
how" and "why" things...
Know your students
I can focus
for about
10 minutesI learn by making
things
I need to
move a lot!
I like to learn
with my ...
Mini-Lesson
Direct Teaching Guided Learning
直接教学 引导教学
How will students learn?
Guided Learning 引导教学
这个星期我们在学...
Elmo 在哪⾥里里?
上
下
前
后
Have Clear Outcomes
How will you activate prior knowledge?
上
下秘密
前
后
How will students learn?5.
group work
mini-lesson
technology
videos
songs
learning centers
worksheets
学⽣生将如何学习新的内容?
inquir...
mini-lesson
⼩小型课程
Student-centered Learning
explore,
practice,
and
expand
their
learning.
Writing Skills
Students write their own books
学⽣生会写⾃自⼰己的书
65
这是我的家
我喜欢
⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼
⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼
⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ...
⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼
⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼
⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ...
Look
Cover
Write
Check
X
看
写
遮
检查
lid
mouth
border
Initially give English names to the writing strokes
⾸首先,给书写⽐比划起英⽂文名字
我
curve
straight
down kick
cut
down kick
cut
bird
Encourage students to ‘verbalize’ when writing.
⿎鼓励学⽣生写汉字时⽤用“语⾔言表达”
Pre-Writing Activities
Popcorn characters Playdoh characters
写前热身
爆⽶米花字 橡⽪皮泥泥字
Pretzel characters
饼⼲干字
Shaving Cream Characters
奶油字
Writing Center
Chinese words
I am
learning
我 叫⼤大⼩小
Personal Word Wall
我的汉字墙
汉字
我在学习
Writing Center
Writing Center
Writing Center
Free-writing
Grid-writing
Classroom
Mailbox
Reading Center
学⽣生会写⾃自⼰己的书
Students write their own books
88
89
90
Talking Center
Talking Center
Talking Center
Talking Center
Talking Center
Walkie-Talkies
Toy Phone Microphone
Telephone
iPads / Audio Apps
Talking Center
Vocabulary Center
Vocabulary Center
Listening Center
Sentence Making Center
Sentence Making Center
Math Center
⼗十⼀一 ⼗十⼆二
Math Center
九
⼗十⼆二
⼀一
⼆二
三
四
五
六
七
⼋八
九
⼗十
Math Center
⼀一 ⼆二 三 四 五
六 七 ⼋八 九 ⼗十
A Lesson Breakdown of a Student-Centered Classroom
Know your students
Brainstorm
Visuals
Think-Pair-Share
Movement
Activat...
Body
Language
and
Gestures
TPR
Visuals
Student Centered
Learning
Break
complex
content
into parts
2
3
4 6
7
Voice
1
Props
...
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Best Practices in the Chinese Immersion Classroom

  1. 1. The Challenges of being an Immersion Teacher I work hard. I try many new strategies I am a learner. I find ways to engage students. I make Chinese understandable I teach social skills. I am flexible. I observe a lot. Challenges
  2. 2. Immersion Teachers:
  3. 3. How do I make the Chinese language comprehensible?
  4. 4. Body Language and Gestures TPR Visuals Student Centered Learning Break complex content into parts 2 3 4 6 7 Voice 1 Props 5
  5. 5. Voice and Exaggeration Tone Tone is the manner in which you speak and the quality of the sound that your vocal chords produce. Vocal tone is something that can be adjusted to a teacher’s advantage. When wanting to convey a warmer tone, smile as you speak. For delivering expectations, a more formal tone should be used. Think of your formal tone as your “professional” tone. I make input comprehensible 说话的语⽓气:当说话要表达温柔语⽓气时,还 要微笑。当说明规定时,语⽓气就要坚定。 1.
  6. 6. The Tone of your voice When is your birthday? Please sit down. Where is the monkey?I like ice-cream. He doesn’t like cats. Her shoes are dirty. The apple is round. Please don’t run. warm formal exaggeration 猴⼦子在哪⼉儿?我喜欢冰淇淋淋。 你的⽣生⽇日是⼏几⽇日⼏几号? 请坐。 他不不喜欢猫 她的鞋⼦子很脏. 苹果是圆圆的。 请不不要跑。
  7. 7. Volume Most teachers talk too loud. They turn up the volume because they believe that the louder they are the better their students will listen. But it isn’t true. Students tune out teachers who bark commands and instructions. Vary the volume of your voice. I make input comprehensible 1 1050 声⾳音的⾳音量量:⼤大部分⽼老老师 都太⼤大声。他们以为,越 ⼤大声,学⽣生会越听话。但 是这是错的。
  8. 8. Tempo Your tempo is how quickly or slowly you speak. Adjusting your tempo can be hard, but is very important when delivering new information to students. Slow down and simplify language when developmentally appropriate. I make input comprehensible ⽤用简单的字词慢慢说,尤其是对初级的学⽣生。
  9. 9. Body Language and Gestures are your SUPER POWERS
  10. 10. Body Language/Gestures I make input comprehensible Gestures reduce cognitive load. Gestures free up working memory. Gestures strengthen memory. (kinesthetics) 2.
  11. 11. Head tilt Shoulder shrug Hands on hips Thumb upWavy hand Circle finger Finger to lips Tap wrist Point finger to eyes Lower hands Immersion Teachers are Body Language Experts Crossed armsHand cupped to ear Arms stretched out
  12. 12. Body Language/gestures I make input comprehensible 2 Do not speak English or Chinese. Use body language only! Your partner will try and guess what you are saying’
  13. 13. Observe gestures, engagement of students, actions, checking understanding, repetition,
  14. 14. Body Language/gestures I make input comprehensible Get into groups of 2 people. Use: • body language • gestures and • voice to tell the story in Chinese. 2
  15. 15. Body Language and Gestures 2 Voice 1 Tone Volume Exaggeration Tempo
  16. 16. Total Physical Response (TPR) • comprehensible input • stress-free environment • the right to be silent I make input comprehensible 3.
  17. 17. Total Physical Response (TPR) I make input comprehensible
  18. 18. Total Physical Response Step 1: The teacher gives the command. Step 2: The teacher models the movement. Step 3: The student performs the action. I make input comprehensible
  19. 19. Comprehension
 
 precedes
 
 Production (Krashen & Terrell, 1983, p. 20) I make input comprehensible 先理理解,才有成果。学⽣生在开⼝口说话前,通常 已经了了解很多意思了了。
  20. 20. “Mom. Mom. Say it after me.” What’s wrong with this image?
  21. 21. The Silent Period Krashen, Stephen D. 1981. Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition I make input comprehensible 要给学⽣生⼀一段安静 期, 等他们吸收 後,再开⼝口说话
  22. 22. Acquisition vs. Learning Active listening and processing the language they hear Forced production of language
  23. 23. Immersion uses the Natural Approach to teach Mandarin
  24. 24. Visuals I make input comprehensible 6.
  25. 25. 星期⼀一 星期⼆二 星期三 星期四 星期五 星期六 星期天 ⼀一⽉月 ⼆二⽉月 三⽉月 四⽉月 五⽉月 六⽉月
  26. 26. Immerse students in visuals.
  27. 27. Radicals provide ‘hooks’ for memory 部⾸首提供了了和记忆的“连结点” 问 Visual Cues for learning Characters I make input comprehensible
  28. 28. Train the brain to see patterns and connections. 训练⼀一种能发现模式和联系的思维⽅方式
  29. 29. Connections strengthens memory 联系强化记忆
  30. 30. Intensity influences memory 强度影响记忆
  31. 31. Students need to connect characters to visual memory 学⽣生需要把汉字和视觉记忆连结起来。
  32. 32. Encourage imagination and ‘picture seeing’ ⽤用图⽚片帮助学汉字
  33. 33. small balls table tennis balls paper plates on sticks hand shapes on sticks Fish and magnets happy/sad faces on sticks ribbons on sticks balloons magic wand on sticks flashcards on string puppets feet cards envelopes with character cards scarves bean bags kush balls Concrete Objects For Learning I make input comprehensible ⽤用各种教具 (⽪皮 箱,玩偶,⼩小⽪皮球, ⻨麦克⻛风。。。) 8.
  34. 34. Props For Learning I make input comprehensible Props and Gestures For Learning Immersion Teachers need to be imaginative and creative!
  35. 35. Props For Learning I make input comprehensible A Bag of Props Use props and gestures to teach a lesson. 2. Look at the props and imagine a creative way to help children learn Chinese
  36. 36. Break complex information into component parts I make input comprehensible How do you introduce a new book to students? 例例如,当你要介绍⼀一本新书给学⽣生读时,要 如何把内容分成⼩小段,让学⽣生⽐比较容易易学呢?
  37. 37. Breaks complex information into component parts I make input comprehensible 沉浸教学的⽼老老师, 会将复杂的信息, 化整为零, 分成⼩小段.
  38. 38. How will you break it down into components? •What’s on the cover? •This is the front. This is the back. •What is the title of the book? (show flashcards) •Guess what the book is about. •What do we do when we listen? 让我看看,你怎么听⽼老老师读书 Pre-Reading I make input comprehensible 书的封⾯面有什什么? 猜猜看这本书讲什什么?
  39. 39. How will you break it down into components? •What’s on the cover? •This is the front. This is the back. •What is the title of the book? (show flashcards) •Guess what the book is about. •What do we do when we listen? 让我看看,你怎么听⽼老老师读书 Pre-Reading Reading •Students do Actions •Students make Sounds •Teacher uses Exciting tone •Teacher uses Pauses •Teacher slows down Tempo •Teacher varies Volume •Students engage with TPR I make input comprehensible 书的封⾯面有什什么? 猜猜看这本书讲什什么?
  40. 40. How will you break a book into components? •What’s on the cover? •This is the front. This is the back. •What is the title of the book? (show flashcards) •Guess what the book is about. •What do we do when we listen? 让我看看,你怎么听⽼老老师读书 Pre-Reading Reading Post-Reading •Students do Actions •Students make Sounds •Teacher uses Exciting tone •Teacher uses Pauses •Teacher slows down Tempo •Teacher varies Volume •Students engage with TPR •Act out story •Flashcard Games •Individual reading •Create personalized books Design a lesson to introduce a book 书的封⾯面有什什么? 猜猜看这本书讲什什么?
  41. 41. Break complex information and processes into component parts Design the first Lesson to introduce a new book. 設計第⼀一课 来介绍新书 What will the teacher say and do? ⽼老老师要说什什么?做什什么呢? What will the students do? 学⽣生要做什什么呢 I make input comprehensible
  42. 42. How will you break it down into components? Before you read, how will you get students curious? Pre-Reading Reading Post-Reading TEACHER Volume Tone Tempo Pause STUDENT How will students be engaged? How will you break down the components? ⽤用三个阶段来介绍⼀一本书 读前阶段 (读之前) 阅读阶段 读後阶段 (读之後) 2 teachers and students
  43. 43. 我懂了了 我不不懂了了 差不不多 I use frequent comprehension checks 我懂了了 请帮助我 666 我不不懂 555
  44. 44. Immersion teachers need to plan Student-Centered Activities 2.
  45. 45. In my Student-Centered Classroom 在以学⽣生为中 ⼼心的教室⾥里里, ⽼老老师理理解我.
  46. 46. 2 year olds Curious Surprise Big emotions Independent Side by side play Sorting Explore Pretend Free play Music and movement 2 year olds Attention span: 5-7min Special toy Sensory activities 好奇 假装 迹察 感官活动 ⾳音乐和运动 ⼤大情感 整理理 独⽴立 惊喜 Strong-willed
  47. 47. 3 year olds Why?Dramatic play Friendships Explore Classify objects Improved finger dexterity Songs and rhymes Attention span: 5-7min Social skills are improving Curious Concrete thinker BIG emotions
  48. 48. 4 year olds more self reliant more cooperative Follows routines greater self control Logical reasoning Friendship Attention span: 7-15 min Physical skills Independence
  49. 49. 5 year olds creative problem solvers prefer to work with others initiates conversations active games how" and "why" things happen carry out simple investigations attention span: 15-25 minutes consistency challenges explore the world interest in booksIndependence
  50. 50. Know your students I can focus for about 10 minutesI learn by making things I need to move a lot! I like to learn with my friend I am more independent
  51. 51. Mini-Lesson Direct Teaching Guided Learning 直接教学 引导教学 How will students learn?
  52. 52. Guided Learning 引导教学
  53. 53. 这个星期我们在学... Elmo 在哪⾥里里? 上 下 前 后 Have Clear Outcomes
  54. 54. How will you activate prior knowledge? 上 下秘密 前 后
  55. 55. How will students learn?5. group work mini-lesson technology videos songs learning centers worksheets 学⽣生将如何学习新的内容? inquiry ? ? 学习中⼼心 ⼩小型课程
  56. 56. mini-lesson ⼩小型课程
  57. 57. Student-centered Learning explore, practice, and expand their learning.
  58. 58. Writing Skills
  59. 59. Students write their own books 学⽣生会写⾃自⼰己的书
  60. 60. 65 这是我的家 我喜欢
  61. 61. ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⼀一遍⼀一遍的写
  62. 62. ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⾼ ⼜又⼀一遍
  63. 63. Look Cover Write Check X 看 写 遮 检查
  64. 64. lid mouth border Initially give English names to the writing strokes ⾸首先,给书写⽐比划起英⽂文名字
  65. 65. 我 curve straight down kick cut down kick cut bird Encourage students to ‘verbalize’ when writing. ⿎鼓励学⽣生写汉字时⽤用“语⾔言表达”
  66. 66. Pre-Writing Activities Popcorn characters Playdoh characters 写前热身 爆⽶米花字 橡⽪皮泥泥字
  67. 67. Pretzel characters 饼⼲干字
  68. 68. Shaving Cream Characters 奶油字
  69. 69. Writing Center
  70. 70. Chinese words I am learning 我 叫⼤大⼩小 Personal Word Wall 我的汉字墙 汉字 我在学习
  71. 71. Writing Center
  72. 72. Writing Center
  73. 73. Writing Center
  74. 74. Free-writing Grid-writing
  75. 75. Classroom Mailbox
  76. 76. Reading Center
  77. 77. 学⽣生会写⾃自⼰己的书 Students write their own books
  78. 78. 88
  79. 79. 89
  80. 80. 90
  81. 81. Talking Center
  82. 82. Talking Center
  83. 83. Talking Center
  84. 84. Talking Center
  85. 85. Talking Center
  86. 86. Walkie-Talkies Toy Phone Microphone Telephone iPads / Audio Apps Talking Center
  87. 87. Vocabulary Center
  88. 88. Vocabulary Center
  89. 89. Listening Center
  90. 90. Sentence Making Center
  91. 91. Sentence Making Center
  92. 92. Math Center ⼗十⼀一 ⼗十⼆二
  93. 93. Math Center 九 ⼗十⼆二 ⼀一 ⼆二 三 四 五 六 七 ⼋八 九 ⼗十
  94. 94. Math Center ⼀一 ⼆二 三 四 五 六 七 ⼋八 九 ⼗十
  95. 95. A Lesson Breakdown of a Student-Centered Classroom Know your students Brainstorm Visuals Think-Pair-Share Movement Activate prior knowledge? Attention span Interests Abilities Needs Display student-friendly Learning Outcomes Display Learning Outcomes in child-friendly ways How will students learn? Songs/Videos Small group Inquiry Guided Discovery Collaboration Mini-lesson Independent learning Technology Learning Centers Direct teaching - whole group 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. How will students demonstrate their learning? Role-play Learning Journal Observation Tasks Summative assessment Comprehension Checks 6. Celebrate learning! Video Field Trip School Assembly Showcase
  96. 96. Body Language and Gestures TPR Visuals Student Centered Learning Break complex content into parts 2 3 4 6 7 Voice 1 Props 5 8 School To Home
  97. 97. www.creativechinese.com

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