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Reading and
writing
characters
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Brain was
disengaged脑袋瓜无法和汉字连结。
No Learning
Autonomy
没有学习自主权
Chinese Journals
Choice Boards
Work Stations
打破常规思考问题
要解决这个问题,你需要打破常规思维。
创造性思考
创造性思维
That’s the way we
have always done it!
这就是我们一直做事的方法
“Give a person a
fish and he/she
will eat for a day.
Teach a person to
fish and he/she
will eat for a
lifetime.”
授人于鱼不如授之于...
跳出传统的思维框框,以新的眼光看问题
New ways of ensuring students are successful learners
确保学生新的方式是成功的学习者
Inspire students
鼓舞和激励学生
Gǔwǔ Hé Jīlì
Xuéshēng
Students need to take responsible for their own
learning.
There is way too much spoon-feeding in Chinese
language classroo...
创新性思维
Learning Outcomes for students
• On entering classroom, students know exactly what they will
achieve in the lesson.
• I will not spoon-feed my students.
• It will be a THINKING classroom!
• 填鸭式
‘Raising the bar’
High ExpectationsEngage Learners
The traditional model of Teaching
Teach Test Move on
Repeat......
Teach Test Move on
Teach - Test - Move on
Thinking outside the box is about...
Repeat and
perform
introduction
to class.
Write own
introduction
and perform
to class.
Make a TV
interview and
interview a...
An Example 80/20
1.Teacher reviews previous lesson.
2.Teacher asks the whole class to repeat new vocabulary.
3. Teacher as...
An Example 80/20
1. Students play game to review previous lesson.
2. Teacher models new vocabulary, and students rehearse
...
Tips for Academic Rigour in
the Secondary School
• Clear Learning
Outcomes
• Less Teacher Talk
• Lesson variation
• More I...
Challenge Engagemen
t
平衡
Pínghéng
How often do your students go into this mode?
Engaged Learners
Culture of Thinking
As teachers, we have a
duty....• to encourage independent learning!
• I expect student to take responsibility for learning...
How do we engage our Secondary School
students?
Engagement in the
Secondary School classroom
• Secondary school students want
Meaningful Learning (purpose)
• Culture as a...
Secondary school students
• being accepted by peers
• being part of a group
• TALK Partners
Meaningful learning
• Purpose of learning
• Authentic context
Innovation in the Chinese
classroom
The student has:
 Some freedom/choice in acquiring skills and
understandings
 Respon...
Choice Boards
Students choose from a menu of options
Tasks vary by process and interest
Some anchor activities can be r...
选择板-我们来开派对吧
Choice Boards
Topics: Chinese New
Year
Animals of the Zodiac
Choose one
Choose any ONE activity from the top
row to complete in this lesson.
Reminders
At the end of this lesson you must pass
up ONE completed activity.
Please write your name on your
worksheet or Index card.
You will now receive a
yellow envelope.
• One the outside of the yellow envelope,
paste the Choice Board list of activitie...
Inside the yellow
envelope is:
• Worksheet 1
• Worksheet 2
• Worksheet 3
• Index Card
A Learning contract
is...
 A written agreement between the student
and the teacher which includes opportunities
for the s...
Learning Contracts
The student has:
 Some freedom/choice in acquiring skills and
understandings
 Responsibility for lear...
Thumbs up - On-Task Tracker
Rap
Role-play
Card game
Cartoon
Poster
Map
Vocab. game
Technology
Work Stations
Set up Learning Activities
安排学习活动
课题一:做护照
课题二:奥运的吉祥物
课题三:进行调查
课题四:设计一个跟交通路线有关的对话.
课题五:比赛项目时间表
课题六:运动饶舌歌
My Exchange Student
What supplies will he/she need?
What are his/her interests?
What time is he/she arriving?
How will I s...
非诚勿扰
Guess what? Over the next 6 months you will prepare to
go on the TV show Fēichéngwùrǎo
I can introduce myself using my name, my age, and my
nationality
I can describe my (and others)
personality
I can describe...
Look, Cover, Write, Check
Rainbow Writing
绿
蓝
黑
红
Students use a 4 color pen to learn the stroke order of characters.
Daily Lesson Reflections
好
不好
Story writing
1. Encourage students to create
stories
2. Introduce ‘Chinglish’ to
beginners
3. Nurture creativity with Chi...
孙悟空
Students create their own books
89
Word Walls
My Word Bank
• store new words
• expand vocabulary
• easy to refer to..
• customized for
each individual
student
90
91
Learning Map
Writing Journals
写日记
有意义的写作
Formula Writing Express myself!
I hope there is a new series of Dr.
Who.
I especially like watching music
videos, because ...
Expressing my
opinion matters..
I think...
I feel...
I wish...
I hope...
My opinion is...
我想
我觉得
我期许
我的意见是
我希望
Chinese Journals
1. Three times a week, you will write an entry in
your 日记. You can use 英文 and 中文 to start with.
2. The Jo...
写作是一个过程
,并允许学生犯
错误!
Writing is a
process, and
students are
permitted to
make mistakes!
There’s a Celebrity in my Journal
Week
What does he look like?
他是什么样子的?
What do you like about him?
关于他你喜欢他什么?
What don’t ...
Word Order 句子中的词序
S.T. P.V.O
我
星期一
在学校
踢 足球I
Monday
at school
kicked
football
Tenses 过去,现在和将来时态
• Past
• Present
• Future
我现在.......
我以前.......
我将去.......
Writing from Day 1
Support writing for meaning
Encourage use of characters
Allow feedback for learning
从第一天开始,让学生用中文写句子。
Adopt an Egg Project
Decorate an egg
Write a description of egg in Chinese
Introduce Adopted egg to class
Create an ID for...
Adopt an Egg Project
• Today you will receive your egg.
• 今天你收到一个鸡蛋。
• You will take it home and decorate it.
• 你要把这个鸡蛋带回家...
Adopt an Animal Project
for 5 year olds
104
Think, Pair, Share
想, 谈, 分享
Talk about how you can start
Journal writing in your classroom.
Building Blocks
建筑字的部首
Meaning
意思
Connections - 连结点
space
visual cues
building blocks
Week Strategies to
attack
characters
Writing for
meaning
Modeled
Writing
Strategies to
write characters
Weeks 1 Explore 20...
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  1. 1. Reading and writing characters
  2. 2. 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高 高
  3. 3. Brain was disengaged脑袋瓜无法和汉字连结。
  4. 4. No Learning Autonomy 没有学习自主权
  5. 5. Chinese Journals Choice Boards Work Stations
  6. 6. 打破常规思考问题
  7. 7. 要解决这个问题,你需要打破常规思维。
  8. 8. 创造性思考 创造性思维
  9. 9. That’s the way we have always done it! 这就是我们一直做事的方法
  10. 10. “Give a person a fish and he/she will eat for a day. Teach a person to fish and he/she will eat for a lifetime.” 授人于鱼不如授之于渔 - 孔子
  11. 11. 跳出传统的思维框框,以新的眼光看问题
  12. 12. New ways of ensuring students are successful learners 确保学生新的方式是成功的学习者
  13. 13. Inspire students 鼓舞和激励学生 Gǔwǔ Hé Jīlì Xuéshēng
  14. 14. Students need to take responsible for their own learning. There is way too much spoon-feeding in Chinese language classrooms! 填鸭式 没有学习自主权
  15. 15. 创新性思维
  16. 16. Learning Outcomes for students • On entering classroom, students know exactly what they will achieve in the lesson.
  17. 17. • I will not spoon-feed my students. • It will be a THINKING classroom! • 填鸭式
  18. 18. ‘Raising the bar’ High ExpectationsEngage Learners
  19. 19. The traditional model of Teaching Teach Test Move on
  20. 20. Repeat...... Teach Test Move on
  21. 21. Teach - Test - Move on
  22. 22. Thinking outside the box is about...
  23. 23. Repeat and perform introduction to class. Write own introduction and perform to class. Make a TV interview and interview a favorite sports star about his/her family Use an image to talk about a family. Respond to a person talking about their family. Create a new toy. Introduce it and it’s family members.
  24. 24. An Example 80/20 1.Teacher reviews previous lesson. 2.Teacher asks the whole class to repeat new vocabulary. 3. Teacher asks individual students a question to review new vocabulary. 4. Teacher demonstrates writing of new characters. Students copy characters in book. 5. Teacher writes sentences on board. Student copy sentences. 6. Teacher review new vocabulary. Students repeat.
  25. 25. An Example 80/20 1. Students play game to review previous lesson. 2. Teacher models new vocabulary, and students rehearse with Talk Partner. 3. Students conduct survey of classmates using new vocabulary. 4. Students follow stroke order and write new characters. 5. Students create their own sentences using new vocabulary, and read to their Talk Partner. 6. Students write Journal entry of what was learnt today.
  26. 26. Tips for Academic Rigour in the Secondary School • Clear Learning Outcomes • Less Teacher Talk • Lesson variation • More Inquiry-based Learning • Raising standards • Expecting much from students • Deep Learning • Developing a ‘THINKING’ curriculum WHAT? HOW?
  27. 27. Challenge Engagemen t 平衡 Pínghéng
  28. 28. How often do your students go into this mode? Engaged Learners
  29. 29. Culture of Thinking
  30. 30. As teachers, we have a duty....• to encourage independent learning! • I expect student to take responsibility for learning. • I provide the scaffolding for learning. • Students do the work and demonstrate their learning
  31. 31. How do we engage our Secondary School students?
  32. 32. Engagement in the Secondary School classroom • Secondary school students want Meaningful Learning (purpose) • Culture as a delivery of language (interest) • Technology (relevance) • Learning Contracts (choice) • Collaboration (motivation)
  33. 33. Secondary school students • being accepted by peers • being part of a group • TALK Partners
  34. 34. Meaningful learning • Purpose of learning • Authentic context
  35. 35. Innovation in the Chinese classroom The student has:  Some freedom/choice in acquiring skills and understandings  Responsibility for learning independently  Guidelines for completing work and time management  Expectations tailored to readiness level  The teacher is available as a guide to learning
  36. 36. Choice Boards Students choose from a menu of options Tasks vary by process and interest Some anchor activities can be required of all students Can be used for homework, projects, and assessment Require deeper learning and higher-order thinking skills
  37. 37. 选择板-我们来开派对吧
  38. 38. Choice Boards Topics: Chinese New Year Animals of the Zodiac
  39. 39. Choose one
  40. 40. Choose any ONE activity from the top row to complete in this lesson. Reminders
  41. 41. At the end of this lesson you must pass up ONE completed activity.
  42. 42. Please write your name on your worksheet or Index card.
  43. 43. You will now receive a yellow envelope. • One the outside of the yellow envelope, paste the Choice Board list of activities.
  44. 44. Inside the yellow envelope is: • Worksheet 1 • Worksheet 2 • Worksheet 3 • Index Card
  45. 45. A Learning contract is...  A written agreement between the student and the teacher which includes opportunities for the student to work relatively independently on demonstrating their learning.
  46. 46. Learning Contracts The student has:  Some freedom/choice in acquiring skills and understandings  Responsibility for learning independently  Guidelines for completing work and time management  Expectations tailored to readiness level  The teacher is available as a guide to learning
  47. 47. Thumbs up - On-Task Tracker
  48. 48. Rap Role-play Card game Cartoon Poster Map Vocab. game Technology
  49. 49. Work Stations
  50. 50. Set up Learning Activities 安排学习活动 课题一:做护照 课题二:奥运的吉祥物 课题三:进行调查 课题四:设计一个跟交通路线有关的对话. 课题五:比赛项目时间表 课题六:运动饶舌歌
  51. 51. My Exchange Student What supplies will he/she need? What are his/her interests? What time is he/she arriving? How will I show him/her around the school? What places will you take him/her to? What are his/her food likes and dislikes What’s his/her personality like? What school subjects will he/she study? What are his/her feelings about coming to the US? How will I show him/her around my house? How will I introduce myself? What does he/she look like? Who is in his/her family?
  52. 52. 非诚勿扰 Guess what? Over the next 6 months you will prepare to go on the TV show Fēichéngwùrǎo
  53. 53. I can introduce myself using my name, my age, and my nationality I can describe my (and others) personality I can describe my physical descriptions - hair, eyes, height, weight My Learning Outcomes I can ask others about their family members I can describe my hobbies and daily routine I can read a description of a contestant and formulate questions to ask I can write a script for my appearance as a contestant I can express my likes/dislikes about food, school, and pets Get ready to be a contestant on 非诚勿扰! I can complete an application to be a contestant
  54. 54. Look, Cover, Write, Check
  55. 55. Rainbow Writing 绿 蓝 黑 红 Students use a 4 color pen to learn the stroke order of characters.
  56. 56. Daily Lesson Reflections 好 不好
  57. 57. Story writing 1. Encourage students to create stories 2. Introduce ‘Chinglish’ to beginners 3. Nurture creativity with Chinese characters Don’t limit your students to traditional topics
  58. 58. 孙悟空
  59. 59. Students create their own books
  60. 60. 89 Word Walls
  61. 61. My Word Bank • store new words • expand vocabulary • easy to refer to.. • customized for each individual student 90
  62. 62. 91 Learning Map
  63. 63. Writing Journals 写日记 有意义的写作
  64. 64. Formula Writing Express myself! I hope there is a new series of Dr. Who. I especially like watching music videos, because I want to learn to play the guitar. Students need to see a purpose for writing
  65. 65. Expressing my opinion matters.. I think... I feel... I wish... I hope... My opinion is... 我想 我觉得 我期许 我的意见是 我希望
  66. 66. Chinese Journals 1. Three times a week, you will write an entry in your 日记. You can use 英文 and 中文 to start with. 2. The Journal is where you will write your thoughts, opinions, and likes/dislikes about anything. You may also illustrate your journal. 3. Every Friday, I will collect your Journals and give you feedback about your writing.
  67. 67. 写作是一个过程 ,并允许学生犯 错误! Writing is a process, and students are permitted to make mistakes!
  68. 68. There’s a Celebrity in my Journal Week What does he look like? 他是什么样子的? What do you like about him? 关于他你喜欢他什么? What don’t you like about him? 关于他你不喜欢他什么? What kind of person is he? 他是什么样的人呢? What does he do best? 他(是)做什么最好? 在周记里有名人(学生在他们的日记里写一个名人.)
  69. 69. Word Order 句子中的词序 S.T. P.V.O 我 星期一 在学校 踢 足球I Monday at school kicked football
  70. 70. Tenses 过去,现在和将来时态 • Past • Present • Future 我现在....... 我以前....... 我将去.......
  71. 71. Writing from Day 1 Support writing for meaning Encourage use of characters Allow feedback for learning 从第一天开始,让学生用中文写句子。
  72. 72. Adopt an Egg Project Decorate an egg Write a description of egg in Chinese Introduce Adopted egg to class Create an ID for Adopted Egg Record daily activities of Adopted egg What did we learn? Descriptions, parts of body, family, colors, dates, days of the week, numbers, nationalities, likes/dislikes, daily routine,
  73. 73. Adopt an Egg Project • Today you will receive your egg. • 今天你收到一个鸡蛋。 • You will take it home and decorate it. • 你要把这个鸡蛋带回家 。画眼睛,头发,鼻子 etc., • You will care for your egg and write a weekly diary about the adventures of your egg using the S.T.V.O. rule. • 这个鸡蛋是你领养的。每天要保护它。你也要 写一个日记 (你的鸡蛋喜欢什么?它的日常生活 是什么?)
  74. 74. Adopt an Animal Project for 5 year olds 104
  75. 75. Think, Pair, Share 想, 谈, 分享 Talk about how you can start Journal writing in your classroom.
  76. 76. Building Blocks 建筑字的部首
  77. 77. Meaning 意思
  78. 78. Connections - 连结点 space visual cues building blocks
  79. 79. Week Strategies to attack characters Writing for meaning Modeled Writing Strategies to write characters Weeks 1 Explore 20 radicals Modeled writing Stroke order Space/visual cues Week 2 Explore10 radicals Begin Journal writing Tenses/stroke order Space/visual cues Week 3 Categorize characters Journal writing Tenses/stroke order Look, Cover, Write, Check Week 4 Explore 10 radicals Journal writing S.T.V.P.O order Look, Cover, Write, Check
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