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Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
Ssat chinese conference a journey to the east final
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  • A journey to the East - embedding the international dimension and the role of ICT in developing independent language learners Liz Fotheringham, St George’s VA School
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    • 1. A journey to the East Liz Fotheringham St George’s School Harpenden (A new Confucius classroom ) [email_address] http://lizfotheringham.wordpress.com
    • 2. www.wordle.net What are we trying to achieve?
    • 3. Math 1 st link with partner School (BHMS) in China established – April 2007 Maths teachers’ visit to BHMS 2008 2 nd school Partnership Established (SBS) 2008 Music teacher Chinese gov. study award 2009 Year 12 Visit to China Summer 2007 Mandarin Club KS3 and KS5 September 2007 KS5 History George Hogg Curriculum project 2008 A whole school approach Year 7 English Year 7 History Languages teacher Chinese gov. study award 2010 New Confucius Classroom 2010 World challenge SBS Visit from BHMS 2011 1 st Year 7 China Day 2009 Year 7 Geography
    • 4. School partnerships
      • 2007 Beijing Huiwen Middle School
      • 2008 Shandan Bailie School
    • 5. History The George Hogg story
    • 6. English
    • 7.
      • Martial arts (PE)
      • Hogg history
      • Mahjong (Maths)
      • Chinese Music (Music)
      • Calligraphy
      • Mandarin
      • Drama (English)
      Year 7 China Day
    • 8.
      • Liǎng zhī lǎohǔ x2
      • 两只老虎
      • Pǎode kuài x 2
      • 跑得快
      • Yīzhī méi yǒu ěr duo
      • 一只没有耳朵
      • Yīzhī méi yǒu wěi ba
      • 一只没有尾巴
      • Zhēn qí guài x2
      • 真奇怪
      X X www.openclipart,org http://www.chinese-tools.com/songs/song/100/liangzhilaohu.html
    • 9.
      • Maths – Mahjong
      • Food technology – Chinese food club
      • Business Studies
      • Art
      • Geography
      Across the curriculum
    • 10. Summer camps
    • 11.
      • Key stage 5
      • 3 classes a week for year 12
      • 1 class for year 13
      • Asset languages qualification
      • Key stage 3/4
      • Lunch time club
      Learning Chinese – what we offer
    • 12.
      • Challenges
      • Linguistic challenges
      • No native teacher
      • Attendance
      • Time
      • Continuity
      • Solutions
      • Content - focus on cultural interest
      • Emphasis on oral work
      • Promotion of independent learning
      • Use of ICT and online tools to support learning
      Language lessons – organising learning
    • 13.
      • Festivals
      • Food
      • Traditions
      • Places
      • People
      • Superstitions
      • Characters
      Content – cultural focus
    • 14.
      • Use of online video/audio to support skills development
      • Transactional language
      • Kinaesthetic activities – card sorting games
      • Songs
      • Role plays
      Emphasis on oral work
    • 15. Pronouns I - w ŏ 我 you - nĭ 你 you (polite) nín - 您 he - tā 他 she - tā 她 it - t ā 它 we - wŏmen 我们 you - nĭmen 你们 they - tāmen 他们 / 她们 Numbers yī 一 one èr 二 two sān 三 three sì 四 four wǔ 五 five liù 六 six qī 七 seven bā 八 eight jiŭ 九 nine shí 十 ten shíyī 十一 eleven shí’èr 十二 twelve èrshí 二十 twenty èrshíyī 二十一 twenty one èrshíèr 二十二 twenty two sānshíyī 三十一 thirty one wǔshí 五十 fifty yìbǎi 一百 one hundred Nǐ hǎo 你好 hello Nǐ hǎo ma? 你好吗? How are you Hĕn hǎo 很好 Very well Mǎmǎ hūhū 马马虎虎 so so Bù hǎo 不好 Not good Zài jiàn 再见 good bye, see you again Bù cuò 不错 not bad/pretty good Hái kĕyǐ 还可以 OK pretty good Xièxie 谢谢 Thank you Nín gùi xìng 您贵姓 What is your (honourable) surname? nǐ jiào shénme (Míngzi)? 你叫什么 What’s your name? nǐ jiào ………ma? 你叫。。。。。吗? Are you called….? Wǒ jiào……. 我叫 I’m called …. Wǒ xìng….. 我姓 My name (surname) is.. Nǐ ne? 你呢? And you…… duōshǎo qián 多少钱 how much is that? qián 钱 money kuài/yuán 块 / 元 dollar/renmibi/yuan (Chinese currency) yìbǎi kuài qián 一百块钱 100 dollars qǐngwèn 请问 May I ask.. (polite way of asking question) guì 贵 Expensive tài guì le 太贵了 Too expensive! Nǐ kǒukě ma? 你口渴吗? Are you thirsty? Nǐ è ma? 你饿吗? Are you hungry? Nǐ lèi ma? 你累吗? Are you tired? Nǐ máng ma? 你忙吗? Are you busy? shéi 谁 who? Ne 呢 for questions where subject has already been mentioned Yĕ 也 also Shénme 什么 what Míngzi 名字 name/first name Lǎoshī 老师 teacher Rén 人 person Zhè 这 this Nǎ 哪 what? Which? Verbs Shì 是 to be/am/is/are Qù 去 to go Xǐhuān 喜欢 to like Yào 要 to want/need Hē 喝 to drink Chī 吃 to eat Xiǎng 想 to want to/would like to Jiào 叫 be named/called Xìng 姓 surname/family name Time expressions shàngwǔ 上午 morning zǎoshang 早上 morning xiàwǔ 下午 afternoon wǎnsh àng 晚上 evening xìanzaì 现在 now dǐan (zhōng) 点(钟) o’clock b àn 半 half k è 刻 quarter fēn 分 minute ch à 差 to be short of; lack m íngtiān 明天 tomorrow zuótiān 昨天 yesterday jīnnían 今年 this year míngnían 明年 next year Yuè 月 month; moon yī yuè 一月 January èr yuè 二月 February Xīngqīyī 星期一 Monday Xīngqīèr 星期二 Tuesday Xīngqīrì 星期日 Sunday Xīngqītiān 星期天 Sunday jīntiān shì xīngqīyī 今天是星期一 today is Monday Shēngri 生日 birthday Wǒde 我的 my/mine Countries Zhōngguó 中国 China Yīngguó 英国 Britain Mĕiguó 美国 America Fǎguó 法国 France Éguó 俄国 Russia Déguó 德国 Germany Rìbĕn 日本 Japan Drinks 咖啡 kāfēi coffee 茶 ch á tea 红茶 hóngchá black tea 绿茶 lǜchá green tea 水 shuǐ water 葡萄酒 pútaojiǔ wine 啤酒 píjiǔ beer 橙汁 chéngzhī orange juice 橘汁 júzhī orange juice 可乐 kĕlè cola
    • 16. 你 好 Nǐ hǎo 早上 好 Z ǎo shang hǎo 晚上 好 W ǎnshang hǎo 我喜欢喝 wŏ xǐhuān hē 咖啡 kāfēi 茶 ch á 水 shuǐ 我妈妈 Wŏ m āmā 还是 háishì 红茶 hóngchá 绿茶 lǜchá 花茶 huāchá 橘汁 júzhī. 水 shuǐ. 咖啡 kāfēi. 八点 b ā diăn . 七点 q ī diăn 六 点 liù diăn 我不喜欢喝 wŏ bù xǐhuān hē 牛奶 niúnǎi. 可乐 kělè. 橙汁 chéngzhī. 喜欢喝 xǐhuān hē 早饭 zǎofàn 午饭 wǔfàn 晚饭 wǎnfàn 我 们 Wŏmen 吃晚饭 chī wǎnfàn.
    • 17.
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7laBfy89qK8
      • http://v.ku6.com/show/x_osCitAxPxYWsuc.html
      • http://chinesepod.com/lessons/colors-song
      • http://kid.chinese.cn/rhymes/article/2011-02/23/content_229528.htm
      Songs
    • 18.
      • Dictionary use
      • Character recognition
      • Use of ICT and school’s VLE
      Promoting independent language learning
    • 19. 谁 哪儿 要 什么 shéi n ă r yào shénme 哪个字不词于 ? N ă ge cí b ù sh ŭ y ú ? 晚上 喜欢 明天 今年 w ă nshang xĭhuan míngtiān jīnnián
    • 20. 这个字的笔画多少? Zhè ge zì de bĭhuà duō sh ă o
    • 21. 这个字 有什么部首? Zhè ge zì yŏu shénme bùshǒu?
    • 22. Working out the meaning and pronunciation of a character
      • Identify the radical
      • Find the number of the radical at the front of your dictionary
      • Count the number of other strokes
      • Look up in the character index of your dictionary
      • Look character up in the Pinyin section of your dictionary.
    • 23. 轮到你了 。。 Lúndào nĭ le ….
      • 要  
      • 喝  
      • shuō
      • chī
      • huā
      • hóng
      • yào 
    • 24. 哪个词不属于 ? N ă ge cí b ù sh ŭ y ú ? 一 二 三 四 红 hóng 我 也 他 你 绿 lǜ 好 九 五 七 白 bái 妈妈 妹妹 哥哥 姐姐 蓝 lán 是 吗 有 要 黄 huáng 日本 香港 中国 英国 黑 hēi 医生 老师 学校 学生
    • 25. Use of ICT to support learning
    • 26. http://www.nciku.com/ http://chinesepod.com/ http://www.chinese-tools.com/ http://mylo.dcsf.gov.uk/ http://english.cntv.cn/learnchinese/ http://www.youtube.com/ http://www.newconceptmandarin.com http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/chinese http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/ http://popupchinese.com http://eurotalk.com/en/ Useful websites
    • 27. I really like learning about a completely different language, which is unlike any language I have learnt before. I wanted to learn Mandarin because it was a language that was completely unrelated to the kind of languages I was familiar with, and I was interested to see how the language, particularly the characters worked. Also the China trip sounded amazing! I enjoy learning Mandarin as I find different cultures interesting. I really like learning about a completely different language, which is unlike any language I have learnt before. I enjoy learning about a culture and language which are so different to ours. It is interesting and challenging but I feel it’s worth it to learn a unique skill I’d never get otherwise. I really like learning about a completely different language, which is unlike any language I have learnt before. I enjoy learning Mandarin because of all the cool characters. I enjoy learning languages and since I didn’t want to take a language for A level I thought taking up Mandarin would be fun and is. It would also look good on my UCAS application. I think learning Mandarin is interesting and it is useful to know. It is also a unique skill to have.
    • 28. “ A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” Lao Tzu Liz Fotheringham http://lizfotheringham.wordpress.com [email_address] 谢谢

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