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Learning check - Mandarin Chinese beginners

Learning check - Mandarin Chinese beginners

A booklet taking students through basic phrases and vocabulary. I use this in class in the last few lessons or sometimes give to more independent students to complete over a holiday period. I’ve also used it to assess learning with new students if they’re not absolute beginners. Developed for upper primary but would also be good consolidation for secondary. Numbers Tones Greetings Name Age This is a … Family Colours Dates
Kath45
Chinese Numbers & Greetings - Chatterbox Activity

Chinese Numbers & Greetings - Chatterbox Activity

Chinese Numbers & Greetings - Chatterbox Activity Use the Numbers & Greetings work sheet and activity to introduce and / or revise new vocabulary to your class. The chatterbox work sheet can be used with other new vocabulary, too. Suitable for middle to upper primary.
gbbrowny68
Primary Mandarin: Numbers 1-10

Primary Mandarin: Numbers 1-10

These resources individually looks at each number in Chinese for numbers 1-10. Each booklet instructs the student how to write each number according to the stroke order and there are also colouring pages for child to colour in and numbers 2-10 reinforces previously learnt numbers. These resources are designed for Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2 {P1 - P3 in Northern Ireland} learners, however they can be used for Key Stage 2 {P4 - P7 in Northern Ireland} learners who are learning Mandarin for the very first time. Because Key Stage 1 learners are so very young, and due to Mandarin’s existing complexity, my advice is to introduce each number for each lesson. For example, one lesson, they complete workbook 1 and then the next lesson, complete workbook 2 and so on. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Primary Mandarin: Numbers: 1-5

Primary Mandarin: Numbers: 1-5

These resources individually looks at each number in Chinese for numbers 1-5. Each booklet instructs the student how to write each number according to the stroke order and there are also colouring pages for child to colour in and numbers 2-5 reinforces previously learnt numbers. These resources are designed for Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2 {P1 - P3 in Northern Ireland} learners, however they can be used for Key Stage 2 {P4 - P7 in Northern Ireland} learners who are learning Mandarin for the very first time. Because Key Stage 1 learners are so very young, and due to Mandarin’s existing complexity, my advice is to introduce each number for each lesson. For example, one lesson, they complete workbook 1 and then the next lesson, complete workbook 2 and so on. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Fortune Teller

Fortune Teller

Two packs included: 1. Fortune Teller: students work in pairs to find out their best animal friend 2. Chatterbox - speaking activity: students work in pairs to take turns to ask and answer simple questions about themselves.
feitiannvh520
End of year Year 7 quiz/game

End of year Year 7 quiz/game

These are the questions for an End of Year 7 (1st year of Chinese) quiz. The questions go with a game similar to Jenga which you can buy at Australian Kmarts called Bugs Building. It has 3 colours and a dice with the colours on. Students roll the dice and whichever colour they roll they have to answer a question from that pile. If they can answer correct they can play a piece in the colour of the question they answered. *Could also be used as quiz questions without the game.
Lostinthesuburbz
Chinese Number Cards - 1 to 20

Chinese Number Cards - 1 to 20

5 sheets featuring numbers from 1 to 20 in European numbers and Chinese characters. The Pinyin for each Chinese character is on each card. Teaching ideas include; Memory game, flash cards, Snap.
gbbrowny68
Mandarin and English Numbers to 10 Play Dough and Tracing Mats

Mandarin and English Numbers to 10 Play Dough and Tracing Mats

About This Product: Play dough or tracing mats for numbers 1 to 10 in Mandarin and English. Includes 10 play dough or tracing mats for the numbers with stroke guides. Curriculum/Framework:  EYLF Australia OUTCOME 2: CHILDREN ARE CONNECTED WITH AND CONTRIBUTE TO THEIR WORLD Children respond to diversity with respect Australian Curriculum – Foundation to Year 2 Chinese - Second Language Learner Pathway Informing Locate and present information about familiar objects, people and personal interests using visual and contextual cues [Key concepts: self, family, home, routines; Key processes: obtaining, processing] (ACLCHC004) Translating Identify equivalent or similar Chinese words or phrases for familiar objects or terms in English [Key concepts: similarity, difference; Key processes: translating, connecting, interpreting] (ACLCHC007) Year Level: Preschool, Kindergarten/Foundation Year, Year 1 Resource Type: PDF Size: 3.18Mb Number of Pages: 12 (10 mats)                                                         Terms of Use: © Copyright 2016 TeachEzy @ teachezy.com. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original purchaser only. Copying for more than one teacher or classroom, or for an entire department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed for public view, uploaded to school or district websites, distributed via email, or submitted to file sharing sites such as Amazon Inspire. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Intended for single classroom and personal use only.
TeachEzy
Mandarin Chinese Club - Full pack with lessons, resources, scheme of work (Full term)

Mandarin Chinese Club - Full pack with lessons, resources, scheme of work (Full term)

This pack contains 7 weeks' worth of lessons and resources for a weekly Mandarin Chinese club. Applicable to all school ages. Included in the pack: - Complete Chinese club lessons. - Hyperlinked videos with accompanying questions. - Footnotes on slides to explain background, give answers, provide teacher instruction and advice, pronunciation guide and URL links to other resources such as Chinese character writing paper and access to Websites which generate Chinese names and transliterated English names in Chinese. - Display poster. - Chinese flag image to be used as a PowerPoint background if teacher wants to create new slides or edit PowerPoints. - Chinese award slips. - Promotional poster for departments and classrooms. - Labels for students to put on books/folders in Chinese. - Medium-term plan for seven weeks' worth of lesson. - Covers a range of basic linguistic content (see basic outline below) as well as cultural themes such as festivals, traditions etc. The pack is designed to provide a fully prepared set of short lessons for a Chinese club which requires minimal to no teacher preparation. Fantastic resource for raising the profile of languages in your school and giving students an introduction to non-European languages. Basic outline of 7 week course: 1. Spring Festival/Chinese New Year 2. Greetings/Introducing oneself 3. Numbers (receptive) 4. Numbers (productive) 5. How old are you? 6. Geography of China 7. Qingming/Pure Brightness Festival
tcnewman
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 5: Telling the time - the whole hour

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 5: Telling the time - the whole hour

Welcome to Stage 5 of telling the time in Mandarin Chinese! This pack instructs learners how to tell the time in Mandarin Chinese in the whole hour. There is an explicit powerpoint which provides good instructions followed by interactive activities. There are also accompanying differentiated workbooks for learners of all levels. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 4: Telling the time - twenty to the hour

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 4: Telling the time - twenty to the hour

Welcome to Stage 4 of telling the time in Mandarin Chinese! This pack instructs learners how to tell the time in Mandarin Chinese from o'clock to twenty to the hour. There is an explicit powerpoint which provides good instructions followed by interactive activities. There are also accompanying differentiated workbooks for learners of all levels. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 3: Telling the time - half past the hour

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 3: Telling the time - half past the hour

Welcome to Stage 3 of telling the time in Mandarin Chinese! This pack instructs learners how to tell the time in Mandarin Chinese from only o'clock to half past the hour. There is an explicit powerpoint which provides good instructions followed by interactive activities. There are also accompanying differentiated workbook for learners of all levels. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 2: Telling the time - quarter past the hour

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 2: Telling the time - quarter past the hour

Welcome to Stage 2 of telling the time in Mandarin Chinese! This pack instructs learners how to tell the time in Mandarin Chinese from only o'clock to a quarter past the hour. There is an explicit powerpoint which provides good instructions followed by interactive activities. There are also accompanying differentiated workbook for learners of all levels. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1:  Stage 1: Telling the time - O'clock

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Stage 1: Telling the time - O'clock

Welcome to Stage 1 of telling the time in Mandarin Chinese! This pack instructs learners how to tell the time in Mandarin Chinese using only o'clock. There is an explicit powerpoint which provides good instructions followed by interactive activities. There are also accompanying differentiated workbook for learners of all levels. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Lesson 2-2: Animals, numbers 1-10 and age

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Lesson 2-2: Animals, numbers 1-10 and age

Unit 2: Animals Lesson 2-2: Animals, numbers 1-10, age Vocabulary: 岁 (measure word for age),兔子 (rabbit),鸡 (chicken),鱼 (fish),六 (6),七 (7),八 (8),九 (9),十 (10) (total: 39 words) (total number of characters: 41) Differentiation: 牛 (cow), (total: 42 words) (total number of characters: 53) Objective 1: Recall a total of six animals studied (seven for more able speakers) Objective 2: Recall the numbers from 1-10 in Mandarin Chinese Objective 3: Recall how to express one's age in Mandarin Chinese Present each item of vocabulary and the students repeat each item. There are games and exercises which follow. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Activity 2-1 (higher level version): Animals and numbers 1-5

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Activity 2-1 (higher level version): Animals and numbers 1-5

Unit 2: Animals Activity 2-1: Animals and numbers 1-5 This activity is designed for children in their first year studying Mandarin Chinese. This is a higher level version geared towards gifted and talented students, native Mandarin speakers and students whose mother tongue is Cantonese. Listening: Listen and circle three items as they are called out and listening comprehension (for the listening comprehension, you will need to create your own voice recording as this website won't allow me to upload a sound file) : 狗, 猫,鸟,绵羊,山羊,有,没有 Writing: Write and repeat several times the following vocabulary: 狗, 猫,鸟,有,山羊,绵羊,没有, 一, 二, 两, 三, 四, 五 Writing extension: Write the vocabulary associated with the pictures aided/unaided Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1 (lower level version): Activity 2-1: Animals and Numbers 1-5

Mandarin Chinese Year 1 (lower level version): Activity 2-1: Animals and Numbers 1-5

Unit 2: Animals Activity 2-1: Animals and numbers 1-5 This activity is designed for children in their first year studying Mandarin Chinese Listening: Listen and circle three items as they are called out and listening comprehension (for the listening comprehension, you will need to create your own voice recording as this website won't allow me to upload a sound file) : 狗, 猫,鸟,有,没有 Writing: Write and repeat several times the following vocabulary: 狗, 猫,鸟,有,没有, 一, 二, 两, 三, 四, 五 Writing extension: Write the vocabulary associated with the pictures aided/unaided If there are any students (i.e. Cantonese speaking students, mother-tongue students, gifted and talented) who you deem capable of going beyond this range of vocabulary, there is a differentiated work book available.
KRIS240680
Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Lesson 2-1: Animals, numbers 1-5

Mandarin Chinese Year 1: Lesson 2-1: Animals, numbers 1-5

Unit 2: Animals Lesson 2-1: Animals and numbers 1-5 Vocabulary: 狗 (dog),猫(cat),鸟(bird),没(negative of '有'),有 (to have),只 (measure word for various animals), 一 (1),二 (2),两 (a couple of),三 (3),四 (4),五 (5) (total: 30 words) (total number of characters: 31) Differentiation: 山羊 (goat), 绵羊 (sheep) (total: 32 words) (total number of characters: 46) Objective 1: Recall the three animals studied (five for more able speakers) Objective 2: Recall the numbers from 1-5 in Mandarin Chinese Objective 3: Familiarisation with the distinction between '二' and '两' Objective 4: Awareness of the use of measure words Present each item of vocabulary and the students repeat each item. There are games and exercises which follow. Happy teaching and learning!
KRIS240680
Numbers in Chinese (1-20) (Lower level)

Numbers in Chinese (1-20) (Lower level)

Although learning numbers are relatively easy in Chinese, it doesn't hurt to give your students a fundamental level of teaching and learning. This colouring in booklet gives an extensive range of number puzzles as well as pages and pages of colouring in. The level of this booklet is geared towards students who are becoming acquainted with numbers in Mandarin for the very first time, although the term '两' is not included. It can be introduced at a later stage.
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Numbers in Chinese (1-20) with the special '2' (Higher level)

Numbers in Chinese (1-20) with the special '2' (Higher level)

Although learning numbers are relatively easy in Chinese, it doesn't hurt to give your students a fundamental level of teaching and learning. This colouring in booklet gives an extensive range of number puzzles as well as pages and pages of colouring in. This booklet also provides activities where '两' is exercised. The level of this booklet is geared towards gifted and talented students or students whose native tongue is Cantonese or whether they speak Mandarin at home but cannot read or write in simplified form.
KRIS240680
Numbers: Chinese Mandarin Vocabulary Card Sort

Numbers: Chinese Mandarin Vocabulary Card Sort

This is a card sort to help students learn words for numbers (30 words in total). This resource covers 1-20 and 30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100,1000,1000000. This would be a useful task with younger groups or low ability groups. There are three separate files, depending on how you want to present the task. - The 'teacher copy' shows a grid with all items already matched. - The 'student version' is a random layout, print this out and give to students. They can then cut out the items and match them, or stick them into their workbooks. - The 'quick cut' is designed so that you can produce 10 packs of cards quickly and easily using a guillotine. Each page has the same card 10 times over. This allows you to remove words that may not be suitable or needed. Alternatively you can print the same page twice double-sided to produce flash cards.
ineedtoteachthat
Introduction to Mandarin Chinese

Introduction to Mandarin Chinese

A series of 5 PowerPoint which can be used as an introduction to the language of Mandarin Chinese. Each PowerPoint covers a different area of the Mandarin Chinese language with clear guidance for both children and teacher in terms of pronunciation. Includes words spelled phonetically as a guide. Ideal to use as a part of school club. Initially used for a small group of children from year 3 to year 6 but can be adapted based on needs.
HollywoodR95
Snakes and ladders on dates in Mandarin Chinese

Snakes and ladders on dates in Mandarin Chinese

This game is designed for learners in their first year of learning Mandarin Chinese or it can be used in any language under study when learning dates!! Rules of the game: This game would be ideal for up to six players or two teams of students and played with two dice. 1. Whatever player or team rolls the highest number on the dice can move first. 2. After each player or team moves according to the number shown on the dice must say the date to whatever place they land on, on the board. If they say the date correctly in Chinese, they can move on their next go. If they say the date incorrectly or don't know how to say it, they miss their next turn. 3. If a player or team land on a green square, it is a 'lucky square' and they don't have to say that date. If a player lands on his/her birthday or a member of the team's birthday, they don't have to say the date. 4. If a player or team lands on a ladder, they move down the board accordingly or if they land on a snake, they move up the board accordingly. 5. If a player or a team member rolls a double they can take another go, only provided they say the date correctly. 6. The first player or team to reach the end of the year, wins the game!
KRIS240680
Worksheets_Word Search(Hanzi, Pinyin)&Word Scramble

Worksheets_Word Search(Hanzi, Pinyin)&Word Scramble

- Family Title Hanzi Word Search - Dates&Days of the Week Hanzi Word Search - Basic Hanzi Word Search - Country Pinyin Word Search - Sports Pinyin Word Search - Weather&Season Hanzi Word Search - Weather Word Unscramble & Pinyin Word Search - Holiday Activities Hanzi Word Search - School Facilities & Positions Hanzi Word Search - Colour&My House&Positions Hanzi Word Search
feitiannvh520
Mandarin Chinese - Daily Routine / Telling the time

Mandarin Chinese - Daily Routine / Telling the time

This PowerPoint introduces the key vocabulary and word order rules for discussing the time and daily routines. It also begins to discuss connectives to link together independent sentences for a greater fluency and flow in writing and speaking. As it contains homework tasks and activities for consolidation, it is an all in one lesson.
garetht1
1st lesson of Mandarin Chinese - Basics including greetings and numbers 1-10

1st lesson of Mandarin Chinese - Basics including greetings and numbers 1-10

In this PowerPoint resource you can introduce Chinese to pupils with a snap shot of cultural and geographical points of interest, before exploring the key language of introduction phrases and numbers 1-10. Includes some games and activities such as Connect 3 to consolidate language presented throughout the lesson. Includes activity sheet to allow pupils to start writing basic Mandarin Chinese right away!
garetht1
Scaffolding & Exercise Worksheets For Chinese Beginners

Scaffolding & Exercise Worksheets For Chinese Beginners

Scaffolding &Exercise Worksheets Content included in this bundle:  Greetings你好  Dates & Days of the Week几月几号&星期几  Name 名字  Age 年龄  Grade 年级  Nationality 哪国人  Personal Pronouns 你我她他 Note: I will continue to update and modify this booklet. Please leave comments if there is any improvements you would like to see, I would really appreciate that. Also if you have purchased this bundle and would like a most updated one, feel free to contact me and I am more than happy to share it with you.
feitiannvh520
Numbers1-10 Worksheet

Numbers1-10 Worksheet

Numbers 1-10 1. Chinese characters tracing and colouring worksheet 2. Caterpillar Activity Worksheet 3. Revision Worksheet (Mix and Match) 4. Exercise Worksheet (Circle the right number) 5. Chinese characters practice worksheets 6. Count, write down numbers and colour 7. Word Search Worksheet (Pinyin)
feitiannvh520
numbers 1-10 in Mandarin

numbers 1-10 in Mandarin

numbers 1-10 in Mandarin a PPT flascards and a lesson plan for teaching numbers in Mandarin from 1-10 Best used with this video here: https://youtu.be/YSKUfXb9CZI
iago88
Mandarin Numbers (1-20)

Mandarin Numbers (1-20)

Hi Everyone, Here are some number flashcards, something I made before I came to China. Just a quick flash card to help me remember to numbers, 1 - 20. Included on the cards are; English Number, Pinyin (pronunciation), and Chinese (Simplified - Mandarin) Symbol for each number. I hope you find these as useful as I did! As per my profile, all of my resources are charged at £1 and these funds will be uploaded monthly to my fundraising page. Please see the links/my profile for more information! Thanks for having a look, and I hope to see you again! Jess
Jess-Musician
Addition Worksheet Using Chinese Symbols For Numbers

Addition Worksheet Using Chinese Symbols For Numbers

Add a little bit of interest to addition with this worksheet using Chinese symbols for numbers, ideal for use during the Chinese New Year period. The symbols could be used by pupils to make up their own Chinese sums. Appropriate for Key Stage 1 and older SEN students. Other Chinese New Year Resources Coordinates in The First Quadrant Worksheets Chinese New Year Battleships Team Coordinates Interactive PowerPoint Game Chinese New Year Themed Battleships - Coordinates Partner Game Chinese Take Aways - and Additions! Chinese New Year Maths Resource Chinese New Year Assembly / Lesson Presentation - 77 Slides Chinese New Year Lantern Riddles PowerPoint Quiz - What's orange and sounds like a parrot? Chinese New Year Activity Pack - Word Searches, Crossword, Anagrams, Chinese Riddles, Word Making Chinese New Year Information Sheets and Comprehensions Chinese Proverbs - Thought Provoking PowerPoint and Posters Chinese New Year - Interactive Quiz Thinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Krazikas