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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 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