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ES2 网上快乐地学习中文

 

 

 

 

ES2的学生们虽然因为疫情而不能去学校上课,但是他们依旧很有激情、很快乐地在家继续上 中文课,学习汉语。

同学们,何老师特别高兴可以在这么特殊的一年与你们相处,有幸地当了你们的老师。希望大家继续努力学习,天天向上!

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ES2-祝老师情人节快乐!

ES2-G4 & G5

二月十四号这一天是情人节,ES2的学生们为何老师和彭老师精心准备了他们亲手制作的贺卡。可爱的同学们在漂亮的贺卡上写下了对老师的祝福,所有人还签上了自己的名字。然后,他们把贺卡作为情人节礼物送给了老师。

老师和同学们一起度过了一个非常难忘的情人节!

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ES2 中文课的流程

今年的ES2有点特殊。我们今年有18位学生,分别是6个五年级的学生和12个四年级的学生。我们也有2位老师。

我们每次上新课都会先教每个字、词的正确发音、笔顺笔画以及它的意思。接着我们就会从字、词扩展到短句、长句,之后就是篇章。学生也会通过不同的课堂活动和练习来提高他们的听说读写的技能。最后就是通过不同的评估方式来考核他们是否掌握了这些基本知识。

我们深信ES2班的学生们这一学期下来中文有了一定的进步。我们期待着第二学期的到来。

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In the Joy of Chinese Learning

ES2-Grade 4&5

Halloween is one of the most special and important events that a lot of people are looking forward to, especially the children. It is a happy day of “Trick or Treat” for the young children and it is the time to dress up in  their own costumes.

For ES2, students practiced spoken Chinese on the following topics:

Numbers、Greetings、Dates、Age、Telephone Numbers and Self-introduction.

Almost all the students of ES2, they are dressed up as a specific character that they want to be on Halloween Day.

The children not only practice their spoken Chinese skills, but also enjoy the day of “Happy Halloween” !

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Interesting Chinese Characters

ES2-Grade 4&5

The Chinese characters constitute one of mankind’s oldest systems of writing, and have the most users in the world.

Students begin to learn how to write Chinese characters step by step.

1.Basic Strokes:“横”、“竖”、“点”、“捺”、“撇”、“竖钩”、“横钩”、“提”、“横折”、“斜钩”、“竖提”、“竖弯钩”、“横折弯钩”.

2.Rules of Writing Chinese Characters:先横后竖、先撇后捺、从上到下、从左到右、先外后里、先外后里再封口、先中间后两边

Students have their own worksheets to practice writing Chinese characters and the worksheets have been arranged in order of difficulty.

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Practice makes perfect

ES2 Mandarin class students welcomed the new school year with some warm-up exercises in all Chinese language skills, i.e. listening, speaking, reading, and writing.  They were able to review and refresh on the basic skills they have learned while building-up on wherever they finished in last year.

The challenge this month is to be able to read any combination of pinyin and tones accurately.  We are confident that we can pronounce any pinyin combination given to us after this month.

Here is a copy of the pinyin chart.

Hoping for a fun and productive school year!

 

 

 

 

 

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