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II - VOCABULAIRE

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A. Les nombres et l'heure (Numbers and telling time)

B. Les salutations (Greetings)

C. Le temps, les jours de la semaine, et les mois de l'année(The weather, the days of the week, and the months of the year)

D. Les personnes (People in general: la famille, les amis, les camarades, les voisins, etc.)

E. Les expressions idiomatiques (Idiomatic expressions)

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Course Description

Students in the 8th grade Mandarin Chinese class continue to develop their ability to communicate about themselves and their immediate environment using more elaborate sentences.This ability in communication is evidenced in three modes—interpersonal, interpretative and presentational—with emphasis on the ability to communicate orally and in writing. Students continue to explore and study the themes of personal and family life, school life, social life, and community life.

Useful Links

Pinyin Practice http://pinyinpractice.com/wangzhi/

Learn to Write Characters ( Animated Stroke Order) http://www.csulb.edu/~txie/azi/page1.htm

Game to Practice Tones http://www.mandarama.com/guest-tour/free+game+demonstration

Stroke Order Animation for Simplified Chinese Characters http://www.archchinese.com/arch_animation.html

Dictionary http://www.zdic.net/zd/jd/zi/ZdicE7Zdic93Zdic9C.htm

 To Annotate Text mandarinspot.com/annotate

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Chinese (6)

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Course Description

Students will explore and study the themes of personal and family life, school life, social life, and community life.The focus of the course is to help students increase their cross-cultural understanding, build a strong foundation in Chinese orthography and phonetics, and develop the ability to initiate and sustain meaningful communication with their peers. The ability to communicate is stressed in three modes—interpersonal, interpretative and presentational, and the emphasis on the performance in verbal and written communication is equally placed. Students are encouraged to discover how language works so that they can start to create with language.   

Useful Links

Pinyin Practice http://pinyinpractice.com/wangzhi/

Practice Numbers http://hua.umf.maine.edu/Chinese/games/numbers/chinese/one.html

Learn to Write Characters (Animated Stroke Order) http://www.csulb.edu/~txie/azi/page1.htm

Dictionary http://www.zdic.net/zd/jd/zi/ZdicE7Zdic93Zdic9C.htm

Stroke Order Animation for Simplified Chinese Characters http://www.archchinese.com/arch_animation.html

Make Flashcards http://www.semanda.com/

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