Chinese Lesson Plans for Secondary Grades 6-12
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A Lesson on Some Funny Words in the Chinese Language Chinese beginners often confuse the usages of these funny words 好笑【hǎoxiào=funny】, 可笑【kěxiào= laughable】, 幽默【yōumò= humor】 and 开玩笑【kāiwánxiào=joke】
Lesson Plan for Teaching Chinese: Comparing Bijiao and Geng The Chinese words 比较【bǐjiào】 and 更【gèng】are used to make comparisons. This lesson plan provides an example on how to teach the differences between the words.
How Chinese Punctuation Differs From Latinized Punctuation Chinese punctuation marks are used to aide the clarity of written language as in English. Here you continue to learn how to write other Chinese punctuation marks that are different from English in shape and usage.
Chinese Lesson Plan for Teaching Can: ‘keyi’ (can, may), ‘neng (can) and ‘hui’ (can) If you are a new teacher, learn step-by-step how to teach the usages of 会 【huì】, 能【néng】and 可以【kěyǐ. Information includes the similarities and differences between them, and the possible answer for 会 【huì】, 可以【kěyǐ】and 能【néng】questions.
Lesson Plan on Words for Thinking in Chinese: Rènwéi, Yiwéi and Juéde The Chinese characters 认为【rènwéi】, 以为【yǐwéi】, and 觉得【juéde】all describe thinking in the Chinese language. This lesson plan goes over the similarities and differences in their use.
Lesson Plan: The Difference Between Chinese Adverbs 'Cái' and 'Jiù' The usages of Chinese adverbs 才【cái】and 就【jiù】often confuse the Chinese beginners or foreigners when learning Mandarin Chinese grammar. If you are a new teacher, here step-by-step lesson plans for teaching mandarin: how-to teach the differences between them.
Mandarin Chinese Lesson Plan on the Conjunction "Or": The Difference Between ‘Háishì’ and ‘Huòzhe' The usages of Chinese grammar conjunctions 还是 and 或者【háishì and huòzhě】often confuse beginners while taking Chinese lesson. If you are new to teaching Mandarin Chinese, here is a step-by-step lesson plan to teach the difference between them.
Mandarin Chinese Lesson Plan: The Difference Between ‘Dài’ (bring),‘Ná’ (hold) and ‘Qu’ (pickup) The usages of 带【dài】 (bring/take), 拿【ná】(hold/bring) and 取【qǔ】(pickup/take) often confuse beginners. If you are new to teaching Chinese, here is a step-by-step lesson plan to teach the difference between them.
Learning Chinese: Eating at a Restaurant You can turn the experience of eating out at a Chinese restaurant into a language learning one. Here are some Chinese language phrases to use on the occasion. This article includes a list of Chinese vocabulary and phrases that can be downloaded for reference.
Chinese Language Lesson: The Differences Between 'Dou' and 'Suoyou' The Chinese words 都【dōu=all】and 所有【suǒyǒu=all】 are used to express different meanings of the English word "all". This lesson explains the ways the two words are used in Chinese.
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